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SELANGOR’S population of almost 6.3 million people – the largest in the country – generates more than 7,000 tonnes of solid waste a day.
KUALA Lumpur seems to be losing its sense of identity. Remove the Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower and this could be any skyline in any city in the world.
THE STAR EXCLUSIVE: Kuala Lumpur City Hall has the financial means to maintain and refurbish heritage buildings in Jalan Raja, says FT Minister.
With the haze situation not letting up in most parts of the country over the last few days, most organisers of outdoor programmes such as runs, community gatherings and gotong-royong have postponed their events while others have decided to call off their activities for safety sake.
FOR the first time, the hiking trails in Bukit Gasing Educational Forest are being marked with proper signage.
TEAM Selangor volunteers organised a community plogging programme with the local authority and community leaders at the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) field in Springville Ukay Perdana in Ampang.
LAHAD DATU: Surrounded by thousands of rainforest tree seedlings, students from Kolej Vokasional Lahad Datu were eager to explore and learn more about Malaysia’s rainforests in the environmental education gallery Tropical Rainforest Living Collection Merisuli (TRLC).
GUNUNG Lanno in Simpang Pulai has intrinsic value but it is still too early to say whether it will be preserved and protected, says Tan Kar Hing.