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Printing company facing action over illegal buntings

A COMMERCIAL printing company in Penang has risked action from a gold trading company for erecting illegal buntings in certain locations to promote the latter’s event in the state.

Community

Removal of buntings by City Hall angers organisers

While the annual Pesta Tanglung Bukit Bintang 2007 organising committee busies itself with final touch-ups for the event, City Hall enforcement officers are taking down the buntings announcing the event.

Community

Move to rid city of illegal buntings

Help rid Petaling Jaya of illegal buntings or posters and the Petaling Jaya City Council will pay you 70sen for each piece taken down.

Nation

GE13: Court issues arrest warrant against businessman over damaged BN buntings

SHAH ALAM: A Magistrate's Court here has issued an arrest warrant against businessman R. Chandran for pulling Barisan Nasional's buntings from the Budiman roundabout in Shah Alam on April 12.

Letters

Surge in illegal moneylender buntings

From CONCERNED GEORGE of Shah Alam

Community

Buntings go electronic

PRIVATE companies are invited to submit their proposals on the use of electronic bunting on street lamps with LCD screens known as e-bunting as Penang intends to become the first city in the country to feature such electronic displays on street lamps.

Metro News

Shah Alam cracking down on illegal buntings and banners

COMPOUNDS are now being issued to owners of illegal bunting and banners found along the Federal Highway and around Shah Alam this year.

Community

Buntings everywhere Ipoh

THE Ipoh City Council wants to rope in the public to fight illegal moneylenders who put up banners all over the city to advertise their trade.

Nation

Vandalism tears clean campaign in Balakong apart

BALAKONG: Accusations are flying about after around 100 MCA buntings and banners in Kampung Baru Kwan Tung were vandalised.

Community

When adverts turn dangerous

THE Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) has removed 54,057 illegal banners and buntings worth more than RM10mil this year up till September.