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JOHOR BARU: Johor could benefit from the economic spillover and job opportunities over the next few years from the billion ringgit investments secured by Singapore.
KUANTAN: Several farms and plantations in Lipis have seen frequent raids by elephants but the Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) says the responsibility also falls on the operators to mitigate the conflict.
WHEN trees were being felled at a parcel of land earmarked for development in Bukit Cerakah, Shah Alam, residents nearby began to worry.
ALL eyes will be on the match at Stamford Bridge between Chelsea and Manchester United. With the title race done and dusted, the race for the top four is still very much alive and could still be decided under thrilling circumstances.
A new monkey-proof latch for rubbish bins has been created by a group of animal experts to reduce human-monkey conflict in Bukit Gasing, Petaling Jaya.
Eu YAN Sang Malaysia’s “Bucket of Gold” charity fundraising campaign returns for the 17th consecutive year to help people in need for the Chinese New Year.
ENVIRONMENT groups are urging the Perak government to make a concerted effort to protect wildlife in the state.
China’s programmes over the last four decades have helped lift some 700 million of its population out of the clutches of extreme hardship.
GREY and cloudy skies added to the solemn mood as 520 people honoured fallen heroes at the 18th Remembrance Day ceremony at the Esplanade in Penang.