Semenyih folk hope by-election winner will help raise their quality of life

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  • Thursday, 21 Feb 2019

Popular snack: Muhammad Aiman choosing some yu tiao during the walkabout at the Beranang morning market.

SEMENYIH: Temperatures are rising in Semenyih and it’s not only because of the hot weather.

The quiet town, which is home to the hikers’ paradise of Bukit Broga and the Malaysian campus of the University of Nottingham, is being contested by no less than four people in a by-election on March 2.

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