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THE construction of a flyover in Bandar Saujana Putra, Kuala Langat, is expected to be completed by the middle of next year after numerous delays.
THE Graduates Statistics 2020 has recorded a steep increase of 22.5% in the number of unemployed graduates in Malaysia since the pandemic started.
THE success of Johor Budget 2022 will depend on the commitment, accountability and transparency of the state civil servants in implementing its initiatives, says Bekok assemblyman Dr S. Ramakrishnan (pic).He said to this end, the state government should present a report outlining the impact and results of the initiatives set out under the recently passed Budget 2022, before tabling of the next budget.
THE RM39.7mil Kempas Inter-change road upgrading project is expected to solve road users’ traffic congestion woes once completed next year.
THE Federation of Anxi Associations Malaysia has donated 40,000 sets of personal protective equipment (PPE) to Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Hospital.
SELANGOR residents who are either victims of domestic violence or know of a neighbour or friend who is exposed to such abuse will now have the new SELamat 24-hour helpline to call for help.
Pengerang Municipal Council (MPP) plans to complete 11 public infrastructure projects under the Housing and Local Government Ministry this year.
THE delay in the construction of telecommunications towers to improve Internet coverage in Johor has been partly due to the change in government, says a state executive council member.
IT will take between seven and 10 days to complete repair works on a sinkhole in Jalan Awan Jawa in Taman Yarl, Kuala Lumpur, that appeared last Friday.
THE education sector and human capital empowerment are among the areas the state government plans to give priority for the Johor Budget 2022, which will be tabled soon.