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PUTRAJAYA’s popularity as a tourist destination makes it ideal to have a local handicraft shop to appeal to visitors.
WE ARE all familiar with the sight of enforcement authorities on horseback in the West, the most well-known of which are the Royal Canadian Mounted Police famously called the Mounties.
COMMUNITY leaders, academics, non-governmental organisations and the general public have chimed in on the subject of mounted units in local authorities, commenting on their efficacy, moral aspects and the alternatives.
STOP using plastic straws or be prepared to pay a fine, eateries in the Federal Territories are reminded by the local government.
FOR decades, we barely gave it a second thought when our drinks were served with plastic straws as they were small, useful and, most conveniently, disposable.
WASTE contractors have now identified Putrajaya as an ideal place to dump waste to avoid paying tipping fees at landfills.
Putrajaya Corporation (PPj) president Datuk Dr Aminuddin Hassim says the local authority aims to position the Federal Territory as an ecotourism destination.
ONE of the best times to be in Putrajaya is during the month of Ramadan. Visitors can literally sniff their way to the food bazaar near Putrajaya Corporation (PPj) Complex and Masjid Tuanku Mizan Zainal in Precinct 3.
FEDERAL Territories Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa is not ruling out having Ramadan bazaars during the fasting month, but using a revised format to include good hygiene practices and reduced human contact.