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RESIDENTS in parts of SS21, Petaling Jaya are blaming workers at an infrastructure project nearby, for traffic and cleanliness problems in the neighbourhood.
JOHOR BARU: Covid-19 and the implementation of the movement control order (MCO) have caused uncertainty in many economic sectors, but this has not stopped migrant workers here from remitting money to their families back home.
STAR Foundation’s Medical Fund Programme recipient Muhammad Danish Iskandar Kama Azmin has successfully undergone a heart surgery to correct his congenital heart defect.
ON THE first day of the conditional movement control order (MCO) yesterday, many people were still trying to get travel permits from the police to go back to their respective hometowns.
TEARS flowed when a father reunited with his six-month-old baby in Johor Baru after leaving him just a few days after his birth.
HAVING made a name for herself in the ‘rempeyek’ (deep-fried savoury crackers) business, Sabariah Yahaya has been able to help others during the movement control order (MCO) period.
AN internationally known artist is keen on paying tribute via her artwork to frontliners who have helped Penangites during the Covid-19 pandemic.
MADAM Cho (not her real name) believes her son’s online gambling addiction has driven him to borrow cash from illegal moneylenders.
MUAR: Left with no business due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a local entertainer and his wife turned his grandmother’s noodle recipe, made using a large handspun wheel previously used to roll latex sheets, into a source of income.
JOHOR BARU: It was a tearful reunion when a four-year-old boy saw his mother, who works in Singapore, for the first time in about six months since the movement control order (MCO) was implemented in March.