Taking care of river health


Rozali (in white cap) handing over the first prize of RM800 to the students of SMK Tunku Abdul Rahman at the Auto-City Juru near Bukit Mertajam. Looking on are (from left) Teoh, Dr Tan, Gu, Michael Tan and Heng.

STARTING January, the Seberang Prai City Council (MBSP) will have a Climate Change and Carbon Neutral unit to assess environmental problems on mainland Penang and develop solutions to them.

Mayor Datuk Rozali Mohamad said the unit would liaise with environmental authorities.

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