Selangor Times
Saturday
19·08·2017
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

Congestion fears over condo project
AMPANG: A 37-storey condominium project here has come under fire by residents fearing traffic congestion caused by indiscriminate parking. “The main entrance to the two-block condominium leads to Jalan Melur Utama, which is not a very wide road to begin with,” said K Selvakumar.

Woman town planner to helm MDKS
SHAH ALAM: On July 1, Noraini Roslan will assume the helm at the Kuala Langat District Council (MDKS) as president, marking the first time a woman has been selected to lead a council in Selangor.

Councils need police backup to be effective
SUBANG JAYA: Local councils in Selangor have refuted allegations that they turn a blind eye to illegal massage centres in the state, pointing out that joint raids are conducted regularly with police. While the councils go about issuing summonses to illegal massage operators, they are unable to prosecute the offenders in court.

Selangor wants full disclosure
by AELB on radiation leak
SHAH ALAM: Selangor is calling on the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) to disclose details of the radiation leak at a radiopharmaceutical company which contaminated four workers on June 2.

PJS1 tent dwellers to get affordable housing
PETALING JAYA: Three families in PJS1, who are living in tents where their village once stood, have been assured by the state of proper housing at nearby low-cost flats. Iskandar Samad met the residents, formerly of Kampung Muniandi, whose homes were demolished in 2000 to make way for development.

Tender exercise hits a snag
SHAH ALAM: Local councils seeking to reduce their expenditure on cleaning services by tendering contracts to other operators have hit a legal snag. Waste management concessionaire Alam Flora Sdn Bhd has obtained a stay pending a court decision on its application to stop local governments from selecting their own contractors for street cleaning jobs

A place to call home for troubled teenage girls
SHAH ALAM: A home for troubled and pregnant teenage girls has been opened by the state in an effort to help change lives and reduce the number of abandoned babies.

Premium aid for villagers
GOMBAK: More than 1,000 villagers who cannot afford to pay premiums for the renewal of leaseshold titles or Temporary Occupation Licences (TOL) for their homes stand to benefit from the discount being offered by the state. 

Wet and deplorable conditions at Palma flats
KLANG: Leaky ceilings are proving to be a daily nightmare for residents of Bandar Botanic Palma flats with no end in sight. “I feel cheated. The leakage is happening in all 14 blocks of flats. Why should I fix my own leakage? That is not fair,” said Kamarul Zaman Ibrahim.

Hillside residents still fearful
GOMBAK: A state lawmaker wants authorities to take action to prevent more landslides around Templer’s Park. Gan Pei Nie pointed out that a major landslide at Bukit Kanching in 2009 received scant attention.

Learn from Hong Kong’s success story, says civil engineer
PUTRAJAYA: From establishing strict hillslope regulations and incentives to upgrading construction practices, Malaysia has much to learn from Hong Kong, said engineer Tu Yong Eng.

Local councils to create hillslope database
PUTRAJAYA: Selangor has allocated RM5 million for local authorities to create a hillslope and geological database to monitor high-risk areas systematically in a bid to prevent deadly landslides.

Know Your Councillor: Wan Hasrina Wan Hassan
AMPANG: Heavy rain and heightened fears of landslides after the recent Hidayah Madrasah Al-Taqwa orphanage tragedy are keeping Wan Hasrina Wan Hassan busy as she monitors the slopes around Ukay Perdana.

Commonwealth recognition for Selangor’s FOI law
SHAH ALAM: Selangor’s historic move to pass the Freedom of Information (FOI) enactment has been highlighted in the global journal The Parliamentarian.

No racial quotas for YS scholarships
SHAH ALAM: There are no racial quotas imposed on applications for Selangor state government education lo Halimah Ali.

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