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Covid-19 Bill tabled to modify 16 existing laws including late payment penalties, defects liability claims
KUALA LUMPUR: Developers cannot impose late payment charges on unpaid property instalments from March 18 to August, states a proposed Bill aimed at easing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on consumers.
KUALA LUMPUR: The new RM1 retail ceiling price for a three-ply face mask will be enforced on Aug 15, says Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi.
KUALA LUMPUR: Child car safety seats, free digital TV service and ownership of land are among the issues to be raised in Dewan Rakyat on Wednesday (Aug 12).
ROME (Reuters) - Rome mayor Virginia Raggi, from the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement, has announced plans to run for a second term, hoping to steal a march on rivals in a long campaign for next year's vote.
LISBON (Reuters) - It is arguably the biggest sports event of this COVID-infected year -- eight of Europe's top teams in a knockout tournament over 12 days in the Portuguese capital, with the Champions League winner to be crowned at the final on Aug. 23.
KATHMANDU, Aug. 10 (Xinhua) -- The Nepali government decided on Monday to extend suspension of domestic and international flights as well as public transport until Aug. 31 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a minister and an aide of a minister said.
SIBU: While everyone agrees that it is good to have enforcement measures to make people comply with the standard operating procedures (SOP), many people here consider the RM1,000 fine for not wearing face mask in public as too high.
KAMPUNG Baru Sungai Buloh residents flood woes are expected to end by next year with the plan to upgrade the entire drainage system there.
MORE than 6,000 of the 27,000 staff from the Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group have taken no-pay leave of varying lengths to help the company cope with the collapse in air travel due to Covid-19.
BANGKOK, Aug. 10 (Xinhua): Thailand's Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) announced on Monday that its panel had decided to allow fans to attend sports events, as well as allow Chinese traders to enter Thailand for fruit export.