Recent and archived articles by Sheila Sri Priya
LAST week, we celebrated the achievements of women across the board in society and recognised their contributions economically and culturally.
THE prolonged water disruption has led to calls for a royal task force to be set up for a permanent solution to the issue.
SOCIAL enterprises enabled four women to pursue their noble causes while they managed financially with the income generated through their projects.
Klang Valley residents are so used to water cuts in the past that they have stocked up enough water and kept less important tasks for later.
BUILDING owners play the biggest role in preventing fire at their premises, said Institution of Fire Engineers (UK) Malaysia branch vice-president Tay Hao Giang.
PETALING Jaya City Council (MBPJ) will restore the two-way traffic direction for right-hand drive cars along Lorong Utara B, Section 52, Petaling Jaya, the council’s assistant corporate communications director Abdul Hakim Khiruddin said.
PJ folk want MBPJ to justify approval of high-rise projects in areas without adequate public amenities.
MALAYSIA is in the midst of phasing out the use of harmful greenhouse gases classified under fluorocarbons (F-Gas) by 2040.
PETALING Jaya residents want the guidelines for transit-oriented developments (TOD) to be displayed to the public.
THERE is an auspicious meaning behind each ingredient on the Chinese New Year yee sang platter, which is usually uttered by the wait staff who readies the dish.