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Perak Environment Dept says can’t start costly cloud seeding until conditions are right
IPOH, Sep 18 — Despite the thick haze here, Perak Department of Environment director Norazizi Adinan said weather conditions are not conducive for successful cloud seeding operations yet.
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MAF’s security capabilities now at world stage — MAF chief
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) capability currently is not merely to preserve the country’s sovereignty, but also for universal security, said ATM chief General Tan Sri Zulkifli Zain...
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Visibility of KL Tower, Petronas Twin Towers blocked by haze
Popular landmarks in the capital including the country's tallest structures, KL Tower and Petronas Twin Towers, were shrouded by haze as air quality and visibility worsened towards the afternoon.
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Seri Manjung, first area in Perak to record unhealthy API
IPOH: Seri Manjung in Lumut became the first area in Perak to record unhealthy Air Pollutant Index level as of 10am this morning.
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Kit Siang all for RCI on Malaysia’s poverty, offers names for panel
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 7 — DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang today joined the chorus of calls to establish a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) to address poverty in the country.
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We need a RCI on poverty in Malaysia
MP SPEAKS | As we approach the 56th anniversary of the formation of Malaysia, on Sep 16, 2019, we can reflect on some things which we can all be thankful for.
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Children with autism and dyslexia swim across selat dinding
LUMUT: Despite having autism, Nur Dhia Izz Ashfadina Muhammad Asrie, 10, completed a 10 km swim across Selat Dinding here in conjunction with National Day today.
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Kids with autism, dyslexia complete 10km swim across Selat Dinding for National Day
LUMUT (Bernama): Despite having autism, Nur Dhia Izz Ashfadina Muhammad Asrie, 10, completed a 10km swim across Selat Dinding here in conjunction with National...
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Eye on Pangkor
Blessed with an abundance of pristine beaches, Malaysia boasts some of the most idyllic and beautiful islands in the world, as the countless tourists who have visited our...
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One of Jimah East Power plants now commercially operational
KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd’s (TNB) first of two units of coal-fired power plants owned and operated by Jimah East Power Sdn Bhd (JEP) successfully achieved its commercial operation date (COD) on Wednesday, adding another 1,000 megawatts (MW) to Peninsular Malaysia’s existing generation capacity of 22,748 MW.In a statement, TNB said JEP is building two 1,000 MW ultra-supercritical (USC) coal-fired power plants in Port Dickson, Negri Sembilan.
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TNB: Jimah East's first power plant starts commercial operations
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 22): Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) said today the first of the two proposed 1,000 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plants owned and run by its subsidiary Jimah East Power Sdn Bhd (JEP) has...
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First unit of Tenaga’s Jimah East Power comes on stream
KUALA LUMPUR: The first unit of Tenaga Nasional’s 70% owned Jimah East Power achieved commercial operation date at 1.50am on Thursday.
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Detained M'sian fishing boat released by Indonesian authorities
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) succeeded in freeing a local fishing boat detained by an Indonesian Fisheries Surveillance vessel at 24.5 nautical miles northwest of Pulau Jarak in Lu...
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Indonesian fisheries authority frees detained Malaysian fishing boat
LUMUT, Aug 20 — The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has succeeded in freeing a local fishing boat detained by an Indonesian Fisheries Surveillance vessel at 24.5 nautical miles north we...
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Five men nabbed for vandalising 18 cars
LUMUT: Five men have been arrested for going on a smashing spree by breaking the windscreens of 18 cars in several housing estates in Ayer Tawar here.
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Five men nabbed for vandalising 18 cars in Perak
Five men have been arrested in Perak for going on a smashing spree by breaking the windscreens of 18 cars in several housing estates in Ayer Tawar, Lumut.
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Five men nabbed for smashing 18 cars during two-hour vandalism spree in Perak
LUMUT, Aug 20 — Five men have been arrested for going on a smashing spree by breaking the windscreens of 18 cars in several housing estates in Ayer Tawar here.
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Let’s develop Pangkor duty-free ‘correctly.’
I love the sun, the sea and the duty-free.
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Indonesian fisheries surveillance vessel frees local fishing boat
LUMUT: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) have succeeded in freeing a local fishing boat which was detained by an Indonesian Fisheries Surveillance vessel at 26.4 nautical miles south ea...
