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Chaos and confusion, says rep on Putrajaya’s decision to appoint own community leaders
Dennis Ngau MIRI: The plan by the federal government to appoint its own community leaders in Sarawak would only bring chaos to the state’s administration works and create confusion among the people...
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Putrajaya to appoint community leaders in Sarawak, 4 other states under revamped system
by Irene C KUCHING: The federal government will appoint its own community leaders following a cabinet decision to revamp the current appointment system, said Housing and Local Government Deputy Min...
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Another 6-month delay for Cypark WTE
PETALING JAYA (Sept 13): Cypark Resources Bhd's waste to energy (WTE) incinerator plant in Ladang Tanah Merah, Port Dickson, Negri Sembilan cannot begin operations due to some technical issues with th...
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Health screening machines needed at Sabah international entry points, says deputy CM
SEMPORNA, Sept 8 — Health screening machines are needed at all international entry points in Sabah, as a measure to prevent the spread of viruses that could be carried by tourists, as arrivals conti...
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Johor DOE, fishery department directed to investigate dead fish in HSA, Pantai Lido area
TANGKAK: The state Department of Environment and Fisheries Department have been directed to investigate the cause of fish dying in Pantai Lido and drains near the Sultanah Aminah Hospital (HSA), near ...
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Hazmat unit releases ammonia gas at chicken farm
JASIN: The Fire and Rescue Department’s Hazardous Materials Unit released ammonia gas trapped in gas piping at a chicken processing farm in Merlimau.
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N. Sembilan govt studying how to deal with roaming cattle
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan government has realised that it must take the bull by the horns and find a way to prevent cattle breeders from allowing their cattle to roam because it has led to a very d...
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Hazmat releases ammonia gas into the air in Merlimau
The Fire and Rescue Department’s Hazardous Materials Unit (Hazmat) has started releasing the ammonia gas trapped in gas piping at the chicken processing farm in Merlimau, Malacca, in stages last nig...
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Hazmat releases trapped ammonia into the air in Merlimau
JASIN, Sept 4 — The Fire and Rescue Department’s Hazardous Materials Unit (Hazmat) has decided to release the ammonia gas trapped in gas piping at a chicken processing farm in Merlimau, in stages ...
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My political affiliation not important, says Kuching city’s new mayor
KUCHING, Sept 3 — Newly sworn-in mayor of Kuching South City Council (MBKS) Datuk Wee Hong Seng today stressed that people should not question his political affiliation as it is not important.
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Mayor Wee proposes formation of joint-committee of MBKS, DBKU councillors
Wee taking his oath of office as the fifth mayor of MBKS.
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Johor: Dead fish incident at Pantai Lido not due to pollution
JOHOR BARU: The main cause of the mass of dead fish found along Pantai Lido here is due to ecosystem changes in the water and not pollution from effluents, says Johor Local Government, Urban Wellbeing and Environment Committee chairman Tan Chen Choon.
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Sabah International Convention Centre to be ready early next year – CM
Shafie (fifth left) flanked by his ministers (from left to right) Phoong, Frankie, Peter, Christina and Dr Yusof (fifth right) and Ewon (fourth right).
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Perak Exco accused of rape to go on leave (Updated)
IPOH: Perak state executive councillor Paul Yong Choo Kiong has decided to take leave to focus on his trial in which he is accused of rape.
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Perak MB to meet Yong over exco post
IPOH: Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu will meet Paul Yong Choo Kiong soon to discuss his position in the state executive council after Yong was charged yesterday with raping his maid.
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Perak DAP exco to be charged for rape tomorrow — sources
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 22): DAP Perak assemblyman Paul Yong Choo Kiong, who allegedly raped an Indonesian domestic worker, is expected to be charged in court tomorrow, sources told theedgemarkets.com.
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Perak police resubmit investigation papers on rape case involving Exco member
IPOH: Perak police have resubmitted the investigation papers concerning a State Executive Council (Exco) member linked with the alleged rape of a housemaid to the Attorney-General’s Chambers for fur...
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Uggah: School principals, headmasters have authority to call for school closure should API hits 200
Uggah (centre) speaking to reporters after chairing the meeting.
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Perak police resubmit investigation papers on rape case involving exco member
Perak police have resubmitted the investigation papers concerning a State Executive Council (Exco) member linked with the alleged rape of a housemaid, to the Attorney-General’s Chambers for further ...
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Police resubmit investigation papers on Perak exco’s alleged rape to AGC
IPOH, Aug 19 — Perak police have resubmitted the investigation papers concerning a State Executive Council (Exco) member linked with the alleged rape of a housemaid to the Attorney General’s Cham...
