April 14, 2017

Just a Causeway Away from a Five Figure Salary

With the recent performance of the Malaysian Ringgit, it has become an apparent choice for Malaysian graduates to opt for employment in Singapore. The gap in pay difference after the exchange rate is lucrative and with the ever-rising cost of living here might be the final push for many. The 2016 Graduate Employment Survey Results released by Singapore’s Ministry of Education indicated that a top engineering graduate earns an average

World’s Premier Summer Football Tournament comes to SEA 1

Relevent Sports and Catalyst Media Group (CMG) announced the expansion of the 2017 International Champions Cup (ICC) into Southeast Asia. Singapore will be the third country to host the tournament in Asia-Pacific and will be the only country in Southeast Asia to host a leg of the prestigious annual tournament for the next four years (2017 – 2020). The ICC is the world’s premier summer football tournament and brings the

MBJB allocates RM12 million for the maintenance of trees

Johor Bahru City Council (MBJB) will continue to take stern action against developers and contractors in the city who fail to comply with the safety and cleanliness aspects in construction sites. The Mayor of Johor Bahru, A. Rahim Nin said the actions of few developers and contractors who ignored the two important aspects, has raised concern from the public. “The usual offences includes road debris due to heavy vehicles coming

Skill development hub for local workers

The National Transformation Policy 2050 (TN50) engineered by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak should be the common aspiration for all the people of the new Malaysia, said Menteri Besar Johor, Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin. “TN50 must be developed and translated in a way that engages the collective spirit of Malaysia.” “In this 21st century, the development plan drawn up unilaterally by the government alone is irrelevant… if still