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GEORGE TOWN: Three eateries and a spice store were ordered to shut by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), after rat droppings and live cockroaches were found separately on their premises.
MALAYSIANS love to eat out.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: Valentine’s Day may be over, but there is still time to secure dedication to a loved one with a lock and key while immortalising the moment with a photo in a romantic setting.
IN MALAYSIA, many are familiar with the term nasi campur, which means mixed rice.
Companies and restaurants are taking further measures to curb the spread of Covid-19.
IF anyone does not understand the gravity of the Covid-19 epidemic, just visit any bank branch. For the first time, there are more bank tellers behind the counters than customers in a large branch in Bandar Utama.
AS EXPECTED, like a bad case of acid reflux after a heavy meal, many Malaysians have again closed not one but both eyes when it comes to tolerating dirty eateries.
GEORGE TOWN: Two famous nasi kandar outlets here have been compounded by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) for cross-contamination and improper handling of food.
SEREMBAN City Council’s (MBS) decision to charge for parking at the wet market on weekends and public holidays has drawn mixed reactions, with half of them crying foul.Homemaker Maggie Lee, in her 30s, said it was unfair for market visitors to have to pay parking fees on those days when motorists who park in the rest of the city are exempted.
Local council deals with 15,000 strays due to irresponsible ownership and neglect.