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MBJB Run can promote city as preferred sporting destination- Mayor

JOHOR BAHRU, May 29 (Bernama) -- The MBJB Colour Run 2019 to be held here on July 6 can double up as a platform to market Johor Bahru as a preferred destination for sporting events, and to also promote the state's Visit Johor Year 2020 campaign. 

Johor Bahru Mayor Datuk Amran A Rahman said Johor, who is also hosting the Malaysian Games (Sukma) next year, will do its part in promoting the city as a vibrant, active and healthier sporting option for foreign tourists. 

“This run was also organised in line with the state government's aim of encouraging society practise a healthier lifestyle and to live in harmony,” he told reporters at the Johor Bahru City Council Headquarters here today, adding that the council has targetted 4,000 registrations from in and out of the country for the run.

He said the run will feature two distance categories - the 5km and 10km - and will both begin and end at the MBJB grounds. 

Participants will receive a race kit consisting of a t-shirt, finisher's medal, colour powder, race bib and also personal insurance coverage. 

Those interested in joining the event can get more details by downloading the JomRun application or visit http://jomrun.com/event/mbjb-colour-run

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Ramadan Bazaar traders found not having typhoid shots in MBJB inspection


JOHOR BAHRU, May 29 (Bernama) -- A cleanliness inspection on Ramadan bazaars by the Johor Bahru City Council (MBJB) found there are traders who have not taken typhoid inoculation which is a requirement to prevent the food poisoning outbreak among consumers.

 
 

Effective debt management ensures Melaka's ability to implement initiatives for people


MELAKA, May 29 (Bernama) -- Effective debt management by the Melaka State Government was important in ensuring that a RM1.8-billion debt did not hamper its efforts to implement initiatives to help the people.

 
 

Johor Writers Association publishes collection of poems by cancer-stricken teacher


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Melaka welcomes federal govt's decision to waive state water debt - Adly


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Agro product sales at Melaka bazaar to hit RM350,000


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Batu Pahat among districts with highest number of road accidents


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Drug dealer nabbed, remanded a week


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Policeman nabbed for threatening mom with knife and hammer


JOHOR BAHRU, May 27  (Bernama) -- Not only did this policeman allegedly threaten his own mother with a knife and a hammer, he tried to scare her with flames as well.

 
 
 

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