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JOHOR BARU: The number of flood victims in the state has continued to drop from 5,367 people from 1,466 families at 8am on Wednesday (Dec 18) to 3,957 people from 1,074 families at 4pm on the same day.
JOHOR BARU: The number of flood victims in Johor continues to drop from 5,651 people from 1,563 families at 4.30pm on Tuesday (Dec 17) to 5,367 people from 1,466 families at 8am Wednesday (Dec 18).
JOHOR BARU: The flood situation in Johor continues to see improvement with the number of victims placed at relief centres dropping to 8,527.
KOTA TINGGI: One of the state’s main attractions for Visit Johor Year 2020, the Kota Tinggi waterfalls, was badly damaged during the floods.
JOHOR BARU: The total number flood victims in the state have reached 9,151 people from 2,475 families as of 8am on Monday (Dec 16) compared to 8,743 people from 2,371 families as of 11pm on Sunday (Dec 15).
KUALA LUMPUR: After thousands of residents were displaced by floods in Kelantan and Terengganu early this month, the floods have moved southwards, with Johor and Pahang now affected.
JOHOR BARU: Volunteer firefighters are all set to assist the public in any kind of emergencies, including floods during the monsoon season.
THE rise in cost of living has led to a significant erosion of take-home income and is becoming an increasing cause for concern. This has resulted in more Malaysian youths and job entrants being unable to afford to purchase homes in urban and sub-urban areas.
PETALING JAYA: Developers and their legal representatives are taken aback by the result of Tuesday’s ruling by the Federal Court which nullified the extra time sought by developers to complete their projects.