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Lam Thye: State depts, highway authorities must come up with multi-pronged approach to reduce roadkill
PETALING JAYA: There should be a multi-pronged approach by state departments and highway authorities to ensure fewer animals get killed on our roads, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
AUCKLAND (ANN): A man has been drawing penises over potholes to force the government to fix the roads faster in the city of Auckland in North Island, New Zealand.
BUKIT JALIL: Pavilion Bukit Jalil - the icon of connectivity has recently opened a new flyover, directly linking Bukit Jalil City (Jalan 13/155C) to Puchong via the Bukit Jalil Highway.
ARGELES-SUR-MER, France (Reuters) - A young grey whale lost in the Mediterranean, thousands of miles away from its natural habitat in the Pacific ocean, is desperately seeking its way home, but biologists are worried it may not survive.
IPOH: To prevent people entering the state without proper documentation during the inter-state travel ban, police will check the amount paid at toll plazas, says Perak’s top cop.
PETALING JAYA: Klang Valley dwellers were relieved to see relatively clear roads and less crowded public transport on the first day of the latest movement control order.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Traffic was gridlocked in parts of Athens and some flights disrupted on Thursday as Greek transport workers joined a 24-hour public sector strike to protest over planned labour legislation.
SHAH ALAM: Police are investigating an incident where someone allegedly tried to run over a Rela member with a car in front of a school in Kota Kemuning.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia ended on Thursday a blanket coronavirus lockdown in Phnom Penh after three weeks, as busy traffic returned to some streets of the capital, though authorities retained tighter curbs in some districts where infections have surged.
BUTTERWORTH: Four traffic policemen went the extra mile when they helped to push a stalled factory bus near Jalan Telaga Mas here on Tuesday (May 4) evening.