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Vincent Tan

vincent.tan@thestar.com.my

Recent and archived articles by Vincent Tan

Creating 24 clean zones in PJ

18 January 2017

Mentari Business Park picked as first 'Zon Bersih @ Niaga' – a move to improve cleanliness in business areas

In defence of the kapchai

17 January 2017

THE idea of banning the kapchai (underbone motorcycles) from going into Kuala Lumpur, a possibility being considered by the Federal Territories Ministry, has not gone down well with local businesses and riders alike.

Selangor plans to reduce wasted treated water

12 January 2017

WITH non-revenue water (NRW) losses costing up to RM400mil a year, the Selangor government is finally putting in place its plan to cut down the total losses in treated water from 35% presently to 25% by 2025.

PJ's free bin programme kicks off Jan 8

7 January 2017

LANDED residential and kampung areas will be given priority in a new wastebin distribution scheme being carried out by Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) from Jan 8 onwards.

Developer meets requirements set by MBPJ

5 January 2017

THE Conlay Group, the developer of a project under construction at Section 17’s old market, said it had complied with all the conditions set by the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ), and that the stop-work order issued against it on Dec 24 had been lifted.

More education needed on ban

3 January 2017

PETALING JAYA: Selangor’s ban on plastic bags is just into its second day and it is clear there needs to be more education on the policy.

New certification among MPS‘ targets for 2017

29 December 2016

SELAYANG Municipal Council’s final fullboard meeting for 2016 saw council president Suliman Abd Rahman outlining the achievements and targets for the council in 2017.

An achievement as natural as sleep

29 December 2016

BEDDING manufacturer Lee Swee Kiat Group Bhd (LSK) has been listed in the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) as the largest natural bedding manufacturer in the country.

Christmas cheer for special needs kids

28 December 2016

FIFTEEN special needs children had an early Christmas celebration when they were invited to meet Miss Tourism International contestants for some fun activities.

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