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Sarawak rivers lose their fish to pollution

The inland fish population in riverine systems in Sarawak has dwindled considerably due to water pollution, said state Minister for Environment and Public Health Datuk William Mawan Ikom.

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Facelift for western China

THE Chinese government is to start another 14 projects totalling more than 130bil yuan (RM60bil) to improve western China's infrastructure and environment.

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Tiger with trap scars captured

State Wildlife and National Park Department rangers caught a tiger at Kampung Kolam Air Panas making it the seventh catch in this district famous for roaming tigers.

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Ministry to set up hub for co-op products

The Land and Co-operative Ministry will set up a commercial hub where goods produced by co-operatives nationwide can be displayed and sold to the public.

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Heli-logging project put on hold

A project in Kedah to log several forest reserves, a large chunk of them virgin jungle, using helicopters has stalled because the Department of Environment (DOE) has rejected its environmental impact assessment (EIA) report.

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Plans to resume first railway line

The state government plans to resume the country#8217;s first railway line from here to Port Weld, which was constructed in 1885.

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New EIA report to be submitted

A new environmental impact assessment (EIA) report for the proposed heli-logging project in several forest reserves in Kedah will be submitted soon.

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Take a journey with Mohram

Unlike many artistes who have had to wait many years to perform at the Istana Budaya, the duo Mohram have been invited to perform at the national cultural centre after being only three years on the music scene.

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Pantai Acheh declared national park

The 2,562ha Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve, on the island#8217;s north-western tip, was declared the Penang National Park Friday.

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Fewer human shields after bombing blitz

When forest ranger Leo Warren decided to be a human shield in Iraq, he packed his camping gear to take with him. But he found no use for it as the Iraqis had supplied the shields with everything from housing to blankets and food.