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THE coastline at the Teluk Bahang beach in Penang, was akin to a fairyland with thousands of flickering lights.
CONDOMINIUMS for fish. That is what local fishermen are calling the artificial reefs installed some two nautical miles off the Sungai Mesok Jetty at Kampung Batu Laut in Tanjung Sepat, Selangor.
MIRI: Sarawak needs to set up its own state coastal water security enforcement agency to help stop illegal fishing by non-local fishing vessels.
MAASI Magam, which is a Hindu festival to celebrate the auspicious month of Maasi, came alive at the Sri Singamugha Kaliamman Temple in Teluk Bahang, Penang.
MIRI: Fishing vessels casting their trawler nets offshore Miri must exercise extra caution as the South China Sea is a migratory route for whale sharks and other sea creatures.
TRAWLERS now have to think twice about illegally dragging their nets near Pulau Kendi off the south of Penang island. This vital fish breeding ground is now surrounded by a concrete ‘fort’.
KOTA KINABALU: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) needs 30 minutes after receiving a complaint to mobilise its assets to tackle illegal fishing in Sabah waters.
MIRI: Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) is intensifying offshore patrolling and surveillance in waters off Sarawak.
SUNGAI PETANI: The Northern Region Marine Department found no irregularities in the Tanjong Dawai water taxi operations despite claims by a survivor that the 12 passengers were not provided with life jackets prior to the boat capsizing and causing the death of two people.
IN the Hindu pantheon, Kali is the awesome personification of Shakti, the supreme female divine power of the religion.