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THE fishing grounds where Jung Kuenbae and his forbears have caught shrimp, butterfish and croakers for three generations are going to be turned into the world’s largest offshore wind farm. He’s OK with that.
Asian stock markets followed Wall Street lower on Wednesday after European governments extended anti-coronavirus lockdowns, clouding the outlook for economic recovery. Market benchmarks in Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong retreated.
ALOR SETAR (Bernama): Four crew members of a cruise ship survived when their ship almost sank after hitting a rock at 0.3 nautical miles south of Pulau Lalang near Langkawi, on Saturday (Feb 27) night.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): The Maritime and Port Authority of Brunei Darussalam (MPABD) reminded boats operators and passengers to be vigilant and adhere to boating safety when using water transportation during the National Day celebrations to be held in the capital.
JAKARTA, Feb 8 (Reuters): Floods, heavy rain and power outages led people to evacuate their homes in parts of Indonesia's capital on Monday, with the conditions - worsened by the La Nina weather pattern - expected to continue until March or April.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Floods, heavy rain and power outages led people to evacuate their homes in parts of Indonesia's capital on Monday, with the conditions - worsened by the La Nina weather pattern - expected to continue until March or April.
THE Johor Fire and Rescue Department will request for at least 32 small boats from the Housing and Local Government Ministry for rescue operations during floods.
JAKARTA, Jan 10, 2021 (AFP): Authorities have pinpointed the location of two black boxes from a crashed Indonesian jet, they said Sunday, referring to cockpit voice and flight data recorders that could help explain why the aircraft went down with 62 people aboard.
Indonesia's Sriwijaya Air jet crashed after losing contact; human body parts and debris of the plane found
Jakarta, Jan 9, 2021 (AFP/Xinhua/Reuters): An Indonesian Sriwijaya Air plane is feared to have crashed into the sea after the Boeing 737 lost contact with air traffic control in the capital Jakarta, with flight tracking data showing the jet plunged into a steep dive just four minutes after take-off.