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PETALING JAYA: AirAsia will stop selling cigarettes on its flights, says its chief executive officer (CEO) Tan Sri Tony Fernandes.
SINGAPORE: Some outdoor eateries are feeling the pinch as customers stay away because of the unhealthy levels of air quality due to haze that have been recorded in Singapore since last week.
BUTTERWORTH: The Government will not make any U-turn over its decision to enforce a smoking ban at all eateries nationwide.
SIBU: Newly minted Sibu Municipal Council chairman Clarence Ting wants the public to provide him with ideas on how to improve the coffeeshops in town.SIBU: Newly minted Sibu Municipal Council chairman Clarence Ting wants the public to provide him with ideas on how to improve the coffeeshops in town.
ICONIC Worldwide Bhd’s maiden property project Iconic Point recorded a 100 per cent take-up rate during its soft launch at its sales gallery in D’Piazza Mall, Penang.
Aliyaa remains true to its Sri Lankan culinary heritage with a new range of Sri Lankan fare like puttu kothu, nandu poriyal, Point Pedro vadai and amma's crab curry.
PETALING JAYA: It does not matter if you live in a studio apartment or bungalow because the Perfect Livin Home Expo is ready to provide the best home decor solutions for you.The expo is taking place at the Starling Exhibition Hall in Starling Mall until tomorrow.
PETALING JAYA: The annual leakage of more than RM500mil in subsidised liquefied petroleum gas meant for homes must be stopped, says the Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee.“PAC’s focus is definitely on the standard operating procedure on how subsidised LPG is supplied and sold, and why there was RM1.7bil in losses between 2015 and 2017, ” PAC deputy chairman Wong Kah Woh said yesterday.
COUNCILLOR for Zone 45A Bandar Baru Klang, Ngian Yoke Mooi, urged residents to set aside 10 minutes daily to clean up potential breeding sites in their compound to fight the dreaded Aedes mosquito.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians should reject the ongoing campaign to boycott non-Muslim products as it is counterproductive and breeds hatred in a multiracial society, says the National Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (NCCIM).