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BUKIT Bintang Central Environ-mental Committee (BBCEC) members woke up early on a Saturday to take part in a massive gotong-royong exercise.
DESA Home, a company that specialises in home entertainment systems, opened its newest store at One City in Subang Jaya with great fanfare.
Local councils and state governments are doing their part to develop smart cities, and build a better nation.
THE eDrive app has received positive reviews since it was introduced and is a useful tool for Kuala Lumpur city folk, said the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL).
SIXTY is an important number for Malaysia this month, more so for The Federal Kuala Lumpur as the hotel celebrates 60 glorious years of providing warm friendly Malaysian hospitality.
KUALA Lumpur mayor Datuk Seri Mohd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz has hit out at certain quarters for misleading statements on Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) state-of-the-art traffic surveillance system, Itis (Integrated Transport Information System) and its latest app – eDrive.
THE year was 1957, three days before independence was declared in Malaya, when The Federal Kuala Lumpur officially opened its doors to the public.
Illicit streaming, downloads and hardware are not just illegal, they are also harmful to consumers.
SQUEALS of laughter filled the air as overjoyed children immersed themselves in fun-filled activities at a fast food restaurant in Plaza Low Yat, Kuala Lumpur.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is currently testing its new app linked to the Integrated Transportation Information System (Itis) system for road users to check on traffic and plan their journey accordingly.