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Perak cops resubmit investigation papers on rape case involving exco member
IPOH (Bernama): Perak police have resubmitted the investigation papers concerning a state executive council (exco) member linked to the alleged rape of a housemaid, to the Attorney-General’s Chambers for further action.
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Johor govt to monitor wild jumbo sightings in Ulu Tiram, says state rep
JOHOR BARU, Aug 16 — The Johor government is closely monitoring the development of a group of wild elephants seen in some areas near Ulu Tiram and as reported on social media recently, state Local G...
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Sarawak bans Zakir Naik from entering the state
SIBU: The Sarawak government has banned Zakir Naik from entering the state.
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NS govt willing to help out Nora Anne’s family
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan state government is ready to offer a helping hand to the family of Nora Anne Quoirin, 15, the Irish girl who has been missing from The Dusun resort in Nilai near here sinc...
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Bamboo among alternatives being looked at to replace conventional piling
MELAKA (Aug 6): The geotechnical research team from the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) is studying the use of bamboo, natural fibre and certain waste products to replace conventional piling wor...
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PPR lift mishap: Incident investigation findings will be out soon, says deputy minister
KUALA TERENGGANU, Aug 3 — The results of investigation into what had caused the lift to plummet at the Kampung Kerinchi people’s housing project (PPR) in Kuala Lumpur, which left eight people inju...
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Sarawak DCM tells Zuraida to get facts right, insists village headmen paid regularly
KUCHING, July 29 — Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah today said Local Government and Housing Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin should get her facts right before accusing the state government ...
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Seven PR1MA projects aborted
KUANTAN: The Pahang state government cancelled seven 1Malaysia Public Housing Projects (PR1MA) Pahang, said the State Exco for Housing and Local Government Abdul Rahim Muda.
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Sabah authorities need to ensure markets feature public facilities, says deputy CM
TAWAU, July 28 — All local authorities in Sabah should ensure that public facilities are provided at weekly and normal markets for the convenience of traders and customers including foreign tourists...
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Abang Johari: Kuching Festival Fair a boon to tourism sector
Dr Sim (fourth left) preparing to launch Kuching Festival Fair 2019 with a MBKS mascot gimmick, while other invited guests look on.
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Ipoh to pioneer use of waste trap system to mitigate flash floods
IPOH (July 26):  Ipoh City Council will soon get a new system to trap waste in drains, rivers and lakes to reduce flash floods to reduce the incidences of flash floods, Housing and Local Government (...
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Public awareness of solid waste segregation still not satisfactory
KUALA LUMPUR: Public awareness of solid waste segregation has yet to reach a satisfactory level although the government has made this compulsory since September 2015.
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Public awareness of solid waste segregation still not satisfactory
KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): Public awareness of solid waste segregation has yet to reach a satisfactory level, although the government has made this compulsory since September 2015.
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Public awareness of solid waste segregation still not satisfactory
KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): Public awareness of solid waste segregation has yet to reach a satisfactory level although the government has made this compulsory since September 2015.
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Public awareness of solid waste segregation still not satisfactory
KUALA LUMPUR: Public awareness of solid waste segregation has yet to reach a satisfactory level although the government has made this compulsory since September 2015.
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Public awareness of solid waste segregation still not satisfactory, says deputy minister
KUALA LUMPUR, July 24 — Public awareness of solid waste segregation has yet to reach a satisfactory level although the government has made this compulsory since September 2015.
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Repair of barrage at Malacca river mouth to be carried out soon
MALACCA: The project to fix the malfunctioning barrage at the Malacca river mouth, which is said to be the cause of floods in the state, will be implemented this year, said Finance Minister Lim Guan E...
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Repair of barrage at Melaka river mouth to be carried out soon, says minister
MELAKA, July 20 — The project to fix the malfunctioning barrage at the Melaka river mouth, which is said to be a cause of floods in Melaka, will be implemented this year, said Finance Minister Lim G...
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District councillors cannot tender for devt projects – Jaujan
Jaujan (seated third right) with participants who attended the Roles and Responsibilities of the District Council Members Seminar 2019.
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Melaka Assembly in chaos over Idris Haron’s Facebook hashtag
MELAKA, July 18 — The Melaka State Assembly sitting became chaotic over the hashtag #MelakaKotor Boss used by Opposition Head Idris Haron each time he posted an article on his official Facebook acco...
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Melaka state assembly in war of words over Idris Haron's FB postings
The Melaka State Assembly sitting became chaotic over the hashtag #MelakaKotor Boss used by opposition head Idris Haron (above) each time he posted an article on his official Facebook account.
