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From Nov 1, the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) will be able close down dirty eateries which fail to meet hygiene requirements.
MALLS are no longer just retail spaces, preferring to emphasise on an overall experiential setting to draw visitors.
NEXT year, all business premises in Klang must be equipped with a 120-litre rubbish bin or risk having their operating licence revoked or their application rejected by the Klang Municipal Council (MPK).
SIXTEEN food premises were ordered to close in Bandar Mahkota Cheras for violating sanitary regulations during a joint operation by the Selangor Health Department and Hulu Langat District Office.
OVER 200 students from three schools helped clean up the Taman Eng Ann commercial area in Klang and as part of efforts to keep dengue at bay.
GREASE washed from restaurant kitchens in Taman Desawan, Bandar Bukit Tinggi and Bandar Botanic, in Klang is being channelled into drains that flow into Sungai Aur, and Klang Municipal Council (MPK) is taking steps to curb such pollution.
CLEANLINESS in eateries is no small matter as lack of hygiene can cause health problems, ranging from an upset stomach to food poisoning.
Council can shut down dirty eateries for 14 days starting today.
LAUGHTER filled the house after Rajiv Rishyakaran (PH-Bukit Gasing) questioned the presence of single-use plastic water bottles at meetings, which was contrary to the state’s commitment to curb single-use plastics.
A TOTAL of 256 civil servants in Perak took part in a 7km productivity race jointly organised by the State Secretary’s Office, Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) and Tourism Perak.