Selangor Times
Wednesday
28·06·2017
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

Temple gets RM10,000 for renovations
A Buddhist association will finally have the means to purchase a signboard and replace its aging air-conditioners after receiving a RM10,000 grant from the state on Sunday.

PKNS officials’ courtesy visit to Selangor Times
The Selangor Times office here received an entourage from the public relations unit of the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) who were briefed on the newspaper’s operation.

Licences go online in Subang Jaya
Residents can now visit Subang Jaya Municipal Council’s (MPSJ) website to renew dog licences, book municipality halls or even seek permits to put up banners or buntings.

Hotel operator in trouble over apartment plan
A hotel which is allegedly offering buyers service apartment units may be violating its Planning Permission (PP) obtained from the Subang Jaya Municipal Council.

New market for Seri Kembangan traders
Chaotic traffic conditions in Seri Kembangan are set to improve with the relocation of illegal traders at the market along Jalan Besar and Jalan 10/3.

Staff being recruited for freedom of information law
Selangor is in the process of appointing information officers in its state departments, statutory bodies and local governments to enforce its Freedom of Information Enactment.

Higher rental for garbage compactors affecting services
Former waste management contractors are raising fees for renting out their garbage compactors to new contractors, contributing to a disruption in waste collection.

Kim Sin reappointed as PAC head
Lee Kim Sin (Kajang-PKR) was reappointed chairperson of Selangor’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Tuesday.

Call to clamp down on illegal budget hotels
Local councils have been directed to close down illegal budget hotels before they start operating in order to nip the problem in the bud.

Hike in Cemetery Trust Fund payment
Compulsory contributions to the state’s Cemetery Trust Fund have been increased to between RM300 to RM500 since April last year to meet the demand for public burial grounds.

Lights off in Shah Alam
In conjunction with Earth Hour, all lights at the state secretariat and other state-owned buildings will be turned off for an hour from 8.30pm this Saturday.

Be eyes and ears of council, people urged
The public has been urged to be the eyes and ears of the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) to curb operations of illegal massage parlours and cybercafés in the municipality.

New rules to help flats get free water
Flat residents without individual meters can register with their local council’s Commissioner of Building (COB) to enjoy Selangor’s free water programme from next month.

Sultan: Set aside political differences
The Sultan of Selangor on Monday advised all state lawmakers, regardless of political affiliation, to cooperate with the state administration for the sake of the people’s welfare.

Two city councils, municipality benefit from waste transfer station
The waste disposal capacity of three local governments has increased with the operation of a transit station in Shah Alam.

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