It has been a relatively quiet morning with smooth traffic in Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya and Ampang following the implementation of the total lockdown nationwide today.
Long lines, minus physical distancing, reappear at Bangladesh High Commission Passport Service Centre in Pekan Ampang. The same was highlighted by Twentytwo13 last year. Nothing has changed.
Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob says action by Ampang condominium management to fine a toddler RM100 for not wearing a face mask in the lift is unreasonable.
The once peaceful neighbourhood in Taman Dagang Permai Timur, Ampang has turned into a nightmare ever since the Sungai Besi Hulu Klang (SUKE) highway construction project began three years ago and yet no one seems to be listening to their woes.
Enforcers visit Bangladesh High Commission Passport Service Centre in Ampang in bid to prevent Covid-19 outbreak but the crowd’s gone.
Long queues outside the Bangladeshi High Commission Passport Service Centre have been the norm all these years. But now it is striking fear in the locals in Ampang who see it as a Covid-19 time bomb.
Life in Ampang is a nightmare for residents who have to battle daily traffic woes, constant water cuts and poorly planned development.
Why is the Local Government and Housing Ministry allocating RM1 million to councils to set up designated smoking areas? It should focus on making housing affordable for all.
Video of Edi Rejang berating beer promoter at Ampang hypermarket shows the scary and heartwarming sides of Malaysians.