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FOR years, residents of the Kempas area in Johor Baru were unaware of the illegal dumping of waste taking place behind their backyard.
Four residents associations in Petaling Jaya are helping to improve their quality of life by carrying out creative projects that highlight the importance of recycling, urban gardens and composting.
MALAYSIA Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) Langkawi branch has donated chairs and tables worth RM25,000 to Hospital Sultanah Maliha on the holiday island in Kedah.
TEN “pasar pagi” (morning markets) in Klang will be opening from Monday (Feb 1) under strict standard operating procedures (SOP) since being ordered to shut at the start of the current movement control order.
Hotels and restaurants break with tradition to provide takeaway and delivery options for reunion meals.
PETRONAS Foundation and Southern Region Petronas have channelled RM35,000 worth of basic supplies and refurbishment goods to assist about 1,600 flood victims in Johor Baru.
SHOPPERS in Penang are disappointed with the low quality of plastic bags given out at supermarkets despite them forking out RM1 per bag.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is taking a multi-prong approach to solving the pothole problem on city roads. One of it is requiring utility companies to quickly and satisfactorily fix potholes that result from their road digging work.
USING recycled items as props, a team of staff members from Penang Island City Council (MBPP) decorated the street in front of City Hall in George Town for the Chinese New Year festive season.