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MOST Malaysian car owners are familiar with Lim Tayar - a name that promises swift and superior service; a one-stop shop for all car maintenance.
“I am relieved that the government has allowed us to take out money from Account 1 of our Employees Provident Fund (EPF). I sell flowers and cookies from home to earn a living while my husband works in Singapore. My business was badly hit due to Covid-19 and my husband was unable to send back as much money as he used to as he now has extra expenses to bear due to the closure of the border. He used to travel back and forth between Johor and Singapore daily but he now has no choice but to remain in Singapore where he has to fork out extra cash for his rent there as well as for his daily basic needs. I am depending on my sales here for my five children who are between 14 and 24-years-old. Three of them are schooling while two are still looking for jobs. The money from the EPF really helps to ease our burden but I have made it a point to only take it out when we are desperate. ”S. Sumathi, 47, trader
LISBON: By this time of year, Ilene Steele, 63, would usually have several trips behind her: one to visit family in the United States, a holiday in Italy, and a few day excursions in London, where she lives with her retired therapist husband Mike.
PETALING JAYA: Career options and salaries are two pull factors drawing people from other states to relocate to the Klang Valley, or even abroad.
From daily RM8 deals and RM18 free shipping to fortune-telling and RM1 gold bars
KUNMING: A total of 87 students from Myanmar have received skills training in Longling County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, as the educational exchanges and cooperation strengthen between Yunnan and Myanmar.
UNIVERSITI Utara Malaysia (UUM) has emerged as the winner of Petron’s 6th Road Safety Programme in the Overall Institution category after a hotly contested digital competition with 83 universities and colleges involving over 9,000 students.
AUTOMOTIVE tech company SERV has recently concluded a number of partnerships to expand its app features to cover all essential needs of owning a car.
IN LINE with the government’s agenda to reduce road accidents, Bosch Automotive Aftermarket (AA) Malaysia joined hands with the Women, Family, and Community Development Ministry to organise the Heels & Wheels programme.
The collaboration will allow Toyota and Didi to fully implement a range of services they have been developing in the country.