Recent and archived articles by Shalini Ravindran
A REFRIGERATOR is not a just a refrigerator anymore - just as consumers these days expect more from a simple home appliance.
A GROUP of residents have voiced out their protest against a hillslope project in Ampang, which they said went against existing development and planning guidelines.
A CONTRACTOR for a slope strengthening and stabilisation project in Taman Ukay Heights, Ampang was issued a stop-work order following concerns highlighted by nearby residents.
FOR almost two decades, K. Anakili, 34, and her family have struggled to own a home after their unit at a medium and low-cost flats at Bukit Rimau Indah, Section 32, Shah Alam, was declared an abandoned project.
CONCERNED over possible abuse of power and corruption, Cheras MP Tan Kok Wai and several residents of Taman Midah have lodged a report with the Malay-sian Anti-Corruption Com-mission (MACC) over approvals given to a controversial project near the Taman Midah roundabout in Jalan Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.
THE Selangor government is hoping to set up more Urban Transformation Centres (UTC) in the state to provide the public with key government and private sector services under one roof.
HISTORICAL buildings and lanes in Kuala Lumpur will be restored and beautified with 2,500 litres of Jotashield Antifade Colours from Jotun.
WHILE some homeowners may have trepidation that the prices of home furnishings are up with the Sales and Service Tax (SST) now in place, they can rest assured that great deals at the Perfect Livin ‘18 home expo will continue, thanks to exhibitors who are absorbing the tax.
EVERY day, residents of People’s Housing Projects (PPR) Intan Baiduri in Kepong struggle to find a parking spot while a multi-million carpark building in their midst remains inaccessible.
A CARNIVAL-like atmosphere greeted visitors to the launch of the national Unesco Day celebrations at Sultan Azlan Shah roundabout in Ipoh.