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KUMQUAT trees, which are often used as decorations during Chinese New Year, are 10% more expensive now due to a shortage in the market, reported China Press.
PETALING JAYA: Petronas Dagangan Bhd’s (PetDag) mobile refuelling service ROVR introduction of its first mini portable container system (PCS) in Sabah is expected to support the group’s portfolio performance in the long run.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia threw out an invitation to backpackers on Wednesday, seeking reinforcements for a workforce crippled by an Omicron COVID-19 outbreak as the country's health system creaks under the pandemic's strain with more deaths predicted in weeks ahead.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday the shortages of at-home antigen tests were "not unique" to the country as authorities deal with a runaway Omicron outbreak that has driven up hospitalisation rates and strains testing systems.
Thailand records 7,793 Covid-19 cases on Saturday (Jan 15) as govt aims to keep living costs in check amid rising food and energy prices
Thailand's Ministry of Public Health reported on Saturday that in the past 24 hours there are 7,793 new patients who tested positive for Covid-19, 270 of whom have arrived in Thailand from abroad.
A state-imposed Internet shutdown in Kazakhstan entered a sixth day on Monday, leaving millions of people struggling to access basic services and information about anti-government protests that have rocked the country, digital rights groups said.
KOTA KINABALU: An ongoing crackdown on price hikes on essential goods, especially controlled items, has been extended in Sabah.
NUR-SULTAN (Reuters) -Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed victory on Monday in defending Kazakhstan from what he described as a foreign-backed terrorist uprising, and promised leaders of other ex-Soviet states that a Moscow-led alliance would protect them too.