· Ampang Jaya Municipal Council advised to inspect houses in Bukit Antarabangsa landslide area →
KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — The Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) will inspect more than 20 houses in the vicinity of a landslide at Taman Kelab Ukay 4, Bukit Antarabangsa, near here, to ensure the houses are safe for occupation.
· UK lockdown: What are the new rules on schools and seeing family from 1 June? →
On 20 May more than 35 councils warned not all of their primary schools would be ready to reopen on 1 June.
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· How Minneapolis, One of America’s Most Liberal Cities, Struggles With Racism →
The Minneapolis City Council, made up of 12 Democrats and a member of the Green Party, includes two transgender members, both of whom are black.
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· William Barr’s State of Emergency →
Much of the operation was organized by Lt. Col. Oliver North of the National Security Council.
· Tap into the potential of agricultural sector in India’s north-eastern states, Malaysian SMEs told →
KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — Malaysian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should consider investing in the agricultural, tourism and services sectors in India’s north-eastern states as the country is gradually opening up its economy in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, says the co-chairman of the Asean-India Business Council (AIBC) Datuk Ramesh Kodammal
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Moon confirmed the government's push for the biggest-scale supplementary budget in the country's history, as he presided over the sixth emergency economic council meeting at Cheong Wa Dae.
· UK weather: Temperatures to peak at 29C this week after sunniest spring in 72 years, Met Office says →
Nancy Platts, leader of Brighton and Hove City Council, asked people not to visit the area on Sunday and called on the government for more powers to implement a local lockdown.
· Thousands of extra services added to Sydney transport network to maintain distancing →
The opposition is threatening to suspend new leader of the Legislative Council Damien Tudehope if the government does not produce documentation for the controversial Western Harbour Tunnel.
· Andrews says cabinet colleague has nothing to declare, as Libs demand probe →
The controversial developer and planning consultant is at the heart of the scandal engulfing Casey Council in Melbourne’s south-east, with explosive allegations against Mr Woodman and former Casey councillors aired at public hearings of the corruption watchdog IBAC.
· India's Bumrah seeks 'alternative' to saliva on cricket ball →
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is likely to implement a ban for the game's return when they meet next week after receiving medical advice that spit poses a COVID-19 transmission risk.