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DOE to haul two major companies to court for failing to stop wildfires

25 July 2014

MIRI: Wildfires have ravaged areas the size of 1,000 football fields in Kuala Baram district over the past month or so already, according to latest statistics from the Department of Environment (DOE).

Hot and dry days for next two months

25 July 2014

PETALING JAYA: There will be hot and dry days over the next two months, with limited rainfall across the country till September.

SMC, Health Department all out against dengue

24 July 2014

SIBU: The Divisional Health Department together with Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) are going all out to prevent any serious outbreak of dengue fever in town.

Putrajaya, KL may get their own dam

24 July 2014

SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan government is proposing to construct a dam and water treatment plant here solely for consumers in Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur.

Freak storm wreaks havoc in Malacca

24 July 2014

MALACCA: A freak storm wreaked havoc when it ripped through three villages in Durian Tunggal.

Motorists’ woes at Shah Alam KTM station to end soon

24 July 2014

PARKING woes at the Shah Alam KTM commuter station will soon be a thing of the past as additional parking spaces planned for the park-and-ride service is nearing completion.

API readings in Taiping and Ipoh unhealthy

24 July 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Two areas in Perak – Kampung Air Putih, Taiping, and SK Jalan Pegoh, Ipoh, – registered unhealthy air quality.

Early waste collection services begin this Sunday

23 July 2014

KUCHING: Trienekens (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd has announced that the collection services for certain locations in the city shall be carried out early starting Sunday.

Blurry skies: 
A thick cloud of haze blanketing Kuala Lumpur.

Dry and hazy Hari Raya ahead

22 July 2014

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians may have to brace for a dry and hazy Hari Raya as less rain is expected in the coming days.

Visitors enjoy the view along the Rim Trail. Most visitors stop at the rim, never venturing to the bottom of the canyon. The new development aims to change that. - MCT

Enjoy the view for now: Grand Canyon 'growth' plans a threat

21 July 2014

Grand Canyon park officials say existing development and scarcity of water have stressed the park’s ability to handle visitors. New projects will make matters worse.

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