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DBKL: Raids adhered to SOP

KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has defended its actions in a series of enforcement operations dubbed “Operasi Tegas” carried out in Kuala Lumpur against illegal foreign workers, hawkers, the sale of counterfeit goods, public space obstructions and cleanliness.

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Major savings from green programme

RM15,000 savings in six weeks! That is the amount Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) saved in tipping fees and transportation costs after it started an organic waste processing programme at the Kuala Lumpur Wholesale Market.

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MDKL shuts down three dirty eateries

A SURPRISE joint raid led by Kuala Langat District Council (MDKL) in Bandar Saujana Putra, Selangor, has led to the temporary closure of three dirty food premises.

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Making Johor the greener pasture

JOHOR BARU: The Johor government wants to plug the leak of brain drain with the state losing many skilled local workers to Singapore.

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35 illegal foreign workers nabbed during raid in KL

IT WAS chaos as officers from several government agencies stormed a construction site in Jalan Ampang Kiri, Kuala Lumpur, as part of the Operasi Tapak recently.


Technology can reduce dependency on foreign workers, SMEs told

JOHOR BARU: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) should reduce their dependency on foreign workers and go for automation in their operations.


Apply for E-kad by June 30

ALL employers in Penang are reminded to register their undocumented foreign workers under the E-kad (enforcement card) programme by June 30.


Residents cry foul over open burning in Sungai Buloh

THE Gombak Land Office has issued a notice to the operator conducting open burning at Taman Bukit Indah, Sungai Buloh to vacate the site and remove its machinery.


A welcome freeze

WOW. Malaysia has closed its doors to all new foreign workers.


Exporting: an uphill task

Everybody knows tapping the export market is vital if you’re to survive and thrive, but that’s easier said than done. SMEs face a whole slew of problems, and a helping hand from the Government, working closely with trade associations, would be a good starting point.