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KOTA KINABALU: Poor drainage and irrigation are the main culprits for the recurring flash floods in towns and the city, which have seen hundreds of people displaced in Sabah, says Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin.
PASIR GUDANG: A welder was killed while two others were injured when a tank containing crude glycerine exploded at a factory in Tanjung Langsat here.
KUCHING: It was a double whammy for flood victims housed at a temporary relief centre at Taman Malihah hall here when it was flooded yesterday morning, forcing them to relocate to a new one at SJKC Chung Hua Sungai Tengah.
PENANG Hill Corporation (PHC) has carried out sanitisation exercise on its assets and premises, taking advantage of the railway closure to tourists during the two-week movement control order (MCO) period.
SANDAKAN: Three crew members of tugboat are missing after their vessel capsized in choppy waters off Sandakan on Sabah's east coast.
LANGKAWI: Quick action by firemen averted a major disaster and possibly saved the tropical rainforest on this holiday island from being engulfed in fire.
Guests at The Andaman, where a fire recently broke out, have all been safely relocated to other hotels.
ALOR SETAR: The fire that gutted part of the five-star Andaman Resort in Langkawi has been brought under control.
A COUPLE in Perak had a European bridesmaid and a South American best man for their wedding, reported Harian Metro.