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AS MALAYSIA moves towards becoming a cashless society, digital payments via e-wallet apps such as Boost, GrabPay and Touch ‘n Go have become more widely accepted.
VOLUNTEERS and social activists in Ipoh want Perak government to consider reopening a temporary transit centre for the homeless, amid the conditional movement control order.
MERCHANTRADE Asia Sdn Bhd (Merchantrade Asia) and the Construction Labour Exchange Centre Bhd (CLAB) have forged an alliance to serve the unbanked community, comprising both foreign workers and Malaysians, in the construction industry.
EMOTIONAL support for distressed children and adolescents is lacking at a time when it matters most.
SUBANG Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC) was recognised as the Best Hospital of the Year in Asia-Pacific at the 2020 Global Health Asia-Pacific (Apac) Awards.
THE sudden announcement by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) imposing a ban on the sale of hard liquor in convenience stores, sundry shops and Chinese medicine halls from Oct 1 next year has caught many stakeholders by suprise.
TO COMMEMORATE World Origami Day on Nov 11, the Malaysia Origami Academy organised a virtual celebration to foster deeper cultural exchange between Japan and Malaysia.
MUAR: The management of a 50-year-old coffeeshop in Jalan Temenggong Ahmad here insists on using a wood-burning stove to boil water and make toasts, foregoing the convenience that a gas stove offers.
KUCHING: BESarawak’s viral book donation campaign, #9DAYS500BOOKS, was a hit among Malaysians as the nine-day flash book drive received 5,000 books of various titles and genres for Batang Ai’s first community library at Nanga Ukom longhouse.
Sundry and grocery shops, convenience stores as well as Chinese medicine shops in Kuala Lumpur will not be allowed to sell hard liquor starting Oct 1 next year.