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HEALTH authorities have been urged to provide clarification over the public confusion regarding the waiting list for Covid-19 vaccination.
ABOUT 500 needy folk from the Ashby Flats in Ipoh received foodstuff from Perak MCA to lighten their burden during the movement control order.
THE government should introduce a “lemon law” provision into the Consumer Protection Act 1999.
PEOPLE are still falling prey to scams despite the high number of reports on the topic being disseminated every day.
THE past three years have been particularly hard on Tham Lai Gan.
FORMER Public Works Depart-ment employee D. Subramaniam no longer has to worry about rainwater falling down on his head and flooding his house.
A FORMER Public Works Department (JKR) employee is seeking assistance from the public to repair his dilapidated house in Wah Loong Baru, Kampar.
THE government is urged to consider allowing a few more key businesses to open during the movement control order (MCO).
A COFFEESHOP owner in Taman Tasek Mutiara near Ipoh had a rude shock upon discovering a drastic increase in his sewerage bill.Yip Kwai Pong, 54, said he had been renting the shop since April last year and the sewerage bill usually amounted to RM20 a month.