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PETALING Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has been asked to implement new policies for construction and factory projects to prevent pollution in waterways.
Businesses near the Kasah and Damanlela Construction Site clusters are sanitising their premises and getting staff tested in anticipation of welcoming back patrons.
MARK your calendar and get ready for a five-day sale at Sogo stores from Dec 2 to 6.
WITH the launch of the Penang Goes Orange campaign, the Penang government is calling for public support to stop all forms of domestic violence through the campaign themed ‘Safe Family’ this year.
CLOSED since Nov 13 after a reported Covid-19 case, the Taman Free School market will resume its operation today to the delight of market-goers and traders.
MALAYSIA’s convention and exhibition industry has been badly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic and the movement control order since early this year.
MORNING and night market traders in Subang Jaya have been given some leeway with regard to the renewal of licence fees for next year.
JOHOR BARU: A youth leader is hoping for a people-friendly state budget that can give financial incentives to struggling small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and help revive the tourism industry.
SELANGOR is bringing to book operators of illegally run factories and businesses on state land in an effort to address river pollution.