Penang school ordered to close after teacher tests positive
State Education director Abdul Rashid Abdul Samad told reporters on Thursday (Oct 1) that all the pupils and staff of SK Permatang Janggus in Penaga were required to undergo Covid-19 screening.He said the school would be closed for eight days, and any decision thereafter would be made after getting advice from the Health Ministry.
It has been learnt that the teacher, in her 40s, resides in Sungai Petani, Kedah, and became unwell shortly after returning from Sabah after polling day on Sept 26 and went to hospital where she tested positive. Read more: The Star »
New Zealand's next parliament is set to be the most diverse ever
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's next parliament is set to be the most inclusive ever, with several people of colour, members from the rainbow communities and a high number of women.
Wanita hilang dihanyutkan kepala air di Burmese Pooltaiping Kegembiraan empat sekeluarga beriadah di kawasan rekreasi air terjun Burmese Pool di sini, bertukar tragedi apabila seorang daripada mereka dihanyutkan kepala air yang melanda, petang hari ini.
Govt hands over dam expansion project to Penang | The Malaysian InsightState water authority needs full access to raw water reserves at Mengkuang Dam, says CEO.
Penang bank clerk loses RM65,700 in parcel scam | The Malaysian InsightPolice say scammer informed victim she needed to pay to retrieve package from London.
600 Penang kids get tested after teacher's politician spouse infected with Covid-19COVID-19 | Meanwhile, Malacca state govt office shuts after elected rep tests positive 😢 Lakhsi Who is this politician? Didn't he and his wife were subjected to 14 days quarantine order?
Penang recorded RM9.12b in investments in first half of 2020, says CM | Malay MailGEORGE TOWN, Oct 1 — Penang recorded RM9.12 billion in total investments during the first half of 2020, Penang chief minister Chow Kon Yeow announced today. The Penang lawmaker said out of the total investments, foreign direct investments (FDI) for the first half of this year amounted to RM8.42...