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119 local authorities given four-star rating
KUALA LUMPUR (July 17): Out of a total of 151 local authorities, 119 received four-star rating through the Local Authorities Star Rating System (SPB-PBT) evaluation carried out nationwide last year.
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Sabah Deputy CM: 1,308 PPR housing units ready, three more projects in pipeline
KOTA KINABALU: Some 1,308 People's Housing Project (PPR) units are now open for application in three different districts in Sabah, says Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Jaujan Sambakong.
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Landscape Department proposed in every district
Jaujan (seated seventh) and Mursidi (seated sixth left) together with participants of the course yesterday.
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DoE moves in at Pasir Gudang
JOHOR BARU: The Department of Environment will continue to monitor air quality and factories in Pasir Gudang to prevent any pollution incident from happening again.
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Paul Yong turns up for work amid rape probe
IPOH: Paul Yong Choo Kiong, the Perak state exco member who is being investigated for allegedly raping his Indonesian maid, today turned up for work at his office at the Perak State Secretariat.
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MPN loses almost 500,000 annually to illegal billboards: Exco
NILAI: The Nilai Municipal Council (MPN) has suffered losses of almost RM500,000 annually due to the illegal billboards constructed by irresponsible parties along the North-South (PLUS) Expressway in ...
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N. Sembilan govt gives priority to providing adequate infrastructure in industrial areas
SEREMBAN (July 9): The Negeri Sembilan government always gives priority to providing adequate infrastructure in the state as part of its efforts to attract investors here.
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N. Sembilan govt gives priority to providing adequate infrastructure in industrial areas, says Teo
SEREMBAN, July 8 — The Negri Sembilan government always gives priority to providing adequate infrastructure in the state as part of its efforts to attract investors here.
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Proposal for Sukau to become sub-district to spur economic growth
KINABATANGAN (July 8): The Sabah government will propose that its planned development of the town of Sukau, near here, is included in the 12th Malaysia Plan to facilitate the area’s categorisation...
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MCA criticises DAP’s role in new village election
SEREMBAN: MCA has commended the state Pakatan Harapan for holding the first election in a Chinese New Village post-GE14, but slam­med DAP for dominating the contest.State MCA chief Siow Koi Voon said DAP, led by Seremban MP and Transport Minister Anthony Loke, made frequent visits to the Paroi Chinese New Village to secure support for the party’s candidate.
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Johor looks into moving out high-risk chemical factories
ISKANDAR PUTERI: The Johor government is drawing up a sustainable town development plan for Pasir Gudang as a long-term measure to address environmental pollution in the area.
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Sustainable development plan to address pollution in Pasir Gudang
ISKANDAR PUTRI: The Johor government is drawing up a sustainable town development plan for Pasir Gudang as a long-term measure to address environmental pollution in the area.
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Johor MB: Sustainable development plan to address pollution in Pasir Gudang
ISKANDAR PUTERI, July 7  — The Johor government is drawing up a sustainable town development plan for Pasir Gudang as a long-term measure to address environmental pollution in the area.
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Sustainable development plan to address pollution in Pasir Gudang
The Johor government is drawing up a sustainable town development plan for Pasir Gudang as a long-term measure to address environmental pollution in the area.
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429 illegal billboards detected along PLUS highway in Nilai
SEREMBAN (July 6): The Nilai Municpal Council (MPN) had detected 429 illegal billboards along the North-South Expressway (PLUS), said Negeri Sembilan Urban Wellbeing, Housing, Local Government and N...
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429 illegal billboards detected along PLUS highway in Nilai
SEREMBAN: The Nilai Municpal Council (MPN) has detected 429 illegal billboards along the North-South Expressway (PLUS), said Negeri Sembilan Urban Wellbeing, Housing, Local Government and New Village ...
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Rep: Paroi village election a democratic test
SEREMBAN: The decision by the state government to hold an election at the Paroi Chinese new village tomorrow to elect a new village chief is an experiment to see if the move is workable.
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Ten Pasir Gudang factories taken to task for various environmental wrongs, Johor exco says
PASIR GUDANG, July 3 — The authorities have taken action against ten factories, with six premises being issued compounds, two ordered closed and another two served with court action during an integr...
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Affordable housing: No official records showing state govt submitted land to federal ministry – Voon
Voon Shiak Ni KUCHING: Special officer to the federal Housing and Local Government Ministry Voon Shiak Ni said there were no official records showing that the state government had submitted 10 parcel...
