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Ops to remove all illegal billboards in JB

The Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) has launched an operation to remove illegal billboards in areas under its jurisdiction.


New billboards being erected

Less than three months after the Selangor government had ordered a freeze on the construction of billboards, several new ones have sprung up at various locations in Petaling Jaya and the city residents want an explanation from the city council (MBPJ).


Illegal billboards up again despite removal

SEVENTY illegal billboards were removed during a seven-week operation by the Seberang Prai Municipal Council (MPSP) but within days, 17 of them were put up again.


Cops put up billboards throughout Penang as crime prevention move

A TOTAL of 15 billboards, with phone numbers for the public to call or SMS during emergency, has been put up throughout Penang as a crime prevention strategy.


War on illegal billboards

THE Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) has declared an all-out war against those who put up illegal billboards and advertisement unipoles.


MBPJ removes illegal billboards

SIX unlicensed billboards along Jalan Kuala Selangor and New Klang Valley Expressway in Petaling Jaya were brought down by the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) during an operation on Feb 6.


Illegal billboards crop up at full board meeting

THE issue on billboards in Petaling Jaya was again brought up during the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) full board meeting recently.


Billboards to be set up at crime hot spots

PERAK police plan to erect more Rakan Cop billboards at crime hot spots in the state.


Still in the dark over new PJ billboards

WHILE there has been no announcement so far on the lifting of the billboard freeze in Petaling Jaya, billboard operators continue to build new structures and change the advertisements displayed on the billboards.


Billboards advertise Segamat police hotlines

SEGAMAT: Local police are advertising their hotline numbers on eight billboards in housing estates in the district to ensure members of the public have the numbers handy.