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Seberang Prai city council and seven entities sign joint charter
BUKIT MERTAJAM: A memorandum of understanding was signed between Seberang Prai City Council (MBSP) and representatives from seven entities at the city council headquarters here on Tuesday (Sept 17).
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Seberang Prai officially declared a city from Monday (Sept 16)
GEORGE TOWN: The Seberang Prai Municipal Council (MPSP) is set to be declared a city council on Monday (Sept 16) with president Datuk Rozali Mohamud officially...
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Jagdeep: I disagree with ministry's move to scrap people's housing project
GEORGE TOWN: The Housing and Local Government Ministry's move to stop building people's housing project (PPR) in the country has taken the state government by...
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Not a single sen spent by Penang Govt on PSP — Jagdeep
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 23): The Penang Government did not pay a single sen for the Penang Smart Parking (PSP) project, State Housing, Town and Country Planning and Local Government Committee chairman, Jagde...
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HK strife holds up Penang’s sensors
GEORGE TOWN: Unrest in Hong Kong that paralysed the island’s airport is to blame for the hiccup in Penang’s quest to implement smart parking, says Jagdeep Singh Deo.
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Not a single sen spent by Penang Govt on PSP — Jagdeep
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 22): The Penang Government did not pay a single sen for the Penang Smart Parking (PSP) project, State Housing, Town and Country Planning and Local Government Committee chairman, Jagde...
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Google to blame for Android parking app hiccup, says Penang exco man
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government said delays with Google’s mobile operating system had caused its smart parking app to remain unavailable to Android users for the past week.
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Zuraida: Three years needed to prepare local council election's working paper
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 18): The Housing and Local Government Ministry needs three years to prepare the working paper on the proposal to implement local council elections for the Cabinet’s approval.
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Three years needed to prepare local council election’s working paper: Zuraida
GEORGE TOWN: The Housing and Local Government Ministry needs three years to prepare the working paper on the proposal to implement local council elections for the Cabinet’s approval.
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Zuraida: Three years needed to prepare local council election’s working paper
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 17 — The Housing and Local Government Ministry needs three years to prepare the working paper on the proposal to implement local council elections for the Cabinet’s approval.
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Three years needed to prepare working paper on local council elections, says Zuraida
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): The Housing and Local Government Ministry needs three years to prepare the working paper on the proposal to implement local council elections for the Cabinet’s approval, says Zuraida Kamarudin.
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Storm-felled trees to be cleared in three days
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 13): The authorities expect to clear in three days all the trees uprooted by the heavy storm last Friday, Penang Housing, Town and Country Planning and Local Government Committee ch...
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Authorities to clear storm-felled trees in three days, says exco
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 13 — The authorities expect to clear in three days all the trees uprooted by the heavy storm last Friday, Penang Housing, Town and Country Planning and Local Government Committee ch...
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20% of reclaimed land will be reserved for affordable housing units: Jagdeep
GEORGE TOWN: A minimum of one-fifth portion of the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) land will be used to increase the number of affordable housing units, said Jagdeep Singh Deo (pix).
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20% of reclaimed islands for affordable housing units, says Penang
GEORGE TOWN: At least one-fifth of the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) land will be used for affordable housing units, said state executive councillor Jagdeep Singh Deo.
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One-fifth of PSR land reserved for affordable housing: Jagdeep
A minimum of one-fifth of the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) land will be used to increase the number of affordable housing units, said Jagdeep Singh Deo (above).
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Penang exco: 20pc of PSR land reserved for construction of affordable homes
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 11 — A minimum of one-fifth portion of the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) land will be used to increase the number of affordable housing units, said Jagdeep Singh Deo.
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Penang exco: 20pc of PSR land reserved for construction of affordable housing
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 11 — A minimum of one-fifth portion of the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) land will be used to increase the number of affordable housing units, said Jagdeep Singh Deo.
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Exco: Reports of more than 300 fallen trees received in Penang after freak storm
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 10 — More than 300 incidents of fallen trees were reported throughout Penang following heavy rains and strong winds which began at 10pm last night.
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Construction of Bukit Kukus paired highway 78% completed
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 8): Construction work on the Jalan Paya Terubong (Jalan Bukit Kukus) paired highway linking Paya Terubong and Relau here is now 78% complete and users are expected to be able to use t...
