Selangor Times
Tuesday
30·05·2017
Issue 118

 

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HIGHLIGHT

Polls code violators to be shamed
Participants of the 13th General Election risk being shamed by an electoral watchdog should they fail to campaign in a respectful manner.

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TOP NEWS

Selangor’s micro-credit schemes well received
SHAH ALAM: Some 3,672 small and medium entrepreneurs have benefited from the state’s two microcredit schemes launched last September. In urban areas around Klang Valley, 1,048 entrepreneurs have received financial assistance via Skim Microcredit Miskin Bandar (Mimbar).

Rules against profiteering from affordable homes
SHAH ALAM: Selangor is mulling the legal viability of two rules to prevent profiteering from its affordable home schemes. They include restricting the transfer of ownership within the first five years and only allowing the homes to be resold to the state with a limited profit margin.

Sand revenue expected to double by year end
SHAH ALAM: Selangor expects earnings from sand mining to exceed RM40 million this year, said Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim on Monday.

Additional funds approved by the House
SHAH ALAM: A supplementary budget of RM114 million was approved by the state legislature on Tuesday. This is in addition to the original RM1.43 billion budget passed by the state assembly last November and RM49.3 million in April, bringing the state’s total expenditure for 2011 to RM1.59 billion.

Liow to probe conflicting accounts
SHAH ALAM: Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai has backtracked on his denial that police fired tear gas and turned their water cannons on Tung Shin Hospital in Saturday’s Bersih 2.0 rally.

High Court upholds ban on books
KUALA LUMPUR:  The Kuala Lumpur High Court yesterday upheld the Home Ministry’s ban on cartoonist Zunar’s two books and Kim Quek’s The March to Putrajaya. Both authors said they would appeal against the decision.

New rules soon for budget hotels
SHAH ALAM: A surge in budget hotels is raising eyebrows, and authorities are laying down ground rules to ensure they don’t become prostitution dens. “We started drafting guidelines because of an increase in applications over the past two years,” said Klang Municipal Council (MPK) acting president Mohd Ehsan Mukri.

'Jom Durian' makes it into record books
SUBANG: JOM Durian IV, an annual event organised jointly by Subang Parade and the Children’s Wish Society (CWS) of Malaysia, got itself into the pages of the Malaysia Book of Records as the Biggest Charity Durian Fest ever organised in the country.

Illegal car washes raided
PUCHONG: Illegal car washes staffed by foreign workers are mushrooming in Bandar Puteri despite raids by the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ). “It is not possible to completely eradicate these illegal car washes, only reduce their number,” said Enforcement Department assistant officer Mohamad Hadzim Zulkafli.

PKNS goes green with new HQ

SHAH ALAM: The Selangor Development Corporation (PKNS) expects long-term utility savings of up to 60% for its new green headquarters being built here. “We’ve hired an environmental consultant to ensure we maximise our green initiatives,” said PKNS general manager Othman Omar.

Puchong schools get state funds
PUCHONG: Four schools here received RM73,420 from the state last Saturday to help improve conditions for their students. Kinrara assemblyperson Teresa Kok handed out the financial aid to Sekolah Agama Kafa Integrasi Al-Firdaus, SJK(T) Castlefield, SJK(C) Sin Ming and SJK(T) Bandar Kinrara BK1.

USJ residents voice their complaints
SUBANG JAYA: Poor public infrastructure and security were major concerns raised during a dialogue between USJ residents and the authorities on June 30. Residents from USJ 16 to 20 took turns to voice their grievances, which were then addressed by the police and Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) representatives.

Lights on for evening activities at MPSJ stadium
SUBANG JAYA: Lights are being turned on nightly at the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) stadium to enable the public to use the field from 7pm to 9.30pm.

Underground pipes blamed for roadworks delay
GOMBAK: Delays in road upgrading works, which caused part of Jalan Kampung Sungai Pusu to erode, were blamed on underground cables that were not moved in time. “We have been waiting for Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) to remove three underground cables,” said Public Works Department (JKR) Gombak district officer Norfariza Ramli.

Pilot parking project underway in USJ
SUBANG JAYA: Sixteen additional parking lots have been drawn up in two side alleys in USJ 9, as part of pilot project to determine if the move can solve parking woes at the commercial centre. Public support for the move by the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) will determine if 300 additional parking lots will be drawn up in other alleys here.

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