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HEALTH experts are divided over whether eateries in the Klang Valley should limit dine-in based on proof of Covid-19 vaccination.
MALAYSIAN food and beverage operators and associations are urging the government and its related ministries to urgently engage and discuss ways to allow safe dine-ins, before it is too late.
OWNERS of hair salons and barber shops are in dire straits and want the government to allow them to reopen for business instead of having to wait until the second phase of the National Recovery Plan (NRP).
SEVERAL non-governmental organisations (NGO) and private companies have channelled aid to healthcare frontliners who work round the clock in the fight against Covid-19, as a gesture of appreciation.
Turning them into boutique hotels or cultural hubs can be one way of preserving some of these landmarks, says heritage expert
WHILE business operators understand the need for movement restrictions to break the chain of Covid-19 infections, they feel that customised standard operating procedures (SOP) can be introduced for the different industries to continue functioning.
THE steady stream of customers patronising century-old Xin Kwong Sang Woh in Kajang on a weekday during the lockdown shows that people’s love for the long-established biscuit wholesaler has not waned.
JOHOR will benefit immensely if the government decides to revive the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project in the future.
A FOOD court and an anaerobic digestion plant (AD) project in Ampang, Selangor has been criticised by the residents and stakeholders who complained about the suitability of the location.