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ALREADY badly hit by the pandemic, many hawkers at Penang’s Gurney Drive hawker centre are now being accused of having a poor attitude by other operators there.
STUDIES show that more than two-thirds of the world’s fisheries have undergone over-fishing or are completely harvested while the rest are in declining condition.
From SAM, Puchong.
SEVERAL issues in Penang brought assemblymen from both sides of the political divide together in calling for the state government to take action.
Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has launched a new portal called e-COB (Commissioner of Buildings) to streamline the management of matters related to strata properties within its jursidiction.
KOTA KINABALU: Plantation smallholders and local communities in the east coast of Sabah are urged to form crop protection teams where human-elephant conflict is unavoidable.
Many wildlife species on the brink of disappearing due to human activities such as mining, illegal logging, poaching and commercial fishing
IT IS common to hear about activities to celebrate particular roles and professions, such as Mothers Day (second Sunday of May), Teachers Day (May 16 in Malaysia), Labour Day (May 1) and even International Women’s Day (March 8).