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Klang candidates garner all the support they can before polling day

CANDIDATES for the Klang parliamentary seat and its three state constituencies — Bandar Baru Klang, Pandamaran and Port Klang — are on a final blitz of reiterating their promises to the constituents.

Breathing new life into Klang

Although steeped in history, the past decade has not been been kind on Klang, but plans are afoot to rejuvenate the town.

Showcasing the best of Klang

Klang has many attractions, but it has not drawn in tourists unlike neighbouring Shah Alam and Kuala Lumpur. That’s about to change with the Klang City Rejuvenation (KCR) project, says KCR Committee chairman Dr Chia Song Kun.

Klang council chief maps out vision for his renewed tenure

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.

Many exciting events for Klang this year

THE Klang City Rejuvenation (KCR) campaign will see some exciting events this year.

Convoy to give out 10,000 flags in Klang

A MERDEKA convoy with more than a hundred cars and superbikes will distribute 10,000 Jalur Gemilang throughout the royal town of Klang on Aug 18.

Dumping of domestic waste in Klang River costing millions of ringgit to clean

Efforts to clean up the Klang River does not seem to be bearing fruit.It still looks like a floating dumpsite, in particular the stretch between Shah Alam and Klang.

Govt still looking for suitable site to expand Port Klang

PETALING JAYA: The Government is still looking for a suitable location to expand Port Klang’s capacity, and both the existing port operators would be given the first right of refusal to develop such a terminal, said a government official familiar with the matter.

Cultural festival in Klang to feature more than 100 indoor and outdoor stalls

THE inaugural Klang Spring Cultural Festival will feature 100 indoor and outdoor stalls selling their products over a one-month period.

Port Klang residents want to see more done to revitalise businesses

While Port Klang prospers as the world’s 12th largest port, its residents say the town’s local economy is stagnating and they hope the government can help rejuvenate it.