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Metro News

The smoking ban can’t come quickly enough

WELL, better late than never, as the saying goes. After some umming and ahhing, the Sarawak government has finally decided to implement the smoking ban at all eateries in the state on March 1.

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Shah Alam cracks down on errant restaurants

SHAH ALAM: There will be no compromise for restaurants that flout council laws on cleanliness, placement of tables outside premises and more this year, says Shah Alam deputy mayor Mohd Rashidi Ruslan.

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Staying connected at the peak

THE much-awaited WiFi service with wifi@unifi is now available at Penang Hill.

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Worker caught in fish smashing act in back alley of Kota Kemuning restaurant

SHAH ALAM: A video of a restaurant worker in Kota Kemuning here throwing fish on the road to kill them has gone viral on social media.

Eat And Drink

Authentic fare at affordable prices

FIGURING out where to dine can be an ordeal with the treasure trove of food in the Malaysian dining scene.

Metro News

Chic address with stellar views

MALTON Berhad will be unveiling the first two blocks of Duta Park Residences in Kuala Lumpur with the indicative selling price from RM492,000 tomorrow.

Views

No more excuses to ignore smoking ban

THE smoking ban at eateries finally came into effect in Sarawak on Friday (March 1), two months after it kicked off in Peninsular Malaysia on Jan 1.

Metro News

No compounds for six months

SIBU: The ban on smoking for the state was effective March 1, but the first six months of the ban is an “educational enforcement period” where no compound will be issued to smokers and eatery outlets.

Metro News

No to plastic straws in Sibu

SIBU: All eatery outlets within the Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) area will no longer be allowed to supply customers with plastic straws effective Jan 1, 2020.

Metro News

MDKL shuts down three dirty eateries

A SURPRISE joint raid led by Kuala Langat District Council (MDKL) in Bandar Saujana Putra, Selangor, has led to the temporary closure of three dirty food premises.