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Topic: Pua Lay Peng

Malaysiakini:
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Loyalists appointed to Umno supreme council, and 9 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Four caught for splashing red paint at home of green crusader fighting illegal plastic waste
KUALA LUMPUR, July 2 — Police have arrested four people on suspicion of vandalising the home of Environmental Action Association representative Pua Lay Peng’s home with red paint last month.
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Cops nab paint splashers who threatened environmentalist
PETALING JAYA: Four gang members with past criminal records were arrested today by federal police on suspicion of threatening an enviromental activist in Banting on Wednesday.
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Environmental activist's house splashed with red paint
BANTING: Environmental activist Pua Lay Peng is concerned about her family's safety after her house was splashed with red paint on Wednesday (June 26).
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Mountain of trash believed covered up
KUALA LANGAT: The mountain of garbage, mostly made-up of plastics at the infamous Jenjarom landfill near here, appears to have been cleared.
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Relocate aluminium factory, urge Kuala Langat residents
KUALA LANGAT: About 50 villagers at Sri Cheeding here held a peaceful protest in front of an aluminium smelting factory, demanding that it be closed for allegedly discharging toxic fumes.
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Residents want smelting factory relocated
KUALA LANGAT: Residents in Sri Cheeding near here are up in arms over a smelting factory which they alleged is discharging toxic fumes.
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Following complaints, aluminium company stops activities until all clear from DOE
KUALA LANGAT: Residents in Sri Cheeding near here are up in arms against an aluminium smelting factory that they allege is discharging toxic fumes.
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Global recycling in chaos over China ban
JENJAROM: From grubby packaging engulfing small South-East Asian communities to waste piling up in plants from the United States to Australia, China’s ban on accepting the world’s used plastic has plunged global recycling into turmoil.
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Report: Over 6,000 Kampung Jenjarom folk at risk of lead poisoning
KUALA LUMPUR, April 19 — More than 6,000 people in Kampung Jenjarom in Kuala Langat, Selangor are in danger of lead poisoning due to illegal dumping of the heavy metal in streams and rivers nearby.
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More needs to be done to combat plastic waste: NGO
PETALING JAYA: Half-measures such as making importers pay additional fees are not enough to address the problem of plastic waste in Malaysia.
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