Nolee Ashilin (right) presenting a certificate of appreciation to Normah during the launch of the Kampar Community Library. With them is Kohijau-iCycle chairman Dr Richard Ng.
Monday, January 15, 2018
Friday, January 12, 2018
2 Jan 2018 by Manjit Kaur
Low (right) along with some volunteers helping Lee (standing left), clean up recyclable items inside her house.
Enough recyclable items to fill a small lorry were cleared from Lee’s home in Bercham.
METRO NEWS Tuesday, 9 Jan 2018 by Manjit Kaur
Ng (second from right) during a door-to-door campaign on dengue prevention, urging people not to keep unwanted items in their house
10 Jan 2018 by Amanda Yeap
Zambry (wearing cap) with Rusnah (in tudung) visited the flats with government agencies and NGOs to clean up the area and learn first-hand about issues affecting residents.
Ipoh City Watch and other NGOs took part in the clean-up works
Cleaners had a busy day clearing rubbish which included furniture and appliances.
The First Garden Flats was in a deplorable condition for years until the major clean up last Saturday
11 Jan 2018 by Ivan Loh
Ipoh City Council workers cleaning up the earthern trench that serves as a drain in Kampung Tersusun Bercham
Low (left) checking an illegal dumpsite in Kampung Tersusun Bercham, Ipoh.
Ipoh City Council collected five truckloads of garbage during the clean up at the area on Sunday.
Ipoh City Council workers cleaning vegetation in the neighbourhood.