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WWF lauds state’s efforts to stop illegal logging

26 November 2014

KUCHING: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Malaysia supports the state government’s intent to uphold the integrity and legality of logging operations in Sarawak.

Sweet treats: Ismail Sabri (centre) putting the finishing touches on a rock melon pie at the Maha  exhibition in Serdang.Looking on are Chef Asma from Chef Asna Culinary Studio (left) and Fama direktor Datuk Ahmad Ishak.

Maha show aims to net RM2mil

26 November 2014

PETALING JAYA: Two days after showcasing the country’s agro-based products on Nov 20, the event chalked up sales worth RM350,000.

State-to-state transfer: Medical personnel airlifting the two Myanmar nationals to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kota Kinabalu.

Bodies of three miners sent for autopsy

25 November 2014

KUCHING: The bodies of three Selantik miners have been sent to the Sarawak General Hospital here for post-mortem, while some of the seriously injured are being transferred out to other hospitals.

Move to legalise highland illegals

25 November 2014

TANAH RATA: Illegal foreign workers in Cameron Highlands may be legalised so that they may continue to work in farms here.

The wind turbines of TNB’s Solar-Wind-Diesel Hybrid Power Generating System on Pulau Perhentian Kecil. Clean energy and technology increasingly offers opportunities for SMEs.

Out to accelerate green tech

25 November 2014

Environmental concerns have been a global issue for some time now. Resource scarcity, population growth and increasing consumption have forced us to look at alternative energy sources and more sustainable methods of living.

Site inspection: Muhyiddin, accompanied by Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob (second from right), visiting a farm situated on a plot of illegally cleared land in Habu, Cameron Highlands.

DPM: Camerons will be a famous resort again

25 November 2014

TANAH RATA: Efforts are under way to return Cameron Highlands to its former glory.

Dumping ground: Dr Mah (left) conducting a spot check at the piece of idle land filled with rubbish at Lorong Pari, Lim Garden.

Idle land in Lim Garden identified as mosquito breeding ground and cause of increase in dengue fever victims

25 November 2014

AN idle piece of land at Lorong Pari, Lim Garden, has become a breeding ground for Aedes mosquitoes and one by one, residents there and its surrounding areas are falling victim to dengue fever.

Cricket match raises RM20,000 to help save tigers

25 November 2014

JOHOR BARU: A group of expatriates have successfully raised over RM20,000 through a cricket tournament in the hope of creating awareness on the Malaysian tiger species that are on the brink of extinction.

Experts: Most Malaysians know the panda, not orang utan

25 November 2014

GEORGE TOWN: Most Malaysians, apparently, know more about the panda than the country’s very own orang utan, USM School of Biological Sciences Ecology, Aquatic Botany and Weed Science lecturer Prof Dr Mashhor Mansor said.

Labels for green wood

24 November 2014

THE Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) has set up office in Malaysia as part of efforts to promote responsible forest management.

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