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Go beyond your backyard, says MP

WITH the setting up of the Federal Territories Residents Representative Council (MPPWP), Segambut MP Hannah Yeoh has advised residents to look out for each other, and not limit their involvement within the confines of their respective residential areas.

Combating dengue a tough task in Klang

DENGUE cases are on the rise in Klang with the worst in Taman Sentosa, especially in areas with low-cost flats.

‘Form panel to keep inventory of trees’

SEVERAL Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) councillors have proposed that a committee be set up to determine the inventory of trees under the council’s jurisdiction.

45 signboards changed in Shah Alam, says mayor

SHAH Alam City Council is waiting for further directives from the Selangor government to change all the dual language signboards in its jurisdiction.

With anger and tears, Trump court pick denies sex assault allegation

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fighting to salvage his U.S. Supreme Court nomination, Brett Kavanaugh angrily denied on Thursday a university professor's accusation that he sexually assaulted her 36 years ago in a day of dramatic testimony that gripped the country.

Subang Jaya folk join council in efforts to fight disease

SUBANG JAYA assemblyman Michelle Ng said the community’s efforts in reducing dengue statistics in her constituency should not be underestimated.

Handing over dengue control to residents

RESIDENTS have been tasked with taking on a proactive role to combat dengue in Selangor.

Take mindful, neighbourly measures to fight dengue

AS I worked on this commentary piece, the iDengue website has listed 23,555 dengue cases recorded in Selangor from Dec 31, 2017 until Aug 1 this year.

Dengue eradication exercise stepped up

DO NOT allow stagnant water to collect in your home. Clear any junk you may have lying around in your gardens and spend 10 minutes a week looking for potential mosquito breeding spots.

Situation under control, dengue cases decline

RECREATIONAL parks and vacant lots have been identified as top Aedes mosquito breeding grounds in Kuala Lumpur.