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MBPJ sets up committee to act against owners of abandoned houses

THE Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has set up a committee to monitor abandoned houses and punish owners who had left the task of maintaining the houses to the council.


Vehicles abandoned and dumped on the streets are an eyesore

PETALING JAYA: Abandoned vehicles are being left to rot in many parts of the country, leading to unsightly housing areas, Aedes breeding areas and even haunts for drug addicts,


Ipoh City Council tries to locate owners of abandoned houses

THE Ipoh City Council health department is facing a stumbling block in trying to locate the owners of the many abandoned houses in the city.


Chor: Government committed to reviving abandoned projects

GEORGE TOWN: Some RM65mil has been spent in three years to revive abandoned housing projects in the country, said Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Chor Chee Heung.


Abandoned projects dot Hulu Selangor landscape

PROJECTS are still being approved by the Hulu Selangor District Council (MDHS) although more than a dozen abandoned ones have not been revived.


Abandoned motorbikes pose a danger and an eyesore

ABANDONED motorcycles, besides marring the area, also pose a danger to motorists and many are concerned.


Once abandoned Menara Rajawali repurposed as student hostel

THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council’s (MPSJ) special division set up to revive abandoned projects has achieved another success with the official handing over of Menara Rajawali in SS15/8.


Abandoned properties in PJ townships structurally unsafe

A LARGE number of abandoned houses are slowly emerging in several neighbourhoods in Petaling Jaya.


Authorities looking for parents of ‘abandoned’ boy

KUCHING: The Welfare Department will work closely with the police to find the parents of a four-year-old boy believed to have been abandoned here last Monday.


Clean up or face action, owners of abandoned houses warned

KUCHING: Owners of abandoned houses have been urged to come to the Kuching City North Commission (DBKU) to see what can be done to make the properties friendlier to the neighbourhood.