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Throwing the spotlight on local furniture

MALAYSIA produces renowned quality furniture and yet, some Malaysians are less than willing to buy locally made products and prefer to spend their money on “fast” furniture, according to the KL & Selangor Furniture Association (KSFA).

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KL candidates focus on task at hand in outlining strategies

THEY may have only just received official confirmation but these Federal Territory Barisan Nasional candidates are hitting the ground running to mobilise their election machineries.

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Residents up in arms over illegal dumpsite

RESIDENTS of Kinrara Mas Apartment in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, say the unbearable stench and pollution from an illegal dumpsite on a neighbouring piece of land have drastically affected their lives.

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Delving into murky waters

RESIDENTS living in Andes Condo Villa and Mutiara Bukit Jalil near the Kampung Bohol flood retention pond in Kuala Lumpur are joining forces to put a stop to an illegal sand washing activity taking place near their homes.


Court allows suit challenging DBKL parking appointment

High Court gives go-ahead for Seputeh MP and FT Consumer Association president to challenge City Hall's decision to appoint rather than call for quotation or tender process for the management of city parking.


Differing views on axed KL draft plan

MIXED reactions were received on the Government’s decision to scrap the draft Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2020 (DKLCP2020) from both sides of the political divide with Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar planning to file an emergency motion in Parliament next week.


Dialogue ‘too late to do any good’

KUALA Lumpur MPs at the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) draft budget dialogue lamented that once again discussions were held too late to do any good.


Kuala Lumpur MPs call for moratorium on DBKL’s parking rate increase

SEVERAL Kuala Lumpur MPs are against the decision by Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) to increase parking rates in the city.