Recent and archived articles by Elan Perumal
FIVE years after their low-cost flats were declared unsafe by Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang), tent-dwellers from Taman Permata in Dengkil saw a solution to their housing issue.
THE Kuala Selangor District Council (MDKS) is confident its ambition to become a municipality will be realised soon.
Citycism - Elan PerumalTHOUSANDS of people, especially those from Klang, were left feeling cheated when the LRT3 project that was originally scheduled to be completed in 2020, was postponed to 2024.
FLOUR milling is a dying trade, but M. Murali from Klang is not looking back after he bought the business from the previous owner who has since passed away.
THE public needs to play a bigger role to enable the Government to take recycling efforts to the next level.
LIVERPOOL fans were treated to a fun time at the launch of the Liverpool FC cashback credit and debit card.
SOME 25 people from Carey Island in Kuala Langat are still waiting for an answer over their agricultural land application which they first made in 1998.
THE Kuala Selangor District Council seized several trucks, including compactors, for illegally disposing waste at vacant plots of land in Kampung Seri Sentosa, Kuala Selangor.
KLANG’S Little India received an added boost with the presence of more than 50 bikers who paraded their machines in the middle of Jalan Tengku Kelana for Deepavali.
PORT Klang town’s old glory will be given a boost with two giant-sized murals depicting life in the town.