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JOHOR BARU: The Sungai Segget landscaping and upgrading works, which stalled due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent movement control order (MCO), are back on track and expected to be completed next year.
MALAYSIANS are hoping for more incentives from Budget 2021 to help them tackle the Covid-19 pandemic.
STREETS are the stage for everyday life activity within a city. While they are often being taken for granted, streetscape plays a defining role in a town’s liveability – an important part of placemaking.
LONDON (Reuters) - After years of administrative chaos, UK Athletics (UKA) published a 12-year strategy document on Monday that shifted emphasis from a lottery-funded chase for Olympic medals to a rejuvenation of the sport at grass-roots level.
There are hundreds of families living in state-supplied shelters in crisis-wracked Venezuela. Many lost their homes to flood damage, although six years of economic meltdown under President Nicolas Maduro has also left millions in abject poverty.
THE physically disabled and visually impaired lament that although they have the necessary academic qualifications, they are not recognised and not offered a stable job to secure their future.
PETALING JAYA: Wheelchair tennis player Abu Samah Borhan is knocking on the Tokyo Paralympic doors following a smashing performance at the Eureka Cup Taiwan Open.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - A decade after Dan Berschinski deployed to Afghanistan to fight for freedom and lost his legs in battle, the former Army infantry officer is training for a key role in U.S. democracy: manning a voting station in place of elderly poll workers at risk of COVID-19.
THE job market is much more competitive now with a weakened economy, with many being laid off and many companies freezing recruitment.