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Construction of Bukit Kukus paired highway 78 percent completed
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 8): Construction work on the Jalan Paya Terubong (Jalan Bukit Kukus) paired highway linking Paya Terubong and Relau here is now 78 percent complete and users are expected to be able t...
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Exco man accused of graft
IPOH: The Perak exco line-up has been hit with another controversy after one of its members, Abdul Yu­­nus Jamhari, was accused of soliciting kickbacks from two companies.
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Dr Wan Azizah: Indonesian maid claiming raped by Perak exco now with Welfare Dept
SERDANG, July 13 — The Indonesian worker who accused Perak lawmaker Paul Yong of rape is currently in the care of the Welfare Department, the deputy prime minister said today.
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MCA calls for exco member’s suspension, Umno wants a fair probe
PETALING JAYA: MCA has called for Perak exco member Paul Yong Choo Kiong to go on leave or be suspended from his post following a rape allegation, while Umno wants the investigation into the case to be free from political interference.
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Perak exco man may be asked to take leave if probe drags on, says MB
KUALA LUMPUR: The state executive councillor accused of raping his Indonesian maid may be asked to take leave if the police investigations take too long, says Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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LGE: Any action in Paul Yong rape allegation to be taken after police probe
KUALA LUMPUR: Action can only be taken against DAP assemblyman Paul Yong Choo Kiong, the state executive councillor, accused of raping his Indonesian maid, after the completion of police investigation, says DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.
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Malaysian state councillor accused of raping maid maintains innocence
IPOH - Paul Yong Choo Kiong (pic), the state executive councillor accused to have raped his Indonesian maid, has maintained his innocence.
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Rape accused maintains innocence
IPOH: Paul Yong Choo Kiong (pic), the state executive councillor accused to have raped his Indonesian maid, has maintained his innocence.
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Suspend implicated Perak exco man until rape investigation complete, says Perak PAS Youth
IPOH: Perak PAS Youth says the state executive councillor implicated in a rape case should be suspended from his position and duties until the case is resolved.
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Perak exco member Paul Yong says shocked and baffled by rape allegation
IPOH: The state executive councillor implicated in a rape case says he is totally shocked and baffled by the allegations made by his former maid.
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Case probed under rape, Perak exco member out on bail
IPOH: Police have taken statements from a 23-year-old Indonesian maid as well as the state executive councillor implicated in a rape case.
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S'gor deputy state secretary reported to be next Ipoh mayor
IPOH: Selangor state Economic Planning Unit director Datuk Ahmad Suaidi Abdul Rahim is reported to be the next Ipoh Datuk Bandar.
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Rozali is Seberang Prai mayor
BUTTERWORTH: Seberang Prai Municipal Council (MPSP) president Datuk Rozali Mohamud will become the new mayor.
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UCSI University campus to be set up in Tronoh, Perak by 2022, says exco
TRONOH, June 13 — A new university, comprising a college and an international school, will be set up in Tronoh by 2022, Perak Housing and Local Government Committee chairman Yong Choo Kiong said tod...
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UCSI University campus to be set up in Tronoh, Perak
BATU GAJAH: A new university, which comprises a college and an international school, will be set up in Tronoh soon, says Perak Housing and Local Government Committee chairman Yong Choo Kiong.
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Zero Plastic Bag Day on Mondays in Penang from July 1
GEORGE TOWN: After imposing a statewide ban on plastic bags 10 years ago, the state government has decided to take the initiative one step further – no plastic bags for shoppers even if they are willing to pay 20 sen starting July 1.
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Ipoh all abuzz over who will be next mayor
IPOH: The city, which has been without a mayor for the past few months, is now a hotbed for speculation on who’s taking over.
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Ipoh mayor candidate withdrawing? Not true, says Perak exco
IPOH: Rumours about the proposed candidate for Ipoh mayor withdrawing at the last minute is not true, says state executive councillor Paul Yong.
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Penang open to naming road after S.M. Idris
BUTTERWORTH: The state will consider naming a road after late Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) president S.M. Mohamed Idris, says Local Government Com­mittee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo.“If there are suggestions to name a road after him, we will definitely take it into consideration,” he said during a press conference at the Seberang Prai Municipal Council headquarters yesterday.
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Penang govt in search of new landfill on island
GEORGE TOWN (May 13): Penang Housing, Town and Country Planning and Local Government Committee chairman, Jagdeep Singh Deo called on real estate stakeholders to seek for a new landfill site on the i...
