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NGO unhappy with Selangor local councils’ service

NON-GOVERNMENTAL organisation Coalition of Good Governance (CGG) expressed their disappointment that the service delivery of local councils in Selangor had not met public expectations at a press conference in Petaling Jaya recently.

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Mahathir’s interview with website raises a few eyebrows

ASIDE from the most unfortunate floods hitting our shores, the other big news of the week is Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s interview with Sarawak Report.

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Pakatan urged to keep local election promise

Barisan Nasional has called on Pakatan Rakyat to fulfil its promise to reinstate local council elections.

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Cannot help it but feel solemn

THE newspapers were sold out yesterday morning in most parts of Miri City.

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Trouble brewing in Pahang MIC

TEMERLOH: The sudden move to replace Pahang MIC chairman Senator Datuk R. Goonasakaren was strongly opposed by 12 Youth divisions.

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Fewer NGO reps in MBPJ

THE Selangor government’s pledge to allocate at least 25% of councillors from non-governmental organisation (NGO) and professionals is not reflected in the present line-up of Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) councillors.

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DAP: Give states more space

KUCHING: Like the Sabah Assembly speaker, Sarawak DAP is also calling on the Federal Government to loosen its grip on the Malaysian states on Borneo.

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Pahang MB considers setting up special bureau to look into welfare of Chinese and Indians

KUANTAN: Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob will consider setting up a special bureau to look after the Chinese and Indian communities’ welfare in view of its absence in representation in the state executive council.

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Barisan’s friends or foes?

LAST week I wrote about Tan Sri Adenan Satem becoming the kind of chief minister no one saw coming.

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Break-in at MP’s service centre

SIBU: Lanang MP Alice Lau lost a desktop computer when her service centre was broken into.