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Nation

Jump in dengue cases this year

More dengue cases were recorded in five states in the first week of this year compared with the last week of 2006, according to the Health Ministry.

Nation

1,600 medics sent to flood-hit states

The Health Ministry has sent 400 mobile units comprising 1,600 doctors, pharmacists and nurses to relief centres in all flood-hit states.

Nation

Come down hard on those who breed Aedes

I>Tamil Nesan /I>welcomes the intensified actions by the Health Ministry to reduce the dengue menace.

Community

Malacca on alert as dengue cases rise

The state health department is on the alert as the number of reported dengue cases has risen to 10 in the past week.

Community

Residents urged to help curb dengue

Houseowners in Jalan Ong Kim Wee and Jalan Hang Tuah in Malacca are advised to allow health officers to check their premises for breeding grounds of Aedes mosquitoes.

Nation

Anti-aedes steps mulled

New buildings may have to do without rain gutters or 'closed' ones may have to be installed to drain away rainwater.

Nation

Sabah minister brushes aside criticisms

A Sabah minister brushed aside criticisms that he is glorifying himself by etching his name on benches in public areas.---------------------------------------------------------------

Nation

Desa Mentari folks fear possible dengue outbreak

About 20,000 residents living in the Desa Mentari flats in Sungai Way, Petaling Jaya, are worried that the area could be a dengue hotspot following a few deaths linked to the disease, I>Tamil Nesan/Ireported.

Community

A problem with aedes mosquitoes and snakes

With 12 cases of dengue in a period of three months, residents of Mutiara Homes I in Mutiara Damanasara, Petaling Jaya, have reason to worry.

Community

Folks air their woes to the hilt

WHAT was supposed to be a two-hour dialogue between Kelana Jaya residents and the authorities took twice as long to finish as nearly all of the 100 residents who turned up were given a chance to speak.