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GEORGE TOWN: Once a thriving tourist spot, the scenic Chew Jetty with closely built wooden houses in Weld Quay now looks empty and deserted.
A Bar Council survey reveals struggling legal eagles while some lawyers share coping strategies and how the digital transformation of the legal system is the way forward.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Queues for food banks have swollen in Spain as the coronavirus crisis has left hundreds of thousands of people teetering on the edge of poverty.
ALOR GAJAH: One family from Kampung Durian Daun Barat here has been living the “primitive” way for the past two decades without electricity and water supply – all because of where they live.
JOHOR BARU: For the past week, he has been living in dread of loan sharks harming him or his family.
KUALA LUMPUR: Daily downpours the past one week caused a retaining wall behind several homes in Bukit Antarabangsa to collapse, forcing out its residents.
PETALING JAYA: After slightly over a year the bubble has burst on the bubble tea craze, but operators with a good following and product quality are still going strong amid the Covid-19 crisis.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Secret love affairs, tricky business deals and political negotiations - Vienna's opulent five-star Hotel Sacher has been a popular spot for delicate missions since it opened in 1876.
(Reuters) - When Yahaira Caraballo opened her nail salon in the Bronx, New York nearly seven years ago, it was a bare-bones shop with two nail technicians.