Covid 19, Publicparks, Recreational, Coronavirus, Covid19

Covid 19, Publicparks

KK City Hall reopens 2 public parks with limits on capacity and time | New Straits Times

KOTA KINABALU: The public are allowed to conduct recreational activities at two public parks from tomorrow, announced KK City Hall mayor Noorliza Awang Alip.

12/7/2021 6:50:00 AM

NSTnation The two parks to be reopened are Taman Ujana Rimba Tropika and Taman Tun Fuad Stephens from 6am until 6pm with a maximum capacity of 50 people. Covid19 PublicParks Recreational

KOTA KINABALU: The public are allowed to conduct recreational activities at two public parks from tomorrow, announced KK City Hall mayor Noorliza Awang Alip.

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Woman suffers wounds, infections after using unauthorised beauty product

KUALA LUMPUR: A 22-year-old woman suffered severe side effects after using a slimming product with the treatment allegedly carried out by an uncertified individual.

30 crocodiles found at housing areas around KK in the past 5 years | New Straits TimesKOTA KINABALU: The capture of a two metre-long crocodile near a housing estate here yesterday was not the first time these reptiles were found around the state capital. They should catch the correct crocodile MuhyiddinLetakJawatan IsmailSabri Croc riot

US city removes flashpoint statues including Confederate generals | Malay MailCHARLOTTESVILLE, July 11 — The southern US city of Charlottesville yesterday took down controversial statues including two honouring Civil War pro-slavery generals which had become the focus of protests. The statues of generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson are among hundreds...

30 crocodiles found at housing areas around KK in the past 5 years | New Straits TimesKOTA KINABALU: The capture of a two metre-long crocodile near a housing estate here yesterday was not the first time these reptiles were found around the state capital. They should catch the correct crocodile MuhyiddinLetakJawatan IsmailSabri Croc riot

Umno: Leadership change in time of crisis not strange | New Straits TimesNSTnation Leadership change in a time of crisis is not something strange and irresponsible despite the various views and perceptions that have emerged after Umno withdrew its support for PrimeMinister Tan Sri MuhyiddinYassin. PerikatanNational But nothing happens! Sad truth, president didn’t hold any influence any more.. remain status quo! kerajaangagal ...dark ops

Kelly calmer second time around | New Straits TimesNSTsports The 27-year-old, who was 51st when she made her Olympic debut in Rio five years ago, certainly feels confident as she has been recording decent performances on the LPGA Tour over the last two seasons. TokyoOlympics Olympics Tokyo2020

China the X-factor in the Games | New Straits TimesNSTsports Although China have not competed in international events for the last two years, they are still expected to dominate proceedings in Tokyo. TokyoOlympics Olympics Tokyo2020