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KOTA BARU: Three women were fined RM5,000 each for interstate travel without obtaining approval letters from the police in Pasir Puteh during the conditional MCO.
PUTRAJAYA: Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Johor, Penang, Kelantan and Sarawak will remain under the conditional movement control order as red and amber Covid-19 zones are still being recorded in these areas.
PETALING JAYA: With just 24 hours left until the deadline to screen foreign workers for Covid-19, a number of employers are pleading for another month-long extension to get the job done.
PENANG government’s two-day engagement session of exco members and assemblymen was a good avenue to put government agencies on alert, said Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
IPOH (Bernama): Social activist Kuan Chee Heng has apologised to the police after an alleged RM10,000 compound fine issued to a third party that he had highlighted on Facebook turned out to be false.
WORKERS from both the public and private sector believe the work from home (WFH) option would benefit them in the long run.
The practice of working from home triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic looks set to continue beyond the health crisis with the government proposing to amend the law to support it. What do employers and workers think?THE movement control order to stop the spread of Covid-19 has triggered an important side effect: the growth of work from home (WFH) culture in Malaysia today.
VENUES seeing large crowds — especially on weekends — are taking the necessary measures to keep visitors feeling safe and comfortable.
TRAFFIC leading to Zoo Negara was almost at a standstill at 9.30am one Saturday recently.