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Maximus (third left) witnessing the signing memorandum of understanding between Green Power Solutions Sdn Bhd Chairman and CEO Ramzi Raad (left) and Current 2 Current International, LLC Chairman Dr Manfred Kuehnle (seated) in Kota Kinabalu yesterday.(Oct 20) NORMIMIE DIUN/The Star

Three potential areas identified including one along the Straits of Malacca, says Ongkili

21 October 2014

KOTA KINABALU: At least three sites in the country have been identified as potentially viable for ocean renewable energy.

Sarawak CM issues no-mercy directive against trespassers in national parks

21 October 2014

MIRI: Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem has expressed outrage after illegal loggers infiltrated two national parks in Sarawak, one of which is the state’s largest totally protected peat swamp forest.

Landslide forces 2,000 out of their homes

21 October 2014

KUALA KUBU BARU: About 2,000 people had to be evacuated from their homes after a landslide caused major cracks on the road and soil barriers, just metres away from their apartment block in Bukit Beruntung, near here.

Prof Dr Azlan Abdul Rahman hitting the gong to launch the conference while Prof Dr Zulkifli (second from left) looks on.

Our rivers are suffering

20 October 2014

JOHOR BARU: Malaysia is falling behind in river care and awareness compared to other developing countries in the region although the country is enjoying consistent economic development.

Abu Bakar: Stay updated during this monsoon season

19 October 2014

PEKAN: The public should keep themselves updated regularly on the weather forecast in view of the coming monsoon season and changing weather patterns.

Kg Tok Jembal disappearing

19 October 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Kampung Tok Jembal of Kuala Terengganu may be swallowed by the sea in a few years if measures are not taken to address the severe problem of coastal erosion.

Joint effort: Villagers helping the whale shark to swim to open waters after freeing it from the fishing net.

Juvenile whale shark killed while another freed

19 October 2014

KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife advocates are outraged over reports that a juvenile whale shark had been captured and killed at Marudu Bay, about 130km from here. They want stern action against the killers.

Syabas figures show that average daily consumption has dipped

18 October 2014

PETALING JAYA: After being hit by a rationing exercise earlier this year, Klang Valley residents are now using less water.

IAEA: Lynas plant safety showing good progress

18 October 2014

PUTRAJAYA: A team of experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has undertaken a review of radiation safety at the Lynas rare earth processing facility in Gebeng, Kuantan.

Far-reaching effects

18 October 2014

IF everybody stops littering, we would not have to deal with the problem of unsightly and dirty surroundings.

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