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A RESIDENTS association in Kuala Lumpur is going the extra mile to ensure that those living in its low-cost housing area affected financially by the Covid-19 pandemic receive much-needed help.
ALTHOUGH the Chinese New Year celebration will be different this year, it will definitely trigger the instinct of belonging and value of love among family members even though many cannot get together due to the Covid-19 pandemic, said Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
JOHOR is one of the most developed states in Malaysia, but its waterways bear the brunt of development as the highest number of polluted rivers in the peninsula are found here.
Malls in Klang Valley bring festive cheer with golden bull, pinwheels and calligraphy
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.
SOME 60% of roads in Selangor are “expired” and many are structurally damaged, causing issues such as potholes and cracks to be a never-ending problem.
CROWDED and cramped living conditions at workers’ dormitories were the main offences the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) Health Department noted in Klang and Port Klang.
NBCT aiming to play bigger international role after achieving free trade zone status.