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More vehicles but fewer accidents this holiday

SUNGAI BESI: Police expect an increase in traffic during the coming days as people continue to hit the highways for the Chinese New Year holidays.

Plan is to keep an eye on all roads nationwide, says minister

SUBANG JAYA: The government plans to set up a national control centre for enforcement agencies to provide a better traffic management system for all roads across the country.

Protasco 'buy', Dialog 'hold', Supermax 'hold', Carlsberg 'outperform'

PROTASCO recently announced that it had entered into a concession agreement with the government for the maintenance of federal roads in Sarawak that will commence in September 2018 and span over a 10 year period, covering a road length of about 751km, using a 30%-owned vehicle

Hasni: We will upgrade roads that are hot spots

JOHOR BARU: The state government plans to upgrade at least 15 accident-prone roads statewide, said Johor Public Works, Rural and Regional Committee chairman Datuk Hasni Mohamed.

Biggest cycling event in Melaka on March 25

MELAKA: Melaka Historic City Council (MBMB) is working closely with two local non-governmental organisations to host the biggest cycling event in a bid to enter Malaysia Book of Records.

Stop animal abuse this CNY

A letter from TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Kuala Lumpur.

MPKS to educate consumers on dangers of using plastic bags and polystyrene containers

KUCHING: Kota Samarahan Munipical Council (MPKS) will soon ban the use of non-biodegradable plastic bags and polystyrene containers in business premises under its jurisdiction.

How walkable is KL and other cities? Tool aims to make pedestrians safer and happier

KUALA LUMPUR: On the congested streets of Kuala Lumpur, pedestrians usually find themselves at the bottom of the pecking order.

Figure skating - German pair navigate red tape to land gold

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Aljona Savchenko and Bruno Massot wrapped themselves in German flags and skated around the ice after wining the Olympic gold medal on Thursday.

Don’t try new tricks this Year of the Dog, as it favours those who stick to convention, Hong Kong fortune-tellers say

Their advice: Conservatism is the way to go this ‘double earth’ year, while the city’s leader and justice minister, likely to have a bumpy road ahead, should keep cool and face challenges bravely