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THE Gurney Wharf project will feature additional components such as a water taxi service, a hawker centre, retail area and open car park upon completion in 2023.
GEORGE TOWN: Despite environmental concerns, the state governments will allow the development of the Penang Aquaculture Industrial Zone (ZIA) at the thriving mangrove forest in Penaga, Kepala Batas.
A MAJOR event in the fisheries industry is set to take place in Busan, South Korea this Nov 6 to 8.
A mangrove forest in Penang mainland is thriving, but for how much longer? Conservationists and fishermen are racing to protect it.
ONLY a milligram of rotenone is needed to kill every fish in a pond, and this is believed to be the fate of the fishes in the Tecoma Pond at Seberang Prai City Council (MBSP) headquarters in Bandar Perda.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: The findings from a three-year research undertaken by Gelang Patah Fisheries Research Institute (FRI) on prawn breeding is expected to increase production numbers in Malaysia.
GEORGE TOWN: Growing a type of seaweed (called caulerpa racemosa) along the coast of newly reclaimed sites is vital to draw marine life back to their habitat.
A letter from WONG CHOONG HAY.
MERSING: The public should be concerned and sensitive to the effects of plastic disposal on the environment, especially to the marine ecosystem.
KOTA KINABALU: Improving Sabah's infrastructure remains a top priority for the state government to provide impetus to the state's economic transformation, says Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal.