KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 4): The Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) will be enforced at two localities in Perak and one in Pahang from Sept 5 to 18 following risk assessment by the Health Ministry and the Covid-19 infection trend in the areas.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 31): Property developer Global Oriental Bhd, formerly known as Equine Capital Bhd, has teamed up with Perak State Secretary Inc (SSI) to jointly develop a 15.
IPOH (Aug 30): Approximately RM26.
PETALING JAYA (Aug 25): Property developer Lagenda Properties Bhd has appointed Solarvest Holdings Bhd as its solar photovoltaic systems partner to install 1,000 residential solar PV systems across three township projects developed by Lagenda Properties in Perak.
IPOH (Aug 22): A number of restaurant operators and workers in Perak have chosen to wait for their turn to get their vaccination for free via the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme (PICK), as they cannot afford to pay for the vaccine through the Perak vaccination porgramme, SilverVax.
Seven localities in Sabah, two in Perak, and one each in Kedah and Pahang under EMCO from Aug 25 - National Security Council
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 21): Seven localities in Sabah, two in Perak as well as one each in Kedah and Pahang will be subject to the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) from Aug 23 to Sept 5.
IPOH (Aug 14): The Perak state government has submitted a proposal to the National Security Council (MKN) for dine-in activities to only be allowed after employees of food premises and hotel have completed two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 13): Majuperak Holdings Bhd has entered into a land swap deal to dispose of four plots of its land valued at RM100 milllion in Sungai Raya to the Perak State Economic Development Corporation (PKNP) in exchange for three pieces of land valued at RM140 million in Hulu Kinta In a filing today, Majuperak said the difference of RM40 million will be deemed as an amount owed by the group to PKNP.
IPOH (Aug 12): A preliminary investigation by the Perak Health Department found that the fire in an isolation room (pictured) in Slim River Hospital on Tuesday night was not caused by an oxygen tank, which was reported to have caught fire.