KUANTAN: A fallen no-entry signage at the Kuantan Perdana business centre here has irked many visitors into the area.
A reader has come forward with a claim that a dog has been abused for the past two months in Pandan Perdana.
A Hong Leong Bank customer has complained of the bank’s cash deposit machine aborting his transaction at two branches in SS15 Subang Jaya and Paramount Garden.
Rubbish, strewn in a heap by the roadside in Kampung Tok Sani in Butterworth, has made life difficult for nearby villages.
A motorist who received a summons for parking illegally in Jalan Pudu is wondering whether Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) still offers discounts for summonses.
IPOH: The Kinta Manufacturing Association (KMA) is upset over illegal dumping and open burning activities in Taman Rishah 2, near the Silibin Industrial Area here, which has been going on for more than three years.
The authorities have been urged to be more vigilant of touts luring tourists into unlicensed passenger boats for visits to islands at the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park off here.
A carpark between Taman D.R. Seenivasagam and Waller Court Flat in Ipoh has become an eyesore, with rubbish thrown strewn eveywhere.
CONCERNED of Bukit Sentosa, Rawang, Selangor, was shocked when told she has to pay a RM1,000 deposit to use the Sungai Choh Community Hall, which is five times higher than last year’s charges.
A long-TIME Seremban resident laments the attitude of many who have been dumping rubbish, posing a health hazard and creating an eyesore.
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