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CNY Balik Kampung: Tickets Almost Sold Out
Feb 01, 2019
Image: The Star
The Chinese New Year balik kampung exodus has started.
If you're not travelling by car, you'll be hard pressed to find a bus or train ticket home at this point.
A survey at TBS found almost all bus tickets from Klang Valley to the north and east coast have been sold out, with a few to the south still available, but reportedly at inflated prices.
Image: KLIA Info
KTMB and ETS tickets from the Klang Valley to the north and east coast are almost all gone as well, with about 10% still up for grabs as of last night.
Most passengers will be trying to get home before reunion dinner on Monday.
The Health Ministry wants a zero-stray dog policy to be implemented at all rabies gazetted areas to control the spread of the disease.
Image: The Star
However, deputy minister Dr Lee Boon Chye emphasied this does not mean the ministry is encouraging the killing of wild dogs.
He urged owners to take care of their dogs and not to let them roam about, while strays with no one to care for them will be put down.
Cigarettes Near Schools
1 in 2 places that sell tobacco is located near schools!
A survey noted most of those retailers are convenience stores.
According to the International Islamic University Malaysia, the smoking rate among youths tend to be higher in areas with a higher density of tobacco ads, which tend to be found at places that sold cigarettes.
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