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21,000-picture collage of Jalur Gemilang sets new record in Malaysia Book of Records
LUMUT, Aug 17 — Volunteers from the Malaysian Muslim Welfare Fund Foundation (YDKMM) have set a new record in the Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) for compiling 21,000 pictures of memories with the J...
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Unregistered medicine and cosmetics seized
PETALING JAYA: Unregistered pharmaceutical and cosmetic pro­ducts worth about RM200, 000 were seized during several raids by the health authorities in Perak.
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MOH seize 8,000 unregistered products, cosmetics worth RM200,000
KUALA LUMPUR: The Perak Health Department’s Pharmacy Enforcement Branch (PEB), have seized 8,000 units of unregistered products and unnotified cosmetics worth almost RM200,000 at three premises in I...
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‘Fake news’ about child kidnapping in Manjung
LUMUT: Police have rejected claims that children have been kidnapped by a syndicate in Manjung district, Perak, after social media postings made the rounds for the past few days.
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When 1 lift accident is 1 too many
Lift-related accidents are not all that common but those which result in injury or death need serious attention, by the parties in charge of public safety.
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Perak Fisheries Dept seizes 90 dragon fish traps
LUMUT: The Perak Fisheries Department seized 90 units of dragon fish traps (bubu naga) worth RM7,200 in three fishing boats parked at the Pantai Remis fishermen jetty, here yesterday.
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No negative effects from building four littoral mission ships in China -...
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 1): The government’s decision to build four littoral mission ships (LMS) of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) in China does not bring any negative effects in terms of technology and k...
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No negative effects from building four LMSs in China: Defence Ministry
KUALA LUMPUR: The government’s decision to build four littoral mission ships (LMS) of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) in China does not bring any negative effects in terms of technology and knowledge...
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Sorry not good enough, Sabah PKR women’s chief tells senator
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah PKR women’s wing has called for the replacement of the senator who mooted an anti-seduction law to protect men despite his apology and retraction earlier today.
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After senator's 'seduction' gaffe, DPM moots gender sensitivity training
Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail has mooted gender sensitivity training for elected and appointed people's representatives.
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Anwar tells PKR senator to retract ‘men protection’ law proposal
PKR has rejected the proposal by one of its senators that a sexual harassment law be enacted to protect men from being “seduced” by women into committing crimes such as rape.
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240 packets of ‘Ghost Smoke’ candies seized in Sitiawan
LUMUT: The Manjung branch of the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry seized 240 packets of Ghost Smoke candies from several retail and wholesale outlets in Jalan Raja Omar in Sitiawan, near h...
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Special Report: Tide rises for BHIC amid valuation slump
IN the last week of June, a high-level defence ministry delegation led by Minister of Defence Mohamad Sabu visited the Boustead Naval Shipyard in Lumut, Perak, to inspect the littoral combat ships (LC...
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Three trawler boats seized for fishing in prohibited area
LUMUT: The Perak Fisheries Department detained three local trawler boats with nine Thai crew members on board and seized 200kg of various types of fish with a total value of almost RM1.8 million, arou...
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Lumut factory ordered to suspend operations after fatal accident
LUMUT (Bernama): An oil and gas company in Kampung Acheh here has been ordered to suspend operations after a worker was killed in an accident at its premises.
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Oil and gas worker crushed to death in Sitiawan
LUMUT, July 4 — A 29-year-old man was crushed to death when a one-tonne concrete slab collapsed while working at an oil and gas company in Kampung Acheh, Sitiawan here yesterday.
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Lumut villagers claim poultry farms contaminating oil palm plantation water supply
Villagers from Kampung Getam near Lumut, Perak claim nearby poultry farms are contaminating the water supply for their oil palm plantations.Villager Zabidi Said, 63, said runoff from poultry farms loc...
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Residents of village in Lumut want pollution issue resolved
LUMUT: Residents at Kampung Batu 10, Segari, want the authorities to resolve the issue of a polluted ditch here, which they say emanates foul stench and causes irritation to their skins.
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Lumut villagers claim poultry farms contaminating oil palm plantation water supply
LUMUT: Villagers from Kampung Getam near here claim nearby poultry farms are contaminating the water supply for their oil palm plantations.
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Hop-On Hop-Off bus service in Ipoh needs expansion, Perak MB says
IPOH, June 29 — The Hop-On Hop-Off bus service in the Ipoh city area which began on March 23 and had been well-received, needs to be expanded to attract more local and foreign visitors.
