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MBSA looks at higher fines for dirty eateries

RESTAURATEURS had better keep their premises clean as the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) is mulling over the suggestion by councillors to increase the fine on dirty eateries from the current RM300.


8,644 eateries inspected for cleanliness this year

ENFORCEMENT personnel from local authorities in Selangor have inspected 8,644 eateries in the state this year.


Starting next year all-day eateries in Kajang will have to close at least for two hours for cleaning

FROM Jan 1 next year, all 24-hour eateries within the jurisdiction of the Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) will have to close for a minimum of two hours to allow the premises to be cleaned up.


No mercy for dirty eateries

EATERIES on Penang island will be closed for two weeks if rat droppings are found in their premises.


Dead pests found at dirty eateries in Malim

MALACCA: Enforcement officers found cockroaches and carcasses of dead rodents during a check at several eateries in Malim.


Four eateries ordered shut

THE Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) ordered four restaurants in the city to be closed for three days after it was found that 16 food handlers working in the eateries were not inoculated and cockroaches were seen running in the kitchen area.


Many eateries facing loss in business due to rainy season

THE current monsoon season is “raining” havoc on eateries in and around Ipoh.


Unhygienic eateries to close

MALACCA: Serious about safeguarding the reputation of Historic City’s clean, spick-and-span image, Malacca Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron has ordered an immediate closure of unhygienic eateries within the city.


1Malaysia menu at 728 eateries offers breakfast and lunch for RM6

KUALA LUMPUR: The public can now have breakfast for a ceiling price of RM2 and lunch for RM4 at 728 eateries in Peninsular Malaysia, through the Menu Rakyat 1Malaysia (1Malaysia People's Menu) programme.


Illegal eateries in Sepang to be legalised

The Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) is planning to legalise illegal eateries in villages to solve the cleanliness problem as well as for better management.