December 12, 2008
December 10, 2008
From blankets and birth certificates to cots and uniforms worn by staff, every aspect of the Hello Kitty hospital is emblazoned with the feline motif.
Patients are welcomed by a statue of Hello Kitty dressed in a doctor's uniform, before travelling in a Hello Kitty elevator to a pink examination room with Hello Kitty posters on the wall.
Other reminders are "No Pavement Pizza" which depicts a person being sick in the street and "Don't Pee Anti-Social" which shows someone urinating in a public place.
The £20,000 'Respect our city' scheme is designed to reduce anti-social behaviour such as swearing, spitting, litter dropping and dog fouling.
December 9, 2008
A taskforce set up to represent residents affected by the landslide feels it has enough grounds to sue as the authorities failed to act in time to avert the tragedy that has taken four lives so far.
Taskforce chairman Datuk M. Muniandy said the committee had engaged lawyers to prepare the lawsuit and identify the authorities to be named in the suit. Read More ...
Cucu Tok Selampit: Now the arrogant, selfish, and ungrateful residents are going for the civil suit. After what have Malaysian done to them. Bravo. Thank you so much. Don't you think that you need two to tango? But This time, there are three, the authority, the developers and you morons. Please collect money and help them with their law suit! After all, what they have been doing all these years? Why cannot they sue the authority before?