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JOHOR BARU: The search and rescue (SAR) operations for four foreign divers reported missing in Pulau Tokong Sanggol, Mersing, has been postponed due to poor visibility.
MERSING: Four foreigners are reported missing after they went for a scuba diving exercise near Pulau Tokong Sanggol here, which is nine nautical miles from the mainland.
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The annual three-month fishing ban was imposed on Friday (April 1) off Phuket, Phang Nga, Krabi and Trang on the Andaman coast. Net fishing will be prohibited in the areas until June 30 to allow stocks to recover.
DUNGUN: The Terengganu Fisheries Department has recorded 31 turtle deaths from January to March this year.
THE Johor Fisheries Department is embarking on an initiative to increase the population of udang galah (giant freshwater prawns) in the state’s rivers.
LAST week, photos emerged online of thousands of dead fish that were found washed up along the Pengkalan Balak beach in Melaka. Was this due to sulphur pollution as claimed by some, including a group of fishermen?
MELAKA: The dead fish found at Pengkalan Balak beach here were probably dumped by fishermen, says Chief Minister Datuk Seri Sulaiman Md Ali.
MELAKA: Thousands of fish that were found lifeless along the beachfront of Pengkalan Balak has prompted Kuala Linggi assemblyman Rosli Abdullah to seek an answer whether pollution has caused the incident.
THE Negri Sembilan Fisheries Department (JPNS) has detected ghost nets on the seabed of Tanjung Tuan in Port Dickson that are stuck among the coral reefs.
KUALA PERLIS: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) seized 46 sets of illegal 'bubu naga' (fish traps) in Ops Aman on Saturday (March 19).