Selangor Times
Tuesday
21·11·2017
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

Tight rein on contractors
Rubbish collection contractors servicing the city have been urged to take their jobs seriously or face dismissal.

Taskforce to check spending
A taskforce to ensure smooth implementation of the Petaling Jaya City Council’s (MBPJ) 2013 budget will be set up in March.

Selangor mulls early polls
Selangor may dissolve the state assembly after Feb 24, which is also Chap Goh Meh, if the Federal government had yet to announce the general election by then.

MPK holds public auction
A total of 294 items, including tables, chairs and TVs, were auctioned off at the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) enforcement department headquarters yesterday.

Fishing with poison at Pulau Ketam
Some councillors here are calling upon the Department of Fisheries to put an end to poison fishing, which is affecting the aquatic ecosystem at Pulau Ketam.

Review of waste collection contracts
Waste management contracts here may be reduced to two or three years instead of the current five years which has been found to be too long by the council.

Licence fee hike on the cards
Higher licence fees many be imposed on Batu Caves traders to open stalls during Thaipusam next year to offset the high cost of waste collection in the wake of the annual event.

Move to reduce staggering OT claims
Working in shifts is being proposed to bring down the staggering overtime (OT) claims by the council’s enforcement department.

Pothole-ridden road resurfaced again
A 500-metre stretch of road at Jalan Perdana 6/2 has been  resurfaced for the fourth time in five years and residents are keeping their fingers crossed that the job has been done right. 

Report against Bible threat
Local community leaders have lodged a police report against Datuk Ibrahim Ali for calling for the burning of Malay-language Bibles which contain the word “Allah”.

Early Thaipusam for thousands
Thousands of devotees thronged Batu Caves yesterday to avoid the expected 1.6 million crowd for Thaipusam on Sunday.  

Inquiry over council’s Bangi temple notice
An internal enquiry into the Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) has started to determine if its enforcement officers were at fault for the Sri Maha Mariamman temple debacle.

Cheers for poor students
There were smiles all round among 500 needy students from 12 vernacular schools when they received schoolbags from Carlsberg Malaysia as part of the company’s “I Love School” programme.

Apply minimum wage equally
  THE implementation of the minimum wage of RM900 per month has riled up the business community, prompting them  to lobby for a review of the minimum wage, particularly on migrant workers.    

Security guard ‘beaten to death’
A security guard was allegedly beaten to death by uniformed police officers and a mob on Wednesday, making this a second custody death in as many weeks.

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