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Thursday
27·04·2017
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

Clogged drains raising a stink in SS3
Summonses and warnings have failed to deter restaurants in SS3 from clogging neighbourhood drains with waste and a state lawmaker is calling on the council to take firmer action.

Village election workers ready for polls
A recent flood at their village did not deter some Orang Asal villagers, who have offered to serve as volunteer polling agents and counting agents (PACA) under a civil society initiative, from attending an election briefing on Saturday.

Traders urged to stop at yellow
Errant traders displaying their goods beyond the allocated yellow box at the Meru market were urged by the Klang Municipal Council to comply with the rules or face the consequences.

Water woes for Meru market traders
Health and hygiene at the Meru market are in jeopardy due to frequent water disruptions which leave traders at a loss over how to clean their produce.

Let there be lights
Two sets of streetlights have been put up to brighten Persiaran Setia, a crime-prone area in Taman Perindustrian UEP, in a bid to better protect residents.

Selangor establishes scholarship fund
Selangor has set aside an initial RM10 million to fund scholarship programmes for civil servants, employees at state subsidiary companies and their children.

Directly negotiated contracts to be revealed
All contracts awarded without open tenders between 2006 and  2010 will be made public by Selangor during the upcoming state legislative assembly meeting next month.

Yayasan Selangor slammed over lavish events
Yayasan Selangor was taken to task for spending RM1.41 million to organise lavish events in 2010 by Selcat on Tuesday.

No show by ‘whistle blowers’, accusers
None of the complainants with “evidence” of graft in Kumpulan Semesta Sdn Bhd (KSSB) attended Monday’s public hearing by Selangor’s Special Select  Committee on Competency, Accountability and Transparency (Selcat).

Yayasan Selangor GM alleges RM500m lost under BN
Yayasan Selangor general manager Ilham Marzuki estimated that the education foundation lost RM500 million from 1991 to 2008, a public inquiry heard on Tuesday.

Whistles over flowers for commuters
Whistles were distributed to women commuters at the Kelana Jaya LRT station in conjunction with International Women’s Day by Jenice Lee on Wednesday.

Taking housing tips from Aussie counterparts
Selangor state officials will be posted in the Victorian Office of Housing to study methods used by the Australian state to tackle housing issues.

Turning trash to cash
F&N Beverages Marketing Sdn Bhd and the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA)  Recycling Campaign are offering schools here a chance to win attractive prizes while doing their bit for the environment.

No ban on movie theatres
Contrary to news reports, Selangor has not imposed a ban on cinemas here, said the developer of the Sentral @ Bangi Central Business District(CBD) project.

Houses being saved from collapse
Work has started to shore up 40 double-storey houses which were in danger of collapse due to soil settlement at Section 7 here.

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