Selangor State Government's free water policies

  • Pakatan wins Selangor

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  • General Elections Results Announced

  • Free water in Selangor from June

    Some one million households in Selangor will still get their 20 cubic metres of free water effective June 1, Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said today.
  • Selangor to review water pact, MB wants papers on deal declassified

    The Selangor Government will review the agreement signed between the state and Puncak Niaga Holdings Bhd which allows the company to operate, manage and maintain the Sungai Sireh water treatment plant in Tanjung Karang.
  • Free Water For Selangor

    Selangor residents will get to enjoy the first 20 cubic metres of water free after all from June now that the state government has agreed to conditions set by water concessionaire Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas).
  • Selangor will face water crisis from 2012

    The federal government is maintaining that Selangor will face a water crisis beginning 2012 if the Pahang-Selangor water transfer infrastructure and other mitigation projects are not implemented.
  • Syabas battles Selangor’s free water with new fund

    Selangor utility Syabas launches its Tabung Budi fund last friday, in a bid to tackle what it sees as the lopsided blanket distribution of free water by the Pakatan Rakyat state government.
  • 'Free Water' policy: Selangor’s poor lose out

    200,000 low-cost flats residents left out of free water policy
  • Selangor introduces private hime ownership scheme

    The Selangor state government introduced a private home ownership scheme today to encourage its citizens to buy residential properties.
  • Selangor to spend extra RM61m for free water

    The Selangor government has had to spend an additional RM61 million for their free water programme this year after exceeding the RM150 million allocated in its budget.
  • MCA wants Selangor government to provide more free water

    MCA Petaling Jaya Selatan today sent a memoradum to Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim concerning the state's free water policy to demand subsidies given to flat dwellers to be backdated to March 2008