Indian restaurants face bleak future despite easing measures
Double whammy as dependence on foreign labour disqualifies outlets from aid, while having to pay for workers’ Covid-19 tests.
Eating out under the new normal
Two friends determined to eat banana leaf rice brave strict social distancing guidelines to satisfy taste buds.
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Elderly man detained for drink-driving
Port Dickson cops breathalyse man during Op Mabuk, more than twice the limit.
PJ Old Town market unfit for reopening, say residents
MyPJ 'shocked' by deplorable conditions of the site due to open tomorrow.
Malaysia must learn from failed industrial policies before starting anew
Changes may jeopardise established businesses providing incomes for millions, experts warn.
Zero income forces trishaw riders to rely on free meals
No tourists since March affecting many riders plying Unesco-listed George Town.
Man remanded for allegedly punching cop at Johor roadblock
29-year-old Pahang resident hurled obscenities when asked to produce permit for interstate travel.
Jais pre-marriage courses to go online next weekend
Each session will have maximum of 150 participants.
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New economic unit to speed up manufacturing process, says Azmin
Project Acceleration and Coordination Unit to fall under Malaysian Investment Development Authority.
More govt intervention needed to save economy, says expert
Selectively and for a short period, Putrajaya must boost supply side as well, explains economist.
Health Ministry not expecting spike in virus cases at detention centres
Screening of all migrants, staff at 4 immigration facilities almost done, says health D-G.
Safe to reopen barbershops next week, says Noor Hisham
Health D-G says monitoring will be conducted to ensure compliance with SOPs.
Health D-G says country not yet ready for exit strategy
Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act still in force, says Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.