KUALA LUMPUR: THE sale of land under the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will be done through open tenders in future, says Khalid Samad.
BARELY nine months ago, businessman Michael Quah weighed a hefty 120kg. But now he is 87kg – down by a whopping 33kg.
KLUANG: Kluang Rail Coffee Sdn Bhd has denied allegations that two customers have died due to leptospirosis (rat urine disease) after eating at theoutlet, as viralled on social media.
LAWBREAKERS will find it more challenging to dump construction waste or domestic rubbish, thanks to efforts of the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) Red Beret task force.
AMBANG Botanic 1 residents are hoping for a respite from the decade-long sewage issue plaguing their neighbourhood in Klang.
KUALA LUMPUR: After messages attributed to Kepong Umno circulated on Facebook and WhatApp calling for a gathering at 2pm on Friday (Oct 19) to protest an 'Oktoberfest' event in Kepong, the police and press turned up and waited.
IT didn’t take long for Kuching’s newest attraction to court controversy.
IT IS more cost-effective to upgrade the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport than building a new one, said Perak Investment, Industry and Regional Development Committee chairman Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin.
UNLICENSED foot massage centres in Rawang are offering “happy ending” oil massages and it has become a bane for Selayang Municipal Council (MPS).
IT takes as little as two drinks to exceed the legal blood alcohol content (BAC) limit of 0.08% in Malaysia.