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PETALING JAYA: The overall health of coral reefs in Malaysia is considered to be “fair”, but has been slowly declining in the last five years, according to a report by Reef Check Malaysia.
BOULOGNE-SUR-MER, France (Reuters) - For the British government, a successful Brexit means re-asserting economic sovereignty and landing a trade deal with Europe. Trawler captain Stephane Fait and his fellow French fisherman could sink that plan.
BANGKOK: Thai retailers kicked off 2020 with a ban on single-use plastic bags, joining the battle against throwaway carriers in the South-East Asian nation where citizens go through an average of eight every day.
(Reuters) - Microscopic pieces of plastic have been discovered in the most remote locations, from the depths of the ocean to Arctic ice - and in our bodies as we breathe in and eat microplastic, and drink plastic-infused water every day.
KOTA KINABALU: Shellfish, including clams, oysters and snails, are not safe for consumption for the time being, due to toxic algae blooming or red tide in waters of Kuala Penyu.
KOTA BARU: Dangerous sea conditions during the north-east monsoon may be keeping fishermen along the east coast off their boats but this doesn’t mean Isa Hassan is remaining idle.
BALIK PULAU: A loggerhead turtle is now back to its globe-trotting ways, two months after it was rescued by fishermen when it got snared in an abandoned trawler’s net.
THE Education Ministry’s free milk for poor students may be too sweet.
GEORGE TOWN: The first loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) rescued near Pulau Kendi will be released once it is nursed back to health.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's widely lampooned environment minister denied having a taste for the high life and said on Friday he would not resign over accusations he squandered taxpayer money, in a scandal that risks upsetting the government's reform drive.