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10 premises fined for breeding aedes mosquitoes

ALOR SETAR: The Kedah Health Department slapped 10 premises in the Kota Setar district with compounds for having Aedes mosquito breeding grounds.

Idle land a bane to residents

RESIDENTS in Taman Ampang Utama, Ampang, are upset with owners of 15 plots of land who have left their properties idle and neglected there.

More Aedes mosquito breeding grounds detected

JOHOR BARU: Johor has recorded an 82% increase in dengue cases this year, with a total of 3,971 cases and 11 deaths reported until May 26.

‘Do something about abandoned building’

RESIDENTS of Taman Saujana Puchong, Selangor, have come up with several suggestions for a building in Jalan SP3/8 which has been abandoned for about 20 years.

MPK all out to destroy Aedes breeding sites

HEALTH inspectors with Klang Municipal Council (MPK) are visiting schools in the district to ensure that water storage containers are tipped over and flush cisterns and toilet bowls are covered in a bid to eliminate Aedes mosquito breeding sites.

Abandoned properties an unsightly menace

A SPIKE in dengue cases and the presence of snakes in the area have residents in Jalan Jinjang Setia 6 in Jinjang Utara, Kuala Lumpur worried.

Don’t wait to take the humane path

SLIGHTLY over RM1mil from the 2019 state Budget has been allocated by Selangor government for animal welfare

Selangor to name and shame govt premises found to have Aedes mosquito breeding grounds

SHAH ALAM (Bernama): The Selangor government has warned that it will soon name and shame any agency or department under the state and federal governments if their office surroundings become breeding grounds for Aedes mosquitoes.

Ruckus over rubble

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Residents of Kampung Sungai Melayu are upset by the irresponsible acts of some individuals who have dumped construction waste at a reserve land meant for a Muslim cemetery.

New round of anti-dengue ops

KUALA LUMPUR: An operation to release mosquitoes infected with Wolbachia bacteria in 10 localities will be carried out in July to boost control of dengue, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.