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GEORGE TOWN (Aug 16): In response to the incident of massive dead fish found in Teluk Bahang waters, the Penang Government has set up a task force to develop a baseline data on the quality of water.
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GEORGE TOWN (Aug 15): In response to the incident of massive dead fish found in Teluk Bahang waters, the Penang Government has set up a task force to develop a baseline data on the quality of water.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government today gave an assurance that all seafood from its waters are safe for consumption.
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In response to an incident involving massive numbers of dead fish being found in Teluk Bahang waters, the Penang government has set up a task force to develop baseline data on the quality of water.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government today said a 650ha reclamation project along the Butterworth shore was approved by the Barisan Nasional-led state government in the 1990s and there is no way to canc...
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GEORGE TOWN: Maintenance dredging of Penang Port is under investigation after a dredger was spotted leaving the harbour waters with a thick sediment plume behind it a day before tens of thousands of fish died in Teluk Bahang.
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Maintenance dredging of Penang Port is under investigation after a dredger was spotted leaving the harbour waters with a thick sediment plume behind it, a day before tens of thousands of fish died in ...
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government is investigating a fish breeder’s complaint that his entire stock of more than 50,000 at a farm off Teluk Bahang died last Sunday morning in an incident similar to...
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GEORGE TOWN (Aug 13): The authorities expect to clear in three days all the trees uprooted by the heavy storm last Friday, Penang Housing, Town and Country Planning and Local Government Committee ch...
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GEORGE TOWN, Aug 13 — The authorities expect to clear in three days all the trees uprooted by the heavy storm last Friday, Penang Housing, Town and Country Planning and Local Government Committee ch...
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GEORGE TOWN: The mass death of fish in Teluk Bahang has resulted in six fish breeders losing over RM2mil.
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GEORGE TOWN: Families affected by the freak storm on Friday can apply for state government aid.
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GEORGE TOWN (Aug 12): Families in Penang whose houses were damaged in the powerful storm on Friday night have been urged to lodge a police report immediately to receive aid from the state government...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 12 — In another case of water pollution, an estimated 50,000 fish were found dead in Teluk Bahang yesterday.
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Penang state environment committee chairman Phee Boon Poh said the test results are finally out from the water sample taken from Teluk Bahang, showing contamination of heavy metals at a permissible le...
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GEORGE TOWN: At least 50, 000 fishes have died in Teluk Bahang, the second such case within three months.
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GEORGE TOWN: Families in Penang whose houses were damaged in the powerful storm on Friday night have been urged to lodge a police report immediately to receive aid from the state government.
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GEORGE TOWN: Families in Penang whose houses were damaged in the powerful storm on Friday night have been urged to lodge a police report immediately to receive aid from the state government.
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GEORGE TOWN: The tail-end of Typhoon Lekima left a trail of destruction in many areas in the state with damaged cars, blown-off roofs, and uprooted and fallen trees.
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KEPALA BATAS: Preparations for the Hari Raya Haji celebrations did not go as planned for production planner Amar Syaqiq Khawahjah when a freak storm brought down a giant tree at his home in Kampung Permatang Bertam here.
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BUTTERWORTH (Aug 10): Three evacuation centres in Seberang Perai and George Town have been opened to house 71 people after a thunderstorm and strong winds damaged their homes between 10.30pm last nigh...
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BUTTERWORTH: Three evacuation centres in Seberang Perai and George Town have been opened to house 71 people after a thunderstorm and strong winds damaged their homes between 10.30pm last night and 12....
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BUTTERWORTH, Aug 10 ― Three evacuation centres in Seberang Perai and George Town have been opened to house 71 people after a thunderstorm and strong winds damaged their homes between 10.30pm last ni...
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GEORGE TOWN: Clean up efforts are underway in the northern region following a storm that swept through Perlis, Kedah and Penang last night.
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BUTTERWORTH/ALOR SETAR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Parts of Malaysia were lashed by a severe storm on Friday (Aug 9) leaving uprooted trees and debris in several states including Penang, where five...
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BUTTERWORTH: A strong gush of wind was all it took to wreck havoc and injure five people as objects crashed and toppled on them here.
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GEORGE TOWN: A downpour coupled with strong winds close to 50kph battered most parts of Perlis, Kedah and Penang last night, uprooting many trees and causing damage to property.
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LANGKAWI: Six localities on the island were struck by a strong thunderstorm which had uprooted trees and caused electric poles to fall.
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BUTTERWORTH: A mound of 109,999 red eggs was again prepared for the birthday of the Sia­mese deity Datuk Tua at a temple here that’s over a century old.
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GEORGE TOWN: A state executive councillor is upset a federal minister has opened a complaints centre in Butterworth without discussing it with the state government.
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PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will no longer use handcuffs on suspects unless there is a danger of aggressive behaviour.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government today vowed stern action on the culprits who cleared a large piece of land next to the Air Hitam Dalam Educational Forest in Butterworth.
