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Alcohol bans in Australia over the New Year has saved lives

THE New Year countdown was celebrated in Australian capital cities with the usual revelry and less drama in parts of Melbourne where calls for sobriety were heeded.

Community

Roll-out of four-car monorail trains to solve overcrowding problem

The first two four-car Malaysian-made monorail trains which started operations recently will boost the capacity of the Rapid KL rail service.

Metro Biz

Taking on town planning

Entrepreneurship isn’t necessarily just limited to having a business idea, some capital and then starting out on one’s own.

Community

Improving public services

MIRI: There is an urgent need to come out with a comprehensive solution in order to improve the public bus services for the cities and towns in Sarawak.

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Better interconnectivity needed to solve Brickfields’ traffic woes

A letter from ALAM SHAH SULEIMAN, Kepong.

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Common sense, courtesy and stricter law enforcement can reduce road congestion

EVERY morning, thousands of city folks begin a new day by queuing helplessly in a congested road system alongside other gloomy-faced commuters who are competing for their road space.

Community

Walk, cycle or take the train

WHILE many want to practise an eco-friendly lifestyle and may even go to the extent of consuming only organic food, the majority still prefer to drive right up to the proverbial doorstep of their destination instead of taking public transport, cycling or walking.

Community

FT Ministry slashes overseas trips for employees

The Federal Territories Ministry and its agencies are set to cut overseas travels.

Community

City Hall steps up enforcement operations

KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) Enforcement Department will focus on eradicating illegal hawkers, improving cleanliness and removing obstruction in public places this year.

Community

For a better life in the FTs

KUALA Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan are on the right track to becoming cleaner and more liveable cities, provided that the people practise tolerance and have civic consciousness, Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said.