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Water production boost

THE state government has in place a long-term expansion plan to produce and ensure the supply of water for Perak’s citizens.


Native communities want quick resolution for land rights issues

KUCHING: The state government’s newly-formed Pemakai Menoa and Pulau Galau Committee has been urged to act speedily on resolving issues related to native customary rights (NCR) claims over land.


Environmental NGOs present memorandum against forests degazettement in Selangor

They said degazettement goes against the recent efforts of the Sultan of Selangor to promote environmental preservation and conservation.


Enough water for dry days

PENANG’S water supply is still stable despite the dry season.


Councils to get creative with revenue sources

COMMUNITIES in Selangor will see the future differently as the state government wants all local councils to be sustainable from the economic stance.


Towards a people-centric city council

BUKIT Gasing assemblyman Rajiv Rishyakaran recently organised the Budget 2016 Preparation Dialogue in PJ Live Arts centre, which attracted about 40 participants.


Creating an effective budget for the public

MBPJ should institutionalise monitoring of funds and have residents serve on committee.


Three countries to re-establish continuos rainforest in joint initiative

KOTA KINABALU: An ambitious initiative to re-establish a continuous rainforest spanning three countries is taking shape well in Sabah and that now boasts of having totally protected areas nearly twice the size of Singapore.


MB keeping a close watch on EKVE project

Selangor Mentri Besar Azmin Ali has given his assurances that all environmental and safety precautions will be taken in the construction of the East Klang Valley Expressway (EKVE) project.


A turf for big boys and their toys

AFTER years of playing remote-controlled cars on no-man’s land, members of the Penang Remote-Controlled Car Club now have a home they can call their own.