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KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will facilitate a meeting between relevant government agencies and traders at Central Market to help them obtain aid under the National Economic Revival Plan (Penjana) initiative.
JOHOR BARU: The public and business groups are happy with the government’s decision to introduce more initiatives to help them cope following the Covid-19 pandemic affecting their lives.
CUSTOMERS will be prohibited from dining-in at temporary roadside stalls in Penang during the Kew Ong Yeah (Nine Emperor Gods) Festival.
JOHOR BARU: Iskandar Malaysia’s low-carbon agenda received another boost as five buildings in the economic region were recognised for their green efforts through the Green Accord Initiative Award (GAIA) 2019/2020.
Twenty types of businesses have been singled out by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) as being off limits to foreigners in the nation’s capital.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) raided several prostitution dens during its Ops Tebah (Operation Strike) in areas near Petaling Street in the city.
MIRI: Mobile units from the state health department are being deployed to construction sites and plantations, including in rural districts, to carry out Covid-19 screening among local and foreign workers.
The lights were on and the merchandise on full display, but the shop assistants were nowhere in sight.
Locals are urged to take up jobs in the oil palm sector to reduce the current shortage of labour.
BUSINESSES located in nine areas in Klang must have 240-litre rubbish bins in place from Oct 1 under a pilot programme by Klang Municipal Council (MPK).