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Man’s success story goes up in flames

A MOTORCYCLE repair and spare parts shop owner, who was featured in a local newspaper for his success story, suffered about RM100,000 in damages after a fire razed his shop, Tamil dailies reported.

Melcat members learning the ropes in Selangor

MEMBERS of the Melaka Select Committee on Competency, Accountability and Transparency (Melcat) visited the Selangor State Secretariat in Shah Alam to learn to operate its new select committee.

Puchong MP succeeds Tony Pua who was dumped by grassroots members

PETALING JAYA: Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo is the new Selangor DAP chairman after the state party elections were held here.

Gobind replaces Pua as new Selangor DAP chairman

PETALING JAYA: Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo is the new Selangor DAP chairman.

Tony Pua booted out in Selangor DAP polls

PETALING JAYA: Outgoing Selangor DAP chairman Tony Pua has been ousted from the state DAP committee, which held its party election on Sunday (Dec 9).

Licences renewed despite not adhering to guidelines

KUALA Langat District Council’s move to renew the operation licences of two reflexology centres located close to a place of worship and violating guidelines has people raising questions.

State govt to review laws regarding illegal rubbish dumping

SELANGOR government will study all laws pertaining to illegal dumpsites to eradicate the problem of rubbish dumping.

Banting rep says free Selangorku bus needed by schoolkids in two villages

BANTING assemblyman Lau Weng San urged the state government to look into extending the free Selangorku bus services to Kampung Baru Sungai Jarom and Kampung Jenjarom in Kuala Langat.

Little iron lady

The petite Kampung Tunku rep may come across as gentle and soft-spoken, but she is formidable indeed.

'Vote a Local' slogan ruffles feathers in Banting

The slogan adopted by Barisan Nasional candidate Ng Siok Hwa gets on the nerves of her DAP opponent, who says it's divisive and meaningless.