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Restaurants are pivoting to takeout and delivery service during the lockdown period.
GEORGE TOWN: A cardiologist has pleaded not guilty to charges of obstructing a public servant from discharging duties in enforcing the movement control order (MCO)that took effect on March 18.
SYDNEY: Australian pension funds unable to return part of their A$3 trillion savings to unemployed workers and to those in financial distress should expect to have their risk-management frameworks scrutinised by the regulator, a government official said.
MIRI: A group of young gamblers who sneaked into an illegal online gaming premises in Kuching were in for a surprise when Sarawak police raided it following a tip-off.
THE Covid-19 health crisis is an unprecedented challenge to the nation on many fronts – the scale of the crisis, the economic aftermath which is feared to be as horrific as the outbreak itself and the fact that it is being tackled by a government that was only a week old when the pandemic unleashed its full terror.
Volunteer groups will continue sending food to the needy during the movement control order (MCO) period despite being advised against doing so.
PETALING JAYA: The novel coronavirus, or Covid-19, is not only making a mess of companies in the hotel and aviation sectors but is also upending members of the sharing economy
Whether it's purchasing gift cards from popular restaurants or getting small eateries to join the #JomTapau movement, these are small ways you can ensure your favourite restaurant reopens after the MCO.
PUTRAJAYA: Despite the movement control order (MCO) having been in force since March 18, many Malaysians are still flouting it with a staggering 649 people arrested on Saturday (March 28).
Three held in S'wak for violating MCO to stage cock-fight, gambling and animal cruelty charges also await
MIRI: Three men have been arrested by Sarawak police for organising a cock-fighting session in a village during the movement control order (MCO) period.