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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah remains on high alert after heavy rainfall over the weekend resulted in flash floods, landslips and damages to roads, properties and crops in nine districts.
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Public Works Department (JKR) will use the emergency allocation to carry out repair works in flood-hit Pitas district.
PETALING JAYA: The Army has deployed its 91st Assistance Regiment, 91st Royal Engineer Army Regiment and the Second Royal Engineer Army Regiment to construct a compact Bailey 200 bridge at Kampung Belimbing, Pahang.
KUANTAN (Bernama): A man died after slipping and falling in the area of a collapsed bridge leading from Jalan Belimbing to Jalan Sri Makmur in Maran, about 82km from here, after sending groceries to his friend Sunday (Jan 10) night.
KOTA KINABALU: A downpour in the east coast district of Sandakan on Monday (Jan 11) morning saw landslides occurring at roads there, as authorities were on standby for flash floods.
Authorities need to be proactive in identifying potholes, not wait for public to lodge complaints, says Lam Thye
PETALING JAYA: Authorities need to be proactive in filling potholes rather than reacting only when a tragedy strikes, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A total of 19,591 people remained at evacuation centres in five flood-hit states in the peninsula as at 1 pm Monday (Jan 4), according to statistics gleaned from the Social Welfare Department portal.
KOTA TINGGI: A total of 12 federal and district roads here have been closed to all vehicles after they were immersed in floodwaters.
KUCHING (Bernama): Guard railings will be built at all ferry crossing points in Sarawak to prevent a recurrence of yesterday's tragedy where a four-wheel-drive (4WD) plunged into Sungai Batang Lupar in Sri Aman, said Deputy Chief Minister II Tan Sri Dr James Jemut Masing.
PETALING JAYA: The Works Ministry has given its commitment to fix potholes on federal roads within 24 hours of receiving a complaint, as the issue of road maintenance in Malaysia continues to be parodied.