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19 men die of alcohol poisoning

PETALING JAYA: A total of 19 men have died while 14 others are warded in critical condition, due to suspected alcohol poisoning.

Still no answer to lift problems

PROBLEMS involving elevators in residential buildings fall under the jurisdiction of the Federal Territories Ministry.

Chicken rice for a ‘cheep’ price

PASIR GUDANG: Students from two nearby universities call Norhidayat Jamal their hero because his chicken rice is priced at an unbelievable RM1. It is a godsend when their stomachs rumble and their pockets are dry.

Ex-state dept head addressed complaint before leaving post

SUNGAI BULOH: Former Selangor health department head Datuk Dr Azman Abu Bakar admitted that he was once approached about the complaint against the orthopaedic head of department (HoD) for sexual harassment and he did warn him to “stop all the nonsense”.

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Snuffing out unhealthy habit

IN A move to protect the public from exposure to second-hand smoke, the Health Ministry (MOH) and the police (PDRM) have appointed selected members of the Sunway Group’s auxiliary police team to educate and enforce a zoned smoking policy in the 323.75ha township of Sunway City. 

Private consumption seen slowing in 2019

PETALING JAYA: Populist policies introduced by the government, along with an expanding economy and low levels of inflation and unemployment, have boosted consumer spending in 2018.

Successful gotong-royong draws residents and agencies

DRESSED in his grey overalls complete with black boots and a bucket hat, Zul Fikar Aziz, 55, was an eager beaver during a mega gotong-royong in his neighbourhood in Penang.

Generic pharmaceutical producers to benefit from new policies

PETALING JAYA: Generic pharmaceutical producers are expected to be best poised to benefit from the deliberated policies relating to the healthcare sector, according to Affin Hwang Capital Research.

Practitioners call for review of Dental Act

A letter from DR P. MAHENDRAN, President of the Malaysian Private Practitioners Association, Petaling Jaya.