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JOHOR BARU: Not only has the Covid-19 pandemic affected Malaysians from all walks of life, pets are also impacted in the changes brought on by the new normal.
TRANSPORTERS delivering food supplies are now allowed to go into areas placed under the enhanced movement control order (MCO) in Penang to replenish essentials and food at market and sundry shops.
Johor coastal fishermen are hoping the shoreline along Kuala Masai and Teluk Jawa will be off limits to property development projects in the future.
KUALA Lumpur residents will soon be seeing more flowering plants and trees of varying sizes and colours in the city centre.
SEVERAL gardeners involved in urban farming in Kuala Lumpur are planning to grow more insect-friendly plants to ensure that pollinators like butterflies, dragonflies and bees survive and thrive in the city.
Kampung Pasir Gudang Baru, located about 20km from Johor Baru city centre, is a small village that contributes to more than 90% of the country’s mussel production.
SEVERAL shoots of the Aglaonema plant, popularly known as Chinese evergreen, have disappeared from Jalan Desa Kiara in Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.
JOHOR Indian Petty Trade and Small Business Association (Jipta) is helping those who have lost their jobs amid the pandemic, start a food truck business.