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Wee: Stop toying with public health and safety
PETALING JAYA: The Pakatan Harapan government is putting the lives of the people at risk due to its incompetency in quickly tackling the Pasir Gudang air pollution incident, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
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Sarawak minister denies Zuraida’s claim about land handover
KUCHING, June 24 — State Minister of Local Government and Housing Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian today denied claims by his federal counterpart, Zuraida Kamaruddin, that the state government has yet to hand ...
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'Pasir Gudang schools detected LPG odour, informed authorities'
The Johor Environment Department, the Hazardous Materials Team (Hazmat) and the Emergency Medical Rescue Services (EMRS) and other agencies will continue to monitor the air quality in two schools in P...
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Pantai Hills resort yet to get approval from local council
SEREMBAN (June 12):  All 11 resorts at Pantai Hills Resort in Jalan Jelebu, near here, which have been operating for the past 10 years, have yet to get approval from the Nilai Municipal Coun...
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Pantai Hills Resort yet to get approval from local council
SEREMBAN: All eleven resorts at Pantai Hills Resort in Jalan Jelebu, near here, which have been operating for the past 10 years, have yet to get approval from the Nilai Municipal Council (MPN). State...
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MCA keeps tabs on the govt
KUALA LUMPUR: MCA has launched its Government Monitoring Committee (GMC) to keep tabs on the Pakatan Harapan government.
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Multi-level car park next to Shah Alam new bus terminal planned
SHAH ALAM: The Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) will construct a multi-level car park next to the new bus terminal in Section 17 here for the benefit of its users.
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Negri gives last chance to owners of illegal billboards
SEREMBAN: Owners of only 60 of 454 billboards put up illegally along the North-South Expressway (NSE) stretch running through Negri Sembilan have submitted applications to legalise them despite being given ample notice to do so.
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Councillors stage walkout over Ramadan bazaar
JOHOR BARU: Several members of the Iskandar Puteri City Council (MBIP) staged a walkout during its full council meeting in protest against alleged misuse of power by mayor Datuk Adib Azhari Daud.
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Sabah postpones charging of assessment on palm oil plants
KUDAT (May 23): The Sabah Government has postponed with immediate effect the charging of assessment on palm oil processing plants, including those that plan to invest in the State.
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Committee to investigate illegal resort — Negeri Sembilan MB
SEREMBAN (May 22): The Negeri Sembilan State Government has set up a committee to investigate and check on the legality of a resort said to have been operating on Jalan Jelebu, near here.
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Committee to investigate illegal resort: Negri MB
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan state government has set up a committee to investigate and check on the legality of a resort said to have been operating on the beach at Jalan Jelebu, here.
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Negeri Sembilan to investigate illegal resort on beach
The Negeri Sembilan state government has set up a committee to investigate and check on the legality of a resort said to have been operating on the beach at Jalan Jelebu in Seremban.
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Committee to investigate illegal resort — Negeri Sembilan MB
SEREMBAN (May 22): The Negeri Sembilan State Government has set up a committee to investigate and check on the legality of a resort said to have been operating on Jalan Jelebu, near here.
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Discolouration, foul smell in Sungai Melaka not caused by pollution: Exco
MELAKA (May 22): The discolouration, foul-smell and dead fish in Sungai Melaka are not caused by pollution, but believed to be due to the ocean current, said State Housing, Local Government, Environme...
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Discolouration, foul smell in Sungai Melaka not caused by pollution — Exco
MELAKA (May 21): The discolouration, foul-smell and dead fish in Sungai Melaka are not caused by pollution, but believed to be due to the ocean current, said State Housing, Local Government, Environme...
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Discolouration, foul smell in Malacca River not caused by pollution: Exco
MALACCA: The discolouration, foul-smell and dead fish in Malacca River are not caused by pollution, but are believed to be due to the ocean current, according to state Housing, Local Government, Envir...
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Discolouration, foul smell in Sungai Melaka not caused by pollution, says state exco
MELAKA, May 21 — The discolouration, foul-smell and dead fish in Sungai Melaka are not caused by pollution, but believed to be due to the ocean current, said state Housing, Local Government, Environ...
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HBA appeals to Federal Court in Kondo Sri Istana EOT case
PUTRAJAYA (May 14): The National Housing Buyers’ Association representing 104 Kondo Sri Istana homebuyers has presented three appeals at the Federal Court today against the Controller of Housing (Co...
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HBA appeals to Federal Court in Kondo Sri Istana EOT case
PUTRAJAYA (May 14): The National Housing Buyers’ Association representing 104 Kondo Sri Istana homebuyers has presented three appeals at the Federal Court today against the Controller of Housing (Co...
