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Pak Lah's green revolution under way

WHAT#8217;s in store for the agriculture sector? There must be huge prospects for Malaysia that has prompted Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to give it a new lease of life through his policy direction.


Reign of bad weather

Record heat in Europe, severe floods in Asia and an unprecedented number of tornados in the United States - 2003 will certainly go down in history as the year of extreme weather calamities.


The endangered ones

MALAYSIA#8217;s avifauna is not in good shape. Forty species are globally threatened. This places Malaysia on the 10th spot on the list of Asian countries with the most number of bird species at risk of extinction.


Johor to bottle water from national park

The Johor state government plans to bottle water from the Endau-Rompin National Park, which is believed to be among the cleanest water sources in the country, for commercial purposes.


Johor to taste own water after 43 years

After 43 years depending on the Singapore's Public Utilities Board (PUB) for clean water, Johoreans can look forward to have their water supplied from the new RM649mil Semanggar treatment plant in Kota Tinggi next year.


QL sets stage for further expansion

QL Resources Bhd, already an award winning company for its strong commitment in enhancing shareholders' value, has set the stage for more expansion that will enhance its revenue and profitability.


Chua: Spend on promotions

Organisers of tourism-related events should not be stingy in promoting their events, said state Tourism and Environment Committee chairman Datuk Dr Chua Soi Lek.


Holiday packages

Where the holiday packages are.


Budget holidays for students

Fkight to Langkawi, three-night hotel stay, food and other expenses - sounds too expensive to be a student holiday? Thanks to Malaysia Tourism Centre's Student Travel Programme, many tourist hotspots like this have become more accessible and affordable, albeit not cheap.


Divided over breeding plan

The recent deaths of all five rhinoceroses in a Malaysian wildlife sanctuary have raised questions: Should we continue keeping rhinos in captivity or are they better off in the wild? And should we abandon captive breeding programmes which have yet to produce results and accept the fact that Man just cannot tinker with rhino reproduction?