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Three tell their stories of charting new paths for themselves after being retrenched.
TAXI and bus drivers should consider providing delivery services instead of just ferrying passengers for their income.
Selangor government is allocating RM5mil to help the urban poor through a food bank initiative.
SUBANG Jaya City Council (MBSJ) is looking into the placement of height barriers after several incidents of such structures being knocked down.
Taxi and e-hailing drivers were among those hit hard when the movement control order was imposed more than a year ago due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Those who have persevered and continued driving, are starting to see a slight improvement and hoping things will get better from here on.
E-HAILING driver P. Gunasundari, 31, from Penang says her income has been significantly affected by the movement control order imposed last year, making it a big challenge for the single mother of two to make ends meet.
KUALA LUMPUR City Hall (DBKL) will work closely with the police to penalise motorcyclists riding on pedestrian walkways.
THE COVID-19 pandemic has hit the aviation industry very hard, nearly bringing to a standstill the passenger traffic, air cargo demand, the airport workforce and the retail services at the terminals. The Penang International Airport has not been spared too.
LORRY drivers in Johor Baru are lauding the Singapore government’s move to offer Covid-19 vaccine to them and their assistants who enter the island republic frequently.
THE plight of taxi drivers, whose daily income plunged by almost 90% the past year, has got the government’s attention.