Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis isn’t sure if it is already April 1 judging by the amount of Covidiots out there at the halfway point (hopefully), of the Movement Control Order.
While the government is trying hard to please everyone, well almost, the sustainability of businesses, especially SMEs, will determine if people will still have jobs in coming weeks.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis is hoping Makcik Kiah approves his friend request.
After the success of a day-long interactive entertainment event known as Unrestricted Stage, Barry Westerhout and friends have decided to have a second one this weekend in honour of our frontliners in the fight against Covid-19.
The Department of Veterinary Services has issued a support letter to pet food suppliers to deliver their products but the Ministry of International Trade and Industry says it is not the approving authority for such a service during the Movement Control Order period.
Twentytwo13 editor Graig Nunis is bracing for tougher days as Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob warns of tougher action to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Although the food and beverage industry is listed as an essential service during the Movement Control Order period, owners and operators of these outlets say sales have dropped by 80 per cent.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis can’t believe how unfair the world can be sometimes, but then again, what’s new? Oh, and the Movement Control Order has been extended until April 14.
We should stop over-buying basic foodstuff during this Movement Control Order period. Think of the needy ones.
Wondering what to watch as the Movement Control Order approaches the halfway mark? Twentytwo13’s executive editor Graig Nunis has some suggestions thanks to some friends. Let’s hope the government doesn’t extend the order.
Federation of Hawkers and Petty Traders Association Malaysia, which has over one million members, says its members are committed in helping the government stop the spread of Covid-19.
Twentytwo13’s executive editor Graig Nunis can’t believe many who received an SMS (that’s short message service to you millennials) late last night thought it meant automated teller machines will run out of money tomorrow!
On Day 3 of the Movement Control Order, Twentytwo13’s executive editor Graig Nunis’ ‘The MCO Diaries’ he writes about the army assisting the police, Vijayakanth MCO memes and toilet rolls.