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PPR residents want underutilised space to be turned into place to exercise, socialise.
MOST Klang Valley residents are hoping that Budget 2020 will provide goodies to help them cope with the rising cost of living.
Residents and those visiting Section 1B of Petaling Jaya Old Town are advised to beware of snatch thieves.
An experienced police officer is keen to pass along his vast knowledge of crime prevention in his new book titled Avoid Becoming A Victim Of Crime.
AFTER a spate of snatch theft cases, Section 1B Rukun Tetangga and Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) launched an awareness programme to reduce crime in Petaling Jaya Old Town.
An experienced police officer is keen to pass along his vast knowledge of crime prevention in his new book titled ‘Avoid Becoming A Victim Of Crime’.
SEVERAL snatch thefts at the Taman Chi Liung, Klang, morning market and the public field near the commercial area are causing concern.
WITH the idea of being inclusive, the Community Welfare Association of Pending Zone 2 Bandar Puteri Klang allows all residents, including those who are not paying for its gated-and-guarded (G&G) scheme, unobstructed access into the residential area.
SNATCH thieves are making their presence felt again in Little India’s business enclave in south Klang.
EXCEPT for an increasing number of drug-related cases and commercial crime cases, the security level in Perak is overall satisfactory, said Perak Police Chief Comm Datuk Hasnan Hassan.