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BANGKOK (Reuters) - Myanmar's military fired warning shots above a civilian boat carrying Thai border patrol officers amid heightened tensions in border areas since the junta seized power, but Thailand said on Saturday the incident was a misunderstanding.
IPOH: Residents here are on high alert after a surge of Covid-19 cases in the city.
IPOH: Police have arrested two men for allegedly fighting outside a restaurant at Jalan Kuala Kangsar here.
A RESTAURANT worker from Johor faked a positive Covid-19 test result in an attempt to quit but it ended up costing the business owner thousands of ringgit in losses as the shop had to be closed and all workers tested for the virus, China Press reported.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: A 19-year-old waitress was arrested here for allegedly faking her Covid-19 test results to get out of going to work.
SMALL traders and businessmen in Johor have called on the Malaysian Indian Transformation Unit (Mitra) to step up and provide relief for Malaysian Indian businesses affected by the pandemic, Makkal Osai reported.
PETALING JAYA: The sentencing of two company directors, one of whom is a “Datuk”, who were caught in a viral video assaulting a couple at a hotpot restaurant has been pushed to May due to a new development in the case.
CAMERON HIGHLANDS: Traders and restaurant owners here are hoping that the interstate travel ban is lifted soon as there are low instances of Covid-19 in the highlands.
PETALING JAYA: The sentencing in the case of two company directors, including a "Datuk" who was filmed, in a viral video, assaulting a couple at a hotpot restaurant has been pushed to May due to a new development in the case.
GEORGE TOWN: Although it is mandatory for businesses to provide a description of their services and products in Bahasa Malaysia, many business owners are claiming they are unaware of this ruling.