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Kelantan ready to face legal suit

KOTA BARU: The Kelantan government is ready to face the suit filed by the federal government through the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) pertaining to the orang asli issue in the state.

SPAN is now an independent body

CYBERJAYA: The National Water Services Commission (SPAN) will now be a wholly independent regulatory body.

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‘Developers should ensure that all residents benefit’

KUALA LUMPUR: It is important that housing development projects do not cause a wider disparity between wealthy residents and the poorer ones, says PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Making it official: Anwar and Fahmi launching the Lembah Pantai MP office in Kampung Kerinchi.— Bernama
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All out to check plastic waste crisis

KLANG: The Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Ministry is stepping up efforts to mitigate Malaysia’s plastic waste crisis.

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Few factories complying with plastic waste regulations

PUTRAJAYA: Only 19 out of 114 plastic waste AP holders pass the Housing and Local Government Ministry’s requirements to import plastic scraps into the country, says minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.

Managing waste: Zuraida holding up a plastic processing flow chart during the town hall meet in Putrajaya.— Bernama
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Human Writes: Be kind to the planet, pledge to eat less meat

Meat production produces damaging greenhouse gases and is a culprit behind water pollution, deforestation and biodiversity loss.

Eating less meat will help the planet's environmental crisis

Authorities find live baby crocodiles in parcel heading to KL

SIBU: What was supposed to be a parcel of frozen fish contained five snapping live baby crocodiles instead.

Feeling fine: The five baby crocodiles uncovered at Sibu Airport.

Bug business: Cockroaches corralled by the millions in China to crunch waste

Cockroaches corralled by the millions in China to crunch waste.

Will Malaysians ever learn?

From DR ZORINA KHALID, Malaysian Nature Society, Negri Sembilan/Melaka Branch.

Bad practice: Some of the grass-cutters’ plastic ties collected by the letter writer and her family from just one field in their neighbourhood. — ZORINA KHALID

Hawksbill turtle at great risk

MELAKA: The critically endangered hawksbill turtle could end up as part of Melaka history by 2070 if conservation efforts are not taken seriously, warns a state executive councillor.

Working to protect turtles: Chew and Norhizam at the latter’s office in Melaka.

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