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SELANGOR government has been informed by Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM) that the Federal Government is in the final stage of negotiations in drawing up a concession agreement for PJD Link.
FISHERMEN like Mohd Noor Ramli from Kampung Binjai, Penang, who berth their boats by the banks of Sungai Bayan Lepas, have been working without proper docking and storage facilities for years.
WHILE sighs of relief were heard when a viral video of workers hanging on for dear life to the railings of a gondola swinging in mid-air were able to clamber to safety, those in the business were reminded of those who were not as fortunate.
THE Social Security Organisation (Socso) Sibu office in Sarawak remains committed to helping self-employed people via various management activities under the Self-Employment Social Security Scheme (SPS) programme.
SELANGOR will continue to issue temporary trading licences to residents who lost their jobs in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
THE Johor government will continue its approach of giving special allocation to all assemblymen, including those in the opposition as part of its initiative to improve engagement among all state elected representatives.
ONLINE learning has become the new norm for millions of children around the world, including school and college students in Malaysia.
Protective gear mandatory for sanitation workers as they risk contracting diseases while on the job
WITH Year One and Year Two pupils starting face-to-face classes on Monday, teachers and administration staff are busy making last-minute preparations for the new school term.
Metro Mail: From SHEIKH MOQHTAR KADIR.