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IF you find yourself calling Lee Peng Chee, you are likely in musical trouble.
CYCLISTS have been put in the spotlight over the last few months following an increase in their numbers since the movement control order started.
PUTRAJAYA may become the city of choice for cyclists if the Federal Territories Ministry’s plan to convert under-utilised motorcycle lanes into bicycle lanes materialises.
VENTURING into videography proved to be fruitful for freelance photographer Sherwynd Rylan Kessler, who won first prize in the Batu Maung Photography and Videography Competition 2020 in Penang.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is carrying out a feasibility study to determine if electric scooters can be allowed to continue operating in the city.
KL Eco City visitors and tenants can now have a seamless navigation within the transit-oriented development.
THE Iskandar Puteri City Council’s (MBIP) Penyayang Foundation has allocated more than half a million in funds to assist underprivileged students in areas in its jurisdiction.
IF historical value takes priority over the safety, comfort and efficiency of public transport, then consider the history of the Penang Hill funicular railway and this may add a perspective on the latest changes in the Penang ferry service.
Trips via fast boats from tomorrow until terminal upgrade ready in mid-2022.