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No Chinese aircraft carrier in M'sian waters, says navy chief
Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) chief Mohd Reza Mohd Sany (above) has dismissed media reports on the presence of Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning in Malaysian waters.
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No Chinese navy ship in M’sian waters: RMN
LUMUT: Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) chief Datuk Mohd Reza Mohd Sany has dismissed media reports on the presence of Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning in Malaysian waters.
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Navy chief: No Chinese navy ship in Malaysian waters
LUMUT, June 24 — Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) chief Datuk Mohd Reza Mohd Sany has dismissed media reports on the presence of Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning in Malaysian waters.
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No Chinese navy ship in Malaysian waters — RMN
LUMUT (June 24): Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) chief Datuk Mohd Reza Mohd Sany has dismissed media reports on the presence of Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning in Malaysian waters.
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MMEA nabs Indonesian fishing boat at Pulau Jarak
LUMUT: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has detained an Indonesian fishing boat with a skipper and six crew members, at about 28 nautical miles from southeast of Pulau Jarak, Perak her...
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LKIM to mediate between state governments over land reclamation, sand dredging issue
LUMUT (June 13): The Malaysian Fisheries Development Board (LKIM) will look to play a greater role in relation to solving the land reclamation and sand dredging activities involving Penang and Perak...
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LKIM to mediate between State Governments over land reclamation, sand dredging...
LUMUT (June 12): The Malaysian Fisheries Development Board (LKIM) will look to play a greater role in relation to solving the land reclamation and sand dredging activities involving Penang and Perak, ...
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Maritime Malaysia drives away Indonesian boat in spirit of Aidilfitri
LUMUT: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) issued a warning before asking an Indonesian fisherman boat to leave after it had intruded into Malaysia waters at 10 nautical miles of south Pu...
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Need for better awareness on govt initiatives for target groups
LUMUT: There is a need to intensify dissemination of information on government initiatives to help the people, including the National Health Protection Scheme (MySalam), as such schemes are like a lif...
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Maritime Malaysia foils attempt to smuggle in cigarettes
LUMUT: The Perak Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has foiled an attempt to smuggle in various brands of cigarettes from a neighbouring country in an early morning operations today.
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Master plan needed for Pangkor in 2020 and beyond
LETTER | According to media reports, tourism industry players in Pangkor and on the mainland at Lumut are increasingly anxious and concerned with the lack of preparation for the island to be ready to ...
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Worried Pangkor folks say island not ready for duty-free status
LUMUT, June 2 — With six months to go before Pangkor island gets its duty-free status on January 1, the island’s residents are worried about the apparent lack of preparation.
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Sand mining, a by-product of Penang reclamation project?
The Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project will have serious consequences in both Penang and Perak.
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How the subsidised diesel shortage is affecting the livelihood of fishermen... and your seafood
LUMUT, May 31 — Get ready to pay more for your seafood.
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Malaysia, Indonesia to intensify maritime cooperation ahead of Raya
LUMUT: The Marine Police Force and its Indonesian counterpart have been working closely including in intelligence-sharing apart from intensifying operations in patrolling the waters of both countries ...
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Malaysia, Indonesia to intensify maritime cooperation ahead of Raya celebration
LUMUT, May 30 ― The Marine Police Force and its Indonesian counterpart have been working closely including in intelligence-sharing apart from intensifying operations in patrolling the waters of both...
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Cops nab 283 illegal racing suspects West Coast Expressway
LUMUT, May 27 — A total of 283 individuals were detained for suspected involvement in illegal racing on the West Coast Expressway (WCE) Banting-Taiping near the Ayer Tawar exit here which has yet to...
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Cops nab 238 bikers for illegal racing on yet-to-be-opened West Coast Expressway
LUMUT (Bernama): A total of 283 individuals were detained for suspected illegal racing on the West Coast Expressway (WCE) near the Ayer Tawar exit, which is not open to the public.
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Monkey shooting case: Police recover cage in river
Police have recovered the cage in which a monkey was shot by a teenager in Sitiawan last week, in a river close to where the incident happened.
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Cage in ‘Baby Sayang’ monkey shooting case found in river
LUMUT: Police have recovered the cage in which a monkey was shot by a teenager in Sitiawan last week.
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Police recover cage from monkey shooting case in river
LUMUT: Police have recovered the cage in which a monkey was shot by a teenager in Sitiawan last week, in a river close to where the incident happened.
