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Big shoals of acetes, which are just a few centimetres long, crippled the water pumping stations and caused a unit to go into automatic safe shutdownThe same thing happened the next day with all units powered down, but the safety regulator says they are now in a ‘safe and controllable condition’
Will the creation of the Sabah and Sarawak Affairs portfolio alter the states’ perceived stepchild status?
From LEE YONG SE of Singapore.
JAKARTA: Indonesia says it has detained dozens of crew from Vietnamese boats fishing illegally in waters that were the scene of a diplomatic spat with China earlier this year. The maritime ministry said five fishing boats and some 68 crew members were seized.
KOTA BARU: A little fishing village in Pulau Suri has been attracting boatloads of tourists to its floating market with local fare like kerabu kelapa goreng dan bunga nipah (a mangrove palm flower and toasted coconut salad) and simply cooked fresh lokan (a type of freshwater clam).
IN the name of shared prosperity and regional peace, the Malaysian Armed Forces are out to complete a mission.
LABUAN: Thousands of rarely seen red jellyfish have been found washed ashore at the popular Mawilla Beach here since last week.The Labuan Fisheries Department has categorised their presence as a rare phenomenon.
LABUAN (Bernama): Thousands of rarely seen red jellyfish have been washed ashore the popular Mawilla Beach here since last week.
MANILA: A US-Philippines troop agreement recently scrapped by President Rodrigo Duterte could still be salvaged, a senior diplomat said on Monday (March 2), boosting hopes in both countries of retaining one of Asia's oldest military alliances.
MANILA (Reuters) - A U.S.-Philippines troop agreement recently scrapped by President Rodrigo Duterte could still be salvaged, a senior diplomat said on Friday, boosting hopes in both countries of retaining one of Asia's oldest military alliances.