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Monday, 30 May 2011

broadband : 'Wireless Village' to reduce the digital gap

Rembau : 30 May - Negeri Sembilan Government's agenda to achieve a broadband penetration rate to the overall regions.

credit to n9kini.com

All effort are being implemented to reduce the digital devide between the urban and rural areas also futher facilitate to the whole people in this state.

"1Malaysia's laptop distribution ceremony" by Dato' Seri Utama Dr. Rais Yatim to the Chief Minister,  Dato' Seri Utama Hj. Mohamad Hj. Hassan has been held at the Seri Rembau Hall, this afternoon.

In Negeri Sembilan, a total of 16 494 units of laptops will be delivered to all region and Rembau be the first area to recieve 2 600 units of laptops today.

Eight villages in district of Rembau will be getting broadband facilities 'Wireless Village' for the internet excess and 113 other villages across the the state will recieve the same facilities in stages.

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[picture] view from Terminal One

credit to Mohd JazLan

New electricity tariff in June

PUTRAJAYA: Effective June 1, the average domestic electricity tariff will be increased from 27.39 sen per kWh to 28.63 sen per kWh, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water Datuk Seri Peter Chin announced today.

He said only 25 per cent of domestic consumers will be affected. 

Those using less than 300kWh will be exempted from the increase until December.

Friday, 27 May 2011

Football: Terengganu pull away

Pahang goalkeeper Mohd Rosfaizol Anuar Ali challenges Terengganu’s Abdul Hadi Yahya in their Super League match yesterday. Terengganu won 5-0. — Picture by Aswadi Alias

TERENGGANU are back at the top of the Super League standings after blowing away Pahang 5-0 at home to build a three-point lead over previous leaders Kelantan, who suffered their first home defeat in Kota Baru yesterday.

Indra Putra Mahayuddin turned hero for T-Team when his injury time goal earned his side a 2-1 morale-boosting win over Kelantan.

Badrul Hisani Abdul Rahman silenced the passionate Kelantan fans at the Sultan Mohd IV Stadium by putting T-Team ahead in the 45th minute. But Kelantan equalised five minutes from time through Nurul Azwan Roya.

Selangor sunk deeper into trouble waters by losing 2-1 to Young Tigers A in a near-empty Shah Alam Stadium.

Tigers A scored against the run of play after a long cross into the penalty box found striker Izzaq Faris Ramlan, who guided the ball with his head into goal in the 41st minute. 

The visitors added their second through Syahrul Azwari in the 62nd minute before Safiq Rahim reduced the deficit for Selangor with a free kick two minutes later.

In Kuala Terengganu, Abdul Hadi Yahya turned hero by scoring a hat-trick for Terengganu in the 22nd, 53rd and 56th minutes.

Ashaari Samsuddin put Terengganu ahead in the 16th minute while Manaf Mamat added their fifth in the 75th minute.

In Cheras, Kuala Lumpur earned a point after they drew 1-1 with Negri Sembilan.

A fine free kick by KL forward Ahmad Hazwan Bakri broke the deadlock in the 24th minute, leaving Negri keeper Farizal Harun rooted to the spot. Aidil Zafuan Radzak levelled proceedings for Negri with a header, off a corner kick, in the 72nd minute. 

Thursday, 26 May 2011

Negeri Sembilan's Football Corruption : PBNS made a police report

Negeri Sembilan Football Association (PBNS) today made a police report on the issue of arranging matches among the management and President's Cup Squad.

In a press conference a the Wisma Negeri,  sad and aggrieved PBNS chairman explain that, PBNS forced to make a police report after recieving a report which there's individual and player willing to appear as a witness to the case.

He said, "issue of corruption in this tournament is very serious and must be stopped immediately before spreading and destroy the development of football in this country"

Dato' Seri Utama Hj. Mohamad Hj. Hassan also felt that corruption may also be found in Malaysia Super League match in view of inconsistent performances displayed by the team in recent games.

But after the police report made, the Chief Minister hoped that this will be solved and investigated thoroughly so that all parties involved will be the next to be claim.


New ‘route’ Terminal 2 being converted into a hypermarket

THE RM50mil Terminal 2 transport hub near Era Walk in Seremban is taking a new “route”.

The transport hub in the Era Baru Complex is being converted into a Mydin Hypermarket, one of the four outlets by Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd to open this year.
The Seremban outlet will start operations in August.
When the transport hub was first opened four years ago, the Commercial Vehicles Licensing Board (CVLB) issued a directive that all express bus operators relocate to the new air-conditioned hub to avoid congestion at Terminal 1.

entertainment venue : the MBO cineplex at the shopping complex

The state government had spent millions to build a covered walkway and a tunnel to connect Terminal 1 to the railway station, which is very convenient for commuters.
However, the bus operators wanted to remain at Terminal 1 where business was much better.
It was learnt that the state government had compromised on the issue by requiring only bus operators to the east coast states and the south to relocate to the new terminal, but this only lasted until October last year.
Only Konsortium Transnasional, Nice, Plusliner and Cityliner moved to Terminal 2, which was built in 2007.
The state government had hoped it could become a hub for all express bus operators but it fell short of expectations.
the way to go : the sign near Terminal 2
When the bus operators moved out from Terminal 2, some of the traders also moved out, citing poor business.

