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Wiping out Aedes at source

PETALING Jaya City Council (MBPJ) is going all out to search and destroy Aedes breeding grounds at all council-owned premises throughout the city.

Aedes rangers effective in reducing incidence of dengue

THE fight against dengue in Selangor has been effective and local councils are asked to continue to involve the people for better results.

Club committed to helping authorities fight dengue outbreak

SIBU: Sarikei Rotary Club has committed itself to fighting dengue by supporting the efforts of the Divisional Health Office and Sarikei District Council.

Public apathy main hurdle in war on dengue

FEARS over mosquito-borne diseases played a large part in 2016 with the emergence of the Zika virus, but dengue remains the most lethal.

All-out war against Aedes

DENGUE fever has once again reared its ugly head in Selangor as there has been an increase in admissions in government hospitals in the third week of January.

MBPJ to reshuffle staff to improve quality of service

PETALING Jaya City Council will move its staff around in the first quarter of 2017 to ensure there were enough workers in each department.

South Korean students come to Sungai Way

MORE than 40 high school students from South Korea spent half a day cleaning up Sungai Way and entertaining residents of an old folk’s home in the area.

Funds and honour for community work

THE Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) handed out RM228,000 worth of grants to deserving local communities as a reward for their dedication and work.

MBSA to focus on core services and citizen engagement

MBSA corporate communications head Shahrin Ahmad said it would continue to focus and better its services, especially in waste management and public cleaning.

Programme gets Kubah residents to help each other eliminate Aedes

RESIDENTS of Kubah in Bukit Jelutong have managed to reduce crime rates in their area but have not been able to stay free of the threat of dengue.