Selangor Times
Tuesday
30·05·2017
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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Sijangkang rep replaces Hasan Ali
SHAH ALAM: Dr Ahmad Yunus Hairi was sworn in as state executive councillor at the Kayangan Palace on Wednesday. The Sijangkang assemblyperson took the oath of office before Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah.

Selangor to be more vigilant
KLANG: Selangor is taking immediate steps, including sacking disgruntled contractors and appointing new ones, to counter the sabotage of its rubbish collection services.

Joint effort needed to clean up river
KLANG: Collaboration between Putrajaya, Selangor and local authorities is needed to rehabilitate Klang River. Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said a joint effort was necessary because the river flows through Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.

Khalid: Planners to head local councils
KLANG: Urban and rural development planners will head local authorities to ensure Selangor’s cities and townships are planned properly.

Funds raised for court action against Lynas
SHAH ALAM: The RM160,000 raised by the Stop Lynas Coalition from a charity dinner here will be used to file an injunction against the project.

MBSA wants contractors to be committed
SHAH ALAM: Newly-appointed waste management contractors have been told not to squander the trust and opportunity to work with the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA).

MPSJ’s holiday homes get thumbs down
The municipal council here is being urged to rethink its plans to acquire holiday homes for its staff and reassess their budget priorities.

Know Your Councillor – Robert Tan
Easing the peak hour traffic snarl along Damansara Puchong highway (LDP) is one of the many problems that keeps Robert Tan awake at night.

More funds for temples and churches
Selangor has doubled its allocation for non-Muslim religious associations from RM3 million to RM6 million this year.

Dumpsite poses danger to food court customers
PETALING JAYA: An illegal construction dump next to a food court in Taman University is raising the ire of Taman Tunku assemblyperson  Lau Weng San.

Neighbourhood living in fear of more break-ins
SUBANG JAYA: Rampant burglaries at Taman Perindustrian UEP are giving residents the jitters. “We faced frequent break-ins last year,  up to five times a week,” said Taman Perindustrian UEP Residents Association (Tampura) chairperson Kenneth Tan.

Dead Klang voters to rise again?
KLANG: An increase in the number of deceased in the electoral roll is again raising the spectre of phantom voters. Charles Santiago, who wrote to the Electoral Commission (EC) over the increase of 6,245 voters in the Klang constituency, was shocked when told that they were dead.

Chinese New Year at MBPJ
PETALING JAYA: Three thousand people are expected to join the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) for their Chinese New Year celebration on Feb 4 at their premises.

Students to breathe easier
KLANG: Owners of a vacant land in Meru, where a foul stench has been emanating, will be told to clean up for the sake of students studying nearby.

TTDI market traders keep up the pressure
PETALING JAYA: A U-turn by authorities who now say the Taman Tun Dr Ismail  (TTDI) market will not be demolished is being met with scepticism by traders.

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