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Congestion during holidays in Cameron Highlands

TRAFFIC congestion in Cameron Highlands during public holidays is not uncommon.

Brinchang has one of the busiest streets in Cameron Highlands as it is surrounded with hotels, eateries and shops.

Residents want safety assurance on pipeline

MIRI: Villagers living in the highlands of northern Sarawak want an assurance that Petronas will carry out regular safety inspections of the underground gas pipeline at the Sarawak-Sabah border.

Traders waiting to move back to permanent stalls

SIBU: Hawkers trading at the Jalan Khoo Peng Loong Market are still waiting to move back to their original site.

Workers putting the finishing touches to the stalls at the Jalan Khoo Peng Loong Market.

Protecting Sabah’s biodiversity

KUDAT: Biodiversity protection and security within the Tun Mustapha Park (TMP) in northern Sabah is set to be improved with the setting up of a new communication system.

Dr Jamili (in green) and other guests inspecting the new equipment.

Sarawak roadmap to focus on green energy

KUCHING: Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) is exploring new opportunities in a green energy economy as it embarks on a roadmap towards a sustainable energy future for the state.

Sharbini (right) sharing SEB’s initiatives in pursuing sustainable energy with Yeo at CEPSI.

NGOs relay concerns to MPs in dialogue

KUCHING: Issues like statelessness and native customary rights land were raised by local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in a dialogue with Sarawak MPs.

Strengthening security

SANDAKAN: The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) has reinforced security in the eastern waters off the state with the arrival of two more patrol vessels — KD Jerong and KD Pope.

Ganesh giving a signal to KD Jerong to berth at the naval base in Sandakan. — Bernama

MSU student takes pageant title

MANAGEMENT and Science University (MSU) student in food service technology, Vanessa Cruez, beat 32 other contestants to take the crown in the World Miss University Malaysia 2018 (WMUM 2018).

Maria Chin launches mobile office to connect with PJ folk

PETALING Jaya residents will soon be able to lodge complaints and provide suggestions at nearby public spaces, thanks to a mobile office launched by Petaling Jaya MP Maria Chin Abdullah.

Illegals operating eateries and grocery shops in Melaka

MELAKA: Illegal immigrants are taking advantage of Malaysians tolerance and goodwill to evade action from the authorities.

A grocery store operated by foreigners in Malim, Melaka.