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Marrybrown's first tie-up with Sultan Ismail Hospital with opening of 'MB Playland'

JOHOR BAHRU, Oct 14 -- Malaysia’s first and largest homegrown fast-food chain, Marrybrown has announced its first collaboration with Sultan Ismail Hospital (HSI) here with the opening and handover of ‘MB Playland’, a children’s play area fully supported by the company for the hospital. 

Chairman of Marrybrown Charities Association, Datuk Lawrence Liew said MB Playland marks a significant start of Marrybrown’s CSR initiative under the umbrella of the Marrybrown Charities Association.

“We are very proud to collaborate with HSI as we open the first MB Playland here in Johor Bahru and our targets to raise a positive thinking and confident child through MB Playland, which serves as an appropriate distraction especially for young patients coming for treatment. 

“There is a need for children to play and enjoy themselves even while waiting for medical treatment, and  Sultan Ismail Hospital is proven to have the perfect space to develop a playland in its premise,” he said in a statement. 

Liew added in order to create a better future for Malaysians, Marrybrown started Marrybrown Charities Association with the purpose providing help and support for underprivileged children, single mothers and senior citizens through various charity events.....

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Unique biodiversity and Bugis heritage attract visitors to Tanjung Piai


PONTIAN, Oct 14  -- Tanjung Piai, the southernmost tip of the Asian continent, is known for its recreational and tourism park, as well as its cultural and heritage richness which includes the long history of the Bugis community.

 
 

Dental care services involving Orang Asli achieved 100 percent level in Johor


Exclusive report by Nur Faradilla Mohamad

MERSING, Oct 14 (Bernama) -- Dental care services were provided for all Orang Asli primary school children, including pre-schoolers, in Johor last year.

 
 

Standings of teams in SOJC 2019


JOHOR BAHRU, Oct 13  -- Following are the standings of teams in the Sultan of Johor Cup (SOJC) under-21 international hockey tournament at the end of the second day of competition today.

 
 

N. Sembilan state government committed to bringing back hockey glory


SEREMBAN, Oct 13 -- The Negeri Sembilan state government wants to bring back the glory days of hockey by producing more great players and forming a formidable team.

 
 

NGO, youth collaboration good for tourism - Syed Saddiq


MUAR, Oct 13 -- The Youth and Sports Ministry will continue to match non-governmental organisations (NGO) with the youth through collaborative activities and programmes on their home ground.

 
 

Malaysia draw 1-1 with Australia for first point


JOHOR BAHRU, Oct 13 -- Malaysia drew 1-1 with Australia in the Sultan of Johor Cup (SOJC) under-21 international hockey tournament at Stadium Taman Daya here tonight.

 
 

Ministry to discuss foreign property ownership pricing issue with MOF - Zuraida


PONTIAN, Oct 13  -- The Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT) will hold discussions with the Ministry of Finance (MOF) on the lowering of the threshold for foreigners to purchase condominiums and apartments in urban areas from RM1 million to RM600,000.

 
 

Mardi intends to make Johor high-quality cloned produce hub


PONTIAN, Oct 13  --  The Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) intends to make the state a high-quality cloned produce hub in the country.

 
 

Police looking for 13 individuals to assist commercial crime probe


KLUANG, Oct 13 -- The police are seeking help from the public to locate 13 individuals wanted by the Kluang district police headquarters (IPD) to assist investigations into commercial criminal cases reported in the area.

 
 

More Malaysians will benefit from increase access to home ownership - Exco


JOHOR BAHRU, Oct 13  -- Several initiatives involving access to home ownership announced in the 2020 Budget two days ago are believed will enable more Malaysians including the Johoreans to finally own a dream home.

 
 
 

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Shafie aims for Sabah's oil royalty claims to be settled by next year

 
     

Training to strengthen rescuing capability in highland areas

 
     

Perak Sultan attends Gathering With Rakyat in Gopeng

 
     

Deputy Speaker: Not many opposition Parliamentarians declare asset

 
     
 
     
 

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