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Residents of Kampung Kong Chian (formerly Kampung Lee Rubber) don't have to put up with potholes and bad roads anymore as roads in the entire village were recently resurfaced.
The private healthcare business has become so commercialised that even businessmen are setting up clinics to reap profits.
More dengue cases were recorded in five states in the first week of this year compared with the last week of 2006, according to the Health Ministry.
The Immigration Department has warned those with permanent resident status that their status can be revoked if they are found to be involved in bringing in illegal immigrants.
Illegal extension or renovation of residential premises in Petaling Jaya is on the rise.
Terengganu Police intends to haul up owners of motorcycles who lend their machines to relatives or friends who do not possess driving licences.
A TOTAL of 54 cases have been filed in the consumer tribunal court against car manufacturers Proton, Perodua and Naza as at last month.
An average of five cases a month pertaining to problems with money lenders were reported to the Malaysia Consumers Protection Association.
Two kindergartens in Selangor were ordered to close temporarily after 11 students came down with hand, foot and mouth disease (HFM) last week.
The Senai airport continued to be a hot topic at the state assembly meeting recently with concerns that the airport would lose out to its Singaporean counterpart if AirAsia took over all domestic routes.
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