Selangor Times
Issue 118



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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Polls code violators to be shamed
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Walking with the disabled
A walk with the disabled over 7.1km around Sunway is being organised on Nov 27 to promote “accessible tourism” and raise awareness of the need for more disabled-friendly facilities.

Council accounts open to public scrutiny
The financial statements of all 12 local governments in Selangor are open to public scrutiny. “The financial records are made available at state departments like the Land Office, state agencies, in community libraries and even school libraries,” said state executive councillor Ronnie Liu.

Rising tourism spots in Selangor
The swiftlet ecology park Kuan Wellness in Tanjung Sepat, Strawberry Leisure Farm, and tubing and white water rafting in Hulu Selangor are among the growing tourist attractions in the state. Agro-tourism in Sekinchan, Gold Coast Morib, and petting zoo Rabbit Fun Land in Semenyih are also attracting an increasing number of visitors, executive councillor on tourism Elizabeth Wong told the state assembly.

RM3.54 bil highway in the works
A mega highway connecting the state to the north of Perak is expected to cost some RM3.54 billion. “The project is still under the planning stage The Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM) is determining the locations of tolls in the state,” said state executive councillor Datuk Hassan Mohd Ali.

Better evaluation of free tuition needed
The state admitted that it has failed to monitor the results of needy Form Five students under its free tuition programme. “We haven’t been able to keep track of the students’ SPM (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia) results,” executive councillor on education and human capital development Dr Halimah Ali said at the state assembly yesterday.

Fundraising dinner for school, suraus
Two suraus and an Islamic school will soon have new roofs, thanks to a fundraising dinner here on Wednesday night. Kinrara assemblyperson Teresa Kok, who organised the dinner, said the money would be used to repair dilapidated roofs at the suraus and build a roof over the school’s open assembly area.

Land titles at last for 800 families
A three-decade-long wait for titles is drawing to a close for residents of a Chinese New village here as their applications are finally being processed. Some 800 families from Kundang Tambahan, Pekan Kundang and Selayang Tin have been trying to get titles to legally own the land that they have settled on and developed since the early 1970s.

Pua: Kedai Rakyat not cheap
Claims by Putrajaya that goods at Kedai Rakyat 1 Malaysia (KR1M) are cheaper by 30-50% have been proven untrue by Tony Pua. The Petaling Jaya Utara MP said on Wednesday that although some goods at KR1M are cheaper, the difference in price is not significant.

New building for spastic association
The Spastic Children’s Association of Selangor and Federal Territory will be able to accommodate more children with better facilities once their new building is completed in 2015. State ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah was present yesterday for the groundbreaking of the new nine-storey building, located next to their current centre on Lorong Utara A.

State GLC profits to fund social programmes
Prudent financial management and an increase in revenue have raised the state’s budget from RM1.4 billion in 2011 to RM1.9 billion in 2012, enabling Selangor to fund more social programmes. The Menteri Besar announced that RM300 million from dividends paid by state government-linked corporations (GLCs), royalty from sand mining and other revenues would be used to fund Selangorku social initiatives.

MBPJ budget: RAs seek more participation
Residents Associations (RA) here are asking for bigger roles in making the initiatives unveiled recently in the Petaling Jaya City Council’s 2012 Budget a success. Among the initiatives the RAs have given a thumbs-up to are free parking for hybrid cars, free installation of Light- Emitting Diode (LED) bulbs, and the move to landscape parks in the city.

RM1,500 minimum wage from next year
Starting next year, employees of Selangor-owned companies will be the first to enjoy a minimum wage of RM1,500 per month, the Menteri Besar announced at the tabling of the state budget on Wednesday. “The minimum wage increase is to deal with the rise in cost of living,” Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said while unveiling the 2012 budget, which has increased to RM1.6 billion from 2011’s RM1.43 billion.

Kok rebuts naysayers on school land
A local MCA leader is being urged to lobby Putrajaya to approve and build three schools on land approved by Selangor, rather than make baseless allegations against the state. “MCA Puchong chair[person] (Datuk) Wong Hock Aun is barking up the wrong tree by falsely accusing the state of not having approved the land … but merely ‘supporting’ the schools,” said Teresa Kok.

Insufficient funds for road upgrades
With 800 km of roads under their jurisdiction, the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) is hard pressed to maintain them with an annual allocation of RM5 million.

Mobile counters for renewal of business licences
Mobile counters are being set up at five locations in the city to make it easier for owners here to renew next year’s business licences.

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