Maxis service hitch fixedKUALA LUMPUR: Maxis Communications Bhd experienced a technical problem in one of its mobile switching centres on Thursday, causing a temporary service disruption for its customers here and in Petaling Jaya.
“We apologise for the inconvenience caused. We are currently monitoring the network closely to prevent any further service disruptions,” said Maxis chief technology officer Richard Zawila, adding that full services were resumed at 11pm.
Post-paid customers can call 03-7492 2123 if they experience further service disruption while Hotlink users can contact customer service at 1-300-820-120.
Worker killed in assaultMUAR: A 26-year-old nursery worker was killed when several men attacked him, his elder brother and a friend while they were having tea at a hawker centre at Jalan Datuk Haji Hassan here on Thursday.
Pang Ting Yo, from Bukit Kangkar near Tangkak, was stabbed in the attack, which occurred at 11pm.
Pang’s brother and his friend were not injured in the assault and they managed to bring him to the hospital here but he died shortly after midnight.
Report: Give guided toursKUCHING: Museums in the country should provide a variety of guided tours to attract more local visitors, according to a recent survey by the Department of Museums and Antiquities.
“In order to attract people, specific themes targeted at different age groups should be offered. Event tours are of interest too,” the survey recommended in its findings contained in a report released during a museums seminar at Civic Centre here yesterday.
Most of the respondents in the survey indicated that they wanted museums to provide education to complement the curriculums of educational institutions and to promote cultural heritage.