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For those who travel to the United Kingdom, Malaysians who arrived after Aug 11 do not need to self isolate as Malaysia is now considered a “safe” country. Countries with low Covid-19 infection rates are rated accordingly but the decision can be reversed when the infection rates go up like they did in France and Spain.
More services in the offing as MCS aims to provide facilities management services
PETALING JAYA: With the government now banning entry of citizens of countries with more than 150,000 Covid-19 cases, families needing to hire maids for help at home are being put in queue, with some resorting to hiring those without permits.
KOTA KINABALU: Stateless people in Sabah must be documented so that authorities can monitor their movements and easily obtain their data when needed, says Datuk Darell Leiking.
Twenty types of businesses have been singled out by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) as being off limits to foreigners in the nation’s capital.
KUALA LUMPUR: The manufacturing industry is appealing to the Human Resources Ministry to allow companies another 12 months to undertake extensive adjustments according to the requirements of the Workers’ Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Act 1990 (Act 446).
FOR the past two decades the nation’s rubber downstream industry has been guided by the Malaysian Rubber Export Promotion Council (MREPC), which has seen the sector grow to a level where our rubber products are now exported to 195 countries and in 2019 generated RM23.3bil worth of export earnings.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) raided several prostitution dens during its Ops Tebah (Operation Strike) in areas near Petaling Street in the city.
COMPANIES will not be allowed to practise wanton discrimination against local workers because in the current difficult economic climate, it is “all the more important” that Singaporeans are given fair opportunities to find meaningful work, said Second Minister for Manpower Tan See Leng in Parliament.He told the House yesterday that officers of the Manpower Ministry were working “doubly hard” to ensure that employers did not discriminate against local workers.