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Kepong MP claims some DBKL officers bribed by eateries placing tables outside

KEPONG MP Lim Lip Eng is alleging that some Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) enforcement officers may be taking bribes from eateries which had been placing tables and chairs on parking lots and sidewalks.


Ipoh folk have mixed reactions to no smoking law at eateries

THE extension of the smoking ban to all eateries nationwide has garnered mixed views from the public.

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69 eateries found with expired licence, one closed in MPSJ operation

The Subang Jaya Municipal Council's routine check of eateries in SS 15 resulted in one outlet being closed down and 69 issued with compounds for expired business licence.

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MBPJ orders two more eateries to close

The two eateries have until 3pm today to close, they need to clean up before they can reopen for business again.


Two-week closure for eateries with rat droppings

AN ice cream eatery, one of the world’s largest franchises, and two well-known cafes in Bandar Baru Klang which offer premium cakes and pastries, were among 14 eateries that the Selangor Health Department shut down for two weeks after rat droppings were found in their premises.

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MPK steps up spot check on eateries

KLANG Municipal Council (MPK) is increasing its inspections of eateries and intensifying checks on food preparation and handling practices.


DBKL uses colour codes to monitor eateries

KUALA LUMPUR City Hall (DBKL) has warned owners of eateries in the city that it would not compromise on hygiene standards.


Shun eateries poorly rated for cleanliness, says PPj president

Measures by local councils to weed out unhygienic eateries would not be very effective if people don't stay away from outlets that are less than spick-span, says Putrajaya Corporation president.


Eateries ordered closed in Klang

SEVERAL eateries have been ordered closed by the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) in an ongoing operation to check food safety and hygiene.


Adding bite to action against dirty eateries

THE Penang Island City Council (MBPP) is fine-tuning its existing by-laws to add more ‘bite’ against food outlets which flout the law.