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KUANTAN: The Rural Development Ministry has allocated RM80mil to implement food supply programmes in the livestock and plantation industries to ensure the country's food security.
IPOH: The sudden surge of water and soil that swept away the two victims at Gunung Suku, Simpang Pulai, near here was not due to logging activities, says Perak Forestry Department director Datuk Mohamed Zin Yusop.
KUANTAN: Quick action by firefighters rescued 13 individuals who were stranded following a water surge incident at Lubuk Ujik, Taman Che Minah Sayang in Maran on Sunday (May 15).
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian weightlifters are not expected to create ripples in the SEA Games but national coach Yon Haryono has not ruled out that one of his charges will bring home a surprise gold medal.
PEKAN: The decision to allow Hari Raya visits and open houses this year comes as a relief for lemang daun lerek sellers who had been out of business for the past two years.
PETALING JAYA: Thunderstorms, heavy rain and strong winds are expected to occur in several states, including Penang and Langkawi, until 8pm Monday (May 2), says the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia).
KUANTAN: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah presented donations to 127 tithe recipients and orphans from the district at a ceremony at Taman Pengasih Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah here.
KUANTAN: With Indonesia’s halt on its palm olein export being seen as a boon to local planters, the need for foreign workers to work in plantations have become more crucial especially in Pahang.
KUANTAN: A quarry worker tragically lost his left arm when it got stuck in a stone-crusher he was cleaning at the quarry site in Keratong Timur, Rompin on Tuesday (April 26).
KUANTAN: A woman and her parents were killed after the car they were travelling in was involved in a three-vehicle pile-up at KM128 of Jalan Kuantan-Johor Bharu in Rompin on Monday (April 11).