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IPOH: Three unvaccinated homeless people who were placed at a temporary shelter here have been allowed to leave.
AFTER decades of using a dirt road to get to their farms and plantations in Kampung Sempa, Slim River, Perak, more than 60 farmers and landowners there now have a better road to travel on.
FOR years, the people of Sitiawan in Manjung, Perak, have been dealing with the problem of fly infestation.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): All government and private sector agencies, statutory bodies and associations in Langkawi given the role and responsibility of ensuring the success of the pioneer tourism bubble project on the resort island have to report their activities to the Langkawi Task Force.
Mersing Tourism Association (MTA) is calling for a centralised enforcement centre at the Mersing Jetty near Sungai Mersing to control and manage tourists who are expected to arrive when Johor enters Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan (NRP).
SIBU: A total of 9,289 secondary school students aged 16 and 17 from 33 national and private schools in the Sibu Division will receive their Covid-19 vaccines from Wednesday (Sept 8) to Friday (Sept 10).
JOHOR BARU: The state government is considering three locations as part of its preparations to welcome back tourists if the travel bubble to Pulau Langkawi is proven a success.
NON-governmental organisations (NGOs) welcome the move by state authorities to help the homeless in Johor Baru become independent.
KOTA KINABALU: Fifty new mattresses have been sent to the Dewan Arena Belia Covid-19 quarantine and treatment centre (PKRC) in Kunak following a complaint shared by a patient’s son on "uninhabitable" conditions there.
KAMPAR: The police have arrested 10 people, including nine foreign workers, who were found working in a factory at the Gopeng Industrial Area when they were supposed to be in self-quarantine.