MACHANG: A total of 2,600 families who lost their house in the floods which hit Kelantan last December will get to move into their new home before Ramadan this year, which is in June.
KANGAR: The National Disaster Committee will review the Flood Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to ensure implementation matches the model of advanced countries.
GEORGE TOWN: The Yayasan Free School today donated RM50,000 to the Tabung Bencana NSTP-Media Prima in aid of the recent flood victims today.
KUCHING: Continuous downpour for more than 12 hour since last night triggered flash floods at a number of housing estates here.
KUCHING: Some 195 flood victims have returned to their homes in Sarawak, leaving 818 at evacuation centres in the state as at 9am today.
KUALA LUMPUR: The number of evacuees from the flood-hit areas in Sarawak stood at 828 this morning, up from 822 as of last night.
KUCHING: There is a slight increase in the number of flood evacuees as more people have been relocated to safer grounds.
BINTULU: Rising waters forced 173 people out from their homes in Sungai Setiam despite clear weather.
IPOH: Perak has been declared flood free after the last 34 evacuees left a relief centre on Saturday.
KOTA KINABALU: Flood situation in Sabah has improved as the last relief centre in Beaufort district was officially closed today.
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