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Local community kick-started recycling initiative at their neighbourhood to reduce waste end up at Kinta River

15 FEBRUARY 2020, IPOH: Realising the importance of Kinta River as their source of drinking water, KRT Taman Tasek Jaya established a new recycling corner in January encouraging about 450 residents at Taman Tasek Jaya to start segregating their wastes to improve waste management in the neighbourhood and eventually reduce waste end up at the Kinta River. Entitled the Launching of Community Recycling Programme, the event was organized by the Global Environment Centre (GEC) in partnership with Ipoh City Council (MBI), Department of Irrigation and Drainage (DID) Perak, Department of National Unity and Integration (JPNIN) Kinta and KRT Taman Tasek Jaya....

Isentia expands suite of products and services with new Reputation Analysis

KUALA LUMPUR, 20 January 2020: Isentia (ASX:ISD) has launched a new form of Reputation Analysis, that is set to be a game-changer in traditional market...

‘MYKAMPUNG JAPAN’ LAUNCHED TO SHOWCASE MALAYSIAN PRODUCTS IN CONJUCTION WITH 2020 TOKYO OLYMPICS

KUALA LUMPUR, 21 January 2020: EYOUTH together with the Ministry of Youth and Sports has launched the “MyKampung Japan” campaign as part of its efforts...

Beauty with Brains with a mission to empower women globally

Malaysia, 12th December 2019 - Dr Shana Yong, 42, and Subhashini Rama Linggam, 38, beat their competitors to win the ‘Mrs Malaysia Global Universe 2019/2020’...

Cardiac Vascular Sentral KL earns MSQH accreditation

KUALA LUMPUR, 27 November 2019: Two years after its inauguration, Cardiac Vascular Sentral Kuala Lumpur (CVSKL) celebrated a further achievement having been accredited by...

Express Rail Link Receives International Recognition for Its Partnership Initiatives at The...

Kuala Lumpur, 28th November 2019 – Express Rail Link Sdn. Bhd. (ERL) has picked up the Partnership of the Year Award at the annual Global AirRail Awards held...