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THE sudden announcement by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) imposing a ban on the sale of hard liquor in convenience stores, sundry shops and Chinese medicine halls from Oct 1 next year has caught many stakeholders by suprise.
TO COMMEMORATE World Origami Day on Nov 11, the Malaysia Origami Academy organised a virtual celebration to foster deeper cultural exchange between Japan and Malaysia.
MUAR: The management of a 50-year-old coffeeshop in Jalan Temenggong Ahmad here insists on using a wood-burning stove to boil water and make toasts, foregoing the convenience that a gas stove offers.
KUCHING: BESarawak’s viral book donation campaign, #9DAYS500BOOKS, was a hit among Malaysians as the nine-day flash book drive received 5,000 books of various titles and genres for Batang Ai’s first community library at Nanga Ukom longhouse.
Sundry and grocery shops, convenience stores as well as Chinese medicine shops in Kuala Lumpur will not be allowed to sell hard liquor starting Oct 1 next year.
FOR all that pottering about in one’s garden might sound fulfilling, there are many of us who are daunted by the prospect of growing our own plants.
JOHOR BARU: It was a low-key Deepavali celebration at temples in Johor Baru this year as devotees and temple committees adhered strictly to the standard operating procedures (SOP) against Covid-19.
THE odour pollution that forced the closure of three Sungai Selangor treatment plants and the Rantau Panjang Water Treatment Plant has been traced to the toilet of a shoplot located a few hundred metres from Sungai Gong, Rawang.
THE Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is kicking off its month-long campaign, Malaysia Tech Month 2020 (MTM 2020), this week.
KUCHING: Sarawak has the potential to produce mozzarella as it is a buffalo-based product, says Assistant Agriculture, Native Land and Regional Development Minister Datuk Dr Abdul Rahman Ismail.