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Petaling Jaya Old Town residents and traders hope the authorities will be able to do thorough Covid-19 testing now that the neighbourhood is cordoned off with barbed wire.
A TOTAL of 360,737 pirated VCDs and DVDs worth RM2.06mil were crushed by Penang police using a steamroller.
JOHOR BARU: The number of illegal dumpsites in Johor declined significantly between 2014 and 2018, only to increase again last year.
Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) conducted a joint operation to demolish illegal stalls in Taman Setia Rawang, Rawang.
SUCCESSFUL cleanliness programmes along the Batu Ferringhi tourist belt have largely contributed towards Penang’s listing as one of the top 10 great value beach destinations in the world.
PERAK Education Department will set up a task force with the police to tackle crime in schools.
KUALA TERENGGANU: The Terengganu Health Department has recorded 204 dengue fever cases from January to March 2 this year, a 628.6% increase compared to just 28 cases during the same period last year.