Residents of Tecoma, a village 40km east of Melbourne in Australia, took their campaign against a fast food giant to a ‘higher note’ with this creative performance.
A group of Malaysians marched to Parliament to hand over a memoradum to the Home Minister and register their opposition to the Prevention of Crime Act that have been tabled.
So much time has been spent discussion the legacy of the three premiers we have had since 1981. But in many ways, it is a pointless exercise, especially when it comes to discussing Najib and Abdullah.
Blog visitor Sharon, a Tecoma resident, speaks about the campaign: It’s great that the “NO Maccas in Tecoma” campaign has gone international. Tecoma is a small town in the Dandenong Ranges and although it is not far from major suburban areas near Melbourne, it still possesses that quiet, small town atmosphere.