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

356 benefit from Private Residential Ownership Scheme
Three hundred and fifty-six home owners have benefited from the state’s Private Residential Ownership Scheme since it was launched last June, the Menteri Besar told the state assembly on Wednesday.

No special plan to develop Malay Reserve Land
Selangor currently has 456,754 acres of Malay Reserve Land but the state does not have specific policies at present to develop the reserves, the state assembly was told on Wednesday.

Selangor shines with six million tourist arrivals
Selangor registered 6.04 million visitors last year on the back of marketing by Tourism Selangor.

Amnesty programme to be extended
Some 857 businesses, out of 1,021 applicants, have successfully legalised their operations under a state amnesty programme since 2008.

Field to stay despite development
Residents of Sungai Way New Village have been assured that their green lung will not only be left untouched but expanded with upcoming development in the area.

Vice dens: Local authorities cannot act alone
Full cooperation between local and federal enforcement authorities along with utility companies is needed to curb illegal entertainment centres.

More funding for new villages
Development allocations for Selangor new villages have been increased from RM200,000 before 2008 to RM5.4 million in 2009, to help with infrastructure upgrades.

Halimah calls for educational reform
A concrete and detailed plan for education reform should be drafted by the Education Ministry to improve the school system and prevent problems from arising in future.

State’s fourth anniversary carnival
Stand a chance to win attractive prizes at Pakatan Rakyat (PR) Selangor Administration’s Fourth Anniversary celebrations at “Karnival Terima Kasih Rakyat” this Sunday at the Kuala Selangor stadium.

Illegal hawkers get licences
Hawkers trading illegally for over 20 years at morning markets here have finally got licences and stalls to call their own.

Buddhist Association moves to aid flood victims
HULU LANGAT: Some 300 families affected by floods in the district last week received much needed assistance from the Taiwan Buddhist Tzu-chi Foundation Malaysia, on Tuesday.

Cleaning services improving after initial hiccups
SHAH ALAM: Three local governments have acknowledged disruptions in cleaning and waste collection after new contractors were appointed early this month, but added that complaints had been falling.

Show of support for Chinese schools
About 6,000 people attended a dinner to support the construction of school branches for SMJK Katholik (2) and SJK(C) Yak Chee (2) last March 9.

Bazaar to liven up Port Klang
Residents here can look forward to an esplanade bazaar which will be held at Tanjung Harapan in Port Klang every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from March 16.

Use council’s hotline, residents urged
Ratepayers here are being encouraged to bring complaints of poor rubbish collection to the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) following the appointment of new rubbish contractors.

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