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AFTER a year of so-called "educational enforcement', the ban on smoking at eateries is now in full force.
KUALA LUMPUR: Some 56 non-governmental organisations protested against the government’s plan to allow designated smoking zones, saying that it is “contradictory” to the government’s anti-smoking efforts.
KUCHING: The Kuching North City Hall (DBKU) is planning a pilot project on household waste separation to start in March.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The government has been urged to review its proposal to set up special smoking zones in public places, estimated to cost RM1mil, and instead use the allocation for smokers’ rehabilitation programmes or treatment for diseases caused by smoking.
KUALA LUMPUR: Over 50 professional health bodies and non-government organisations have voiced their dissatisfaction over the government's plan to allow designated smoking areas outside eateries and in public areas.
WHEN trader Alum woke up yesterday, he was craving for nasi lemak from his favourite stall in Lucky Garden, Bangsar.
JOHOR BARU: The public has been assured that there is no outbreak of influenza in Johor, and that reported cases in the state under control.
FROM HAJAR SHAMSUDIN , Gombak
HONG KONG, Jan 9, China Daily/ANN – About HK$65 million (US$8.35 million) of taxpayers' money is needed to repair traffic lights and pavements vandalized by anti-government radicals between June and December, the Transport and Housing Bureau said on Wednesday.
Just like Fleet Street in London which is famous for its media and newspaper businesses, Johor Baru has Jalan Maju in Taman Maju Jaya.