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Public urged to be vigilant as police, immigration, banks, consumer groups and complaints department continue to fight against scammers.
KUANTAN: The state government will be taking action soon against the illegal cultivation of durian on government land and in forest reserves.
THE recent incidents of sinkholes on the streets of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor are worrying not just the public but also the authorities.
TAKING it a notch higher with safety being the paramount importance, Penang’s Covid-19 safety accreditation programme has seen 17 tourism players go the extra length to follow added standard operating procedures (SOP).
PETALING JAYA: Water supply in parts of Port Klang is expected to resume by 9pm Friday (July 17) after a broken pipe incident caused temporary water disruption on Thursday (July 16) night.
With construction site mishaps making the news in recent times, it may be prudent for Selangor local councils to set up specialised units and work with the Construction Industry Development Board to oversee projects.LOCAL authorities in Selangor must work with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) to identify and correct weaknesses in workplace safety, especially at construction sites.
CONTRACTORS involved in digging roads to lay pipes and other bigger projects in Klang have been reminded to ensure a safe work environment.
FROM the age of 17, Priyanka Vairavasundaram has been conducting motivational talks, school holiday camps and enrichment programmes for youths.
A ROTI canai stall, which was run by a Rohingya United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) card holder, was slapped with a 14-day closure order after rat droppings were found in several areas at the stall in Penang.