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UNLICENSED factories located in unsuitable locations will have to relocate, despite a previous legalisation initiative by the Selangor government.
TRADERS at Pulau Tikus market in Penang are crying foul as their business is badly affected due to rumours of many positive Covid-19 cases detected at the market that went viral online since a week ago.
THE Johor Baru South police headquarters is taking active steps to engage with the local community to promote its communication channels.
Adopting a sustainable lifestyle and being financially literate are crucial to saving the environment.
Three tell their stories of charting new paths for themselves after being retrenched.
Some centres no longer accept walk-in customers or cash payments as part of Covid-19 measures.
SEVERAL safety and security measures are in place to help residents of Puncak Banyan Condominium who are affected by the road closure following the collapse of a gantry crane at the Sungai Besi-Ulu Kelang Elevated Expressway (SUKE) construction site in Alam Damai, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.
The Malaysian Timber Council (MTC) has urged industry players from the timber and furniture sectors to continue ensuring that Covid-19 measures are adhered to in factories despite the ongoing national vaccination programme.
Wet markets are often associated with slick, usually slippery floors, dirty conditions and distinct smells of raw meat, fresh seafood and a variety of greens.
THE Penang government is concerned about the deteriorating river water quality in the state.Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow said the situation was “very worrying” as the water quality at Sungai Pinang, Sungai Jawi and Sungai Juru is still between Class III and Class IV. Class I is the best rating.