Recent and archived articles by Edward Rajendra
CHINESE New Year, celebrated on February 5, ushered in the Year of the Earth Pig, is believed to be an auspicious time for businesses, investment, friendships and love.
KLANG Municipal Council’s (MPK) move in installing metal utility boxes on lamp posts to deter vandals has proven to be an effective deterrent.
DRAINS in the Taman Chi Liung commercial area in Klang are filled with thick silt.
COUNCILLOR Mohd Kassim Packiry wants three departments in the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) to conduct ground inspections to ensure that public drains outside shops in commercial areas are not covered.
HOMEOWNERS must inform the police of planned renovations two weeks prior to starting work if they want to prevent thugs from demanding protection fees.
MOTORISTS are reminded to keep their hands off their mobile phones while driving home for Chinese New Year.
SIX months after being appointed as councillor, Wan Anwar Wan Ibrahim has resigned from the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) because his plans are to go full time as the special officer to the Dewan Rakyat Speaker.
DRIVING in Klang is turning into a nerve-racking experience as motorists dodge potholes and manoeuvre past poorly resurfaced roads that cause damage to tyres and rims.
VACANT, vandalised and ramshackle. That describes an unoccupied terrace house at Taman Bukit Rawang Jaya in a nutshell. Left empty for about seven-years now, the house is a nuisance to its immediate neighbours.
PORT KLANG: Another five unlicensed recycling factories, whose operations had caused plastic waste to pollute drainage and rivers, have been shut down.