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JOHOR BARU: The state government’s decision to allow non-Muslim houses of worship in Johor to reopen starting July 1 has been greeted with relief, though some are still proceeding with caution.
A TOTAL of 12,750 freshly cooked vegetarian meals have been delivered by the Sikh community in Penang to those in need since the movement control order started in March.
SOME silently shed tears, some quietly said a prayer while others were clearly overjoyed when the main doors of St John Marie Vianney Church in Tampin, Negri Sembilan reopened for mass after a closure of three months due to the movement control order (MCO).
OPEN-AIR market traders will work with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to devise a standard operating procedure (SOP) for them to resume operations.
ALL non-Muslim houses of worship in Penang that are permitted to reopen must strictly abide by the standard operating procedure (SOP).
PENANG has disbursed RM6.14mil to non-Islamic houses of worship (RiBi) over the last five years.
PETTY thefts, snatch thefts and more serious crimes like arson have taken place in and around houses of worship in the country.
MOTORISTS coming from Taman Sungai Long and Bandar Mahkota Cheras will soon be able to make a U-turn at the Sungai Long toll plaza along the SILK highway.
THE state government has resolved the controversy surrounding the proposed building of a Buddhist meditation centre in Taman Kumbar Permai in Teluk Kumbar.