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The municipal council here has warned about 120 coffeeshop operators to clean up their outlets or risk losing their licences.
About 90% of the more than 300 food outlets in the city north areas have installed locally-designed interceptors that trap solid wastes and grease to prevent their discharge into the drains.
Like everyone else, a certain reporter was worried about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome when she became unwell.
#8220;If you know what#8217;s good for you, get out within the next 24 hours. This is no joke,#8221; a Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) volunteer told Shahanaaz Habib a day after she had arrived here from Amman on April 3.
The Domestic Trade and Consumers Affairs Ministry has postponed enforcement action against traders who use government-subsidised cooking gas for commercial purposes.
A campaign should be launched to revitalise Lebuh Acheh as I>Serambi/II>Mekah/I(Gateway to Mecca) to conserve Muslim heritage and culture in the state, said Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) Academy of Social Sciences director-general Prof Wazir Jahan Karim.
There is a need to preserve forts built in Sarawak during Rajah Brooke's rule, said Heritage of Malaysia Trust honorary council member Datin Amar Elizabeth Moggie.
Hambali, the brains behind Jemaah Islamiah operations, is finally caught after over two years on the run. He was the most wanted man in the South-East Asia, being the operations director of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda terrorist network. Last week, the Indonesian Muslim preacher was arrested in Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand, by Thai police and the CIA. WONG CHUN WAI and LOURDES CHARLES spoke to security contacts in the region on how this terrorist was arrested.
The Clean Food Regulation that will give the Health Ministry powers to act against dirty eateries and regulate all types of food outlets, from the hawkers to those in five-star hotels, will be gazetted before the end of the year.
While lessons may be long and tedious, life as an exchange student in Spain is rich and rewarding, full of surprises at every turn, writes DEBBITA TAN.