KUCHING: Tapping into heightened political awareness post-GE14, local civil society organisation Rise of Sarawak Efforts (ROSE) is organising a series of public talks and a forum on the recently-concluded national polls.
ABOUT four million people in the three northern states in Malaysia are dependent on Ulu Muda as a regional water catchment.
WITH completely disintegrated benches, rusty collapsed railings, fallen trees, damaged walkways and garbage strewn along the hiking trails, the Penang National Park is in a deplorable condition.
JOHOR BARU: The Johor Indian Muslim Entrepreneurs Association (Perusim) hopes to meet Johor police chief Comm Datuk Mohd Khalil Kader Mohd to highlight several issues related to the 24-hour Indian Muslim restaurants in the state which need police intervention, said its secretary Hussein Ibrahim.
MELAKA: The Melaka state government will consider several options to resolve the issue of illegal settlements on government reserve land at the Durian Tunggal Dam in Alor Gajah and Jus Dam in Jasin, without causing any problems for the squatters.
SEMPORNA: The Sabah Infrastructure Development Ministry has directed the state Water Department to take immediate steps to resolve Semporna Hospital's water woes.
SIBU: The Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Canterbury (UC) in Christchurch, New Zealand, Professor lan Wright will visit Malaysia and Singapore in July and August.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah's Rural Development Ministry will continue to support and empower the education-based tourism programme or Edu-Tourism in Kadamaian.
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THE Hari Raya holidays is an opportune time for family gatherings and outings.