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TWENTY-SIX premises in Sepang were raided for committing electricity theft during a joint operation involving six agencies.
KUCHING: The Mental Health Association of Sarawak (MHAS) supports calls to decriminalise suicide attempts, following a recent prosecution in Peninsular Malaysia.
KUCHING: A new journal focusing on responsible tourism management will be published in Sarawak, bringing together expert insights from academics and practitioners.
SIBU: While everyone agrees that it is good to have enforcement measures to make people comply with the standard operating procedures (SOP), many people here consider the RM1,000 fine for not wearing face mask in public as too high.
JOHOR BARU: The number of people falling prey to loan sharks is expected to increase steeply in the months to come as desperation grows among the public, especially those who have lost their jobs or businesses.
IT HAS been eight years since the River of Life Public Outreach Programme (RoL-POP) was launched to address pollution of two Klang Valley waterways, by getting the community involved in their preservation.
AFTER more than a decade of living in fear that their building would collapse, residents of Taman Teluk Gedung Indah (TTGI) low-cost flats in Port Klang, are hopeful that a solution can be found to the soil settlement issue.
PENANGITES are law-abiding people as more than 99% have been found to comply with the Covid-19 standard operating procedure (SOP), said state local government, housing, town and country planning committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo.
THE recent case of a 20-year-old in Miri who was issued a RM1,000 compound for not writing down his full name in the registration book when dining at an eatery, has received negative reaction from the public.