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On July 9, the government agreed to allow drive-in cinemas to operate, subject to SOP, including requiring cinema-goers to remain in their vehicles.
Seremban, Melaka and Taiping are among the happiest cities in Malaysia, according to the Happiness Index study released in conjunction with International Day of Happiness.
On Earth Day today, we take a look at what the effects of Covid-19 and the MCO are having on the environment.
Seniors are the most vulnerable to coronavirus and we must protect them.
Malaysia has a low recycling rate. To address this, we need to learn from Finland’s campaign to build its circular economy by ensuring its citizens sort their waste at source.
We’re picking up trash, we’re trying for zero waste, we’re sharing food instead of throwing it away ... are Malaysians finally getting serious about dealing with the mountains of trash we generate?
The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) had conducted extensive research to suggest a regulatory framework for short-stay homes listed on platforms such as Airbnb, VRBO, Booking.com, HostAStay and MyCribBooking.com.
With calls for the short-stay industry in Malaysia to be regulated, operators and home owners are hoping for a positive outcome.
The solution for speedy construction of affordable yet high-quality housing may lie in the Industrialised Building System.