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Act to protect Taman Negara

From H.S., Tampin.


Johor to stop buying water from Singapore in August

JOHOR will stop buying treated water from Singapore in August after concessionaire SAJ Holdings Bhd completes distribution pipe laying works in the state.


Trip not organised by skills institute

The Pahang Professional Skills Institute (Ikip) did not organise the trip for 20 of its students to Gunung Rajah near Chamang in Bentong on Sunday, its acting chief executive officer Dr Nor Hasnan Ahmad said.


Poachers target national park now

Tigers, bears and the Sumatran rhinoceros are under serious threat from poachers in the Endau-Rompin National Park, one of the peninsula's last few remaining wildlife conservation forests.


Ranhill seeks utility assets overseas

RANHILL Bhd is looking at acquiring regulated assets in developed countries as well as in India and China to strengthen its position in the utility business.


Discharge your duties properly, Sultan tells excos

The Sultan of Johor has reminded Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman and the newly-appointed state exco members, who took their oath of office at Istana Besar in Johor Baru, to discharge their responsibilities in a trustworthy and responsible manner.


Rethinking captive breeding

IT IS a perplexing question: What do we do with our dwindling population of wild Sumatran rhinos? Captive breeding, once thought to be the best way to save the species, has proved to be a costly experiment.


More NS trainers needed

The National Service Training Council plans to double the number of trainers - from 5,000 currently - for next year's NS programme to ensure there are enough facilitators to carry out the modules for the three-month service.


Lax enforcement

To what extent has the National Policy on Biological Diversity been executed? What needs to be done to safeguard the country#8217;s biological treasures? Here is what our scientists and conservationists have to say.


Angling to protect the kelah

Sleek, well-muscled and armoured with large golden scales, the kelah is known as the king of freshwater sport fish. The species, however, is languishing as more pristine rivers turn foul. One exception is the Sungai Nenggiri where the kelah still thrive and efforts are ongoing to keep it that way.