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PETALING JAYA: The continuous dry season, likely to last until May, will affect dam levels and the planting of padi, says the Water, Land and Natural Resources Ministry.
IPOH: A 75-year-old woman has lost nearly all of her savings over a “winning lottery ticket”.
IPOH: A 75-year-old retiree lost nearly all of her hard-earned savings when she was cheated by three men.
IPOH: The two Perak executive councillors from PKR have refused to be drawn into talks of a possible change in the state exco line-up.
IPOH is having a three-month-long art festival featuring works by its art collectives.
IPOH: If there is going to be a change in the Perak state executive council line-up, this should be discussed internally, says PKR’s Abdul Yunus Jamhari.
IPOH: The Perak government will continue to push for the 400ha forest replanting project despite the land-clearing issue that has come under the spotlight over the past few days.
KAMPUNG Kinjang in Chenderiang, Tapah, has been made the first village in the country under the Desa Harapan (Village of Hope) project to have a year-long environmental education and recycling programme.
IPOH: The allegations by the Opposition over a move to topple the state government will not affect investment in Perak, says Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin.
TICKETS for Perak’s Hop-On Hop-Off bus are now on sale.