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Sarawak gets ready for severe drought

Sarawak has reactivated all its disaster and relief machinery at the divisional level to brace for any severe drought and haze problems.


Plant hit by fish poisoning

The Siniawan water treatment plant in Bau district had to shut down for five days as tuba fishing has contaminated the source of its raw water intake.


Adnan: We just want to protect our interests

The state government is willing to channel its water resources to other states but wants to protect its interests in the process.


Pressure on water treatment plants

Increasing river pollution has resulted in water treatment plants in Selangor and the Federal Territory having to shut down more frequently, causing more cases of water supply disruption, the Malaysian Water Association said.


Disruption in water supply to three districts

PERBADANAN Urus Air Selangor Bhd (PUAS) had announced a major water cut from 8am Saturday to 6am on Sunday which will affect thousands of consumers in the Petaling, Kuala Langat and Sepang districts.


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Singapore and Manila's right to back US

FOREIGN Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar has disclosed that Singapore and the Philippines had supported the unilateral action by the United States and its allies against Iraq.


We will keep our promise, says PM

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad has assured Singapore that it can continue to source water, whether raw or treated, from Malaysia.


Neighbours celebrate CNY together despite conflicts

Conflicts between the governments of Malaysia and Singapore have apparently not marred the people's relationship as thousands of holidaymakers and others traversed between the two countries during the Chinese New Year break, I>Nanyang Siang Pau/Ireported.


Malaysia not 'dictating to Singapore'

Malaysia has been accused by Singapore of dictating to the island republic in their water negotiations and changing its position constantly. The republic knows that if this is the case there will be no negotiations to start with. Instead, Malaysia would have resorted to unilateral action, writes MERGAWATI ZULFAKAR.