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Wildlife Conservation Act being reviewed to ensure survival of zoos, says Natural Resources Minister
KUALA LUMPUR: The Wildlife Conservation Act 2020 is being reviewed to find ways on how zoos in the country will become more self-sufficient in the future, says Energy and Natural Resources Minister Datuk Dr Shamsul Anuar Nasarah.
SEVILLE, Spain (Reuters) - Chelsea's youngsters should look up to Olivier Giroud as a shining example of professionalism, manager Frank Lampard said after the 34-year-old Frenchman scored four goals in their 4-0 Champions League demolition of Sevilla on Wednesday.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s tourism-dependent economy should receive eight million foreign visitors next year and see a recovery to a pre-coronavirus pandemic level of 40 million visitors by 2024, the country’s finance minister has said.
THE months of October until December have always been the best performing quarter for the Penang Bird Park in Seberang Jaya due to the school holidays and festive season.
The reopening of the country’s borders will depend on the take-up of the Covid-19 vaccine and the pandemic situation both regionally and internationally, said Health Minister Dr Mohd Isham Jaafar.
VERBIER, Switzerland (Reuters) - Swiss ski resorts are ploughing ahead with preparations for the year-end holiday season despite pressure from neighbouring Italy, France and Germany to shut until the latest coronavirus wave passes.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The government has decided to reduce the number of collective leave days for the Christmas and New Year celebrations, including a substitute for Idul Fitri leave.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - COVID-19 "passports" to show peoples' inoculation and infection history will be hard to do in practice but are a good idea, Taiwan Health Minister Chen Shih-chung said on Wednesday, offering support to a means to get global travel going again.
BANGKOK (AFP): Thai authorities urged calm on Tuesday (Dec 1) as they scramble to trace a potential coronavirus outbreak after at least four women tested positive on returning from neighbouring Myanmar.
TOKYO (Reuters): Japan aims to allow 'large-scale' numbers of overseas visitors to attend next year's Tokyo Olympics without mandatory vaccinations or quarantine provided they submit negative Covid-19 test results and download tracking apps, the Nikkei business daily reported on Wednesday (Dec 2).