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Unlicensed entertainment outlet sealed

THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) Enforcement Department raided and sealed an entertainment outlet in Puchong that was operating without a licence.


Sabah gets ready for VMY with street entertainment

KOTA KINABALU: Plenty of street entertainment has been lined up as Sabah’s tourism players get ready for Visit Malaysia Year 2014 (VMY 2014).


MPSJ raids two unlicensed entertainment centres

THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) seized equipment from two unlicensed entertainment centres during an operation by its enforcement personnel.


Philippines' adult entertainment king wins 'jolli' battle

Manila (AFP) - The Philippines' biggest fast-food chain has lost a long trademark battle against the nation's "King of Night Entertainment" to own the "jolli" brand, according to government documents.


No family entertainment centres in Ipoh from next year

GOPENG: Beginning next year, family entertainment centres will not be allowed to ope­rate in Perak due to rampant abuse of licences by owners of the premises, says a state exco member.


Minister: Industry players were consulted on Jakim’s entertainment guidelines

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Islamic Development Department’s (Jakim) entertainment guidelines were discussed thoroughly with industry players during the drafting stage.


New hosts for Astro’s entertainment platform hlive

Astro amps up its entertainment news delivery with fresh faces.


Enjoy a new era of entertainment

Fox International Channels adds to your entertainment pleasure.


No firm decision on entertainment centre licences yet

THE PERAK Government has not yet come to a firm decision about ending the issuance and renewal of licences for family entertainment centres next year, says State Non-Governmental Organisations, Civil Society and Anti-Crime Committee Chairman Datuk Samsudin Abu Hassan.


Entertainment sector expected to grow in spite of GST

THE entertainment industry in Malaysia is expected to grow in subsequent years in spite of the impending goods and services tax (GST) raising movie and event ticket prices.