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MPKj postpones parking fee collection in two areas

THE collection of parking fees in Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) carparks in Bandar Tun Hussein Onn and Bandar Seri Putra from Aug 1 has been postponed.


There’s logging close to Ahning Dam also, says NGO

ALOR SETAR: An NGO vocal against the des­truc­­­­­­tion of natural re­­­sour­ces has raised concerns over logging in Bukit Keramat, near the Ahning Dam’s buffer zone.


Logging near water catchment

EXCLUSIVE:ALOR SETAR: Logging has been spotted near one of the four major dams in Kedah, triggering concerns that such activities so close to the lake could dry up its tributaries and affect the water catchment area.


Probe on rampant logging in Kedah

EXCLUSIVE: Suspicious logging activity in Kedah, including within a forest reserve, has triggered renewed investigation by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commis­sion (MACC) nearly a year after an initial probe came to naught.


Sada aims to supply piped water statewide by 2020

ALOR SETAR: While logging may have stopped in the Ulu Muda catchment area, indiscriminate logging is still going on in other parts of Kedah.

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Contractor to fix road, houses damaged by pipe installation

A MAIN road and several houses in Bandar Mahkota Cheras damaged by ongoing works for the Langat 2 water treatment plant and distribution facility (LRAL2) will be repaired, next month.


Save Ulu Muda Forest Reserve

A letter from NUR IMANI ABDULLAH, Forum Air Malaysia.


MACC starts probe into logging in Sik

ALOR SETAR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has begun investigation into the logging at the Bukit Enggang forest reserve in Sik which was carried out without an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report.


‘Stop all illegal logging’

GEORGE TOWN: The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) is urging the relevant authorities to put a stop to all illegal and unsustainable logging in forest reserves to preserve the vital water catchment areas and their rich biodiversity.