Public outcry over senseless destruction of trees at Fort Alice


By YU JI
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  • Friday, 06 Mar 2015

KUCHING: The cutting down of trees at Fort Alice, one of the oldest surviving monuments from Sarawak’s White Rajah era, has attracted widespread condemnation.

Photos making the rounds online since mid-week show about half a dozen trees chopped up surrounding the fort, which has just been rehabilitated in a RM5mil two-year project.

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