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MIRI: The Long Lama Clinic in rural northern Sarawak that caters to a population of 40,000 people, has been closed.
Property developer Mah Sing Group Bhd has enhanced its portfolio with the anticipated launch of M Adora, a residential development strategically located in Wangsa Melawati, Kuala Lumpur, an area that has become a hub for highly accessible and self-sustainable developments over the years.
Demand for special registration plates has come as a boon in adding to the Road Transport Department’s coffers as it derives 30% of its yearly RM4bil revenue from the sale of vehicle licence plates.
The suggestion to build a new intercity bus terminal in Ipoh, to replace the existing 60-year-old structure in Medan Kidd, has received the thumbs-up from residents.
SIBU: The new Fire and Rescue Station in Selangau has been in operation since July 1 and is ready to provide 24-hour emergency response services to people in the area.
Almost every object around us requires an engineer’s expertise. A highly technical profession combining mathematics and specific scientific knowledge, engineers form the backbone of a country’s development, from the construction of buildings to transport such as highways and railways.
PRASARANA Malaysia Bhd is targeting ridership of more than 39,000 passengers per day for KL Monorail, once all 12 sets of the four-car trains are in service by the end of next year.
EFFORTS are under way to construct an intercity public bus station to replace the existing 60-year-old facility at Medan Kidd in Ipoh.