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Penang’s Batu Lanchang Market suffers structural damage

Two beams in the market’s main building, which was opened by Dr Mahathir in 1986, are being supported by reinforcement beams while repairs take place.

‘Blame cuts in subsidies for rising prices of food’

DAP’s Charles Santiago says Ku Nan should stop making wild accusations that the opposition is the mastermind behind food sellers increasing prices.

Ask Kelantan traders first, says Zaid on Maghrib shutdown policy

The state government's duty is to be fair to everyone, including small traders who are looking to make ends meet, says the former minister.

Non-Muslims musn’t be forced, says Chinese group on Maghrib closure

Non-Muslim traders shouldn't be subjected to the same policy, to the point that they too, would be fined for not abiding by it, says Chinese community leader.

Non-Muslims must abide by Kelantan’s Maghrib shutdown

The PAS-led Kelantan government says the policy will allow non-Muslims to take a break while Muslims observe the dusk prayer.

Place images of pigs, dogs on products, says consumer body

It says this will prevent Muslims from unknowingly buying goods made from prohibited sources.

KL City may someday be free of kap chai

The ban on small motorcycles and the move to deter motorists from driving into the city may be enforced once public transportation is available at a reasonable price.

RM2,000 fine for using plastics, polystyrene from Sept 1

Implementation of the use of biodegradable products begins from Jan 1 in Kuala Lumpur.

Butchers claim controlled price for mutton not feasible

Trader says controlled price for mutton will barely cover cost of mutton purchased from suppliers.

No instruction from DBKL to close shops, says mayor

Kuala Lumpur Mayor Mohd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz denies Bersih 2.0's claim that City Hall had instructed traders to close for business during the rally on Saturday.

Traders fail in court action to stop Bersih, Red Shirt rallies

High Court rules that there is no merit in their case and questions why the injunction was sought at the 11th hour.

Govt working on ways to detect GST evaders

The Dewan Rakyat was told how the government plans to tackle abuse of invoices by traders dodging GST payments.

New wet market, other developments in Datuk Keramat soon

Datuk Keramat Malay Hawkers and Petty Traders Association Chairman Shoid Chee hopes development order for new mixed development project will be given quickly.

No to using ‘Little India’ or ‘China Town’

Selangor Government turns down request by popular Indian shopping area in Tengku Kelana, Klang, to be known as “Little India”.