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KUALA KUBU BARU: A 32-year-old trader, who allegedly rammed his four-wheel drive vehicle into a crowd at a hawkers’ area, has claimed trial to a charge of drink-driving at the Magistrate’s Court here.
KUALA KUBU BHARU: A 32-year-old trader who rammed his four wheel drive vehicle (4WD) into a crowd at a hawkers' centre in Pekan Bukit Sentosa has claimed trial to a charge of drink driving at the Magistrate's Court here.
PETALING JAYA: Business was rather poor at their food stall, so a husband-and-wife team decided to spend time to help out some students who chose to remain at their university in Selangor during the movement control order (MCO) period.
PETALING JAYA: There will be more relaxation on public activities with the government replacing the conditional movement control order (MCO) with the recovery movement control order from Wednesday.
Interstate travel ban to be lifted on June 10, says PM, adds Covid-19 in M'sia is contained (updated)
PETALING JAYA: Interstate travel is to be allowed effective June 10, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
IPOH: Some 4,000 night market traders here want the government to allow them to operate their businesses again.
KUALA KUBU BARU: A trader, who rammed his truck into bystanders at the Pekan Bukit Sentosa hawker area in Hulu Selangor two days before Hari Raya, has been charged with attempted murder.
KEPALA BATAS: Sticking faithfully to the traditional recipe of making ketupat daun palas for the past 40 years has paid off for the family of Syakirah Muhamad Sobberi.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: With the lifting of some restrictions announced by the government, some restaurants, cafes, food courts and food stalls across the country began their operations while imposing social distancing in accordance with the Ministry of Health’s (MoH) advice.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand reported three additional cases of the new coronavirus, bringing its total cases to 3,028 as the country relaxes local restrictions and re-opens malls and department stores.