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AS THE movement control order (MCO) comes into effect again, marriage registrations and wedding receptions are once again put on hold as dates and plans are postponed.
SELANGOR government has launched a free programme to boost employment of its people due to the pandemic-hit economy.
Malaysians could soon have fresh pineapples sent directly from farms to their doorstep.
TOURISM and creative economy industry players have been urged to make good use of the available aid from the Federal and state governments to ensure business sustainability.
Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ) is keen on spurring the economy through tourism.
FLORIST R. Gopal grew up joining the silver chariot procession on the eve of Thaipusam for over 40 years now.
HELP has poured in for the Orang Asli communities in Gua Musang who were among the hardest hit by floods in Kelantan.
TEN “pasar pagi” (morning markets) in Klang will be opening from Monday (Feb 1) under strict standard operating procedures (SOP) since being ordered to shut at the start of the current movement control order.