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No new licences for reflexology centres and spas in resort city after recent outcry

MIRI: The Miri City Council (MCC) has acceded to the call of concerned women folk here not to issue new licences for reflexology centres and spas to curb vice activities.


Childcare centres left in the lurch by Land and Survey Department’s ambiguous rule

KUCHING: Childcare centres are locked in a battle with state Land and Survey Department over traffic flow issues.


Ti: MCA service centres are self-funded and do not use BN or govt funds

PETALING JAYA: MCA’s service centres are not dependent on Barisan Nasional or the government for funds, says Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker.


Data centres huge energy guzzlers

THE AIMS Group (AIMS), South-East Asia’s leading carrier-neutral data services provider, said according to experts, data centres would consume three times as much energy over the next decade. It said this rate of increase was a worrying trend for the local data centre industry.


More centres needed

The Government aims to have a workforce comprising at least 59% of women by 2020. To do that, we must have more registered childcare centres to cater to these women’s children,


Parents opt for daycare centres as help is not at hand

PETALING JAYA: The decline in the number – and the rising cost – of domestic maids has forced more young, working parents to send their children to daycare centres.


81 tuition centres illegal

EIGHTY-one tuition centres occupying commercial buildings in Seberang Prai, Penang, have been found to be operating illegally.


80% of childcare centres not registered, says Shahrizat

JOHOR BARU: About 80% of childcare centres have not registered with the Social Welfare Department, a situation which Women, Family and Community Deve­lopment Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil has described as alarming.


Transit centres to house foreign workers?

KUALA LUMPUR: Creating transit centres to house foreign workers may be the answer to concerns among Malaysians over their rising numbers in Malaysia, especially with regard to security and health issues, say officials in the local housing industry.


Medical centre steps up to take over 11 Mawar Haemodialysis Centres

SEREMBAN: Some 400 dialysis patients can now heave a sigh of relief after a medical centre decided to take over 11 Mawar Haemodialysis Centres which were in danger of ceasing operations.