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Police recover discarded cage from river in monkey shooting case
LUMUT (Bernama): Police have recovered the cage in which a monkey was shot by a teenager in Sitiawan last week, in a river close to where the incident happened.
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Political programmes in perak mosques, suraus go against the sultan’s decree: Amanah Youth
IPOH: The move by certain opposition politicians in using mosques or suraus in Perak for political activities is irresponsible and violates the decree of the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Nazrin Shah as the...
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Amanah Youth: Political programmes held in Perak mosques, suraus go against Sultan’s decree
IPOH, May 25 — The move by certain opposition politicians in using mosques or suraus in Perak for political activities is irresponsible and violates the decree of the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Nazrin ...
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Let’s fly to duty-free Pangkor Island. (fly??)
When I was much younger than I am today, I used to go Pulau Pangkor (Pangkor Island) at least once a year.
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Two held over shooting of monkey
LUMUT: “Just for fun” – that was what a teenager has told the police about shooting dead a caged monkey in Sitiawan, near here, a few days ago.
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Reopening of its airport from Oct 1 will boost Pangkor as duty-free island
LUMUT (May 23): The reopening of Pangkor Airport this coming Oct 1 is expected to further boost tourism and business on the resort island which will be a duty-free destination by early next year.
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Teenager claims he shot caged monkey for fun: Police (Updated)
LUMUT: “Just for fun” — that was what a teenager said about shooting dead a caged monkey in Sitiawan, near here, a few days ago.
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Teenager tells police he shot caged monkey for fun
LUMUT: ‘Just for fun’ — that was what a teenager said about shooting dead a caged monkey in Sitiawan, near here, a few days ago.
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Police: Sitiawan teen shot caged monkey ‘for fun’
LUMUT, May 23 — ‘Just for fun’ -- that was what a teenager said about shooting dead a caged monkey in Sitiawan, near here, a few days ago.
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Detained teenager claims he shot monkey for fun, say Perak police
LUMUT (Bernama): "Just for fun" - That was what a teenager said about shooting dead a caged monkey in Sitiawan near here a few days ago.
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Reopening of its airport from Oct 1 will boost Pangkor as duty-free island
LUMUT (May 22): The reopening of Pangkor Airport on Oct 1 is expected to boost tourism and business on the resort island which will be a duty-free destination by early next year.
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Reopening of airport from Oct 1 will boost Pangkor as duty-free island
LUMUT: The reopening of Pangkor Airport this coming Oct 1 is expected to further boost tourism and business on the resort island which will be a duty-free destination from next year.
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Reopening of its airport from Oct 1 will boost Pangkor as duty-free island
LUMUT: The reopening of Pangkor Airport this coming Oct 1 is expected to further boost tourism and business on the resort island which will be a duty-free destination by early next year.
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Man missing while fishing found drowned in Sitiawan
LUMUT: A man who went missing while fishing near the Kampung Tebuk bridge in Kampung Bharu, Sitiawan here yesterday, was found drowned today.
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Marine police nab 41 illegals trying to exit Malaysia
LUMUT (Bernama): The Marine police foiled an attempt by 41 Indonesian illegal immigrants who were trying to exit the country without proper papers in Hutan Melintang, some 90km from here Wednesday (May 8).
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Gazette idle land in Lumut as state parks, group tells Perak
IPOH, May 7 — The Perak state government should gazette areas yet to be earmarked for industrial development at Segari Melintang in Lumut as state parks, said Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM). SAM field ...
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Penang JPJ, just the start?
Three waves of arrests were conducted at the Road Transport Department (JPJ) in April, which saw more than 100 people interrogated including 75 of the 139 enforcement officers of the Penang branch.
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Perak manufacturing industry urged to adopt green technology
LUMUT, April 30 (Bernama) — Perak manufacturers are urged to develop more products using green technology which is more economical and environmentally friendly, said Perak Investment and Corridor De...
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Perak exco to meet NGOs to explain proposed Segari Melintang park
IPOH, April 28 — A Perak state executive councillor said today he will meet non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to clarify his remarks that more studies are needed before Segari Melintang in Lumut...
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‘Five-star facilities’ at 10,500 affordable homes in Manjung
LUMUT: “Five-star facilities” will be provided at Perak’s largest affordable housing project comprising 10,500 houses at Bandar Baru Setia Awan Perdana in Manjung, near here in the next five yea...
