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THE Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation Malaysia (ADFM) is urging the government to have a national dementia plan to address the needs of the nation’s growing ageing population.
JOHOR BARU: Chinese cultural museums in downtown Johor Baru hope more visitors and locals will take an interest in local culture and history and visit these places to help them stay open.
COOPERATION and creative marketing are key to reviving Penang’s tourism industry following the impact of Covid-19, said state tourism and creative economy committee chairman Yeoh Soon Hin.
THE Alzheimer’s Disease Foun-dation Malaysia (ADFM) is urging the government to have a national dementia plan to address the needs of the nation’s growing ageing population.
CHARGING consumers for the sale of single-use plastic bags is a good step to raise awareness of plastic pollution, but is insufficient in addressing the scale of this particular environmental problem, says a global pressure group.
JOHOR BARU: Iskandar Malaysia’s low-carbon agenda received another boost as five buildings in the economic region were recognised for their green efforts through the Green Accord Initiative Award (GAIA) 2019/2020.
JOHOR BARU: Decades-old shops in the heart of Johor Baru are still in business despite the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, thanks to support from the locals.
“IS your wardrobe full but you feel like you have nothing to wear?”
JOHOR BARU: The Johor government is confident Kulai Iskandar Data Exchange (Kidex) will bring in RM17.5bil worth of investments into the state and provide more than 1,600 employment opportunities once ready in three years’ time.
MIRI: Mobile units from the state health department are being deployed to construction sites and plantations, including in rural districts, to carry out Covid-19 screening among local and foreign workers.