Selangor Times
Monday
25·09·2017
Issue 118

 

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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

Kristal Heights buyers receive keys
SHAH ALAM: In an attempt to foster closer community relations, 10 buyers of Kristal Heights apartment units were invited to a key-presenting ceremony last Saturday morning.

Know Your Councillor: Ng Sze Han
Making Sri Kembangan roads safer and reducing accidents are among the top priorities for Ng Sze Han (pic). “Traffic conditions in my area are getting more hazardous because of poor management and insufficient traffic lights,” said the local councillor."

No compensation for victims 
of falling barrel victims
AMPANG: While admitting that a barrel fell out of his truck and injured a couple, a lorry driver is refusing to take responsibility or pay them compensation. “The barrel rolled across the road, but I didn’t cause the accident to happen. The motorist should have avoided the oncoming barrel instead of driving right into it,” he said.

Ampang council under fire
AMPANG: The municipal council here has been taken to task by residents for failing to heed warnings about trees which fell on cars on Monday evening. “We lodged a report with them three months ago but no action was taken,” Chua Yew Choong told reporters.

Police doubles ‘mobile’ stations in North Klang
KLANG: Satisfied with the success of Ops Payung 1, the North Klang police district has decided to double the number of “mobile” police stations. Under Ops Payung 2, the number of three-police-officer units will be increased to 18 from the current six in northern Klang.

State addresses grave concerns
KLANG: The spiralling cost of burying the dead is being addressed by the state, which is moving to allocate more land for public cemeteries. Two sites here, amounting to 303 hectares, are being considered in Johan Setia and Bukit Raja. 

PKPS records RM1.8m profit
KAJANG: The Selangor Agriculture Development Corporation (PKPS) recorded a profit of RM1.8 million and reduced operating costs by RM2 million last year.

Appeals Board upholds Telekom’s rights
SHAH ALAM: It was a bittersweet day for residents of USJ 6 when the Selangor Appeals Board decided to uphold Telekom Bhd’s right to develop its 0.35-hectare utility reserve land yesterday.

Keeping the home fireflies burning
KUALA SELANGOR: Selangor is moving to save its dwindling population of fireflies by setting up a breeding nursery along Sungai Selangor next month. “We will set up artificial breeding grounds for the fireflies,” said Dr Ang Lai Hoe at the Kampung Kuantan Firefly Park last Friday.

Disturb us, 
say police
SERI KEMBANGAN: Residents and shopkeepers here were told during a dialogue session with the police on April 25 to “disturb” the officers in blue and to “make use” of them.

Motorcycles with sidecars to clean up streets
KLANG: Clean Zones in the royal town will be patrolled by council staff on motorcycles on the lookout for littering. “We want to make sure the Clean Zones are clean,” said Ronnie Liu at a press conference at the State Secretariat in Shah Alam on Tuesday.

MB makes surprise visit to Sri Perantau flats
KLANG: Complaints of rampant drug abuse, vandalism and gangsters at the Sri Perantau flats here drew an unexpected visit by Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim last Friday. The Menteri Besar stopped over for a site inspection of the 11 blocks of flats after learning about the deplorable conditions there from Selat Kelang assemblyperson Dr Halimah Ali.

MPK records RM10m surplus
KLANG: The Klang Municipal Council (MPK) has made history by recording a RM10 million surplus in their 2010 budget. Among the departments which contributed to the surplus was the Environment Department, which benefited from cost-cutting measures.

Destroyed temple being rebuilt
SHAH ALAM: One of the catalysts of the 2008 political tsunami will soon regain its prominence following the rebuilding of the Sri Maha Mariamman temple in Padang Jawa.

International flavour to guidelines
PETALING JAYA : Restaurant guidelines for Petaling Jaya will now be issued in Myanmar, Bangladesh and Nepal languages The Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) said the measure was being taken due to the influx of foreign workers from these countries.

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