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KUMPULAN Darul Ehsan Waste Management Sdn Bhd (KDEBWM) received the most Notices to Correct (NTC) from the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) at 3,144 notices which resulted in a payment reduction of RM342,700.
LABUAN: The Labuan Taxi Association has called on the new Federal government to consider the plight of local taxi drivers here whose daily income has been badly hit for more than four years now.
Local councils conduct checks to ensure hawkers, non-essential services obey movement control order.
JOHOR BARU: Taxi drivers plying the Johor Baru-Singapore route hope the movement control order (MCO) will not be extended past the March 31 deadline.
WHILE many city dwellers have taken refuge in their homes in adhering to the movement control order (MCO), those in essential services have been going about their day as usual.
RAPID Penang bus services will be reduced by 70% from now onwards, while the free Congestion Alleviation Transport (CAT) Rapid Penang bus services will be lessened by 50%.
RUBBISH collection in Selangor has remained on schedule and is still manageable, despite the increase in domestic waste due to the movement control order.
MIRI: The Society of the Blind Malaysia (Sarawak branch) has appealed to both the state and federal welfare ministries to prioritise aid to the 40,000 disabled people in Sarawak.
THE Penang government has set up a halfway house at the Caring Society Complex in Jalan Utama, George Town, with 66 beds for the homeless over the movement control order (MCO) period.