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Mature trees surrounding former Padang Chetty retained and solar lights installed.
AS KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) seeks inputs, ideas and suggestions from the people as part of preparations for its 2022 budget, residents in the capital want the local authority to place more emphasis on improving maintenance and upgrading infrastructure.
RESIDENTS of Taman City Timur in Segambut want Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to expedite the process of handing over the management of a newly-built multipurpose hall in the neighbourhood to them, as agreed earlier.
THE 50th anniversary of The Star brings a nostalgic and introspective journey on what it takes to be a journalist and how we have survived this long in a sometimes misunderstood profession.
FOR a few months now, a dirt road behind the residential area of Bandar Kinrara 5 in Puchong has been drawing morning walkers.
Bagan MCA division in Penang has urged the public not to spread fake news about the state of Emergency and Covid-19 pandemic as action could be taken against them by the authorities.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is planning to offer government premises as alternative venues for buskers to perform in, such as the Urban Transformation Centres (UTCs) and food courts managed by City Hall.
Water authority and consumer group speak on what residents can and cannot do in dealing with disruptions.
Upgrading work is being carried out on a public park along Jalan 30/38A in Taman Sri Sinar, Kuala Lumpur to improve the neighbourhood green lung.
Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) received 13,596 public complaints throughout 2020, of which 98.54% or 13,398 of them were resolved.