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IPOH recorded an 86% drop in dengue cases since Oct 16, says Datuk Rumaizi Baharin.
Sepang residents demand permanent solutions instead of stop-gap measures that get swept away.
Johor Civil Defence Force (APM) carried out an online flood safety and management training in October to help village chiefs in flood-prone areas prepare for floods.
AN individual was caught in the act of stealing a council-owned rubbish bin late one evening in Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong.
RESIDENTS in flood-prone areas should be extra cautious when coming into contact with flood- water and also ensure that children do not play in it, says Johor Health director Datuk Dr Aman Rabu
THE recent spate of dengue cases around Section 17 in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, has prompted the city council to carry out weekly fogging operations.
THE SEPANG Municipal Council was shocked to receive the news on the sudden passing of its health and environment director Kuzaini Hamidon, 47, on Thursday morning (Aug 5).
KLANG Municipal Council’s (MPK) Health Department has warned people in the s Pandamaran, Bandar Bukit Tinggi and Taman Sentosa neighbourhoods to clean up and remove stagnant water in and around their homes to protect themselves from the Aedes mosquitoes that carry the dengue disease.
THOSE living in Malaysia would be accustomed to its searing heat and torrential rain.