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Topic: State Urban Wellbeing

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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SEREMBAN (March 16): The State Government will continue to work with the Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association (REHDA) to address the issue of people who cannot afford to own houses.
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SEREMBAN (March 15): The State Government will continue to work with the Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association (REHDA) to address the issue of people who cannot afford to own houses.