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Malaysia’s VEP enforcement will be delayed until next year due to technical issues: Transport Minister Anthony Loke
The VEP will first be implemented at the Johor Baru checkpoint before being extended to Tuas, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
Malaysia wants to spend RM5 million to study the possibility of building a third bridge with Singapore
The 9-month study will look into the necessity of a third bridge to alleviate congestion on the Causeway, as well as possible locations for it.
Malaysia’s MyDebit ATM cards can be used to make payments at 500 acceptance points in Singapore.
Malaysia’s Natural Resources Minister says Singapore is buying water at an ‘unreasonable’ rate that is ‘too cheap’
The revision is needed to address water supply in Johor, and to combat climate change issues, which would influence the availability of water, he said.
Singapore says it is not obliged to accept the changes, but will keep an open mind.
Mahathir says Singapore refuses to build new bridge although Malaysia ‘willing to sacrifice’ for it to ‘buy cheap water’
“You just see, we are willing to sacrifice money to support Singapore so that they can buy cheap water for themselves but when we want to build a bridge to solve traffic problem, they refuse to have the bridge...I don’t know why," he said.
Prime Minister Dr Tun Mahathir Mohamad will make an announcement on the RTS Link at 3pm today (Oct 31), Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke said.
Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines plan to code-share on more routes, including Europe and South Africa
The agreement will also include SilkAir and Scoot, as well as Firefly.
‘I am much indebted to you’: Lee Kuan Yew thanked Malaysia’s current Queen for years of ‘supplying’ sambal belacan
"Can my family have a few more?"Lee Kuan Yew wrote to Malaysia's Queen after she sent some of her delicious sambal belacan.
Malaysians triggered after being left out of top 50 street foods ranking – which put Singapore at #1
Malaysians are saying that there is "something very wrong" with the list, which is based on a survey of 92,000 business travellers.