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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Throughout 2019, the Klang Valley experienced disruptions in water supply at least nine times, a good number of which were due to contamination of the raw water supply.
PETALING JAYA: Travel and tourism industry players are backing the government’s decision to restrict Chinese travellers from Wuhan and cities in the Hubei province, although they expect their income to be hit hard.
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.
SYDNEY/MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Chinese communities around the world greeted the Year of the Rat on Saturday with dances and parades, although celebrations were marred by worries about the coronavirus outbreak that has upended Lunar New Year festivities in China.
China's National Health Commission said on Friday morning (Jan 24) the confirmed cases of the new coronavirus had risen to 830 with 26 deaths. The first death was also confirmed outside the central province of Hubei, where the capital, Wuhan, has been the epicentre of the outbreak.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Two things Thailand is famous for are its delicious street food and its wonderful beaches. Sadly, the first typically comes in plastic bags that often wash up on the second - not good for a country that relies on tourism for a fifth of its revenue.
IN celebrating the upcoming festivities of Chinese New Year, McDonald’s Malaysia continues its tradition of embracing the True Meaning of Prosperity for the fourth year, with restaurant crew members visiting more than 60 old folks’ homes across the nation ahead of Chinese New Year 2020.
PETALING JAYA: There is no cap on how much a candidate can spend during the Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia inaugural party polls, but this will be closely monitored, says party election committee chairman Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar.
(Reuters) - The outbreak of a new virus in China has sent shivers through world financial markets, with investors drawing comparisons to the 2003 SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) outbreak in order to assess its potential economic impact.