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JOHOR BARU: Johor Fire and Rescue Department has warned the public not to carry out open burning activities, even now during the rainy weather.
JOHOR BARU: Johor has the highest number of the most polluted rivers in the peninsula, based on Environment Department’s data.
PETALING JAYA: Just as most Malaysians are heaving a sigh of relief that the country is in the recovery stage of the Covid-19 pandemic, another problem is looming – the annual haze.
Residents of Taman Bukit Manda’rina Second Enclave in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur are concerned about safety measures at a highway construction site.
KUALA LUMPUR: A tofu processing factory in Jalan Pudu Ulu Cheras here – which has high ratings on an online travel site – was shut down by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) on Monday (June 15) for violating various health and safety regulations.
BARBER shops and hair salons must ensure that all touch points are wiped clean according to the standard operating procedures (SOP) to lessen the risk of Covid-19 transmission, says Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud.
WORKERS and traders in the wholesale section of Pasar Besar Meru in Klang have all tested negative for Covid-19 from the nasal and tongue swabs taken by the Klang District Health Office.
STANDARD operating procedures (SOP) will be stricter at Pasar Besar Meru, the biggest wet market in Klang, to ensure the crowd is of a manageable size and that the people adhere to social distancing.
KLUANG: The Environment Department (DOE) in Johor has suspended a company believed to be responsible for polluting Sungai Sembrong in Kluang and causing thousands of fish and giant freshwater prawns (udang galah) to die.
SOME months ago, Sungai Tukang Batu in Pasir Gudang, Johor was reported to be one of the dirtiest rivers in the country.