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TV host apologises for topless ad

A TV presenter issued a public apology after posing topless with two other women in hospital advertisements for women's health, the I>Beijing News/Isaid yesterday.


Billboards, damage increasing

PILING works for a billboard caused damage to underground telephone cables in Section 10 Petaling Jaya late on Friday, causing Section 10 and parts of Section 5 to be without telephone service over the weekend.


Residents: It is our money, not MPPJ’s

It was a short, curt nod and a handshake from Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) president Datuk Ahmad Termizi Puteh when the All Petaling Jaya Pro Action Committee (APPAC) pro tem committee chairman Edward Lee handed over a memorandum yesterday.


Anti-liberal US writer calls 9/11 widows "witches"

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Conservative author Ann Coulter sparked a storm on Wednesday after describing a group of Sept. 11 widows who backed the Democratic Party as millionaire


Residents to take MPPJ to task soon

The all Petaling Jaya Pro-Action Committee (APPAC) will present the Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) with a memorandum tomorrow morning. In it is a demand for answers on several issues, including the privatisation of billboards and the council's detailed accounts.


Billboard issue hogs MPPJ meeting

B>M/B>AJOR issues debated at the Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) full board meeting on Thursday had a consistent theme - they all stemmed from newspaper reports.


Mid-June deadline for unlicensed billboards

ADVERTISING companies with outdoorbillboards in the Subang Jaya municipalityhave until the middle of thismonth to apply for licences or havetheir advertisements taken down.


Ops to nab errant advertisers

ONLY 14 of the 91 billboards erected on the highways to KLIA have advertising licences


Catching football craze through ads

Football-illustrated messages are making their presence felt around the Klang Valley as we come closer to the most-celebrated global football event scheduled to begin on June 9 in Germany.