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Wildfires destroy wide swaths of Johor forests
JOHOR BARU: The wildfires caused by open burning has destroyed about 48ha of forest area in Johor.
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Johor plans to upgrade culverts
JOHOR BARU: Only two out of six culvert outlets at the Causeway here are still operational while the remaining four are covered as they are located underneath a foreign workers complex, said Johor state executive councillor Mohd Solihan Badri.
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Works on Pan Borneo Highway project to take off by Sept
TAWAU (July 23): Implementation of works on the Pan Borneo Highway project which have been handed over to the state government will begin latest by September with the set up of a management team, said...
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Works on Pan Borneo Highway project to take off by Sept
TAWAU (July 23): Implementation of works on the Pan Borneo Highway project which have been handed over to the state government will begin latest by September with the set up of a management team, said...
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Land reclamation project could put coastal areas in danger, says expert
GEORGE TOWN: Rising sea levels could put land reclamation in danger if there are no provisions to increase the levels of artificial islands above the current sea level.
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JKR paid twice for ECER land acquisition - PAC report
PAC REPORT | The Works Department (JKR) was found to have accidentally paid twice for the land acquisition for the East Coast Economic Region Development (ECER) in Pahang, according to the Auditor-Gen...
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Sarawak assembly reps did not keep RTP funds – Dr Annuar
Dr Annuar Rapaee – File photo SIBU: State legislative assembly members have not kept RM5 million in cash which had been allocated under the Rural Transformation Programme (RTP) as alleged by certai...
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Sarawak assembly reps did not keep RTP funds: Annuar
SIBU: State legislative assembly members have not kept RM5 million in cash which had been allocated under the Rural Transformation Programme (RTP) as alleged by certain quarters said Education and Tec...
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We didn’t keep RM5 mil, says Sarawak rep on rural programme fund
SIBU: State legislative assembly members have not kept RM5 million in cash allocated to them under the Rural Transformation Programme (RTP) as alleged by certain quarters, said Assistant Education and...
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SK Chuping building safe for occupation: Education director
KANGAR (June 14): The Sekolah Kebangsaan Chuping school building near here, has been confirmed to be safe for occupation, said Perlis Education director, Izmi Ismail.
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Rain causes two landslides at Cameron Highlands
Continuous rain caused landslides to occur at two different areas in Cameron Highlands on Saturday morning.Cameron Highlands police chief Deputy Superintendant Ashari Abu Samah said the first incident...
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Landslides at Cameron Highlands following heavy rain
CAMERON HIGHLANDS: Two landslide incidents occurred here early this morning, but no casualties were reported, said Cameron Highlands police chief DSP Ashari Abu Samah.
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Cops: Landslides at Cameron Highlands following heavy downpour, no casualties reported
CAMERON HIGHLANDS, May 25 ― Two landslide incidents occurred here early this morning, but no casualties were reported, said Cameron Highlands police chief  DSP Ashari Abu Samah.
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Nadma on Keramat Permai Flats case: It is not a disaster, it’s an untoward incident
National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma) director-general Datuk Mohtar Mohd Abd Rahman said the Keramat Permai Flats case was not a disaster but an untoward incident.Speaking to reporters on Monday...
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Taman Keramat Permai resident: I could see kitchen of unit below
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A resident of Block F in the Taman Keramat Permai Flats said he could see the kitchen of the unit below through the cracks in the floor of his upstairs neighbour.
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Cracks in building force Keramat Permai flat occupants to be evacuated
KUALA LUMPUR (April 27): A total of 222 occupants of Block F at Taman Keramat Permai Flat here, were forced to evacuate their homes after cracks were found in the building since noon yesterday.
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Cracks in building force flat occupants to evacuate
A total of 222 occupants of Block Flat Taman Keramat Permai Flat in Kuala Lumpur were forced to evacuate their homes after cracks were found in the building since noon today.
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Cracks in building force Keramat Permai flat occupants to evacuate
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A total of 222 occupants of Block F at Taman Keramat Permai Flat here, were forced to evacuate their homes after cracks were found in the building since noon on Friday (April 26).
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Cracks in building force Keramat Permai Flat occupants to evacuate
KUALA LUMPUR, April 27 — A total of 222 occupants of Block F at Taman Keramat Permai Flat here, were forced to evacuate their homes after cracks were found in the building since noon yesterday.
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Cracks in building force Keramat Permai flat occupants to be evacuated
KUALA LUMPUR (April 26): A total of 222 occupants of Block F at Taman Keramat Permai Flat here, were forced to evacuate their homes after cracks were found in the building since noon today.
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PM okayed cancellation of PDP model for Borneo highway, says Guan Eng
KOTA KINABALU: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has confirmed that the project delivery partner (PDP) model for the Pan Borneo Highway will be scrapped, saying the move was approved by the prime minister...
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There’s logging close to Ahning Dam also, says NGO
ALOR SETAR: An NGO vocal against the des­truc­­­­­­tion of natural re­­­sour­ces has raised concerns over logging in Bukit Keramat, near the Ahning Dam’s buffer zone.
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Government will take over Pan Borneo Highway, says Sabah CM
KOTA KINABALU, March 21 — The Pan Borneo Highway project will continue without the participation of the private sector, said Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal.
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PAS asks for Putrajaya's help after abandoning crowd-funded highway
The PAS-led Kelantan government has requested for Putrajaya to restart the "Lebuhraya Rakyat" (people's highway) project which the state government had previously tried to build with the help of publi...
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Putrajaya gives RM100 million to repair 32 Sarawak schools
PUTRAJAYA: The Ministry of Education has allocated RM100 million to rebuild 32 dilapidated schools in Sarawak this year.
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Education Ministry allocates RM100m for dilapidated schools in S’wak
The Education Ministry has allocated RM100 million to assist 32 schools in Sarawak for this year.
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Education Ministry allocates RM100m for dilapidated schools in Sarawak
PUTRAJAYA, Feb 2 — The Education Ministry (MOE) has allocated RM100 million to assist 32 schools in Sarawak for this year.
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Bypass being planned to reduce Cameron Highlands’ traffic congestion
TANAH RATA: The Cameron Highlands District Council (MDCH) plans to build an elevated bypass as an alternative route for visitors to get to the popular tourist destination.
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MOE refutes claims DLP textbooks procurement done through direct negotiations
PUTRAJAYA: The Ministry of Education (MOE) has refuted claims that the procurement of the Dual Language Programme (DLP) textbooks was through direct negotiations.
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