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KUANTAN: Owners of business premises and billboards in the state yet to use Jawi script on their signboards have only two months to do so.
GEORGE TOWN: Non-smokers here are rejoicing over the court’s decision to dismiss a constitutional challenge against the Health Ministry’s ban on smoking in all food outlets in the form of educational enforcement nationwide on Jan 1 this year.
A FEMALE football team from SJK (T) Kuala Pilah has emerged the winner for the first-ever state-level football tournament for girls in Tamil schools, reported Makkal Osai. This was the first time that a category for girls was held in the tournament, which entered its 13th edition this year.
GEORGE TOWN: The move to turn Batu Ferringhi into a smoke-free zone has drawn the ire from business operators along the popular tourism belt.
CYBERJAYA: A total of 254 young Malaysians received the prestigious "Gold Award" of the International Award for Young People this year.
GOALPARA, India (Reuters) - Across a river in a remote part of India's northeast, labourers have cleared dense forest in an area equivalent to about seven soccer fields and are building the first mass detention centre for illegal immigrants.
Thousands move into residential halls at the country’s 20 public universities as they start their undergraduate degree programmes.
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KOTA KINABALU: An attempt to rid the sea of “ghost nets” – abandoned or lost fishing nets – proved to be a blessing as divers from a resort here managed to rescue a bamboo shark that was found trapped in one of such nets.
SEWARD, Alaska (Reuters) - Leaves in Alaska are changing colour and the rainy season is supposed to begin, but wildfires are raging on in an unusually long and fierce fire season that scientists say is linked to the far north's long-term climate warmup.