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Ipoh property prompts interest

Ipoh is famed for many things. Flat rice noodles, Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh, verdant limestone mastiffs, and its rich mining past, among other things.

Weather hampers search for two teens

KUALA TERENGGANU: Search and rescue operations for two teenagers who are feared drowned in separate cases in Terengganu have been hampered by bad weather conditions.

City Hall departments managing Kuala Lumpur

THERE are four sectors, with 21 departments and three units, with a workforce comprising about 10,000 people.

Protecting the forest is our job, says Forestry D-G

PENINSULAR Malaysia Forestry Department director-general Datuk Dr Abd Rahman Abd Rahim stressed that the department was not there to restrict access to the forests but to control and monitor instead.

Slow weekend for leagues

ONLY one of four FA of Penang’s Division One clashes was played while the rest were postponed as many players and officials opted to watch the Asian Football Federation (AFF) Cup final between Malaysia and Thailand.

Another two villages join KiTa for the setting up of Tabung Ehsan

SANDAKAN: Two more villages along Sabah’s Kinabatangan River inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Kinabatangan-Corridor of Life Tourism Operators Association (KiTA) for the setting up of Tabung Ehsan.

MBSA tree-pruning schedule to be made public

THE Shah Alam City Council will disseminate information on tree-pruning schedules for the public to keep track of the services.

Sombre New Year's eve celebration for some

KUALA LUMPUR: While New Year’s eve may be observed with merrymaking and gaiety, others prefer a more sombre and tempered ap­­proach for the occasion.

JPJ deploys 1,800 officers for CNY

TAPAH: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has deployed 1,800 officers and other personnel at 128 locations nationwide to improve road safety in conjunction with the Chinese New Year (CNY) celebration.

Restrictions and road closures due to construction works

KUALA LUMPUR: All heavy vehicles exceeding 4.4m in height and heading to Port Dickson and Seremban are advised not to use Jalan Rasah from April 1.