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Cameron Highlands to benefit from study

Cameron Highlands, one of the country#8217;s most popular hill resorts and crucial catchment areas, will receive a boost from a feasibility study being conducted by the Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro) on controlling soil erosion and river sedimentation as well as improving hydropower generation.

Green legacy

Left a legacy of nurturing a lush garden by her grandparents, NINOTAZIZ waxes lyrical over everything green that has roots.

Electricity demand on the uptrend

IN line with the positive outlook of the national economy, peak demand for electricity is expected to grow at a rate of 7.2% annually, from 12,637 megawatts (MW) this year to 14,531MW in 2005.

SP Setia to invest RM2mil in drainage system

SP Setia Bhd is spending RM2mil on its environmental friendly drainage system for its on-going mixed development township project, Taman Setia Indah.

Card earns credit for good cause

In July, MBf Cards (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd launched its first Visa credit card and called it the Gaia card.

Leachate problem being tackled

RAVINDRAN RAMAN KUTTY, Senior Manager, Corporate Communications Division, Alam Flora Sdn Bhd.

Blame the rain, but there’s much to learn from the floods

The flood havoc in the north has provided valuable lessons on what can and should be done to prevent future problems. Choi Tuck Wo comments.

Blame the rain, but there’s much to learn from the floods

The flood havoc in the north has provided valuable lessons on what can and should be done to prevent future problems. Choi Tuck Wo comments.

No CFs for units without six-litre flush system

Certificates of fitness for occupation (CFs) will not be issued to new houses or apartments that are not fitted with a toilet system, which disperses six litres or less water per flush.

Time to improve our rubbish collection

From Ronald Lim, Kuala Lumpur.