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Perak gov't repairs slopes along Jalan Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands
IPOH (Sept 11): The Perak government is repairing six collapsed slopes along Jalan Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands to avoid any untoward incident in these areas.
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Perak govt repairs slopes along Jalan Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands
IPOH: The Perak government is repairing six collapsed slopes along Jalan Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands to avoid any untoward incident in these areas.
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Perak govt repairs slopes along Jalan Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands
IPOH, Sept 11 — The Perak government is repairing six collapsed slopes along Jalan Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands to avoid any untoward incident in these areas.
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Cracks found on MRR2 Ampang-Cheras exit ramp
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 14): The Public Works Department (JKR) has found cracks on one of the pier heads at the slip road from Ampang to Billion/Cheras roundabout from the Middle Ring Road 2 here.
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Cracks found on MRR2 Ampang-Cheras exit ramp
KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Works Department (PWD) has found cracks on one of the pier heads at the slip road at Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) here leading from Ampang to the Billion/Cheras roundabout.
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Cracks found on MRR2 Ampang-Cheras exit ramp
KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Works Department (JKR) has found cracks on one of the pier heads at the slip road from Ampang to Billion/Cheras roundabout from the Middle Ring Road 2 here.
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JKR will consider installing railing along accident-prone Batu Kawa road after four-car crash
One of the vehicles involved in the accident at Jalan Batu Kawa on the morning of July 10.
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PWD to repair slope at Penang landslide area
GEORGE TOWN: The Public Works Department (PWD) will repair a slope at the site of Tuesday’s deadly landslide to ensure that the road to Batu Ferringhi is safe to use.
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Earthworks by resort caused Batu Ferringhi landslide, PWD reports
GEORGE TOWN: The Public Works Department (PWD) today said the cause of the landslide in Batu Ferringhi last night was due to unauthorised earthworks at the bottom of the slope, causing it to give way.
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Penang CM orders safety study on entire Jalan Batu Ferringhi after fatal wall collapse
GEORGE TOWN, June 26 — The Public Works Department (PWD) has been ordered to carry out a safety study on the whole 15km length of Jalan Batu Ferringhi following the collapse of an illegal retaining ...
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Sibu Sikh Temple to have own hostel soon
SIBU: Thanks to the state government, the Sibu Sikh Temple (Gurdwara Sahib Sibu) will have its hostel for worshippers soon.
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Sibu Sikh Temple plans to have hostel for worshippers
SIBU: Thanks to the state government, the Sibu Sikh Temple (Gurdwara Sahib Sibu) will have its hostel for worshippers soon.
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School facing termite woes
JOHOR BARU: One of the state’s oldest special schools, SK Pen­didikan Khas Princess Elizabeth, is in dire need of repairs as some of its buildings have been infested by termites.
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TM, PWD collaborate towards enhancing public services with IoT
KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Works Department (PWD) is set to be the pioneer in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technology for the Malaysian government and its agencies.
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Hasanuddin focuses on traffic, schools in Semenyih
SEMENYIH: The rapid increase in population resulting from the development of numerous new housing areas in Semenyih has resulted in traffic congestion and overcrowded schools here.
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Melaka to spend RM3m a year to build homes for hardcore poor
MELAKA (Feb 26): The state government here is planning to spend RM3 million a year in a housing programme to help the hardcore poor, reported The Star today.
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Penang High Court heritage building gets RM17m facelift
GEORGE TOWN, Jan 4 ― The 116-year-old Penang High Court building will soon undergo massive restoration works costing RM17 million.
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