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TRADITIONAL dim sum feast, yee sang tossing and a splendid performance by the Kun Seng Keng lion dance troupe were on the agenda for Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s Chinese New Year showcase.
JOHOR BARU: Johor Health Department issued 488 compounds and collected RM112,000 in penalties from the public who flouted the no-smoking ruling at eateries in the state.
SUSTAINABILITY is the buzz word these days not only with regard to the environment but within social enterprises too as they focus on generating employment and supporting marginalised communities.
THE Federal Territory Health Department (JKWP) is planning to launch a major crackdown on shisha cafes in Kuala Lumpur in relation to the smoking ban at eateries.
THE Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) president Datuk Tan Kok Liang says Malaysia should allow shisha cafes to continue to operate in a “close” environment or at designated areas.
THE Federal Territory Health Department (JKWP) has shut down six eateries operating in Lucky Garden, Jalan Ara Kiri, Bangsar following complaints by the public.
JOHOR BARU: Business has picked up at Indian Muslim restaurants in Johor since the no-smoking ruling took effect on Jan 1 this year.
LUCKY Garden residents want politicians to stop interfering with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) on the Lucky Garden Hawker Centre issue which they say has now become a major health concern.
KULAI: Eateries in Johor are warned to accept the 5sen as payment from customers, as it was a legal tender.