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“What I hate about gotong-royong is that not everybody put the extra effort to clean. 2 of my team members (we were assigned to different groups, how dodgy is that?) went missing, looked for them everywhere and poof!”
“Mohd Yazid said the article which appeared in Sinar Harian under the headline "Umno Prihatin Nasib Rakyat Daif" based on a gotong-royong organised by Tanjong Karang Umno Youth was false as he was never interviewed by the reporter.”
“The "gotong-royong" spirit, not only between grassroots leaders but also with the residents, could be adopted, as it was in the early days of Singapore.”
“With the amendments, the scope will be clearer and wider for stern action to be taken against the culprits because the existing Act only covers direct-selling schemes and not the pyramid, get-rich-quick and scratch-and-win schemes, and sales offers made via SMS or facebook," he told reporters after attending a gotong-royong event in Bandar Kemayan, near here, Sunday.”
“In fact, she said, schools and Parent-Teacher Associations are encouraged to organise gotong-royong at least once a week to ensure no areas in schools have the potential to breed mosquitoes.”
“After the 15-minute "job" today, self-employed Ramli, 44, and the others enjoyed a meal, also prepared under the "gotong-royong" (self-help) concept by the people.”
“Apart from that, Saffree also suggested that local leaders hold more community activities like gotong-royong so as to ensure environmental cleanliness as well as to practise a healthy lifestyle.”
“However, since it belongs to a group of private owners it is not that easy a task," Zambry said after launching a gotong-royong function at the village yesterday.”
“Community participation in gotong-royong is important to fight the menace," he said.”
“There will be a "gotong-royong" For the first two period.”
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