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Prevent human-elephant conflicts, Johor urged

JOHOR BARU: The state govern­ment must take measures to better protect areas where wildlife roam freely to prevent an escalation in human and animal conflicts in future.

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Call to protect and conserve endangered species

JOHOR BARU: There are six types of primates in the wild in Johor, with two now on the endangered species list due to poaching, deforestation and human wildlife conflict.

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Birding expert to talk on forest species

BIRDING enthusiasts can take the opportunity to learn more about the birds of peninsular Malaysia at a special talk by renowned bird expert, Dr David Wells, happening tomorrow.

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Building over forests messes up ecosystem, says expert

THERE is no such thing as replacing a forest, Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) president Professor Dr Ahmad Ismail says.

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CM: Bold new moves a must

MIRI: Sarawak must take bold moves if it wants to achieve its development agenda, even if they are radically new in nature.

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Oasis of respite in the city

Cubic Botanical @ South Bangsar, a freehold project by Ancubic Capital Sdn Bhd, is one of the most anticipated developments in the commercial hotbed of Kuala Lumpur.

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Lights out to spread vital message

PEOPLE from all walks of life were united in a show of commitment towards conserving biodiversity and tackling climate change in several Earth Hour 2019 events across Penang.

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Waste contractor fired for illegal dumping

THE waste contractor caught red-handed dumping grass clippings from Selangor into Kuala Lumpur territory last week has been terminated by its employer.

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Cross the border dumping

EXCLUSIVE: THEY were hired by the Public Works Department (JKR) to maintain general cleanliness of federal roads and drains as well as cut grass in Selangor; but the workers were caught illegally dumping the waste they collected in Kuala Lumpur in the wee hours of the morning on Thursday.


Rehabilitating peat forest

AS MALAYSIANS grapple with the heatwave, warnings have been put out to alert the public that water levels are expected to dip in the coming months, bringing with it the possibility of dry taps.