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PUTRAJAYA: Suspects arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will no longer wear the distinctive orange lock-up uniform when appearing in court.
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PUTRAJAYA: Suspects arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will no longer be made to wear the orange lock-up uniform when they are produced in court, a practice which sparked crit...
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GEORGE TOWN: Two non-governmental organisations have questioned how the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project could have obtained the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approval when several issues raised by them have not been addressed.
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GEORGE TOWN: With the weather usually hot and humid this time of the year, Penangites woke up to hazy skies.
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GEORGE TOWN, July 5 — Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) took the authorities to task for the haze enveloping Penang over the past two days.
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BUTTERWORTH: The Penang go­­vernment is eager to get rid of 397 containers filled with plastic waste at the North Butterworth Container Terminal (NBCT) here.
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GEORGE TOWN: Several supermarkets have been keeping the money collected from the sale of plastic bags instead of handing them over to the state government.
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GEORGE TOWN: Retailers in Penang who fail to hand over the 20 sen charge they collect from customers for single-use plastic bags may have their trading licences revoked through an amendment to local c...
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GEORGE TOWN: Retailers in Penang who failed to hand over the 20 sen charges they had collected from customers for single-use plastic bags may have their trading licences revoked through an amendment t...
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government today urged all retail outlets, including wet markets, to refrain from providing plastic bags on Monday as the state embarks on its zero-plastic bag initiative.
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GEORGE TOWN, July 1 ― Penang will seek to jail and more heavily fine those who illegally dump refuse in the state, exco Phee Boon Poh said today.
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GEORGE TOWN, July 1 ― Authorities will pursue supermarkets that fail to submit the 20 sen collected for each plastic bag sold as part of a campaign to reduce single-use plastics in the state, said P...
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GEORGE TOWN, July 1 — Consumers and supermarkets should support the state’s “Zero Plastic Bags” conservation campaign starting today as authorities will otherwise formalise the restrictions in...
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BUTTERWORTH: A voluntary initiative to stop providing plastic bags to shoppers – even if they are willing to pay for it – starts in Penang today.
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GEORGE TOWN: The identities of four Myanmar nationals killed in a landslide while constructing a retaining wall at a resort in Jalan Batu Feringghi in Tanjung Bungah on Tuesday (June 25), have been confirmed.
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GEORGE TOWN - Four foreign workers were buried alive in a freak landslide at a construction site in Batu Feringghi here last night.
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GEORGE TOWN: Four foreign workers were buried alive in a freak landslide at a construction site in Batu Feringghi here last night.
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GEORGE TOWN: The fire and rescue department has discovered two victims at the construction site landslide in Batu Feringghi here.
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GEORGE TOWN, June 25 — Four foreign workers were feared buried underneath the rubble of a landslide that occurred at the slopes of a hotel in Batu Ferringhi earlier tonight.
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GEORGE TOWN: Four Myanmar nationals are feared dead after a landslide struck a construction site tonight off the coastal road towards Batu Ferringhi, about eight months after the landslide in Paya Ter...
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GEORGE TOWN: Four Myanmar construction workers are feared to have being buried alive after a landslide had inundated their work site in Batu Ferringhi.
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GEORGE TOWN: A freak landslide in Tanjung Bungah is believed to have buried four construction site workers.
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GEORGE TOWN - Raising a sunken ship is no easy matter as the state has learned from the incident with the Xin Yi Yi. This Hong Kong vessel keeled over and has been lying on the seabed half-submerged...
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GEORGE TOWN: Raising a sunken ship is no easy matter as the state has learned from the incident with the Xin Yi Yi.
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GEORGE TOWN: Local council enforcement officers and auxiliary police should be given the power to stop and investigate vehicles transporting waste.
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GEORGE TOWN (June 15): The Seberang Perai Municipal Council (MPSP) and Penang City Council (MBPP) have been ordered to take legal action against parties involved in dumping rubbish including illegal ...
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GEORGE TOWN: The Seberang Perai Municipal Council (MPSP) and Penang City Council (MBPP) have been ordered to take legal action against parties involved in dumping rubbish including illegal plastic and...
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BUTTERWORTH (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Penang Customs has found another 132 containers filled with plastic waste at the North Butterworth Container Terminal (NBCT). State director Datuk Saidi Isma...
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BUTTERWORTH: Penang Customs has found another 132 containers filled with plastic waste at the North Butterworth Container Terminal (NBCT).
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GEORGE TOWN: The Customs Department today revealed that another 132 containers with plastic waste have been found at the Butterworth port, bringing the total number of containers with plastic waste to...
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SEBERANG PERAI, June 14 — Penang now has 397 containers filled with plastic waste imported from 12 different countries, the Penang Customs Department revealed today.
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GEORGE TOWN: A Penang government official was livid today after learning that Canada has “no plans” to take back its plastic waste that has ended up in Malaysia.
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GEORGE TOWN (June 13): The Penang Government will take stern action against factories that are illegally processing plastic waste, said State Welfare, Caring Society and Environment Committee chairman...