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Over 10,000 affordable housing units to be built in Manjung
LUMUT, April 27 — A total of 10,500 affordable housing units will be built at Bandar Baru Setia Awan Perdana in Manjung, near here in the next five years in an effort to enable more people to own a ...
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Perak MB says no approval given for Segari projects
IPOH, April  13 ― The Perak government  has not given any approval for a wharf  or factory project in Segari, Lumut.
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No approval given for Segari project: Perak MB
IPOH: The Perak government has not given any approval for a wharf or factory project in Segari, Lumut.
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No approval given for Segari projects - Perak MB
The Perak government has not given any approval for a wharf or factory project in Segari, Lumut.
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Perak exco denies carving up proposed Lumut park land for armed forces
IPOH, April 12 — The 3,000-hectare Segari Melintang in Lumut is on track for gazettement as Perak’s fifth state park, a government official said today amid fears the military is seeking to build a...
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Drop in Penang investment not linked to federal govt: Ramasamy
LUMUT: The fall in investment in Penang should not be linked to the federal government as the cyclical situation also occurred in many countries.
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Drop in Penang investment not linked to federal govt, says DCM
LUMUT, April 6 — The fall in investment in Penang should not be linked to the federal government as the cyclical situation also occurred in many countries.
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Plans for fifth state park on hold to make way for training ground, Perak green group claims
IPOH, April 1 — The Perak government’s plans to open a fifth state park at Segari Melintang in Lumut may not happen after all as the Malaysian Armed Forces reportedly wants to use it as a training...
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Man who attempted self-immolation dies
LUMUT: The 21-year-old man who suffered 90% burns after attempting self-immolation in Sitiawan near here on Tuesday, died at the Intensive Care Unit of the Seri Manjung Hospital at 6.20pm yesterday, M...
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Sitiawan man dies after self-immolation
LUMUT, March 21 — The 21-year-old man who suffered 90 per cent burns after attempting self-immolation in Sitiawan near here on Tuesday, died at the Intensive Care Unit of the Seri Manjung Hospital a...
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Man sets himself on fire after quarrel with girlfriend
LUMUT, March 20 — A man set himself on fire following a quarrel with his girlfriend in Sitiawan, Perak last night.
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Man sets himself on fire after quarrel with girlfriend
LUMUT (Bernama): A man set himself on fire following a quarrel with his girlfriend in Sitiawan, Perak on Tuesday (March 19) night.
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PAC wants YTL probed over failed RM24m marina project
KUALA LUMPUR (March 19): The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has urged the transport ministry to investigate YTL Corp Bhd in the failure of a RM24.27 million government-commissioned marina in Pulau Me...
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PAC calls for probe on YTL over marina project
KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has asked the Transport Ministry to investigate YTL Corporation Bhd’s accountability in the Pulau Mentagor public marina project.PAC chairman Datuk Seri Dr Ronald Kiandee said the committee viewed seriously the project as it was initially supposed to be built in Lumut, Perak.
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PAC wants YTL probed over failed RM24m marina project
KUALA LUMPUR (March 18): The Public Accounts Committee has urged the Transport Ministry to investigate the role of YTL Corp Bhd in the failure of an RM24.27 million Government-commissioned marina in P...
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PAC wants YTL probed over unused RM24m Mentagor Island marina
PETALING JAYA: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today urged the transport ministry to look into whether YTL Corporation Berhad can be held liable over the government-commissioned construction of th...
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YTL to PAC: No basis to say we're responsible for marina shortcomings
YTL Corporation Berhad said today that there is "no basis" to infer that the company is responsible for the shortcomings of the Pulau Mentagor marina project.
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PAC wants Transport Ministry to investigate Pulau Mentagor public marina project
KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) wants the Transport Ministry to investigate if YTL Corporation Bhd should be held accountable for the failure of the Pulau Mentagor public marina project.
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PAC chairman: Insufficient feasibility study led to failure of marinas, millions in losses
KUALA LUMPUR, March 18 — Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairman Datuk Seri Ronald Kiandee today said that the lack of feasibility study prior to the construction of 11 government-commissioned mari...
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PAC wants YTL probed for RM24m marina on uninhabited island
The Public Accounts Committee has called on the Transport Ministry to investigate whether YTL Corporation Berhad can be held responsible for the construction of a RM24.27 million government-commission...
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