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Firemen battling blaze at illegal dumpsite in Bandar Bukit Puchong 2

PETALING JAYA: Firemen are busy putting put out a fire at an illegal dumpsite near the Damansara–Puchong Expressway (LDP) toll.


Online gambling shops back in business hours after being raided

SEPANG: Operators of online gambling premises here seem to be purposely undermining the law as they continue to operate despite being repeatedly raided by local authorities


Selangor's local council heads appointed

NEW heads have been appointed to seven local councils, but Petaling Jaya is still without a mayor.


Sepang Municipal Council chief bids farewell

SEPANG Municipal Council (MPSepang) president Mohd Sayuthi Bakar dropped broad hints during the fullboard meeting about an anticipated departure from the council.


Three-pronged plan to combat dengue launched in Sepang

THE Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) has launched a three-pronged programme to combat dengue.


Residents’ request for hall granted in Taman Putra Prima

A MULTI-PURPOSE hall is being built to cater to the needs of residents in Taman Putra Prima, Puchong.


No signs that flyover has been repaired despite collapse nearly two years ago

IT HAS been almost two years since the flyover near Selangor Science Park 2 in Cyberjaya collapsed, yet there are no signs that the structure has been fully repaired and will be re-opened to traffic.


Local councils are offering gifts and prizes to rake in assessment payments

With the end of the year fast approaching, city and municipal councils are going all out to collect assessment owed to them.


Council considers merit system for Sepang market traders

IN A bid to ensure cleanliness standards are met, the Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) is looking at establishing a merit-point system for traders in all permanent wet markets within its jurisdiction.


Depressing Deepavali for tent dwellers in Dengkil

Residents spend second year in tents as their housing woes are far from over