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ROMPIN: Twenty-seven cuboid shaped artificial reefs worth RM493,000 were lowered into the waters off Rompin and Tioman by the Pahang Fisheries Department to enhance fishery resources and marine habitat in the areas.
Indian delicacies: Cinamon Coffee House at One World Hotel, Petaling Jaya is presenting two promotions in conjunction with the Festival of Lights.
PENANG continued with its dominance of the Youth Cup Milo Ranking Masters Challenge as the bowlers blazed the lanes at the Mega Lanes Bowling Centre in Butterworth.
IN CONJUNCTION with Chinese New Year, BHPetrol continues its tradition to usher in a new beginning with its valued customers, business partners, suppliers, team members, colleagues and media.
THE Penang Zakat, which is under Penang Islamic Religious Council, has allocated RM2.5mil to help petty traders and hawkers in view of the Covid-19 outbreak.
THE Wine Shop (TWS) in Penang is opening its doors again, offering flavoursome food paired with fine wines in a ‘chillaxing’ ambience, while adhering to strict safety measures.
ILLEGAL foreign traders caught several months ago in a joint raid by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and Immigration Department are back to carrying out illegal business at the previous premises.
IT IS drawing close to 10 months since businesses in Selangor have been required to register with their local councils to hand over the 20sen charge for every plastic bag sold as levied by businesses on consumers.