PETALING JAYA: THE traffic flow reversal in Jalan Yong Shook Lin, taking place at 12.01am tomorrow, is the finishing touch to the implementation of the controversial one-way loop system here.
KLANG: Single mothers from the Pertubuhan Ibu Tunggal Semarak Kasih Selangor benefitted from the Dance for Fund Charity dinner where RM100,000 was raised, recently.
PUCHONG :FIVE student teams emerged as finalists in Perfect Eagle Development’s The Parkreation Design Challenge 2014 which vied to design an environmentally friendly upcycle park at the new O2 City@Puchong South, recently.
ANIL Prakash has been watching squash since he was three years old. His father Prakash Mathavan used to take him to tournaments in Kota Kinabalu in 2009 and the boy was inspired to play the sport.
GEORGE TOWN: WHEN he was a boy 62 years ago, Singodayan Sillappan was full of energy, jumping around and diving – the good traits of a football goalkeeper.
KUALA LUMPUR: JINJANG Utara residents are alarmed by rising petty crime, especially snatch theft and robbery, in their neighbourhood, which saw three reported cases in two months.
GEORGE TOWN: WHERE artist Tommy Chen is concerned, the koi fish is the epitome of gentleness, obedience, peace, joy and beauty.
SERDANG: This year’s Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture & Agrotourism (MAHA) exhibition is aimed at boosting the participation of young entrepreneurs in agriculture.
GEORGE TOWNTHE public toilet at the Air Itam wet market is no ordinary public amenity. Despite being part of a popular wet market which serves more than 100,000 residents in one of the most densely populated constituencies here, the public toilet and its facilities have remained clean.
KUALA LUMPUR: Floods, especially in cities, are largely attributed to the failure of developers to conduct “carrying capacity” tests.
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