Gerakan Youth calls for immediate enforcement of child seats in cars Chai Ko Thing: Make child seats in cars compulsory now (26.4.17)

Gerakan Youth Legal Bureau Chairman cum Bukit Gasing state seat coordinator, Chai Ko Thing called on the government to make child restraint system … [Read more...]

Azmin: Tarik notis roboh, cari premis sesuai untuk sekolah Rohingya (3.4.17)

Kerajaan Selangor sudah menarik balik notis meroboh sekolah kanak-kanak Rohingya di Sri Serdang dan sedang mencari premis sesuai bagi menempatkan … [Read more...]

Generasi Gemilang: Giving hope to needy students (11.10.16)

A mentorship programme by Generasi Gemilang, a not-for-profit foundation has become more than just an avenue for learning for students from poor and … [Read more...]

ZikaVirus At A Glance (5.9.16)

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Plans to curb dengue epidemic outdated, says expert (17.7.15)

While the incidents of dengue cases has reached unprecedented levels, plans to combat the epidemic are still very much outdated, claimed S Veeramohan, … [Read more...]

FT Ministry to shut down liquor outlets in Brickfields (16.7.15)

The Federal Territories (FT) Ministry has initiated action against standalone outlets selling liquor in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur. City Hall would … [Read more...]

Langat 2 only way to solve Klang Valley water woes, says group (30.6.15)

The Langat 2 water treatment plant and its distribution system (LRAL2) is the only way to resolve the water crisis in Selangor and the Klang Valley, … [Read more...]

Probe into Klang’s industrial pollution (26.6.15)

The Selangor Department of the Environment (DOE) is investigating complaints of industrial pollution and irresponsible dumping of hazardous waste from … [Read more...]

Poll respondents urge authorities to clean up Klang (27.6.15)

The royal town of Klang has certainly seen better days. The former state capital used to be known for its fresh seafood, good shopping and rich … [Read more...]

High number of dengue cases in Klang worries Selangor Sultan (27.6.15)

Dengue is officially an urban disease. Petaling Jaya, Hulu Langat and Klang districts top the list with the highest number of cases and fatalities … [Read more...]

M’sia could face largest dengue epidemic ever (24.6.15)

The country is probably facing the largest dengue epidemic it has ever seen, with over 40,000 cases reported and 157 deaths this year. Health … [Read more...]

Ministry to distribute 100k dengue kits in KL, Selangor, Johor (21.6.15)

A total of 100,000 home dengue protection kits will be distributed in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Johor starting next month in an effort to address the … [Read more...]

Ban politicians from NGOs, says Indian NGO (6.6.15)

PETALING JAYA: The leader of an Indian-based society has urged the Registrar of Societies to disqualify politicians and those holding elected public … [Read more...]

‘Better to neuter strays’ (5.6.15)

SELANGOR SPCA patron Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye has called on state governments to direct all local authorities to abandon plans to catch and destroy stray … [Read more...]

PM Launches 2 Initiatives To Help Chinese SMEs (5.6.15)

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today launched two initiatives to assist local Chinese small and medium enterprises (SMEs) -- the … [Read more...]

Najib Approves RM100 Million To Uplift Socio-economy Of Indians (5.6.15)

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has approved RM100 million to the Special Unit for Socio-Economic Development of the Indian Community … [Read more...]

Nine councils in Selangor want control of community centres returned to them (3.6.15)

IT HAS been more than seven years since the call was made by the state government to “return” the management of all community halls in Selangor to the … [Read more...]

New breeding spots for Aedes (22.4.15)

AEDES mosquitoes are ‘going green’ as they are now choosing trees and plants as their breeding spots. The part where leaves of the banana tree, … [Read more...]

Task force to better manage flood mitigation efforts (8.4.15)

A NEW body set up by the state government will look into reducing and solving flood woes in Selangor. Created in March, the Flood Mitigation Task … [Read more...]

‘Little Napoleons’ preventing funds from reaching target groups, claims PKR rep (26.3.15)

Opposition lawmakers today have called for more transparency by the government on how funds for middle-class communities are being utilised. Noting … [Read more...]