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Trip to learn about WWII

B>A/B>S a 12-year-old boy, farmer Zhen Xiang Xi was among 12,000 people who were moved from Singapore to the eastern coast of Johor to grow crops for the Japanese army in the flat lands of Endau.


Murphy Oil finds oil off Sabah, Sarawak

MURPHY Oil Corp announced that its Endau #1 exploration well discovered oil and natural gas in multiple horizons.


Shoppers to get quality items

Shoppers at Carrefour hypermarkets should head for the Carrefour Quality Line (CQL) where products meeting customer expectations in terms of price and quality will be promoted from time to time.


Local parks and wildlife reserves in peril

Malaysia is not short of parks and wildlife reserves but are these sites being managed for conservation or have they merely been turned into new destinations for mass tourism?


Forest may be fenced up to protect plant species

The Pahang state government is looking into setting up a gated fence at the entrance to the famous Gunung Brinchang mossy forest in Cameron Highlands.


Raise quit rent, says rep

A state assemblyman wants the Johor Government to review the quit rent paid by Singapore's Public Utilities Board (PUB) for operating facilities supplying water to the island.


66 people trapped by floods at Endau Rompin

Some 66 people, including eight Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) students, are stranded at the Endau Rompin National Park for at least several days after three bridges at the park were submerged following a heavy downpour.


Floods worsen in east coast states

Eight more people have died in the east coast states and more than 10,000 evacuated in floods, which have been described as the worst in recent years.


One in five immigrant workers is an illegal

FOR every four registered immigrant workers in Johor, one is an illegal.


Assemblyman wants elephants out of his area

The Wildlife Department must capture and relocate elephants roaming in the Tenang constituency because the animals are a threat to the safety of villages in the area, said its assemblyman.