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(middle) Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Datuk Seri Hasan Malek signing to the plaque at the launch of Tescos 51st outlet at the IOI City Mall in Putrajaya, looking on are Tesco chairman Datuk Seri Mohamed Abid (right) and Tesco Malaysia director of government relations and corporate affairs Datuk Azlam Shah Alias.

Three tenants of new Putrajaya mall begin ops with celebrations

22 November 2014

IT WAS a momentus morning for three tenants in IOI City Mall as they opened their stores to the public simultaneously, with traditional performances and treats for their customers.

Extensive research: Kuka (left) and Stipsic spent almost a month gathering the information and material they needed for the impact analysis and feature film on the NGO SOLS 24/7, whose core activity is Project 100 which provides free English classes.

Duo working on short film to highlight NGO’s efforts for community development

22 November 2014

IT HAS been a long journey, 2,650km to be exact, for “voluntourists” Jasmina Kuka and Victor Stipsic, who found satisfaction and gained insights into the effects of grassroots development works.

Bracing for the battle: (Front row, from right) Idzawi, Fernandez, Ahmad Phesal and Awie with some of the participants of the Raja Band Kuala Lumpur 2014 competition.

An inspiring plan for hangout spot

22 November 2014

In an inspired move, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) hopes to revitalise Dataran Medan Pasar in Jalan Tun Tan Siew Sin by hosting cultural and musical activities at the venue.

The view of the new fibre pole floodlights that was installed at the recreational area in Jalan SS19/5 Subang Jaya to brighten up the area.

Assemblyman uses her allocation to instal floodlights in parks

22 November 2014

SEVEN recreational areas in Subang Jaya have been equipped with floodlights to prevent crime for a total cost of RM136,494.

Exciting start to the holidays for children

22 November 2014

THE Kuala Lumpur Kids Festival, touted as the biggest of its kind, is set to take place from Dec 5 to 7, to educate, entertain and inspire children to live up to their full potential through a series of activities, performances and workshops.

PPj recently signed a contract with CMS Consortium Sdn Bhd for a fleet of 12 electric vehicles, which include two units of Renault Zoe and 10 units of Renault Twizy, for the soon to be launched Ecorideputrajaya

Tourists can whiz around Putrajaya in electric vehicles

22 November 2014

ELECTRIC vehicles (EV) will soon make their debut in Putrajaya with the launch of Ecoride — Putrajaya Corp’s (PPj) latest car rental service catering to local and foreign tourists.

Happy occasion: BSN senior vice-president and Strategic Communications head Puspa Marina Omar (fourth from right) holding one of the five awards won by BSN during the MEA 2014.

Bank wins five awards for debit card campaign

22 November 2014

BANK Simpanan Nasional (BSN) won five awards in the Marketing Excellence Awards 2014 (MEA 2014) held recently at The Westin, Kuala Lumpur.

Ramp and pedestrian crossing for the disabled. MBPJ councillor Sia Siew Chin hopes there will be more ramps put up in the area to make it accessible to all.

Travel mart for disabled tourists

22 November 2014

TRAVEL agencies with options for disabled tourists have been urged to take part in the Travel Mart Exhibition that will be held from Dec 4 to 6 at the Petaling Jaya City Council’s (MBPJ) Civic Centre.

Prasarana’s Safety Patrol Unit teams work 20 hours a day, on two 10-hour shifts. They are also on-call 24 hours.

Officers monitor work along LRT extension to ensure public safety

22 November 2014

HAVE you ever seen a silver vehicle with yellow-and- orange stripes bearing the Prasarana Malaysia Bhd (Prasarana) logo?

Huen: s Malaysia’s low cost of living as one of the many reasons for staying here

American finds serenity in Malaysia’s spacious environment

22 November 2014

FOR Gary Huen, being in Malaysia is like a breath of fresh air after having lived in Hong Kong for almost four years.

For safety: The pedestrian path along USJ 12/2C provides a safe route for students who before this had to walk on the main road, Persiaran Tujuan.

New walkway in USJ improves safety along Persiaran Tujuan

22 November 2014

THE completed walkway outside SMK USJ 12 goes a long way to ease the minds of parents with children attending the school.

Temporary solution: Rosli says each repair job is monitored by technicians and engineers from the Engineering Department to ensure the work is carried out according to specifications.

MPSJ fixes potholes

22 November 2014

THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has completed its two-week initiative called Ops Tampal to ensure that the municipality is pothole-free.

Some of the hawkers stall tents were covered with birds droppings

Residents hope DBKL will create hawker centre to end dangerous situation

22 November 2014

SRI Petaling residents are unhappy about the numerous hawker stalls opening by the roadside as they pose a danger to motorists and pedestrians.

The vacant shops before they were dismantled by the council.

Traders in Rawang relocated to new site

22 November 2014

MORE than 20 shops in Rawang town, including those in Jalan Taiping, will be relocated to a new site in Taman Bersatu.

MBPJ to discuss with landowners slope-clearing and erosion issues

22 November 2014

THE Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) is scheduled to meet Bukit Gasing landowners to discuss slope-clearing and erosion issues next month.

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