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MALAYSIA’S strategic location makes it an ideal point for vessels to anchor illegally in our waters.
TWO rainwater diversion drains are being built in Jalan 1/62B Taman Menjalara, Kuala Lumpur to prevent flash floods at a nearby roundabout.
FOR decades, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has been fighting a losing battle over illegal advertisements.
AS THE Kuala Selangor District Council (MDKS) awaits the decision from the Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government (KPKT) Ministry to be elevated to municipality status, residents want natural attractions here retained and the pathway to progress be kept as sustainable as possible.
Motorists in Klang are troubled over faded road lines on Jalan Sungai Bertih as they pose a danger to road users.
WITH Kuantan in Pahang now declared a city, development must also come with the forming of a community with a first class
MORE enforcement and designated parking spaces are needed to resolve the issue of parking touts, says Perling assemblyman Cheo Yee How.
WHEN you drive along some of the busy streets in downtown Johor Baru, chances are you will see individuals standing by the road and waving at motorists to park there.
EASY money that was just too good to pass up — that’s what a former parking tout says about his old job making up to RM50 a day off motorists in Johor Baru city centre.