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Still going nowhere with sustainable development

Politicians love mouthing it, government officials try to implement it and environmentalists want more action on it. We are talking about the environmental buzzword - sustainable development.


Institution goes to great lengths for joggers

JOGGERS and park users can now benefit from distance markers placed along the jogging trails in Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur.


Ladies day out in Putrajaya

The extended lunch hour on Fridays is a boon for many women who need the prolonged break to run errands, shop for groceries and even squeeze in some window-shopping.


Firms have until June 30 to get permits for telecommunication towers

TELECOMMUNICATION companies have until June 30 to obtain permits for telecommunication towers that they had put up illegally, I>Kosmo/Ireported.


Many telco transmitters are illegal

Most of the 1,300 telecommunication transmission towers in the Federal Territory are illegal and the authorities will act on the matter soon, Federal Territories Ministry parliamentary secretary Yew Teong Look said.


High-powered panel to boost KL as tourism venue

A high-powered committee to promote Kuala Lumpur as a tourism venue will be set up jointly by the Tourism Ministry and the Federal Territories Ministry.


Shaid’s status as mayor unclear

It is still unclear whether Datuk Mohmad Shaid Mohd Taufek will be given an extension as the Kuala Lumpur City Hall Mayor as his present contract expires today.


Inspired by purity of the lotus

THE exquisiteness of the lotus flower, an Asian water lily, beguiles many as it habitually grows in ponds, giving an inexpressible beauty to the ponds where they flourish.


Urban transport to be centralised

The public transportation system in the Klang Valley is set to improve within the next three years with the setting up of the Urban Transportation Authority, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy said.


Guidelines to protect hilly land, says Adenan

Guidelines on highland development, now being amended to include aspects of soil tests and rock formation studies, are meant to stop indiscriminate development.