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MOST people prefer to avoid strangers, especially if it is late at night, but that is not the case for one 21-year-old clerk in Ipoh.
Ipoh City Council has approved a project to rebuild a stretch of a drain at Jalan Hoover in Pasir Pinji to alleviate the constant issue of blockage.
SITI (not her real name), a single mother from Cheras, travels every day with her two children aged five and six to collect food and any handouts distributed by non-governmental organisations (NGOs) or Good Samaritans.
MIRI: All one million natives living in rural Sarawak must be given free solar-powered generator sets that can provide 24-hour electricity supply, says a native rights group.
JOHOR BARU: Food and beverage operators in Johor have no plans to increase their prices as the move could become counterproductive.
CONFUSION and anger were among sentiments of Klang residents who were informed of a conditional movement control order (MCO), which took effect yesterday, without any other information.
PLANS to restore an abandoned six-storey building with 44 apartment units in Jalan Dato Amar is getting a lot of attention from people in Taman Setia, Klang.
JOHOR BARU: The state government is expecting to see a drop of around 20% in its revenue or RM380mil, from RM1.9bil earned last year, after giving exemptions to various sectors affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Kepong Baru traders agree to DBKL’s terms on drainage works and standardising of lots.