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Topic: Miri Industrial Training Institute

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APM, ATM, Naim volunteers and Bomba personnel readying the equipment needed to fight the peat soil fire.
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Law (centre) with other Bomba personnel pose for a group photo after a long day of work yesterday.
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The firefighting team extinguish fire at Kuala Baram peat soil areas.
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MIRI: A drone belonging to the Civil Defence Force has detected a new hotspot near Miri Industrial Training Institute (ILP Miri) at around 6pm yesterday.
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KUCHING (Aug 20): There was some improvement in the haze situation that has been choking Miri in the past weeks after the Air Pollutant Index readings for several areas in the district dropped to mod...
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KUCHING: There was some improvement in the haze situation that has been choking Miri for the past weeks after the Air Pollutant Index (API) readings for several areas in the district dropped to modera...
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PETALING JAYA: The air quality in Peninsular Malaysia has worsened slightly with Rompin in Pahang Air Pollutant Index (API) readings jumping from “unhealthy” to “very unhealthy” zone.
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MMEA Bombardier CL-415 dumps water scooped from the Baram River on the burning peat soil.
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PETALING JAYA: The Air Pollutant Index (API) for most areas in Peninsular Malaysia has remained in the moderate range, though the readings in Sarawak’s Miri and Sri Aman have worsened again.
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KUCHING: Hopes of improved air quality in the state was short-lived as two air pollutant index (API) stations in the state recorded very unhealthy level yesterday.
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KUCHING: The Air Pollutants Index (API) readings in Sri Aman and at the Automatic Air Quality Monitoring Station at the Miri Industrial Training Institute (ILP) continue to increase but remain in the ...
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Firemen and villagers work together to put out a bushfire at Kampung Bahagia Jaya in Sibu.
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Volunteers from Naim and firefighters working together to put out fires in Sector 2 of Kuala Baram today.
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Law (third left) and others at the press conference.
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MIRI, Aug 16 —  A total of 198,000 litres of water was used  to fight a forest fire in Kuala Baram today.
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KUCHING, Aug 16 ― The air quality in Sarawak as at 11 am today was generally moderate, according to the Air Pollutants Index (API) readings.
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KUCHING: The air quality in Sarawak as at 11am today was generally moderate, according to the Air Pollutants Index (API) readings.
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KUCHING: The Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department hopes to put out forest and peat fires, especially those in the Kuala Baram area near Miri before schools reopen on Monday.
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KUCHING: The air quality in Kuala Baram had improved as at 3pm today but remained at the “very unhealthy” level, with the Air Pollutants Index (API) reading at 217 at the monitoring station at the...
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The air quality in Kuala Baram had improved as at 3pm today but remained at the “very unhealthy” level, with the Air Pollutants Index (API) reading at 217 at the monitoring station at the Miri Ind...
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Bomba personnel putting out the fires affecting numerous areas in Kuala Baram.
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KUCHING: Two districts in Sarawak are facing water shortage due to the current dry spell made worse by forest fires.
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The air quality in Miri, Sarawak continues to be at a hazardous level as of noon today.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The air quality in Miri, Sarawak continues to be at hazardous levels as at noon Wednesday (Aug 14).
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KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 14 ― The air quality in Miri, Sarawak continues to be at hazardous  level as of noon today.
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KUCHING: The Air Pollution Index (API) readings around Sarawak have shown improvement in general as of 4pm today.
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KUCHING, Aug 13 — The Air Pollution Index (API) readings around Sarawak have shown improvement in general as of 4 pm today.
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Bomba personnel putting out smoke along the Kuala Baram bypass road at 11.30am today.
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Firefighters putting out a fire in a forest area in this picture from the State Bomba yesterday.
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KUCHING: SK Kuala Baram 2 in Miri recorded hazardous air quality with the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading rising to 342 as of 3pm as compared to 317 at 11am.
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KUCHING (Aug 12): SK Kuala Baram 2 in Miri recorded hazardous air quality with the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading rising to 342 at 3pm as compared to 317 at 11am.
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KUCHING (Bernama): The Air Pollutant Index (API) in SK Kuala Baram 2 in Miri has risen.
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Smoke from peat soil and forest fire in Kuala Baram moving towards the Senadin – Kuala Baram main road causing limited visibility to road users.
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The hazy scenery of Miri city taken from Canada Hill yesterday.
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Firefighters putting out a fire in a forest area in this picture from the State Bomba yesterday.
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Dr Jamilah Hashim – File photo KUCHING: Members of the public should stay indoors as much as possible to reduce the risks of haze, advises Sarawak Health Department director Dr Jamilah Hashim.
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The hazy view at the Tudan intersection.
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File photo showing thick smoke billowing from a land lot in Kuala Baram, Miri recently.
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The haze situation which started at the beginning of the month has deteriorated with Miri reaching hazardous levels while Klang recorded unhealthy readings.