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Department records flora damage during filming

The Pahang forestry department inspected the site of a film production in Gunung Brinchang here that has been embroiled in controversy.

DOE issues publicity rules for firms

The Department of Environment has introduced guidelines for companies to voluntarily publicise all eco-friendly actions in their business.

Forestry officer: Approval given to film company

The film company producing the movie Puteri Gunung LedangI/I>at the Batu Gangan permanent forest reserve in Gunung Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, has approval to enter the area.

Report lodged against company

The Society of Regional Awareness of Cameron Highlands (Reach) has lodged a police report against a film company over a recent clearing in Cameron Highlands.

Pahang MB to leave land clearing issue to cops

Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob said he will leave it to the police to investigate a report over the clearing of land in Cameron Highlands for the shooting of a film.

Issue of film company clearing land ‘blown out of proportion’

The issue of a film production company clearing land near Gunung Brinchang in Cameron Highlands has been blown out of proportion, Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob said here yesterday.

Film crew: DO gave nod to clear land

The necessary approvals have been obtained to clear the land near Gunung Brinchang in Cameron Highlands for a film shoot, said a production crew official.

Film crew clears land for shoot

Land clearing, this time for a film shoot, has started near Gunung Brinchang in Cameron Highlands, weeks after a nationwide protest erupted against a company for levelling a hill for vegetable farming.

Spurt in domestic tourism after campaign

THE #8220;Cuti Cuti Malaysia#8221; campaign promoted by the Culture, Arts and Tourism Ministry since 2000 has brought about an estimated 30% growth in domestic tourism, reported the I>Sin Chew Daily/I>.

Tough steps to save the land

In an effort to curb illegal clearing on hilly areas and slopes, the Government plans to make it a criminal offence punishable not only with hefty fines but also jail terms under the Penal Code.