You can put swimming with the famous golden jellyfish in Palau back on your bucket list after a two-year ban, but you may be stung by a hefty price hike for the pleasure.
SEVERAL students from SJK (T) Rawang are participating in a science festival in Russia, thanks to the Malaysia Telugu Foundation (MTF), Makkal Osai reported.
PETALING JAYA: Conservation groups are hoping that the results of the survey by the YouGov Omnibus on the use of straws and plastic bags among Malaysians will prompt more proactive measures to counter the problem.
GEORGE TOWN: Inshore fishermen have been accused of destroying the seabed close to shore with their modified nets which turn their boats into mini trawlers.
PASIR GUDANG: The Department of Environment (DOE) is facing a daunting task of identifying the culprit behind the chemical waste dump in Sungai Kim Kim here, which led to 79 people being treated after breathing in hazardous fumes.
ALOR SETAR: While the Ulu Muda Forest Reserve – the water catchment area for three states – is now safe from chainsaws, the reality of a shrinking state economy is just beginning to sink in.
SEREMBAN: Students and teachers from 47 schools gathered at SMK Seri Pagi to learn how to deal with bullying situations during the second leg of the #StandTogether nationwide Kindness Tour.
KOTA BELUD: Padi fields in some places in Sabah have dried up due to the hot and dry spell affecting the country.
PETALING JAYA: The National Water Services Commission (SPAN) has contingency plans in place in the event the water at dams nationwide reach critical levels, says SPAN chairman Charles Santiago.
BALIK PULAU: A mangrove ecologist has warned of the risk of development encroaching into mangrove swamps, and the risks are for people and buildings.