Selangor Times
Tuesday
21·11·2017
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

Yeoh to appeal NRD decision
SUBANG JAYA: It is simple enough when registering a baby as Malay, Chinese or Indian, but what do you do when the newborn is a culmination of two or even more races?

RM6m to landscape Khir’s mansion, court told
SHAH ALAM: The landscape work on Selangor’s former Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo’s mansion had cost as much as RM6 million, the Shah Alam High Court was told yesterday.

Awaiting outcome of ‘super mosquito’ tests
SUBANG JAYA: Results of the effectiveness of larva-eating Toxorhynchites (Toxo) mosquitoes, released to destroy the larvae of  dengue-carrying Aedes mosquitoes, are expected in 30 days.

Green Lane to remain state land
SHAH ALAM: No Temporary Occupation Licence (TOL) will be given to either Yayasan Selangor or nursery operators to protect two water pipes, each two metres wide, that lie beneath a stretch known as Green Lane.

Know Your Councillor: Tai Cheng Heng
SUBANG JAYA: Making sure municipality contractors repair potholes promptly to avert accidents is a major concern for Tai Cheng Heng. “It is their job to identity the potholes, prioritise the ones that need urgent attention, and take action immediately,” said the Subang Jaya Municipal (MPSJ) councillor.

Microcredit workshop for stall owners
PUCHONG: Small traders from all over Selangor took part in a basic training workshop held on May 26 on how to utilise Selangor’s Urban Poor Microcredit (Mimbar) programme.

New crematorium for Puchong by November
PUCHONG:  Construction of a new crematorium to cater to the needs of the growing township has started at Bandar Puchong Utama.? “There have been many requests for additional crematoriums in Selangor. The Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) will be the fourth local council to have one,” said Ronnie Liu.?

Religious leaders: Ignore provocation, stand united
SHAH ALAM: Various religious leaders were united in their call for peace and respect among their followers of different faiths in a dinner gathering last Saturday night. “We must reject any form of manipulation and exploitation of religion [by unscrupulous people] for their own personal gains,” said Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa, who is the president of Southeast Asian Interfaith Networking for Peace.

New MPSJ president clocks in
SUBANG JAYA: Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) officially welcomed the arrival of their new president Datuk Asmawi Kasbi on Wednesday June 1.

Hefty fine for apathetic developers
AMPANG: Developers who fail to monitor and maintain their hill slopes and flood mitigation ponds here will face up to RM250,000 in fines. The Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) said two warnings have already been issue to developers and land owners of risk-prone hills after heavy rains last month.

Environment-friendly bins for Klang
KLANG: New metal rubbish bins that can be drilled directly into the ground will be used by the munici-pality to encourage the public to keep the town clean.

Breaking racial barriers through football
SUBANG JAYA: A football league, organised by parents wanting to spend quality time with their children, is successfully breaking racial barriers on and off the pitch. “This is a brilliant experience in bringing together children and their parents to mingle in a multiracial environment,” said Desmond Teh, who coaches Team Rhino, one of 24 teams.

Orang Asli families get keys to new homes
KLANG: Six Orang Asli families at Kampung Bukit Perah in Banting received keys to their new homes under the Caring Government housing scheme.

RM6.5b water bailout criticised
SHAH ALAM: Several parties have criticised the federal government’s move to bail out the four troubled water companies in Selangor. “If this is not a bailout, what is it?” Association of Water and Energy Research Malaysia (Awer) president S Piarapakaran asked.

Crime woes in Puchong
PUCHONG: Frequent burglaries are causing alarm among Taman Puchong Utama Phase 3 residents who want an increased police presence. “Our area has had one to two break-ins a month since late last year. We are also afraid of being harmed as the robbers carry parangs,” said T Selvam.

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