Monday, October 25, 2021

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Defence denies Zahid committed criminal breach of trust

His lawyer refutes the prosecution's claim that Yayasan Akalbudi funds were embezzled for the purchase of a hotel in Bali.

Zahid keluarkan RM17.9 juta dana yayasan kebajikan bantu anak perempuannya beli hotel di Bali

Timbalan pendakwa raya berkata Nurulhidayah berminat untuk mengambil alih saham Ri-Yaz Asset Sdn Bhd dan menguruskan hotel tersebut.

Trump Organization near deal to sell Washington hotel, report says

A report released last week by a congressional committee said the hotel lost more than US$70 million between its 2016 opening and last year.

At least 8 dead in hotel collapse in China’s Suzhou

Building collapses are common in China, often due to lax construction standards or corrupt officials responsible for building standards.

Industri pelancongan Sarawak terdesak untuk segera capai imuniti kelompok

Pemimpin industri berkata ia adalah langkah utama bagi membolehkan pelancong datang kembali ke negeri itu.

Kerajaan, pemain industri perlu bantu pelancongan domestik

Meningkatkan kualiti lojistik dan infrastruktur komunikasi dalam sektor pelancongan sangat penting, terutama di Sabah dan Sarawak, kata pakar.

Five-star hotel in Kuching turns to street food as Covid measures bite

Pullman Kuching is serving up traditional hawker fare for just RM8 per plate.

Selepas PKP 2.0, masa depan industri pelancongan bertambah gelap

Penutupan hotel secara tidak langsung menjejaskan ramai pihak yang berusaha mencari pendapatan bagi meneruskan hidup.

Isa Samad sentenced to 6 years’ jail, RM15 million fine

This follows his guilty verdict for nine counts of corruption involving RM3 million.

Nasib Isa Samad Rabu ini

Isa Samad menghadapi sembilan pertuduhan rasuah berjumlah RM3 juta berkaitan pembelian Merdeka Palace Hotel & Suites (MPHS) di Kuching, Sarawak.

‘PKP 2’ mungkin bunuh lebih banyak perniagaan

Perniagaan yang berjaya bangkit semula khuatir mereka gulung tikar jika PKP2 dilaksanakan.

Still standing, businesses fear death knell of ‘MCO 2’ amid spike in Covid-19

Businesses which have managed to recoup some of their losses fear that a second MCO would bury them.

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