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Shops in Singapore had a quieter-than-usual January ahead of muted Chinese New Year celebrations, with official data showing retail sales down 6.1 per cent year-on-year.
PETALING Jaya City Council (MBPJ) spent RM20,000 to repair a damaged walkway along Jalan SS20/10 in Damansara Kim last year.
Taman Negara is home to an ancient rainforest, where one can find a treasure trove of plants and animals. There are also fast-flowing rivers and scenic views which have always managed to capture the hearts of those who venture into this green enclave.
BANGKOK, Feb 21 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): The first phase of redeveloping the Benjakitti Park will be completed by June 2021 to be open for Mother's Day, deputy government spokesperson Traisuree Taisaranakul said on Sunday.
PUPILS from SJK(C) Pui Ying at Mile 4 will no longer have to dice with death while trying to cross Jalan Kapar as a pedestrian bridge is being built on government land next to the school.
DESPITE a dearth of parking spaces in People’s Housing Projects (PPR) and Public Housing schemes (PA) all over Kuala Lumpur, there are few takers at new multi-storey carparks built to overcome the shortage.
THE Bukit Gasing assemblyman’s office is continuing its efforts to keep the constituency clean with the installation of 18 litter bins in Sections 11 and 12, Petaling Jaya.
Five development projects costing RM9.63mil will be carried out on duty-free Labuan island this year, says Labuan Corporation chief executive officer Dr Fary Akmal Osman.
The assignment was to capture in photographs what already weighed heavily on most everyone’s mind: The way the coronavirus pandemic had altered their lives.
Vientiane, Jan 23 (Vientiane Times/ANN): The famed Phathat Sikhottabong stupa festival in Thakhaek district, Khammuan province, will take place from February 26-29 but will have fewer activities than normal in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.