Stamping out dirty outlets

Rozali visiting exhibitors showing handicraft made from recyclable items after launching the Seberang Prai Recycling Day.

THE cleanliness of food outlets on mainland Penang will be graded either A or B from next year; no more C.

“We don’t want to have dirty restaurants in the city from next year.

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