Selangor Times
Issue 118


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LRT Stations (Distribution by hand) Morning

Ampang Sentul Timur
Pandan Indah
Pandan Jaya
Sentul Timur
Kelana Jaya Terminal Putra
Kelana Jaya
Taman Bahagia
Taman Paramount
Asia Jaya
Taman Jaya
Sri Rampai
Wangsa Maju
Taman Melati
Sri Petaling Sentul Timur
Taman Melati
Sri Petaling
Bukit Jalil
Bandar Tasik Selatan
Salak Selatan
Shopping Malls

(From Saturday noon)
Tropicana Mall
Sunway Pyramid
The Curve
IOI Mall
Plaza Damas
Ikano Power Centre
Empire Subang
Centro Mall, Klang
Bangsar Shopping Complex

Carrefour (Bukit Rimau, Subang Jaya, Wangsa Maju, Sri Petaling, Kepong, Puchong, Ampang, Jalan Peel, Jalan Kapar, Bandar Tun Hussein Onn, S23 Shah Alam)

(Puchong, Kajang, Bandar Kinrara, Klang, Pandamaran, Bandar Selayang, Kota Damansara, Taman Setiawangsa, Putra Heights, Taman Connaught, Kelana Jaya, Bukit Antarabangsa, Subang Jaya, Bukit Tinggi, Setia Alam, Kota Kemuning)

(Bukit Tinggi, Tmn Maluri, Wangsa Maju, Bandar Baru Klang, Mahkota Cheras)

(Puchong, Kajang, Mutiara Damansara, Rawang, Bukit Tinggi, Setia Alam, Ampang, Extra Shah Alam, Kepong)
Commuter Stations

(Distribution by hand) Morning
Sentul Port Klang
Port Klang
Bukit Badak
Shah Alam
Subang Jaya
Jalan Templer

Rawang Seremban
Kuala Kubu Baru
Sungai Buloh
Kepong Sentral
Morning Wet Markets

(Saturday morning)
Jalan SS2/62
Taman Medan
Jalan 17/27
SS15 Subang Jaya
Taman Kuchai Lama
Taman OUG
Pasar Taman Megah
Pasar Jalan Othman
Pasar Jalan 17/2
Pasar Sek 14
Seri Setia
Pasar Kg Chempaka
Taman Tun Dr Ismail

Forrest Medical Centre

Help Institute
College Bandar Utama (KBU)
Universiti Kebangsan Malaysia



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A village united 
in the face of drugs

A thief waltzed into Kim Poh prayer materials shop in Kampung Baru (KB) Sungai Jarom a year ago while shopkeeper Wong Siew Fan was in the toilet. He rummaged through her desk, grabbed about RM300, and scooted off just as Wong came out.

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Learning disabilities not a barrier

Imagine having a world of ideas to share, communicate, and, most importantly,  learn and explore. Now imagine your world falling apart when “neurological” disabilities or injuries make it difficult for you to process information, to learn and to interact and communicate.

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Yeong’s long and winding road to self-confidence

Wendy Yeong (right) joined disabled learning advocacy group United Voice (UV) in 2005, and was later offered a supervisor’s post at the Employment Project. “I have a learning disability,” said Yeong, who thought she was a slow learner at an early age as she had trouble keeping up with her class.

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Leading a normal, contented life

Izzudin Nordin (right), 23, shows up for work here at the Employment Project. His father sends him to United Voice’s office from their home in Kelana Jaya.

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Pandamaran – Still a village at heart

“This was all swamp land, and all the houses were wooden attap houses,” says Lim Ong Sian, a 60-year-old resident of Kampung Baru (KB) Pandamaran. Lim was only eight months old when his family was moved from his birthplace of Dengkil to the New Village.

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May 13: Recollections and reconciliation

“No no no, don’t talk about bad things, I cannot remember anything, bad things are better left forgotten. Forget it,” Foo May Lyn’s mother told her.

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Retelling different narratives

What do we know about May 13? What actually happened that led to the racial riots in Kuala Lumpur? A reading of various stories of May 13 was presented from May 11 to 13 in Penang and May 14 in Kuala Lumpur.

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Partnering police to reduce crime

Picture yourself picking up the phone and dialling 999 during a theft or burglary. You would expect to talk to a police officer, or someone who can help you.

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Evolution of Neighbourhood Watch-Community Policing

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Minimum wage debate rages

Jayayah Abdul Hamid, 47, works as a factory operator in Kajang. After 18 years of service, and with small increments, she is currently earning RM920.? She brought her elder daughter  to a Labour Day rally in Kuala Lumpur on May 1 to commemorate Workers Day and also to support a campaign to seek a minimum wage.?

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Community mappers and the challenges

Three community mappers have been hired by the state to survey the Orang Asli villages. None of them are professional surveyors, but they were provided training by the state last year.

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Community mapping for Orang Asli

Community mapping – a powerful tool in resolving land conflicts – became popular in Southeast Asia, especially among indigenous communities, in the 1990s.

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Last line of defence: The polling and counting agent

THOSE who want to play a larger part than just voting during elections can volunteer to help out a candidate during the campaigning period. However, there are two key positions that many volunteers overlook that are very important during the balloting process. These are the polling agent and counting agent, who ensure that the entire balloting and counting process is carried out in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations.

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Freedom of Information FAQ

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Greater transparency with sunshine law

Selangor made history when it became the first state in Malaysia to pass the Freedom of Information (FOI) Enactment at its state assembly on April 1. The state now joins more than 90 countries, including our neighbours Thailand and Indonesia, with an FOI law that recognises citizens’ right to information.

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