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WITH Qing Ming (Tomb-Sweeping Day) Festival coming up on April 4 and the movement control order still in force (the conditional phase for Selangor and Kuala Lumpur is extended until March 31), cemeteries in various cities are ensuring the SOP is observed strictly in the continuous concerted fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
JUST when we thought 2021 would have more of the same things we had in 2020, things got worse.
MORE than 50 shops in Klang’s Little India raised their shutters after closing shop since March 18 to abide by the movement control order (MCO).
MIRI: Christians must reach out to help those hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic
KUCHING: The Anglican Church of Kuching is proposing to hold Good Friday celebrations in cyberspace instead of a gathering in church and will postpone Easter celebration to another date after the movement control order (MCO) ends on April 14.
SEREMBAN City Council’s (MBS) decision to charge for parking at the wet market on weekends and public holidays has drawn mixed reactions, with half of them crying foul.Homemaker Maggie Lee, in her 30s, said it was unfair for market visitors to have to pay parking fees on those days when motorists who park in the rest of the city are exempted.
FOR Johor, the year 2019 was filled with happenings, with some making headlines in the print, digital and electronics media not only in the country but even internationally.
IT’S beginning to feel like Christmas at Atria Shopping Gallery (Atria). With the theme A Joyous Christmas, it offers a multitude of festive glitz from now until Dec 26. Step into the holiday mood with various activities including Christmas bazaar, shopping rewards, tree decoration contest, wreath making contest, party, art and craft workshops and many more.