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AS THE Kuala Selangor District Council (MDKS) awaits the decision from the Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government (KPKT) Ministry to be elevated to municipality status, residents want natural attractions here retained and the pathway to progress be kept as sustainable as possible.
THE Penang government has warned traders and retailers not to exploit the Chinese New Year festive season by increasing prices of essentials and food items.
MANY retailers of non-essential goods are happy to be able to operate again, but expressed worry that it might be hard to ensure everyone observes the stricter standard operating procedures (SOP).
THE shop’s quiet facade belies the frantic pace of production within, as workers attend to the machines and sort out customers’ products to ensure orders are met on time.
SHOPPERS in Penang are disappointed with the low quality of plastic bags given out at supermarkets despite them forking out RM1 per bag.
THE absence of tourists and temporary closure of many businesses under the movement control order have dimmed the lustre of Kuala Lumpur’s commercial, shopping and entertainment hub – the Golden Triangle – and other iconic places in the city centre like Petaling Street.
THERE is a shortage of cooking oil in Kapit as traders are not getting enough supply from Sibu.
IN VIEW of the Year of the Ox approaching, Nestlé is spreading prosperity with the Nestlé Niu Year Contest offering Malaysians the opportunity to win prizes worth more than RM900,000.
Ox-themed masks may not be trending at the moment but Petaling Street traders in Kuala Lumpur are banking on the zodiac animal to give the idea a big push come this Chinese New Year.