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PUTRAJAYA: The green light has been given for certain sectors in tourism and sports to be reopened, as the government looks towards easing more Covid-19 restrictions.
KUCHING: For Singai Nekan, one of Sarawak’s last Bidayuh “ring ladies”, seeing her likeness on a giant mural at Kota Padawan came as a pleasant surprise.
PUTRAJAYA: Living with Covid-19 is a reality the Malaysian public has to accept, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
JOHOR BARU: Business operators in the city centre have heaved a sigh of relief as foot traffic increased with the government’s recent move to allow interstate travel, but most of them remain wary about observing Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs).
KUCHING: A new mural featuring Sarawak's last Bidayuh “ring ladies” is set to become a tourist attraction at Kota Padawan here.
RABAT/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel and Moroccan Jews on Friday celebrated an agreement to normalise relations between the two countries, but the largest party in Morocco's government faced internal wrangling over a move that some Moroccans regard as a betrayal of Palestinians.
GEORGE TOWN: The year-end season usually means sales and promotions galore.
FORMALISING its collaboration with Skyline Enterprises, Gamuda Land announced the signing of a partnership agreement with the Queenstown-based leisure and entertainment operator during a recent virtual ceremony held concurrently in Malaysia and New Zealand, pledging to develop the country’s first Luge Activity park in Gamuda Gardens in Sungai Buloh, Selangor.