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ALTHOUGH water supply has resumed in some areas in the Klang Valley, home-based businesses are still affected.
THOSE who feed pigeons need to be fined for the sake of public health.
PENANG’S urban regeneration projects to rebuild low-cost housing blocks that are more than 50 years old have to be put on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
THE Federal Territories Land and Mines Office (PPTGWP) is considering invoking the National Land Code 1965 (NLC) as a strategy to force owners to clean up their properties that have become derelict and pose a threat to public health and safety.
THERE are currently 178 abandoned houses, 464 vacant land and one abandoned factory under Petaling Jaya City Council’s (MBPJ) jurisdiction.
KLANG Municipal Council has made it compulsory for shops to place a rubbish bin each at their premises.
THE drive for responsible drinking is now in high gear with Carlsberg Malaysia introducing new partners to give consumers a ride home from Carlsberg outlets nationwide.
KUANTAN: Police have warned errant cyclists to toe the line or stern action will be taken against them.
Adoption of ‘silence deemed acceptance’ concept expected to reduce delays and improve efficiency in some areas.