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KUALA LUMPUR mayor has come up with an action plan in an attempt to appease stakeholders over long-standing problems relating to stalls at the Lucky Garden Hawker Centre in Bangsar.
AS EXPECTED, like a bad case of acid reflux after a heavy meal, many Malaysians have again closed not one but both eyes when it comes to tolerating dirty eateries.
Jinjang Selatan residents in Kuala Lumpur want their drainage upgraded as the current water dispersal system at the area failed to channel out rainwater effectively, resulting in flash floods.
WHY are the other cities ranked above Penang when the state has tastier hawker food to offer?
The days of going through bad roads because of potholes near the Taman Bukit Maluri morning market in Kuala Lumpur have come to an end as resurfacing work there has been completed.
KUALA Lumpur mayor will decide next week if Lucky Garden Hawker Centre traders can continue doing business at Lorong Ara Kiri 3, Bangsar.
Municipalities must deliver effectively on basics before applying to upgrade status.
STALL operators at the Lucky Garden Hawker Centre in Bangsar started major clean-up works yesterday after health authorities ordered the businesses to cease operations for being dirty.
THE Federal Territory Health Department (JKWP) has shut down six eateries operating in Lucky Garden, Jalan Ara Kiri, Bangsar following complaints by the public.
WITHOUT rain, it is not just the water supply that is at risk. The drains in the state are stinking up a good deal too.