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KOTA BELUD: Kota Belud, the “rice bowl” of Sabah, is looking at RM29mil in losses after nearly 7,000ha of padi fields were severely damaged by floods that hit the district following heavy rainfall.
GEORGE TOWN: As the water theme park at Escape Theme Park in Teluk Bahang reopens, the chlorine level of the pool is monitored every two hours, instead of three, says CEO Sim Choo Kheng
THE National Tamil School Teachers Union of Malaysia Perak chapter and former students association of Teachers Training Institute, Sultan Abdul Halim Campus, will organise a national-level drawing competition for Tamil school pupils, Makkal Osai reported.
PETALING JAYA: Families are looking forward to having a splashing fun time at theme parks and water parks since they are allowed to operate.
KUANTAN: After denying that he is a PKR proxy, independent candidate Mohd Shukri Mohd Ramli (pic) says he is now fending off accusations that he has been bought by Barisan Nasional.
GEORGE TOWN: A pre-school child bearing a small see-through pouch containing only colour pencils entered her school as early as 7.15am. She is warmly welcomed by her teachers wearing face masks and face shields.
PROLEXUS has launched its new revolutionary anti-virus protective mask ProXmask90V that could provide optimal protection against Covid-19.
Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) has distributed banners and posters to schools around the city, including SMK Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah.
A SHOP selling fresh fish and prawns that is operating like a mini fish market in Happy Garden, Kuala Lumpur has been fined for flouting the law.