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MIRI: Sarawak has imposed an immediate ban on the recruitment of workers from China.
PETALING JAYA: It’s a two week-long festive period, but customers will thankfully not have to wait that long for their favourite shops to re-open.
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry, in its commitment to safeguard the health and well-being of Malaysians, will focus on pneumococcal vaccination for children and the smoking ban at eateries this year.
MELAKA: Concern over water shortage is looming in the state after the level at the main Durian Tunggal Dam is close to reaching the critical mark, says a source.
PETALING JAYA: The devastation caused by the bushfires in Australia is something that Malaysian Desmond Flaivel has never seen before and describes the aftermath akin to a war zone.
KOTA BARU: The government needs to consider the needs of both smokers and non-smokers, says Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.
KUALA LUMPUR: Some 56 non-governmental organisations protested against the government’s plan to allow designated smoking zones, saying that it is “contradictory” to the government’s anti-smoking efforts.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The government has been urged to review its proposal to set up special smoking zones in public places, estimated to cost RM1mil, and instead use the allocation for smokers’ rehabilitation programmes or treatment for diseases caused by smoking.
KUALA LUMPUR: Over 50 professional health bodies and non-government organisations have voiced their dissatisfaction over the government's plan to allow designated smoking areas outside eateries and in public areas.
HONG KONG, Jan 9, China Daily/ANN – About HK$65 million (US$8.35 million) of taxpayers' money is needed to repair traffic lights and pavements vandalized by anti-government radicals between June and December, the Transport and Housing Bureau said on Wednesday.