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The future of Perak’s main turtle-nesting site in Segari, Manjung is at risk as plans to gazette the 7km stretch as a protected area has dragged on since 2013.
IN RESPONSE to Deputy Agriculture and Food Industries Minister II Datuk Che Abdullah Mat Nawi’s statement on June 16, 2021 regarding the Penang South Islands (PSI) and fisheries matters in relation to the project’s implementation, the Penang Infrastructure Corporation (PIC) would like to categorically address and clarify a number of his remarks.
SEREMBAN: The Melaka government must ensure that fishermen living on the Negri Sembilan side of its border are compensated once work starts on the RM15bil Kuala Linggi International Port (KLIP), says Datuk Seri Aminuddin Harun.
THE state government is still considering whether to build a natural gas plant at Tanjung Hantu, near Teluk Senangin in Manjung.
IPOH: Teluk Senangin, which is located near a turtle landing site in Segari, should not have any development projects, says Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) field officer Meor Razak Meor Abdul Rahman. “The area has been classified as an ‘Environmentally Sensitive Area Level One’ under the National Physical Plan,” he said.
MELAKA: The state government is cutting back on the perimeter of ongoing reclamation works close to Pulau Upeh for the sake of turtles, said
THE Melaka government is curtailing the perimeter of ongoing reclamation works close to Pulau Upeh for the sake of turtles, said state Agriculture, Entrepreneur Development, Co-operative and Agro-Based committee chairman Norhizam Hassan Baktee.