Bandar Tun Razak residents want MACC to probe possible 'foul play' in sale of a football field.
DBKL wants to brief Bandar Tun Razak residents on redevelopment, but won't listen to feedback.
Residents at a people’s housing development recount how they fell three floors while trapped in a faulty lift.
UPDATED 3.17PM | Segambut MP tells BN to reveal its own KL land sales if it wants answers from Penang.
FT Ministry is allocating the sum for people’s housing and public housing projects in the federal capital.
But a DBKL official says no procedure was breached in sale of the Bandar Tun Razak football field to a developer.
DBKL promised them new houses, but they have not seen the plan or told where the units will be built.
MPs ask what has happened to DBKL's mobile app KLCares, meant to facilitate management of public complaints.
This is to ensure the safety of pedestrians and the motorcyclists, says KL mayor.
Sentul villagers take their complaints to Sentul IPD after earlier reports came to naught.
Nurul Izzah says KL's development must prioritise inhabitants, not greedy developers.
The 23-year-old nabbed over a scuffle with DBKL officers is granted RM1,500 bail.
DBKL man claims cyclist assaulted him, but eyewitness says the cyclist was slapped.
Kuala Lumpur city mayor Mhd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz has refuted allegations that there were no such things
as white elephant projects by City Hall, as reported earlier by Star Metro
Projects that fell victim to vandalism don't make it a white elephant, says KL mayor.
UPDATED 2PM | City Hall does not suggest how the two groups should split the bill.
PKR wants KL ratepayers to elect the City Hall's advisory board members.
I am likely to remember Wednesday Jan 3, 2017 for a long time, and more so for many motorists who have parked their cars at Fraser Business Park, Kuala Lumpur on that morning.
About 6,500 parents of children of PPR and PR residents will benefit from the service provided by DBKL.
Starting Jan 1, DBKL will enforce new guidelines for renovation works on houses in KL.
UPDATED 4.42PM | Nurul Izzah points out DBKL as a joint venture partner should take responsibility.
The site will be used for Umno's new 70-storey office and hotel tower.
DBKL will not hesitate to take legal action against the organisers if they fail to pay up.
UPDATED 1.03PM | Both the applications are not approved, says KL mayor.
Mayor Mhd Amin Nordin denies a press report on the matter, saying it was not true.
UPDATED 1.55PM | The application cites 'procedural impropriety' on DBKL's part in raising fees without consultation.
Unfair compensation fears, corruption claims and differing interests leave the community fractured.
This follows last month's arrest of DBKL officials over alleged abuse and graft.
UPDATED 7.06PM | Syed Afendy Ali faces nine counts of corruption and nine counts of money-laundering.
The anti-graft body is investigating the officer for corruption involving contracts with the city cermatorium.