Kuantan-born Phua Kai Lit, a public health professor, shares with us why Lynas Corp should not be granted an extension to its temporary operating licence for its rare earth refinery in Gebeng (full article below):
A message from Pulau Tikus Adun Yap Soo Huey. Please try and attend if you can:
As part of our commitment towards creating a safer and friendlier community in Pulau Tikus, my office has been organising a series of dialogues every Sunday since 27 July.
I would like to bring your attention to the workshop this Sunday – “Universal Accessibility”. This workshop will help participants to understand the difficulties of people with disabilities in using our buildings, sidewalks and other public infrastructure. This will also help us make our surroundings safer and more comfortable for elderly, children and families. (more…)
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