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Sharing a love for history: (From left) Chong Kah Yee, 21, Lai Zhi Xian, 22 and Kevin Leong, 22 in discussion with Lee in front of the mural showing Kajang’s cultural map.

Digging up on a bygone era

31 March 2015

The fame of Kajang satay has overshadowed many other interesting facts about this old town.

For a good cause: Participants of the night walk waving as they set off from 1st Avenue in George Town, Penang.

More than just lights out

30 March 2015

INDIVIDUALS, business operators and the local community actively took part in the Earth Hour efforts organised by several shopping malls and hotels in Penang.

Spreading the message: Invited guests and participants surrounding the candles at 1st Avenue in George Town. — LIM BENG TATT / The Star

Going green to heal the world

29 March 2015

GEORGE TOWN: Several shopping malls and hotels showed their love for Mother Nature by initiating activities and symbolic gestures in conjunction with Earth Hour.

Earth Hour: 8 things we didn't know would leave a carbon footprint

28 March 2015

We are not as 'green' as we believe ourselves to be. Did you know that sending a text message or email, eating an apple or watching TV leaves a different carbon footprint?

Latest innovation: Zulpilip being briefed by a PAMSC committee member after the launch yesterday.

Platform for firms to showcase latest building and construction products

28 March 2015

KUCHING: “Go-Green” with the latest innovation and technology at the Malaysian Architect Institute Sarawak Chapter (PAMSC) Building Trade Show 2015 (BTS) at Borneo Convention Centre Kuching this weekend.

Candles in the wind: A young boy taking a closer look at Marche Restaurant’s creatively candle display marking the 60 minutes of Earth Hour last year.

Malaysians pledge to get involved in Earth Hour

28 March 2015

Earth Hour originally started as a lights-off event in 2007. Since then many people have started to include environmental-related activities that could be done during the one-hour of darkness. StarMetro finds out what Malaysians are pledging to do in showing support.

Glowing with hope: The dark halls of the National Planetarium will be illuminated with candles and lanterns from 8.30pm to 9.30pm tonight.

Switch off for Earth Hour

28 March 2015

From 8.30pm to 9.30pm today, millions of people around the world will illuminate the dark with candles and lanterns to observe Earth Hour.

Lights out for these buildings in KL

28 March 2015

As today is Earth Hour, many buildings in the city will be observing it by switching off all non-essential lights.

Keeping it pristine: A group photo of Green Semporna during the beach clean up programme.

NGO and stakeholders collect more than 100 bags of rubbish in support of Earth Hour

27 March 2015

KOTA KINABALU: A joint initiative by a dive operator, a resort, an environmental group and a team of volunteers has resulted in a cleaner surroundings at the Pulau Mabul diving haven in Sabah’s east coast.

Farmers face losses as disease ravages banana plantations in Penang

27 March 2015

BALIK PULAU: The income of some 200 farmers here is in jeopardy after a disease ravaged their banana plantations, turning parts of the plant black.

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