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Robinaecopark, Butterworth

Robina Eco Park latest recreational spot to close to public | New Straits Times

BUTTERWORTH: The Robina Eco Park here will be closed for five days beginning tomorrow, due to non-adherence to the standard operating procedures (SOP) by visitors.

17/9/2021 12:42:00 PM

NSTnation The Robina Eco Park here will be closed for five days beginning tomorrow, due to non-adherence to the standard operating procedures ( SOP ) by visitors. RobinaEcoPark Butterworth Covid19 SOP

BUTTERWORTH : The Robina Eco Park here will be closed for five days beginning tomorrow, due to non-adherence to the standard operating procedures ( SOP ) by visitors.

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Dirty factories: Two Penang food manufacturers shut down for two weeks

BUTTERWORTH: A tofu factory and a shrimp paste manufacturer have been ordered to close down for two weeks due to unhygienic conditions at their factories.

Sabah Parks' sites open to 100 visitors a day | New Straits TimesKOTA KINABALU: Only visitors aged over 12 and under 70 years old are allowed to enter any of the marine and nature destinations of Sabah Parks effective today (Sept 16).

Soon Huat-Shevon happy to give up their spot to young players | New Straits TimesNSTsports The BAM picked World No 27 Hoo Pang Ron-Cheah Yee See and World No 49 Chen Tang Jie-Peck Yen Wei for the Sudirman Cup as they look to groom their young players for the 2024 Paris Olympics. SudirmanCup

Close to 80 per cent of adult population in Malaysia fully vaccinated | New Straits TimesNSTnation A total 17,973,545 people or 76.8 per cent of the adult population in Malaysia have been fully vaccinated as of Sept 16. Covid19 Vaccination Vaccines NIP

Terengganu latest state to transition to Phase 3 of NRP | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Terengganu will be moving to Phase Three of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) starting Friday.

Time to fulfil Sabah's rights in MA63 | New Straits TimesNSTnation Sabah's rights enshrined in the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) must be fulfilled now that Umno is back in power. MA63

Time for local entrepreneurs to look beyond local shores | New Straits TimesNSTnation Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi said Malaysians have their own products with huge potential in the franchising industry.