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Caught with filthy practices

ERRANT eatery operators in Penang still have not improved their ways as the state Health Department found out.

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MPSJ raids six illegal businesses

THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has raided six illegal residences for scrap metal-trading businesses at Kampung Bukit Lanchong, Selangor, during an operation on Thursday (Dec 6).

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Shah Alam cracks down on errant restaurants

SHAH ALAM: There will be no compromise for restaurants that flout council laws on cleanliness, placement of tables outside premises and more this year, says Shah Alam deputy mayor Mohd Rashidi Ruslan.

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Illegal occupants ousted from wildlife sanctuary

MIRI: The Sarawak Forest Department and Sarawak Forestry Corporation are carrying out raids in Samunsam Wildlife Sanctuary against illegal occupants.

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Combined efforts to protect wildlife

MIRI: Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) and General Operations Force (GOF) are joining forces to carry out raids and deter the capture, sale and possession of wildlife in Sarawak.

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For want of a liveable space

NESTLED in the heart of Taman Sri Muda, Shah Alam, is a neighbourhood that has locals fearing for their children’s lives and their future.

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MBSA shuts down three dirty eateries

THREE food premises in Section 23, Shah Alam were ordered to close for being dirty following a raid by Shah Alam City Council (MBSA).

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Wildlife and turtle eggs seized

MIRI: A series of raids by Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) in several districts led to the seizure of protected slow loris, hundreds of turtle eggs and slaughtered wildlife.

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Keeping the public safe

JOHOR BARU: Johor Health Department has confiscated RM24,089 worth of unregistered health products and cosmetics in an operation around shops in Masai and Pasir Gudang here.

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Cops barred from patronising nightspots

POLICEMEN will no longer be allowed to visit entertainment outlets for leisure in an initiative to rebrand the force and stay away from syndicates.