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IT WAS a fun-filled day for 17 children from Victory Home as they spent a day out with announcers from the Star Radio Group at i-City in Shah Alam recently.
THE Selangor government will introduce new and stricter guidelines for development projects in slope and hillside areas.
Thirty years ago, Jenny Chuang had no inkling that she would one day become an entrepreneur running a successful frozen food and pastry manufacturing company.
IT WAS the perfect morning for a hike. Cool, cloudy, with no threat of rain and getting there was a breeze, 20 minutes of clear roads from the Kuala Lumpur City Centre to Zoo Negara. Even locating the trail head was easy with detailed directions provided.
THE developer of Templer Jhara, a 60-unit bungalow project in Lot 5070, Templer Park, Rawang, has refuted claims that the project has contravened hillslope development guidelines.
KULAIJAYA: The logging activities at the foot of former popular mountain climbing spot Gunung Pulai 1 here have raised concerns among the residents worrying that it might cause harm to the ecosystem and threaten the surrounding environment.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is working with police to beef up security in the city following a threatening letter received by the mayor’s office last Thursday.
Since the design of Setia Alam master plan in 2003, customers who have entrusted their investments in the town have come to play a part in forming a pioneer community of 40,000, enjoying facilities such as a mall, convention centre and clubhouse. These were opened in the same year of the launching of a series of apartments and shop offices in 2012.
KUCHING: Some 1,704 illegal logs of various sizes and species have been seized in the first week of the month as the Forest Department continues its operations against illegal logging in the state.
JOHOR BARU: A logging company supervisor was sentenced to one day jail and fined RM20,000 for offering bribes to an Immigration officer.