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Australia’s First Foreign-Born Foreign Minister Travels to Malaysia on Homecoming Visit

Voa News 01 Jul 2022
Australia’s first foreign-born foreign minister, Penny Wong, is in Malaysia -- the country of her birth -- for talks on security and instability in Myanmar ... “I think the Asian nations are really good at understanding Australia’s multicultural nature,” he said ... born in Malaysia.
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Garnier Malaysia Launches Nationwide School Education Programme Under Its Green Beauty Initiative

Malaysian National News Agency 30 Jun 2022
Garnier Malaysia Launches Nationwide School Education Programme Under Its Green Beauty Initiative ... KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, June 29 (Bernama) -- Garnier Malaysia today announced the launch and kick-start of its nationwide school education programme as part of their green initiative under their Green Beauty campaign.
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Researchers publish 'Guide to the Tadpoles of Borneo'

Phys Dot Org 30 Jun 2022
Dr ... Dr. Indraneil Das (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, UNIMAS). Two years later, the team received funding from the Volkswagen Foundation to continue fieldwork in the states of Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysia as well as support from Dr. Stefan S. Hertwig of the Natural History Museum Bern ... This intensive work led to many discoveries ... Haas invited Prof ... ....
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Tajuddin Rahman can join PAS - Takiyuddin

Malaysian National News Agency 28 Jun 2022
... said the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, after closing the Mountain Guide Course, organised by the Forestry Department of Peninsular Malaysia, here today.
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This site lets you listen to nature sounds from all over the world

The Verge 24 Jun 2022
The site, Earth.fm , bills itself as “Like Spotify, but for natural soundscapes.” You can listen to bird species in Malaysia or India or forest sounds in ...
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Filling in the blanks on soil and pesticides

The Irish Times 23 Jun 2022
That’s a long story! I am an analytical chemist and I grew up in Sabah in Malaysia – it is one of the States in the Borneo Islands. For my master’s research I looked at the properties of natural rainforest soils in Sabah versus soil in neighbouring land that was used for palm plantations.
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Petronas Gas awards EPCC contract to Carimin Engineering, I Drill Pipelines

Malaysian National News Agency 22 Jun 2022
... lateral pipeline and metering station to supply natural gas to a paper-making plant, ND Paper Malaysia (Selangor) Sdn Bhd, in Banting Industrial City, Selangor.
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Agri Picks Report: Geojit

Moneycontrol 17 Jun 2022
... Malaysia said in a release.
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Only 40% of Malay youth would vote if GE15 is held now, study finds

Malaysia Today 17 Jun 2022
(Malaysia Now) – Only 40% of Malay youth in the country would turn out to vote if the 15th general election (GE15) is held in the near future, research by an independent pollster shows ... Ibrahim said many Malay youth were also sceptical of the political process and saw politicians as “transactional” in nature.
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China Claims New Technical Tool; Analysts Suspect Dual Military Use

Beijing News 17 Jun 2022
Beijing claims about 90% of the 3.5 million-square-kilometer South China Sea as its own, clashing with the claims of Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Taiwan. Asian governments value the sea for oil, natural gas, shipping lanes and fisheries ... Malaysia Buying Chinese Ships to Protect its Waters From China, Others.
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Japan logs 2.38 tril. yen goods trade deficit in May, 2nd largest ever

Kyodo 16 Jun 2022
Imports were boosted by higher prices of energy resources, such as petroleum from the United Arab Emirates, coal from Australia, and liquefied natural gas from Australia and Malaysia, a ministry official said. Photo shows liquified natural gas tanks at Inpex Corp.'s onshore processing facility in Darwin, Australia. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo ... ....
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Good news on blocking a virus considered a global threat

Technology Org 16 Jun 2022
Scientists have reported good news on the pandemic preparedness front ... The flying fox, a bat species, is considered the viruses’ natural host. The very similar pathogens, discovered in the 1990s in Australia and Malaysia, respectively, cause severe respiratory symptoms and brain inflammation that lead to death in up to 95% of those infected ... Source.
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Malaysia's natural rubber production falls 20 pct in April

China.dot.org 15 Jun 2022
KUALA LUMPUR, June 15 (Xinhua) -- Malaysia's natural rubber production dropped by 20 percent in April to 22,498 tonnes as compared to 28,106 tonnes in the previous month, mainly attributed to wintering, official data showed Wednesday ... Exports of Malaysia's ...
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Natural rubber production slips 20% in April

The Star 15 Jun 2022
KUALA LUMPUR. Malaysia’s natural rubber (NR) production decreased by 20 per cent to 22,498 tonnes in April 2022 compared with 28,106 tonnes in March, said the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DoSM). Read full story ... .
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34.275 mln trees planted under Greening Malaysia campaign - Takiyuddin

Malaysian National News Agency 14 Jun 2022
34.275 mln trees planted under Greening Malaysia campaign - Takiyuddin. Energy and Natural Resources Minister Datuk Seri Takiyuddin Hassan speaking at the opening ceremony of the 19th Malaysia Forestry Conference here today.

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