KLANG: The result in the Sungai Kandis by-election may not be very much in doubt, but expect lots of mudslinging from the Barisan Nasional during the two-week campaigning period.
Captain Willcox has survived a terrorist attack on the Rainbow Warrior, battles with governments over the environment, and the murder of a friend. But he won't quit as long as Earth is in danger.
KUALA LUMPUR: Supermarkets and food stores have already been adopting various approaches to minimise wastage of perishable goods, even before the Government announced plans to introduce a zero-waste policy on food items in aid of the poor.
MIRI: Indigenous people from more than 10 social rights bodies held a protest in Bintulu against the passing of the Sarawak Land Code Amendment, which they said would erode their rights over the control of their ancestral land.
JOHOR BARU: Johor government will be going after irresponsible landowners who allow their plots to be used as illegal dumpsites.
SHAH ALAM: An administrative assistant is believed to have been murdered by her male colleague at a vocational college in Telok Datok, Banting, near here.
SHANGHAI: China has jailed hundreds of officials for failing to tackle environmental violations uncovered during inspections last year, the environment ministry said in the latest round of the “war on pollution” led by President Xi Jinping.
First-ever open water sanctuary for beluga whales in Iceland hopes to mark the start of the end of whales and dolpins in captivity.
KUCHING: Sarawak has achieved positive economic growth despite global economic uncertainty, Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud said.
PETALING Jaya City Council (MBPJ), through a partnership with the Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP), is hosting the PJ International Youth Leadership Camp (PJIYLC).