The issue of potholes and uneven road surfaces are back in the news, causing distress to motorists.
GEORGE TOWN: ART collectors, old and new, have a bargain on their hands in getting the best value for their money in a group exhibition at the Galeri Seni Mutiara, which ends on Sunday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Rapid KL Monorail Line started putting the first two of its Malaysian-made four-car trains into service recently, marking a new era for the service.
IPOH: SOME 250 ballerinas from the Dance Centre, here, danced their way to raise RM100,000 during a charity show, recently.
SEVERAL critical rivers in Selangor will undergo river improvement work, says the recently announced draft of the Selangor Structure Plan Study 2035 issued by the state’s Town and Country Planning Department recently.
Johor Baru: IF you are looking for a new way to celebrate your Christmas this year, the Grand BlueWave Hotel here is the perfect place to go.
JOHOR BARU: NEARLY 1,000 guests including disabled persons, volunteers from “Program Pemulihan Dalam Komuniti” (PDK or Community-Based Rehabilitation programme) in Johor, and representatives from the state Welfare Department (JKM) and districts offices attended the 2014 Persons With Disabilitie
GEORGE TOWN: THE Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP) urged dog owners to get licenses for their dogs or risk getting fined.
GEORGE TOWN: The Student Consultative Assembly (DPP) sitting in Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) can be used by other universities in the country to emulate its successful programme, said Dewan Rakyat Deputy Speaker Datuk Seri Dr Ronald Kiandee.
JOHOR BARU: A 70-year-old illegal scrap metal dealer threatened to injure himself when officers from the Johor Baru Central Municipal Council (MPJBT) raided his premises recently.
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