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KARAK: Aid for victims of the Kampung Baru Cina fire continues to pour in while plans are afoot to rebuild the area.
KOTA KINABALU: “Enough is enough,” say Sabah’s west-coast residents as they plead for concrete immediate action after being hit by floods for the fourth time in the last month.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s Covid-19 positivity rate continues to show improvement, with the latest figure of 4.65% falling within the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) recommended threshold.
TO generate enthusiasm with the reopening of schools, a primary schoolteacher in Langkawi painted her students’ tables, reported Harian Metro.
MALAYSIAN singer-songwriter Penny Tai has made a startling revelation that her erstwhile three-year hiatus from performing was due to her suffering from fainting spells, reported Sin Chew Daily.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s Covid-19 test positivity rate is 4.65%, within the World Health Organisation (WHO) threshold of 5% for adequate testing.
Rise of Covid-19 cases in Singapore shouldn't halt discussions on reopening of border, says Johor MB
MUAR: The increase in Covid-19 cases in Singapore should not stop the island republic from discussing the reopening of the border with Malaysia and Johor, says Datuk Hasni Mohammad.
SHAH ALAM: Two suspects have been arrested for allegedly intimidating a woman who lent money to a police officer.
KUCHING: Sarawak's daily Covid-19 cases dropped below the 1,000-mark for the first time since mid-August on Tuesday (Oct 12) with 834 new cases reported.
KUANTAN: The driving licences of fire victims at Kampung Baru Cina Karak in Bentong will be replaced by the government for free, says Dr Wee Ka Siong.