Selangor Times
Thursday
29·06·2017
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

Welcome relief for leasehold owners
SHAH ALAM: Residents with leasehold titles, which are fast expiring, are welcoming the RM1,000 policy that allows them to extend their leases for another 99 years. Michael Muniandy was among those who were overjoyed to hear the news announced on Wednesday.

Village polls kick off next month
SHAH ALAM: Residents from three New Villages will go to the polls next month to elect their leaders for the first time. The move to allow Chinese villagers to select their own Village Security and Development Committee (JKKK) chiefs is the first step towards restoring local government elections.

Premium relief for landowners
SHAH ALAM: Owners of leasehold properties, holders of Temporary Occupation of Land (TOL) licences and those who have just converted the status of their land are set to benefit from the state government's latest scheme. In a bid to lighten the financial burden of such landowners, Selangor has introduced the Private Residential Ownership Scheme for property owners to pay RM1,000 first to renew their leases instead of the normal hefty premiums.

Factory workers push for minimum wage
SHAH ALAM: The demand for minimum wage echoed through the halls of the Selangor Youth and Cultural Complex as a thousand workers came together voice their demand for a fairer deal.

Residents say no to car park
PETALING JAYA: A proposed school car park under high-tension wires in PJU 3 Tropicana has sparked concerns among residents of Laman Impian Condominium of a possible landslide if the project is approved.

Berkeley development on hold
KLANG: The developers of a proposed high-rise near the already congested Berkeley roundabout have two weeks to tackle residents’ objections before the status of the project is decided.?

State allocating suitable land for orphanage
SHAH ALAM: The state is locating a suitable site to house the Madrasah Al-Taqwa orphanage following last Saturday’s landslide which claimed16 lives.

Most welfare homes unlicensed
SHAH ALAM: An alarming nine in 10 welfare homes in Selangor are operating illegally. The state has ordered all licensing authorities to act now before another tragedy recurs. Only 82 out of the 865 welfare homes – both charity- and profit-based – are officially registered with the Social Welfare Department and local authorities.

Melawis field to get upgrade
KLANG: A four-decade wait to have their park repaired is almost over for residents of Taman Melawis after discussion with the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) on Sunday.

Residents seek help to repair roofs
PORT KLANG: Residents of Taman KEM flats are turning to the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) and state government for funds to repair their dilapidating roofs.

More baby hatches to patch broken families
PETALING JAYA: The rise in the number of baby dumping cases in Selangor has pushed Orphan Care to set up a second baby hatch in Ulu Klang, Kuala Lumpur. The second hatch will be up and running within the year, following the successful launch of the first baby hatch in Petaling Jaya in May last year.

Hostel operators clear the air with MPSJ
SUBANG JAYA: Student hostel owners had a heated but fruitful discussion on Monday with the local council on new guidelines that will be enforced next month.

Noisy makeshift hostels annoy neighbours
SUBANG JAYA: Neighbours of makeshift hostels, which cater to private colleges in the municipality, are voicing their frustration at having to deal with ill-behaved students.

Orang Asli welcome inquiry on land issues
KUALA LUMPUR: Orang Asli communities have pledged their support for the first national inquiry into indigenous peoples’ land rights that will begin next month. Spearheaded by the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam), the year-long inquiry will investigate systemic land problems plaguing indigenous communities in the country.

Know Your Councillor: Yew Boon Lye
KLANG: Yew Boon Lye (pic) is planning to improve the facilities in his service zone’s open spaces like playgrounds and exercise areas. “We already started upgrading Butterfly Park, and will soon be doing maintenance work on the other 20-over parks in my area,” said the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) member.

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