NO reason has been given for the new ruling forbidding express bus operators from picking up and dropping off passengers at the Taman Sri Putri bus stand in Jalan Skudai.
RECOGNITION: 9th Darul Ta’zim Literary Awards celebrates local writers
JOHOR BARU: Seven Lions Clubs have contributed food and other necessities to Super Typhoon Haiyan victims in the Philippines.
KULAI: Fifty Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) students and lecturers received a warm welcome from Indah Water Konsortium Bhd (IWK) Skudai at Taman Selesa, near here.
DON’T HOLD YOUR BREATH: Muar townsfolk want to know how much longer the Tanjung Ketapang swimming pool complex will be left to rot
IF you exercise caution and courtesy while driving, accidents can be prevented.
RELAXING: The Pulai Desaru Beach Resort and Spa offers treatments to soothe tired muscles and joints
TWO WINNERS: SK Taman Nusa Perintis 1 comes out tops
KOTA TINGGI: Petronas Dagangan Bhd recently flagged off the "Experience to Believe, Powered by Primax" convoy of 130 super bikers cruising to Johor to join hands with the company's road safety awareness campaign at SMK Tanjung Datuk in Pengerang.
NEW RULING: Express bus operators, commuters upset that Taman Sri Putra location no longer allowed for picking up or dropping off passengers from Jan 1