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DINGY alleys, unappealing sidewalks and lanes, and creepy narrow pathways riddled with rubbish, drug addicts, drunkards, vagrants, and snatch thieves in the city will be repurposed into vibrant, colourful and marketable tourist attractions.
BY end-November, 68-year-old R. Seethaletchmi and her 75-year-old husband will likely be homeless.
KLANG Municipal Council (MPK) president Datuk Mohamad Yasid Bidin has been given a second term. His extended tenure is set to run until November 2019.