IPOH: The sudden surge of water and soil from a stream that swept away two hikers at Gunung Suku in Simpang Pulai on Sunday (May 15) is believed to be the result of heavy rainfall. Perak Forestry Department director Datuk Mohamed Zin Yusop said it had rained heavily prior to the pre-dawn incident. "We have also checked and found that no logging licence was issued in the … [Read more...] about Gunung Suku water surge caused by heavy rainfall, says Forestry Dept
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COMING from a family of teachers, Alina Ali, 15, used to dream of becoming a teacher too. But as she gets older, she feels that it might just be a lot of hard work with not much reward. “When I was in primary school, I wanted to be like my mum, who teaches in secondary school. But now, looking at how stressed she is from all the work, I’m not so sure I want to follow in her … [Read more...] about Who wants to be a teacher?
PETALING JAYA: The water at four rivers in Selangor have exceeded dangerous levels, namely Sungai Klang, Sungai Batang Kali and Sungai Tengi di Hulu Selangor as well as Sungai Langat in Kuala Langat. Bernama TV also said on Facebook that water levels are continuing to rise at these rivers. Meanwhile, about 120 victims are believed to be affected by flash foods in the … [Read more...] about Water at Selangor rivers surging above dangerous levels
DBKL also assures them that there will be no more talk of relocation Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has finally issued trading licences to seven elderly traders operating in Little India, Brickfields, whose stalls were seized in a pre-dawn raid five years ago. That seizure had kicked off a long-drawn bureaucratic struggle to get back their trading spots of 40 years. With … [Read more...] about Licences finally given to Brickfields’ elderly traders
A MEDIA report has revealed that the number of Malaysians working in Singapore increased from 195,072 in 1990 to 952,261 in 2019. Responding to the report, Penang youth and sports committee chairman Soon Lip Chee said: “We are keen to ensure that our talents remain in Malaysia by offering attractive job opportunities.” He said Penang Youth Development Corporation (PYDC) … [Read more...] about In a bid to keep local talents