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MBSJ’s team ready to act in anticipation of flash floods and landslides during upcoming monsoon
KOTA KINABALU: “Enough is enough,” say Sabah’s west-coast residents as they plead for concrete immediate action after being hit by floods for the fourth time in the last month.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah and its surrounding areas including Labuan are expected to be lashed by thunderstorms and strong winds over the next few days as a result of Typhoon Kompasu hitting the northern parts of the Philippines.
KOTA KINABALU: Flash floods have again hit parts of Sabah, with many roads, residential and commercial areas affected while some structures also had their roofs blown away due to strong winds in the wee hours of Tuesday (Oct 12).
Fresh storm forecast for flood-hit Thailand adds to growth risks and undermining efforts to ease virus restrictions
Thailand is bracing for a fresh tropical storm after weeks of heavy rainfall inundated large swathes of its cropland, undermining efforts to revive the pandemic-hit economy by easing Covid restrictions and a gradual tourism reopening.
Flood victims in all three Melaka districts can count on volunteers from state MCA Crisis Relief Squad (CRSM) to clean up their homes and provide them with aid.
GEORGE TOWN: Penangites are advised to brace for heavy rain until Thursday (Oct 7).
JOHOR BARU: The Fire and Rescue Department is on full alert as it braces for a lashing monsoon season, with thousands of its personnel being mobilised throughout the country.
PENANGITES were kept on their toes when it rained steadily almost all night long on Tuesday.