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Saturday, April 4, 2020

State Government Announces Relief

The state government announced several initiatives to help minimise the economic impact of the Movement Control Order (MCO)

The Tale of Two Cities

On Monday, Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announced a Nationwide Movement Control Order until the end of March to try and control the spread of COVID-19. Malaysians can’t exit the country and foreigners cannot...

A Suggestion to Resolve The Visit Malaysia Year 2020 Dilemma

Former Johor Exco appeals to the government to help the tourism industry

Johor to Station Medical Prescriptions in Shopping Malls

Convenience: Cutting time for outpatients and reducing crowd in healthcare centres

Loosening Restricted Movement for Cross Border Employees?

Major Johor mitigation plan includes appealing for a special exemption for border bound workers and students

Tourism Comes to a Standstill with Losses Amounting to RM68 Million

Tourism industry crippled as government issues movement control order

No gathering or any form similar to it until June 2020

The Registrar of Societies (RoS) released official notice addressing the Covid-19 issue

EWRF & Rotary Centennial JB Works Together for Underprivileged Students

30 students in Kulai Edu Centre gets renewed hope

Johor International Islamic & Halal Festival 2020 Aims for a Prominent Spot in Global...

The festival has generated RM7million since its inauguration in 2019

IMPOWER: Empowering & Enabling Youths

18 youth groups receive RM689,493 through IMPOWER grants to execute Iskandar Malaysia’s community development programmes
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