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DPM: Pakatan ship with three captains will sink

TANGKAK: Pakatan Harapan's move in naming three people as its top leaders is like embarking on a voyage by ship that is doomed to sink for having three captains with different route maps, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Ahmad Zahid presenting a certificate of appreciation to a long serving member at the Ledang Umno meeting

Special sanitary landfill panel to be formed

KLUANG: A special committee on sanitary landfill will be set up to monitor such sites to prevent possible contamination of raw water resources, said Deputy Natural Resources and Environment Minis­ter Datuk Hamim Samuri.

Taking steps to prevent future contamination

KLUANG: The Government wants the relevant authorities to speed up the construction of a sanitary landfill at Ladang CEP in Simpang Renggam to prevent contamination of raw water supply.

Hamim (second from left), Southern Waste Management senior manager Ng Weng Mun (third from left) and project manager Akhtar Abdullah (left) on a site visit at Ladang CEP. — Bernama

DID experts going to China

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will learn the best practices for water resources management from China following the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on co-operation in the field.

RM18mil to beautify waterfront

MUAR: The recently refurbished Tanjung Emas Waterfront will attract more local and foreign tourists to visit the district.

Tree-planting record broken in Ledang

TANGKAK: A total of 3,144 aquilaria saplings, known locally as pokok karas, have been planted in the Ledang constituency, thus making their way into the Malaysia Book of Records.

Leaf-ing a mark: Hamim giving the ‘OK’ sign after planting one of the trees in Tangkak, Johor.

Government: Six million trees planted this year

TANGKAK: In an effort to instil awareness among the public to love their forests, the Government, through the Natural Resources and Environment Ministry has planted more than six million trees nationwide this year.

Hamim  (right) planting pokok karas in Tangkak, Johor.

Govt plans to create more artificial reefs

PLANS are in the pipeline to create more artificial reefs as new habitats for marine life in a move to reverse adverse bleaching of the country’s coral reefs.

Giving life a chance: Malacca Fisheries Department workers lowering a concrete piece for an artificial reef to grow on into the sea off Pulau Besar.

RM1.5mil invested in marine conservation project

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has invested about RM1.5mil in a conservation project as it work to reverse adverse bleaching in its coral reefs and install more artificial reefs to create new habitats for marine life.

RM3mil to tackle high tides

KUALA LUMPUR: Five states will receive a RM3mil allocation from the Government as part of the short-term mitigation plans to tackle the high-tide phenomenon.

A stitch in time saves nine: Volunteers preparing the sand barriers at Kampung Tok Muda in Kapar, Selangor, to face huge high tides expected to hit the village end of this week.

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