Saturday, May 15, 2021

cleanliness

Keeping Bintulu clean the BDA way

KUCHING: Teaching the public to keep the environment clean is not an easy task, said former general manager of Bintulu Development Authority (BDA) Datuk Rodziah Morshidi. But how did BDA manage to keep Bintulu clean? “There are the two crucial prerequisites...

Watch out for diseases

KUCHING: Tanjung Datu constituents are reminded to practise good personal hygiene and cleanliness at their residential areas to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases. Tanjung Datu assemblywoman Datuk Amar Jamilah Anu said diseases such as Covid-19, rabies and Japanese Encephalitis...

‘Work closely with SMC’

SIBU: Local residents have been urged to work closely with the Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) to keep the environment clean. Pointing out this, SMC chairman Clarence Ting said, "If people keep throwing rubbish with SMC picking it up, it will...

Brisk business at Sunday market

SIBU: The traders at Sunday market at Taman Indah here seemed to be doing brisk business. Chairman of Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) Clarence Ting said this in a statement yesterday (Sept 12). "Last week, the 6th week since opening on August...

Be civic minded

KUCHING: Dwellers of Batu Kawa are reminded to dispose of their rubbish responsibly to maintain the cleanliness of their area. Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Seri Dr Sim Kui Hian expressed his disappointment on errant residents who threw their...

Council calls for change in habits

SIBU: The movement control order (MCO) should have raised the standard of public hygiene, commented chairman of Sibu Municipal Council, Clarence Ting Ing Horh. He noted that the enforcement of MCO had been done for a few months now, and...

New stalls for hawker centre

KUCHING: The old hawker centre at Kampung Nangka in Sibu saw a major facelift in the shape of its stalls. Gone are the old makeshift stalls being set up with recycled woods and old canvas — which has been an...
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4,113 new Covid cases, 34 deaths nationwide today

KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 4,113 new Covid-19 cases were reported today, a slight drop from the 4,855 infections...
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