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Authorities allegedly cracking down on shrines in Alor Setar
ALOR SETAR: Enforcement officers from a local council demolished a shrine built on private land near here Thursday (May 9), a day after news of it being sealed went viral.
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Illegal land works detected at 108 lots in Penang
GEORGE TOWN (May 2): Illegal land development works have been identified at 108 lots in Penang, said State Housing, Town and Country Planning and Local Government Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh De...
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Illegal land works detected at 108 lots in Penang
GEORGE TOWN: Illegal land development works have been identified at 108 lots in Penang, said State Housing, Town and Country Planning and Local Government Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo today.
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Contractors who dumped debris into the sea nabbed after being caught on camera
GEORGE TOWN: The contractors who dumped construction debris into the sea from an open air parking lot in Lebuh Farquhar here on April 19 were nabbed within four hours, after a security camera caught their lorry's licence plate number.
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Perak govt pledges to build 50,000 affordable houses by 2022
IPOH, April 23 — The Perak government will build 50,000 affordable houses by 2022, the state legislative assembly was told today.
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Additional RM4m allocation for basic facilities in Pahang
KUANTAN (April 22): The government, through the Housing and Local Government Ministry, has approved an additional allocation of RM4.4 million for building basic infrastructural facilities in Pahang.
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Additional RM4m allocation for basic facilities in Pahang
KUANTAN: The government, through the Housing and Local Government Ministry, has approved an additional allocation of RM4.4 million for building basic infrastructural facilities in Pahang.
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Karpal’s family celebrates fifth death anniversary and court win
GEORGE TOWN: It has been five years since Karpal Singh’s death but family members still choked with emotion as they celebrated the anniversary at the Wadda Gurdwara Sa­­­­hib in Gurdwara Road.
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New Ipoh mayor to take over by end of the month, says Perak MB
POH: A new Ipoh mayor is expected to start duties by the end of this month, says Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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New laws to compel low-cost house holders to sell back to govt
GEORGE TOWN (April 5): Penang is serious in putting a stop to the reselling of its low-cost (LC) and low medium-cost (LMC) houses in the open market, and is in the midst of drafting new laws to that e...
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Regular audit on PPR tenants
GEORGE TOWN (March 14): The Penang government will continue to conduct regular audits on the tenants of the People’s Housing Programme (PPR) in the state to see whether they are still eligible to ...
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Penang aiming for more rent-to-own schemes
GEORGE TOWN (March 9): As the number of applicants for affordable homes keeps rising in Penang, the state authorities are planning to have more rent-to-own schemes, reported The Star.
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Evicted Taman Manggis PPR residents can return for three days
GEORGE TOWN (March 9): Residents evicted from Taman Manggis People’s Housing Project (PPR) units have been allowed to return for three days until Monday to pack up their belongings, reported The Sta...
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Seeing red over new parking fees
I REFER to the report “‘Over 90% support new parking system’” (Sunday Star, March 3) on the new standardised parking system to be implemented in Perak from April 1.
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New law needed to smoothen redevelopment process of old buildings
TANJUNG BUNGAH (March 8): Penang Housing, Town, Country Planning and Local Government Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo hopes a separate law on urban regeneration could be proposed to the Attorney ...
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Non-Penangites can now buy affordable homes in state to address overhang
GEORGE TOWN (Jan 29): Non-residents of Penang are now allowed to purchase affordable homes in the state as the authorities here attempt to fix the “overhang situation”.
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Penang’s overhang addressed
GEORGE TOWN: Non-Penangites will now be able to buy affordable housing units here in a move by the state government to address the overhang situation.
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State award sweeps 60-year old retiree off her feet
KUALA PILAH: Never in her wildest dreams did road sweeper Chan Mun Thye think she would ever be appreciated, much less receive a state award.
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Penang's residential overhang relatively low, smart city agenda on track
PETALING JAYA (Jan 2): State Housing, Town, Country Planning and Local Government Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo said that the property market in Penang was still strong despite reports of overh...
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Exemption to help boost housing market
GEORGE TOWN: The Finance Ministry’s exemption of stamp duty for first-time homebuyers for properties up to RM1mil will help spur the housing market, says Penang state exco member Jagdeep Singh Deo.
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