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Fishing village: Kukup in Tanjung Piai, Johor, is known for fishing activities and fresh seafood.

Ship-to-ship project endanger marine ecosystem at Kukup waters

21 November 2014

NUSAJAYA: The Ship-To-Ship (STS) project which will involve the transferral of petroleum-based products off the Kukup waters here is highly likely to cause oil pollution.

Senior citizen murdered by son’s Indonesian employee over RM100

21 November 2014

KAJANG: An Indonesian has gone missing with his wife after allegedly beating up a 74-year-old man in Kampung Baru Semenyih over RM100.

Palanivel to explain ‘the good and the bad’ to Ruler

21 November 2014

PETALING JAYA: Cameron Highlands MP Datuk Seri G. Palanivel (pic), who has come under fire from the Sultan of Pahang over landslides and excessive land clearing in the district, is ready to explain himself to the Ruler.

Watery situation: Residents working together to move a floating car after it got stranded in the floods at Kuala Nerus.

3,428 cops mobilised in Terengganu

21 November 2014

KUALA NERUS: Police have mobilised 3,428 officers and personnel to assist and control the situation at flooded areas in Terengganu.

TI-M welcomes Adenan’s resolve in fighting graft

20 November 2014

PETALING JAYA: Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) welcomed Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem’s resolve to weed out corruption in the state’s timber industry.

TNB to cut supply in areas hit by floods

20 November 2014

PETALING JAYA: Electricity supply to areas affected by floods will be cut off by Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) if the water reaches dangerous level.

Mahdzir: Subsidies contribute to reliance to fossil fuel

20 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Subsidies given in many countries in South-East Asia are contributing to the reliance on fossil fuel, said Energy, Green Technology and Water Deputy Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid.

Once upon a time, there were lush forests and clear rivers

20 November 2014

CAMERON HIGHLANDS: Forty-six-year-old Mohd Rafee Rahim remembers a time when he and his fellow orang asli could rely wholly on forests here for their daily needs.

River of filth: Sungai Rawang contaminated by an illegal dump site. – Photo by VINCENT TAN

Costly encroachment

19 November 2014

RIVERINE areas in Klang Valley, particularly in Selangor, have an estimated buffer area between five and 30 metres but with rapid development over the years, changing river alignments and Drainage and Irrigation Department’s (DID) lack of enforcement, businesses and industries have ended up right beside a river.

Starfish mystery mass murderer finally unmasked

19 November 2014

The killer that’s been decimating millions of starfish along the North American Pacific coast has finally been revealed – and it's tiny.

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