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Fri, 20 Sep 2019, 12:59 AM
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Topic: NREB

The Borneo Post:
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NREB: Satellite data helps greatly in identifying hotspots
Justine Jok Jau Emang KUCHING: Natural Resources and Environment Board of Sarawak (NREB) has benefitted from satellite data in Singapore such as identifying hotspots.
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Malaysia Day celebration shifts to indoor stadium due to haze
KUCHING (Sept 11): The haze has forced the authorities to shift the Malaysia Day celebration on Sept 16 indoors.
Malay Mail:
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Malaysia Day celebration in Kuching moved to indoor stadium due to haze
KUCHING, Sept 11 — The haze has forced the authorities to shift the Malaysia Day celebration on Sept 16 indoors.
Malay Mail:
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In Sarawak, state authorities pledge to take action against open burning as haze worsens
KUCHING, Sept 10 ― The Sarawak Natural Resources and Environmental Board (NREB) today warned that stern action will be taken against anyone found conducting open burning during the current dry seaso...
The Borneo Post:
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Sibu air quality deteriorates overnight as API jumps
The riverine town is blanketed by haze.
The Borneo Post:
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Clouded leopard found dead by firefighters in Kuala Baram, believed killed by peat soil fires
A Naim ERT volunteer holds up the carcass of the wild animal, believed to be a juvenile clouded leopard.
The Borneo Post:
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Ban on open burning in Sarawak still being enforced
Law confirms that the peat fire behind Miri Industrial Training Institute (ILP) has completely been put out.
The Borneo Post:
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‘Better access roads, drainage can help prevent peat fires’
Ik Pahon (front, third right) being briefed by Natural Resources and Environment Board (NREB) Miri officer (environmental control) Joseph Uyo (left) on the current situation in Kuala Baram.
The Borneo Post:
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Rosey: 18,000 face masks ready to be distributed to those affected by haze
Rosey (second left) visiting her Bekenu constituency recently to check on the needs of the people.
Malay Mail:
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Sarawak mulls new ways to fight open burning
MIRI, April 21 — The Sarawak government will map out a new long solution  to control the problem of open burning in the state, especially in Miri City as the present hot and dry season is expected ...
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Raging peat soil and farmland fire
MIRI: The blaze that is currently affecting over 100ha of peat soil forested areas as well as farmlands in Kuala Baram here is still going strong, causing the air quality in and around the area to det...
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Tanjung Manis confident China investors will receive EIA approval soon
SIBU, Feb 27 — Tanjung Manis Economic Growth Area (T-MEGA), formerly known as Tanjung Manis halal hub, is confident that investors from China will soon receive the Environmental Impact Assessment (E...
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