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Too many illegal ads along highway

THE growing number of illegal outdoor advertisements along the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban highway is not only a distraction to drivers but also a hazard to communities living nearby.


Ministry approves walking billboards at popular areas to attract tourists

THE Tourism and Culture Ministry has endorsed the walking billboard, saying that it is cost effective and capable of reaching a larger audience.


Walking the talk

BRANDING and marketing has always been the forte of Forefront Studio, and now they are putting their expertise into tackling what is arguably the most important client of their decade-plus history – themselves.


Power to the pedestrians!

MOTORISTS, be warned! Don’t be surprised if you are slapped with a RM300 fine the next time you fail to stop at a pedestrian crossing which is being used.


Yew: Only 50 apply to legalise hotels

OUT of the 221 unlicensed hotels in Penang, seven operators have received permanent hotel licences and 50 have submitted their licence applications since last year.


Nominations for enterprise awardsnow open

THE Young Entrepreneurs Association of Malaysia’s (PUMM) is now accepting applications for its 3rd Top 50 Enterprise Awards.


PJ mayor with positive outlook

IT IS close to five months since Mohd Azizi Mohd Zain was made mayor of Petaling Jaya. He now leads the city, a renowned metropolis with about 650,000 people. The mayor shares some of the plans and programmes he has for the city and its people to take it to the next level.


Council issues warning to owners of illegal billboards

OWNERS of billboards that have been put up around the city without permits will have to be dismantled or taken down.


School buses go full colour

ALL it takes to draw attention sometimes is a small step out of normality.


New ruling on signboards

JOHOR BARU: Companies placing billboard structures on pedestrian bridges and building could be imposed with a RM500 compound if such advertisements are not dismantled by the end of May.