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Errant eateries to face the music

JOHOR BARU: Stern action will be taken against 24-hour restaurants and outlets operating in areas under the Johor Baru City Council’s jurisdiction that fail to close their premises each week to carry out cleaning works.


Hospital sets new record with Hand Wash Relay programme

JOHOR BARU: Hospital Sultanah Aminah (HSA) literally washed their hands into the Malaysia Book of Records by creating awareness on self-hygiene among their staff.


‘WHO treaty is against vaping’

PETALING JAYA: The vaping phenomenon, which has been around since 2003, is not in line with the World Health Organisation Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), of which Malaysia is a signatory.


Vaping likely to do more harm, says doc

JOHOR BARU: There is no proof that vaping will be able to help smokers kick the habit. It may actually do more harm to its users.


Health Deputy D-G: Vape banned if public call for it

JOHOR BARU: Vaping could be banned nationwide if there is enough demand for a ban, said Health Ministry deputy director-general Datuk Dr Lokman Hakim Sulaiman.


Agrohome project to position Johor as biggest food producers

KLUANG: The Johor government will introduce a new platform for local farmers to market their products for the domestic and international markets.


Waterfall picnic area closed after testing positive for leptospirosis

JOHOR BARU: The Gunung Pulai Recreational Forest has been ordered closed to the public for three months after water samples taken from the waterfall tested ­positive for leptospirosis.


24-hour eateries must spend six hours a week washing up

JOHOR BARU: Starting next month, 24-hour restaurants and eateries operating in the Johor Baru City Council must spend at least six hours each week to clean up their premises.


Innovative way to get rid of Aedes

JOHOR BARU: “Inviting” Aedes mosquitoes into your home might be a good thing!


Keep Johor clean to ensure tourists return

KULAIJAYA: Johoreans should have the right mindset towards keeping a clean and liveable environment to ensure tourist arrivals into the state sees a continual growth.