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Residents near Gunung Cheroh, along Jalan Raja Musa Aziz, are living in fear of falling rocks. The limestone hill is being blasted to make way for a double-tracking railway line.
Six squatter families in Gunung Cheroh, off Jalan Raja Musa Aziz, who have been affected by falling rocks and dust pollution due to blasting activities during the construction of the double-tracking railway project, will be moving to low-cost flats in Buntong.
Archaeologists said on Monday they have excavated a cave where John the Baptist baptised many of his followers #8211; basing their theory on tens of thousands of shards from small ritual jugs, a stone used for foot cleansing and wall carvings that tell the story of the contemporary of Jesus.
A group of residents in Taman Saikat, Ipoh showed that solidarity is key to overcoming problems in their areas. The residents from Persiaran Pinggir Rapat 5 got together to protest after a company started digging for iron ore in a vacant plot of land near their area, resulting in three big ponds.
Plans are afloat to turn Kenyir Lake into the best of eco-tourism and adventure-tourism destinations in the region and the world. Aggressive promotions locally and overseas are on the cards and there is also a proposal to turn Pulau Poh into a tax-free zone.