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Ex-teacher agrees to auction off his durians for charity

Mohd Sofi Ibrahim has agreed to a proposal by I>The Star/Ifor his prize-winning and wild durian varieties to be auctioned for charity.

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Durian orchard a real treasure trove of biodiversity

Durian pulp in a riot of colours including purple, bright orange and deep red can be found in an orchard not far from the fringes of the Bukit Wang forest reserve in Anjung Lima here.

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Kenaf may be next major cash crop

It matures in six months and can be processed into a high-protein animal feed.

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Talks on free trade soon to benefit Malaysia and New Zealand

Malaysia and New Zealand have agreed to start negotiations on a free trade agreement as soon as possible.

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Director fined over effluents

A company director was fined RM10,000 by a Sessions Court yesterday for discharging effluents without a permit and exceeding the 'acceptable condition' under regulations stipulated in the Environmental Qualities Act.

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Toilet paper demand upsets wood supplies

CHINA, the country credited with inventing toilet paper, is using the most - but the demand is putting pressure on precious wood supplies.

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Greenpeace raps loggers

Environmental group Greenpeace presented what it said yesterday was new evidence that Singapore-based Asia Pulp and Paper Co (APP) was engaged in rampant forest destruction in southwest China.

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Bamboo better than acacia

The Sabah government made a mistake more than 20 years ago in its decision to cultivate fast-growing acacia trees on thousands of hectares of land.

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Oil palm plan for logged area

The controversial 50,000ha of logged over area in the Kalabakan secondary forest reserve, close to the renowned wildlife corridor of Maliau basin and Danum valley, will be converted into an oil palm plantation.

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Juicy rewards as nuke scientists split bananas

Indian nuclear scientists say they have unpeeled one of the great mysteries of the soft-drinks world - how to extract juice from bananas cheaply and simply.