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It's just too much for Joo Ven | New Straits Times

The Covid-19 pandemic is badly affecting the careers of Malaysia’s independent badminton players unlike their BAM counterparts who have less to worry about.

29/4/2021 3:19:00 AM

NSTsports They are finding it hard to make ends meet while those in the BAM stable can still count on financial backing from the national association. JooVen Badminton BAM Covid19

The Covid-19 pandemic is badly affecting the careers of Malaysia ’s independent badminton players unlike their BAM counterparts who have less to worry about.

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Kedah MB was buying food and not going for a test drive, claims aide

ALOR SETAR: The political secretary to Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor denies that the Kedah Mentri Besar violated standard operating procedures (SOP) during the lockdown by going for a test drive here on Saturday (June 5).

Kim Hyo-joo wins US$1.6 mil HSBC championship in SingaporeAustralia's Hannah Green bogeys the final two holes, handing victory to the South Korean. FMTNews

Neelofa and family given RM60k in compound fines; says it's a good n | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Famous celebrity-cum-entrepreneur Noor Neelofa Mohd Noor, her husband and family members have been slapped with compound fines totalling RM60,000 for defying Covid-19 prevention Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). RM60,000 is celah gigi dekat dia. Should be RM6,000,000. Baru ada akai Not bad. Only 10k more than the burger seller. Just loose change for the happy couple. Good God.. The absolute state of justice here is pathetic.

MCO 3.0: Big relief as it's business as usual | New Straits TimesNSTnation Operators of salons and self-service laundromats, and optometrists are relieved that they are allowed to continue business operations under the new Movement Control Order (MCO). coronavirus covid19 Ultimately no Hari Raya celebrations & gatherings.....that’s all. Govt’s so called strategy to curb Covid

Be patient, it's about being safe than sorry | New Straits TimesNSTopinion 'As long as we achieve herd immunity through vaccination and keep practicing SOP, no doubt we can celebrate every festival with our loved ones like before in due time.' Aidilfitri SOP MCO Covid19 But with almost 5000 Covid cases, will there even be a next year for us? The virus looks like it could end our country like in India. In 2 years maybe... We need to be vigilant. KitaJagaKita Malaysians