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Extortion menace in Straits of Malacca

Trawler boat owners are believed to be paying RM400 to RM500 monthly as protection money to heavily-armed pirates to ensure their safety in the Straits of Malacca.


Armed men abduct three local fishermen

Three fishermen have been abducted by more than a dozen unidentified gunmen who boarded their trawlers under the pretext of checking their fishing licences.


Fishermen fear losing livelihood

The fear of being jobless, previously unheard of in Kuala Sepetang, has set in among residents of this coastal town after the abduction of three fishermen on Monday.

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Plutonium particles from US nuke test site found in soil samples

Radioactive plutonium particles from US nuclear weapons tests in the Pacific some 50 years ago have been detected for the first time in Japanese waters, researchers said yesterday.


Warden missing after falling into sea

A prison warden who went fishing with his two younger brothers has gone missing after he fell into the sea when a vessel hit their trawler.


QL Resources MD sees growing demand for marine products

WITH or without a positive Government policy, the marine product manufacturing sector is expected to grow significantly in the future and will benefit players such as QL Resources Bhd.


Taiwanese trawler held for poaching sinks after catching fire

A Taiwanese fishing vessel detained for poaching in waters off Layang Layang Island sank after a fire broke out on board while it was being escorted back to the island here.


PM for Asean Summit

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi will be attending the 10th Asean Summit from Nov 28 to 30 in Vientiane, Laos.


Pirates with sub-machine guns kidnap two seamen

Pirates armed with sub-machine guns are believed to have kidnapped two Indonesian seamen - a chief engineer and a captain - about 80 nautical miles west of here.


Fishermen given aid contribute to fund

They are among those hit by the tsunami disaster, but fishermen from Kuala Sungai Baru here donated between RM10 and RM50 each shortly after receiving aid from the Government.