Selangor Times
Saturday
18·11·2017
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

Know Your Councillor Azri Mohamad Arish
Newly-minted Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) councillor Azri Mohamad Arish plans to bring his experience in volunteer work to the job.

Klang Heritage Trail marathon run
A 12km run through historical sites in Selangor’s Royal Town here is being organised by Centro Klang on July 1.  

Liu: Don’t blame the state
Flood control comes directly under Putrajaya’s purview and Selangor opposition members were told to stop pointing fingers at the state.

Tamil school adamant on relocation
Promises from Putrajaya that a Tamil school here will not lose its land to a Light Rail Transit (LRT) project has provided little assurance to parents who pointed out that their children will still be exposed to pollution.

Know Your Councillor: Chang Kim Loong
An opportunity to share his knowledge on housing and planning laws with both public and local governments has inspired Chang Kim Loong (pic) to become a councillor again.

Aussie transit system mooted for PJ
Calls for a transit bus system to reduce public dependence on private vehicles were among proposals raised during a Town Hall meeting with SS3 residents on Wednesday.

Bersih insists on Dataran
Elections pressure group Bersih 2.0 maintains that its April 28 rally at Merdeka Square will proceed as planned despite government opposition.

Views on the April 28 rally

Tun Uda library impresses students
Fifty five students from low-cost flats visited the newly-furnished Raja Tun Uda Library during a study tour organised by Shah Alam Zone 18 Residents’ Representative Council last Saturday.

Unveiling hidden talents in autistic children
Founder of Malaysia’s first autistic children’s choir, Brian John Yim, believes early intervention, especially through music, makes a difference in autistic children.

Thumbs down to polls report
The Parliamentary Select Committee’s (PSC) rushed report on Electoral Reform has demonstrated a lack of political will by Putrajaya to address unfair electoral practices, said the electoral watchdog Tindak Malaysia.

Council raids suspected vice den
Seven foreign masseuse from China and one from Thailand were arrested during a raid on a massage parlour in Bukit Tinggi by Klang Municipal Council (MPK) enforcement officers on Sunday.

Dengue death toll rising
The recent wet season, which has drenched the state these past few months, has not only caused floods but also led to a wave of dengue infections and deaths.

Nameless birds charm judges
Amateur Yee Kan Ming’s two nameless magpie robins beat 30 other more experienced birders to win the Ampang Magpie Robins Association’s inaugural contest last Sunday.

Cycling in the dark
A night-cycling programme, in conjunction with Earth Hour, saw 1,000 cyclists taking to the city streets last Saturday.

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A Majestic presence

 

 

 

 

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