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Eateries forking out money for pest control

GEORGE TOWN: Popular eateries are spending a small fortune every month on pest control to ensure the hygiene level is high and to keep rats at bay.


Report dirty eateries, council urges public

THE public will have to take on a 'watchdog role' and report dirty and unhygienic eateries to the authorities whenever they come across such places.


Eateries to up prices of food, beverages soon due to sugar subsidy reduction

SIBU: Eateries here will increase the prices of their food and beverages in one to two weeks’ time following the subsidy reduction for sugar.


Drains near eateries found clogged with oily discharge and rubbish

DESPITE the state’s efforts to keep Penang clean and green, many local eateries sadly do not share the same vision.

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Stop placing straws on counter, eateries urged

EATERIES in Selangor are urged to keep single-use plastic straws and only give them to customers upon request, in line with the state’s ‘no plastic straw’ policy launched on July 1.


Sabah DCM tells authorities to raid eateries selling pangolin meat

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew has urged relevant authorities to raid eateries serving Sunda pangolin meat as a way of preventing the potential extinction of these scaly anteaters.

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Looking forward to three more eateries under its belt

THE Grand Imperial Group has plans to launch three new eateries within three years.


Sarawak follows suit: Smoking ban at all eateries from March 1

KUCHING: Sarawak will implement the smoking ban at all eateries in the state starting March 1.


Mamak eateries see a dip in business

JOHOR BARU: Indian Muslim restaurants in the state have recorded a 20% drop in business following the smoking ban in all eateries along with viral allegations that these restaurants used charms to draw in customers.


I know smoking ban at open-air eateries is unpopular, but health comes first, says Dr Dzulkefly

IPOH: Despite being "unpopular" for the move to ban smoking at open-air eateries, Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad says the health of the people was more important.