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FIFTY schools from the Federal Territories will receive financial aid totalling RM1.5mil from Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan (YWP).
LOOKING to surprise your date with a romantic dinner by the pool in a private gazebo or enjoy barbecue selections at the buffet line?
THE popular charity durian fest Jom Durian is back for its 12th installation.
A GROUP of night market traders are upset with Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) for terminating their licences following their protest against a new management system that required them to pay an additional fee.
CENTRES for senior citizens should organise activities that are inclusive to ensure no member feels left out, says Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Hannah Yeoh.
SUBANG JAYA: Factories that have large stockpiles of ammonia and are located near residential areas will be ordered to relocate, says Selangor Environment, Green Technology and Consumer Affairs committee chairman Hee Loy Sian.
Gardening and upcycling were among the green initiatives introduced to early childhood educators at the Green Initiative for Taska and Tadika (GIFT) workshop.
AFTER a five-year wait, Subang Jaya is one step closer to becoming a city. This follows the green light from the Selangor government for the municipality to be upgraded to a city council.
VISITORS to the upcoming Star Supa Comic 2019 can look forward to grilled tako (octopus) balls by Gindaco during the event.
ANIME, comic and games (ACG) fans can look forward to a night concert, appearances by veteran cosplayers, eSports and other exciting activities at the second Star Supa Comic this month.