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Great response to healthy lifestyle campaign

KUCHING: Some 4,000 young and old Sarawakians took part at Milo’s Breakfast Day 3km and 7km runs in the state capital yesterday.

Community

New guidelines for hillside development

THE Selangor government will introduce new and stricter guidelines for development projects in slope and hillside areas.

Community

Company believes it is qualified for package 2 contract

KUCHING: Hock Seng Lee Bhd (HSL) is awaiting the outcome of its bid for Kuching centralised wastewater management sytstem project package 2 contract, according to its managing director Datuk Paul Yu Chee Hoe.

Community

Perak state to absorb 6% GST on local councils’ parking fees

THE state will absorb the 6% Goods and Services Tax (GST) imposed on parking fee payment by local governments.

Community

Electric fences to keep out wild elephants

ELECTRIC fences are being proposed to protect farms and villages from attacks by wild elephants.

Community

Council kicks off campaign to tear down roadside stalls in Klang

THE KLANG Municipal Council (MPK) has embarked on a Zero Roadside Stalls campaign for health and hygiene reasons.

Community

CM’s aide rubbishes ‘broken promise’ claim

THE Penang government has denied stating that Pulau Jerejak and Bukit Jambul could not be gazetted as a permanent forest reserve.

Community

Residents worried that logging activities may harm ecosystem

KULAIJAYA: The logging activities at the foot of former popular mountain climbing spot Gunung Pulai 1 here have raised concerns among the residents worrying that it might cause harm to the ecosystem and threaten the surrounding environment.

Metro News

Entrance fee proposed to maintain recreational forests

Perak Forestry Department is considering imposing an entry fee for all its recreational forests in the state.

Metro News

Healing power of a forest bath

INTO the forest they went, seeking peace and calm. Some 100 students and lecturers plus non-governmental organisation (NGO) members enjoyed some eco-therapy at the Sungai Acheh mangrove forest in Penang.