As the country steps into the fourth phase of the movement control order (MCO) which commenced from April 29 and will end on May 12, it can be seen that the government has slightly relaxed on the enforcement of MCO.
KUALA LUMPUR: From 22 March, the Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) had deployed approximately 7,000 military personnel to assist PDRM’s MCO operations in the second phase of the MCO dubbed as the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO).
KUALA LUMPUR: Following the government decision in implementing the movement control order (MCO), the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has been conducted road blocks operations along key points across the country. Its objective is to monitor travellers and warn them to stay home.
The last annular solar eclipse sighted in the country was 21 years ago and Malaysians have the opportunity to witness this unique and rare natural phenomenon, particularly in Tanjung Piai, Johor and Serian, Sarawak.
SEPANG - Malaysia Airports stays committed in ensuring the safety of the airport by successfully organising a full scale exercise at the cargo area of KL International Airport (IATA Code: KUL) as part of the airport’s readiness towards crisis management. The organisation worked with 20 agencies for this exercise that aimed to provide the cargo handling partners with first hand experience of possible threats and scenarios such as the previous incident at Subang Airport in 1994 involving the notorious ‘Geng Mamak’.
The hazy weather which has swept the country since last week, that is believed to come from Indonesia, has led to a large number of schools to be closed across Malaysia, while air quality worsened just days before the city’s Formula One motor race in Singapore.
Young talents shine on stage during Berjaya TeenStar Challenge 2019 (BTSC 2019). 147 participants took part in solo singing, cultural dancing and modern dancing. Among the winners was Nur Evelyn Eleanor Adrian Gan, who landed the champion title on her fourth attempt in solo singing category this year since 2016. Organized by Berjaya Youth as a youth empowerment initiative by Berjaya, BTSC has reached out to more than 200 secondary schools nationwide, including those in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Penang and Johor.