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Klang council chief maps out vision for his renewed tenure

KLANG Municipal Council (MPK) president Datuk Mohamad Yasid Bidin has been given a second term. His extended tenure is set to run until November 2019.


Aglow with passion for science

HAVING fun for a good cause. Participants of the Glo-Walk 2017 got to do just that as they leisurely walked from the City Park to the Botanic Gardens in Penang.


Many mainlanders still not segregating waste

MANY Penang mainland folk are either ‘clueless’ about the waste segregation at source law or half-hearted about picking up the green habit.


Sticking to its guns

COMPETITION is undoubtedly heating up in South-East Asia’s ride-hailing arena as established players are investing more into growing their market share in the region.


Groups urge MPK to continue managing Pandamaran Swimming Pool

Selangor Education Department Aquatics (Secondary Schools) technical officer Lim Wei Wei is urging Klang Municipal Council (MPK) not to hand over management of the Pandamaran Swimming Pool to a third party to operate.


‘Most Putrajaya households actively separate their waste’

SIXTY percent of households that will be affected by the mandatory waste separation at source beginning June 1 are doing it efficiently, according to waste management company SWCorp Malaysia.


Highway billboard falls, no one injured

Part of a billboard on the side of the Federal Highway-Jalan Templer intersection in Petaling Jaya collapsed this afternoon, narrowly missing motorists travelling the route.


Election workers warned against using power pole

KUCHING: Election workers should exercise caution when putting up campaign materials during the state election, says Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB).


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.