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On track to being plastic-free

THE sale of plastic bags in Selangor has dropped by between 30% and 50% since the state government banned its use this year.


Suria FM’s anti-graft campaign extended

KUALA LUMPUR: Suria FM’s promotion of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) anti-graft campaign has been extended by another few weeks.


Win gifts in radio station’s MACC quizzes

It Is the second week of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s latest drive against graft and Suria FM has entered the ring to help spread the word.


Traders want options before ban

Food businesses in Ipoh are not quite ready to face the statewide ban on plastic bags and polystyrene containers.


Plastic bag ban: the right move?

You can't get free bags for shopping items anymore, but people are willing to pay the 20 sen charge for one. Moreover, production of garbage bags is climbing while paper bags reportedly leave even bigger carbon footprints. How?


‘Show 20sen plastic bag charge in receipt

PLASTIC bags being sold over the counter, must be invoiced and itemised in the customer’s receipt.


Express yourself the old-fashioned way

EXPRESSING affection for your loved ones is fast becoming a thing of the past.


Crunchy goodies baked with love for loyal readers

AS a gesture to thank The Star readers for their continuous support throughout the years, Julie’s Biscuits will be giving away their all-time bestseller Julie’s Love Letters to usher in the Year of the Rooster.


Ban on plastic bags off to a good start despite complaints

SUBANG JAYA: The ban on polystyrene food containers and free plastic bags in Selangor and the Federal Territories got off to a smooth start although some shoppers were annoyed by it.


Traders encouraged to sell alternative to plastic bags

WOVEN bags will be sold at 15 morning and night markets in the Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) areas to reduce the use of plastic bags. It is part of the state government’s move to stop the use of plastic bags and polystyrene packaging beginning Jan 1, 2017.