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GEORGE TOWN (June 12): The Penang Government will take stern action against factories that are illegally processing plastic waste, said State Welfare, Caring Society and Environment Committee chairman...
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government will take stern action against factories that are illegally processing plastic waste, said state Welfare, Caring Society and Environment Committee chairman Phee Boon...
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SUNGAI PETANI: Penang did not want them, so plastic waste processing factories have moved here.
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GEORGE TOWN (Jun 8): The Penang government is calling on businesses to stop providing plastic bags for shoppers on Mondays even if they are willing to fork out 20 sen for them starting from July 1.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 8 ― The Penang government is asking businesses in the state to stop dispensing plastic bags on Mondays starting next month.
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GEORGE TOWN: After imposing a statewide ban on plastic bags 10 years ago, the state government has decided to take the initiative one step further – no plastic bags for shoppers even if they are willing to pay 20 sen starting July 1.
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GEORGE TOWN: It remains uncertain whether the fish at the Teluk Bahang farms died of metal poisoning as this is only confined to the grouper or locally known as kera­pu, according to the exco member in charge.
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GEORGE TOWN: Penang’s Education Department has no plans to initiate action against a primary school here after it was revealed that 11 of its students were part of a global protest to raise awarenes...
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GEORGE TOWN: Penang marked the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Malaysia and China with a firm belief that the bond secured between both sides would grow from strength to strength.
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GEORGE TOWN: Thanks to a network of 767 public security cameras on Penang island, a lorry driver with a habit of dumping construction waste at the seaside was caught.
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BUTTERWORTH: Municipal plastic waste from the world’s most developed countries is causing a health hazard in Penang.
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BUTTERWORTH: Penang Customs Department (JKDM) today revealed that 265 containers of plastic waste have been brought into the state and are now abandoned at the North Butterworth Container Terminal (NB...
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BUTTERWORTH, Penang: Two hundred and sixty-five containers of plastic waste brought into Penang have been left abandoned at the North Butterworth Container Terminal since January this year, the Pen...
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BUTTERWORTH, May 30 — Penang Customs Department (JKDM) today revealed that 265 containers of plastic waste have been brought into the state and are now abandoned at the North Butterworth Container T...
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BUTTERWORTH: There are 265 containers filled with plastic waste stranded at the North Butterworth Container Terminal (NBCT), as the Customs Department has their hands full inspecting the contents.
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BUTTERWORTH: About 7.4 million tonnes of unwanted plastic waste, mostly from Canada, has been stranded at the Butterworth port since January.
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GEORGE TOWN (May 30): The Penang government aims to complete the Penang Island City Council’s (MBPP) portion of the RM545.6 million Jalan Bukit Kukus paired road project by the middle of next year.
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GEORGE TOWN: Authorities in Penang say they are at a loss over reports claiming that higher-than-normal levels of metals have been detected in the state’s northeastern waters, with an environmental ...
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GEORGE TOWN: Fish breeders in Teluk Bahang will temporarily stop buying fish fry after heavy metal contamination in the waters here.
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GEORGE TOWN: Their sunset years are spent rummaging through rubbish bins, searching for aluminium cans and plastic bottles with their bare hands.
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PETALING JAYA: A design student’s idea of a Hollywood-style sign to boost tourism in Penang may prove to be short-lived, now that an activist has raised the alarm over potential environmental damage...
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BUKIT MERTAJAM • The Penang authorities believe there are about 400 plastic recycling factories in Seberang Perai alone, but the number of illegal operators may easily outnumber these legal outfits.
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GEORGE TOWN: Hundreds of people from all walks of life came to pay their last respects to the iconic leader of the civil society movement - S. M. Mohamed Idris - who passed away due to old age at the ...
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BUKIT MERTAJAM (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - While authorities believe that there are about 400 plastic recycling factories in Penang's Seberang Prai alone, the number of illegal operators may easily...
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BUKIT MERTAJAM: While authorities believe that there are about 400 plastic recycling factories in Seberang Prai alone, the number of illegal operators may easily outnumber the legal ones.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court ruled that the Penang state government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS).
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PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang state government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS). Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim, in her judgment, said ...
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PUTRAJAYA (May 14): The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang state government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS). Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim, in her judgmen...
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The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS). Chief Judge of Malaya Zaharah Ibrahim said that PPS could not be constituted under the ...
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PUTRAJAYA, May 14 — The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang state government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS). Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim, in her judgm...
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PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The law does not grant the Penang state government power to set up Voluntary Patrol Units (PPS), ruled the Federal Court on Tuesday (May 14).
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PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang government is not empowered under the law to set up the voluntary patrol group known as the Voluntary Patrol Scheme or PPS.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Department of Environment (DOE) and Fisheries Department have been tasked with investigating reports of a high level of metal poisoning in Penang seas.
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KEPALA BATAS: A 48-year old man, believed to be mentally-challenged, is alleged to have set fire to three semi-detached houses in Pangkalan Bangor here yesterday.