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Zuraida clarifies affordable housing policy for civil servants
KUALA LUMPUR (May 13): The government will no longer provide allocation of affordable homes built by the government for civil servants and Housing and Local Government (KPKT) Minister Zuraida Kamarudd...
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Jagdeep: Penang looking out for new landfill site on island
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): Datok Keramat assemblyman Jagdeep Singh Deo called on real estate stakeholders to seek a new landfill site on the island, to reduce illegal dumping in the state.
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Penang looking out for new landfill site on island, says Jagdeep
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): Datok Keramat assemblyman Jagdeep Singh Deo called on real estate stakeholders to seek a new landfill site on the island to reduce illegal dumping in the state.
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Putrajaya urged to transfer authority over health and education to Sarawak, says Dr Sim
KUCHING, May 7 — Sarawak has asked the federal government for an order from the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to transfer executive functions over health and education to the state, the state’s Local Gove...
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'Missing' Ipoh mayor to be replaced within a month
The new Ipoh mayor will be appointed within one month, said the State Executive Councillor for Housing, Local Government, Public Transport, Non-Islamic Affairs, and New Villages, Paul Yong Choo Kiong ...
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Ipoh mayor to be appointed within a month
IPOH: The new Ipoh Mayor will be appointed within one month, said the State Executive Councillor for Housing, Local Government, Public Transport, Non-Islamic Affairs and New Villages, Paul Yong Choo K...
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New Ipoh Mayor to be appointed within a month, says state exco
IPOH (May 4): The new Ipoh Mayor will be appointed within one month, said the State Executive Councillor for Housing, Local Government, Public Transport, Non-Islamic Affairs and New Villages, Paul Yon...
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Ipoh mayor to be appointed within a month
IPOH (Bernama): The new Ipoh mayor will be appointed within one month, says state Executive Councillor for Housing, Local Government, Public Transport, Non-Islamic Affairs and New Villages, Paul Yong Choo Kiong.
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New Ipoh Mayor to be appointed within a month, state exco says
IPOH, May 4 — The new Ipoh Mayor will be appointed within one month, said the State Executive Councillor for Housing, Local Government, Public Transport, Non-Islamic Affairs and New Villages, Paul Y...
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Zuraida not ignoring group against incinerators
KUALA LUMPUR (May 1): Housing and Local Government (KPKT) Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin (pictured) has assured the public that she is not ignoring the concerns of a local group against incinerators.
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Businessmen who hire foreigners to run their shops may face heftier penalties
KUALA LUMPUR (April 26): Local traders found abusing the small business permits by hiring foreigners to run the business will be penalised more than the current maximum penalty of up to RM2,000 and on...
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Businessmen who hire foreigners to run their shops may face heftier penalties
KUALA LUMPUR (April 25): Local traders found abusing the small business permits by hiring foreigners to run the business will be penalised more than the current maximum penalty of up to RM2,000 and on...
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Govt plans to impose heavier penalties to prevent business permit abuse, says deputy minister
KUALA LUMPUR, April 25 ― Local traders found abusing the small business permits by hiring foreigners to run the business, will be penalised more than the current maximum penalty of up to RM2,000 and...
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Govt plans on heavier penalties to prevent business permit abuse
KUALA LUMPUR: Local traders found abusing the small business permits by hiring foreigners to run the business, will be penalised more than the current maximum penalty of up to RM2,000 and one-year imp...
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No tax increases planned, PM tells potential investors in China
BEIJING: Malaysia has no plan to increase taxes, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has assured foreign investors.
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State govt will resolve issues of abandoned Rasah Heights project: Exco
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan government is committed to resolving issues concerning the abandoned Rasah Heights housing project, says State Urban Wellbeing, Housing, Local Government and New Village C...
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New Johor Exco told to reduce politicking, stay focused
ISKANDAR PUTERI (April 22): The newly appointed Johor State Executive Council (Exco) members have been reminded to reduce politicking and stay focused on their job of administering the state in the in...
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Three new faces in Johor’s revamped exco to be announced today
JOHOR BARU, April 22 — Three new Johor Pakatan Harapan (PH) assemblymen will be appointed to the state’s executive council to replace two who were dropped and fill a newly-shaped portfolio, accord...
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Sabah to provide site for east coast Rela training centre
TUARAN: The Sabah government will be providing a site to build another Malaysian Volunteers Corps Department (Rela) Training Centre in the East Coast of the state, said Deputy Chief Minister Jaujan Sa...
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MB of Johor faces first big test
TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad ma­­naged to take a breather last weekend.
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