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AFTER rumourmongers scared the community senseless about Covid-19 cases in Pulau Tikus market in Penang, going there became an episode of fear for me.
TRADERS at Pulau Tikus market in Penang are crying foul as their business is badly affected due to rumours of many positive Covid-19 cases detected at the market that went viral online since a week ago.
TRADERS at the wet market in Taman Perling, Johor Baru hope the upgrade of the premises will be completed on time.
AS THE Kuala Selangor District Council (MDKS) awaits the decision from the Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government (KPKT) Ministry to be elevated to municipality status, residents want natural attractions here retained and the pathway to progress be kept as sustainable as possible.
GEORGE TOWN: After enjoying a brief respite during the movement control order last year, the water in Sungai Pinang has turned from brackish to “blackish” once again.
IN THE 1970s until 1990s, Sungai Tebrau was bountiful with fish and crustaceans.
THE Lunar New Year is just around the corner, but the usual din and noise of market-goers haggling with traders are missing at wet markets in George Town, Penang.
Singapore: Hundreds of shoppers throng Chinatown Complex wet market ahead of CNY; only 19 imported cases reported
SINGAPORE, Feb. 2 (The Straits Times/ANN): Hundreds of shoppers were seen inside the wet market that is situated on the basement of the Chinatown Complex on Tuesday (Feb 2) morning.
PETALING JAYA: A 39-year-old fishmonger who hit his wife in a fit of rage after reading text messages in her phone paid the price when a Magistrate’s Court here sentenced him to a month in jail and fined him RM1,000.
PETALING JAYA: A 39-year-old fishmonger who hit his wife’s head in a fit of rage after reading text messages on her phone paid the price when a Magistrate’s Court sentenced him to a month in jail and an RM1,000 fine.