However, there is now hope for the traders who have opted to stay back.
Their businesses could pick up when Mydin starts operation.
For most who used the new hub, it reminds them of the “notorious” old Puduraya bus terminal, as it is a closed up area as opposed to Terminal 1 which is an open building.
“It is really hot in there because of the buses’ engines running. The building is meant to be a shopping centre and we are glad to know that a hypermarket is moving in,’’ said one senior citizen.
Come August, Seremban folks will have another place to purchase groceries. The multi-million shopping complex also houses a Marrybrown outlet and the MBO Cineplex which has six screens and is the only family-orientated entertainment hub.

Let's join the Ultimate Champion League 2011

26/5/2011 - the final day for registration. 
28/5/2011 - qualifying round at the Sport Planet Senawang.

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Registered team;
1. R.P.F.T
6. UB FC
12. MPS A
13. MPS B

iloveserembansays : come on guys, show your skills and talent. Today is the last day for registration, grab a place for your team for chances to win prizes. For more information please visit Sport Planet Senanwang.

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

RM200,000 donation to the PEYATIM for Tilawah al-Quran

Chief Minister, Dato' Seri Utama Hj. Mohamad Hj. Hassan delivered the State Government contribution of RM200,000 to Orphans Welfare Organisation of Malaysia (PEYATIM) in a simple ceremony at Wisma Negeri.

The donations are given to help the state government and expressed support for the organization of tilawah al-Quran which involving orphans all over the country were also represented by the ASEAN countries by PEYATIM, Negeri Sembilan.

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direct commuter route from Rembau to Kuala Lumpur

Negeri Sembilan wants to expand commuter route [view original post]

Mohamad Hassan launched the new commuter route from Seremban to Sungai Gadut
Commuter service ended in the city will be expanded until Rembau after the state council get the positive reaction from public that want the facilities to be build instantly.

Chief Minister, Dato' Seri Mohamad Hassan said, the proposal on the matter is being refined and  it will be submitted to the Federal Goverment and Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) for review.

iloveserembansays: it's nice to have such a bigger public facilities in our state.

Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Freeze on hiring of civil servants

SEREMBAN: For three months from June 1, the civil service will not be hiring or filling vacancies brought about by death or retirement among its ranks.
Public Service director-general Datuk Seri Abu Bakar Abdullah said the decision made by the Cabinet Committee on Employment and Salaries in the Civil Service was in line with plans to rationalise the public service.
The committee, chaired by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, made the decision on May 6.
“Apart from rationalising the public service, the aim is also to create a leaner workforce,” said Abu Bakar in a service circular.
There are currently some 1.2 million employees in service.
The directive, he said would include the hiring of employees by state governments, statutory bodies, local councils and federal departments.
However, Abu Bakar said candidates who have been called for interviews prior to the directive would still be considered for positions.
“It is my hope that ministries and agencies would not be submitting requests for restructuring or to recruit staff during the three-month period,” he said.
Abu Bakar said the PSD would audit all government departments and agencies to ensure they had sufficient staff.
Cuepacs president Datuk Omar Osman said they agreed with the PSD's decision to freeze intake for three months but said existing vacancies should be filled.
“It is fine with us if the three month freeze is to allow the PSD to conduct an audit on the number of employees in the civil service.
“But it should fill vacancies. We need the present number of employees to serve the country's 27 million population,” he said, adding that by Cuepacs estimates, the civil service needs an additional 100,000 employees.
Cuepacs is the umbrella organisation for unions in the public service.
Cuepacs said most departments and agencies would have vacancies as it took time to fill them. [TheStarOnline]

Monday, 23 May 2011

water supply disruption in four areas

This region will have water supply disuption on wednesday, from 8 am until the next day [view original post]

Some areas include, Kuala Pilah, Port Dickson, Rembau and this area will experience disruption of water supply.

areas which will experience water supply disruption

  • around Kuala Pilah town
  • Kampung Dioh Seberang Pekan
  • Taman Angkasa
  • Rantau town
  • Taman Delima Seliau
  • Taman Seri Damai
  • Air Kuning
  • Linggi
  • Chuah
  • bukit Pelandok
  • Kampung Chembong
Get ready!

The best Astrolabs around

Baitul Hilal Complex at Teluk Kemang [view original post]

Our Chief Minister, Dato' Sri Hj. Mohamad Hj. Hassan made a visit to Baitul Hilal Complex and told that he satisfied with the quality of work and the development of the project. 

Good news, the complex will be the best moon and star observation center with the most latest equipment and technology within this country and Asia generally.

Baitul Hilal Complex could be the most exciting place to visit around.

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