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32 illegal billboards taken down by MPAJ

ONLY 16 of the 48 illegal billboards have yet to be taken down, it was announced at the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) full board meeting yesterday.

Community

Bukit Tengah rep wants his billboards to remain standing

BUKIT MERTAJAM: Bukit Tengah assemblyman Ong Chin Wen is adamant in not removing his 18 billboards until the Seberang Prai Municipal Council (MPSP) responds to his second permit application.

Community

Illegal billboards to be removed

Some 30 billboards with expired licences in Muar district will be removed soon by the Municipal Council.

Community

Notices for firms putting up illegal billboards

COMPANIES responsible for putting up illegal billboards will soon be served notices, said Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) president Datuk Ahmad Termizi Puteh.

Nation

MCA slams DAP over provocative billboards

PETALING JAYA: MCA has expressed its outrage over DAP's billboards that is allegedly filled with "race-hate provocation and slander".

Community

MPSJ to pull down illegal billboards

ALL illegal billboards and unipoles standing on land belonging to the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) will be torn down.

Lifestyle

The making of fashion billboards

Popular models are seen on billboards and advertisements everywhere. Just what goes on behind the making of one such series? MICHELE LIAN goes into a studio behind the scenes to watch the making of KL Fashion Week 2004 billboards.

Nation

Tamil boo-boo seen on billboards

A Tamil daily highlighted on its front page that the Tamil language words used on Visit Malaysia Year 2007 billboards in Johor did not make any sense at all.

Nation

Move to regulate billboards

Selangor will only allow new advertising billboards to be erected on land rented out by local councils to ensure that they are located at suitable locations.

Nation

Billboards displaying leaders slammed

BILLBOARDS displaying national leaders became an issue in Parliament, with the Opposition criticising them as a waste of money.