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FISH breeders in Kukup and Johor Baru are looking forward to hefty savings from the 60% discount in temporary occupation licence (TOL) rate given by Johor government as they continue to cope with the economic slowdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
THE Terengganu Health Depart-ment has conducted inspections at 5,478 eateries statewide to monitor compliance with recovery movement control order standard operating procedures.
SIBU Rural District Council (SRDC) has made the collection of used cooking oil from licensed eateries compulsory to prevent improper disposal.
They say a mother’s love for her children knows no limit.
CAMPBELL Street market in George Town should be turned into a hi-tech poultry slaughterhouse for Penang island, Tanjung MCA division chairman Loke Poh Chye suggested.
Wet markets are often associated with slick, usually slippery floors, dirty conditions and distinct smells of raw meat, fresh seafood and a variety of greens.
FOR years, shopowners at Pusat Bandar Baru Bercham, Ipoh, have started their day washing away smelly sewage seeping out from a manhole in front of their shops.
WHILE the Qing Ming festival will be a muted affair this year for the Chinese community, a wide variety of paper paraphernalia for departed ones like vaccines, face masks, hand sanitisers and medicine are still available in the shops.
SEMAMBU assemblyman Lee Chean Chung has requested the Pahang state government to cancel the one-hour time limit for customers dining in restaurants and coffee shops.