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COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The Faroe Islands said on Thursday it would review regulations governing its centuries-old tradition of hunting dolphins after graphic footage of the slaughter of a record catch of hundreds prompted an outcry.
LANGKAWI: After more than a year with hardly any tourists, Langkawi was brimming with domestic travellers on Malaysia Day yesterday.
GEORGE TOWN: Penang police will not hesitate to seek the closure of premises or public spaces to ensure the people’s health and safety are maintained, warns state police chief Comm Datuk Mohd Shuhaily Mohd Zain.
Taocaicai is expected to offer more than one million products from around the world to community group buying users in China. The new brand will work closely with Alibaba’s logistics unit Cainiao and food delivery service Ele.me.
IT will be the second time that frontliners from Sabah and Sarawak working in Georgetown, Penang, will celebrate Malaysia Day far away from their hometowns as their priority is in shouldering their responsibilities in battling the Covid-19 pandemic.
The columnist recalls his first local tour with foreigners more than three decades ago.
PETALING JAYA: Mohd Ziyad Zolkefli (pic) is counting down the hours until he gets to end his quarantine after returning from the Tokyo Paralympics.
Tourism industry players want authorities to put health and safety measures in place before reopening.
Local tourists set to converge on island as hotels and airlines throw in dandy deals.
Bali's tourism industry is hoping for an uptick in business after Covid-19 social restrictions were eased for the resort island on Monday, with the government beginning to formulate plans to allow foreign travel to resume.