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25 Mar 2017 - Penguang: Grading of coffeeshops must continue

SIBU: All local councils in the state are urged to continue with the grading of coffeeshops to ensure high level of hygiene and cleanliness for the wellbeing of  patrons.

Assistant Minister for Local Government Datu Dr Penguang Manggil said the exercise had somehow slowed down of late but  it should be continued.

“It must be an overall assessment (of the premises) and not just confined to cleanliness of toilets.

“Now, I notice it (the grading exercise) has slowed down a bit.

“Issue notice to any operator who does not comply with the terms and conditions (of the licence). If they (premises) are found not clean and hygienic, the councils can choose not to renew or even revoke their licences after giving ample notice.

“If  they (councils) want to close (the premises), they must get the Health Department to do a joint inspection with them,” Penguang said yesterday, stressing the importance of stringent enforcement.

“There are many Grade C coffeeshops around where their workers would clean the tables and let the food scraps fall to the gound,” he lamented.

The Marudi assemblyman said at the time of inspection, the council could issue notice to premises found not very clean so the operator could make some improvements.

 

19 Mar 2017 - Housing project for civil servants launched

KOTA SAMARAHAN: The 1Malaysia Civil Servants Housing Project (PPA1M) was launched in Muara Tuang yesterday with the state government planning to build at least 15,000 such houses for civil servants in the future.

According to Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg, the PPA1M houses are for civil servants and they come with subsidy components from the government in order to make the houses affordable for them....

15 Mar 2017 - Full support of civil servants needed for Sarawak to be high income state — CM
KUCHING: The initiative to develop Sarawak as a high income state requires the full support of civil servants who are the ‘engine’ to the success in achieving the vision.

As the chief minister who leads, he needs cooperation and support from all including the civil servants, Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg said.

“I cannot ‘drive’ (lead) even though I already have a car because I require an engine that is in the best condition to facilitate the journey....

15 Mar 2017 - Sarawak committed to enhance Internet connectivity — CM
KUCHING: Sarawak is committed to leapfrog the ICT infrastructure in the state within the next five years to enhance the Internet connectivity, including that in the rural areas.

Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg said the state government had committed RM1 billion with the hope that the federal government would also provide the same amount of allocation for the purpose.

“Such amount (RM2 billion) is required for us to, among others, lay down the fibre optic, cloud computing and satellite to cover the whole of Sarawak,” Abang Johari told a press conference after giving the Chief Minister’s keynote address to the state civil servants here yesterday....

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