Sabah Parks investigating damage to coral reefs

Sabah Parks investigating damage to coral reefs

12.9.2019

Sabah Parks investigating damage to coral reefs

A stranded cargo vessel caused serious destruction to the coral reefs at Tun Mustapha Park.

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Sabah Parks investigating damage to Tun Mustapha Park coral reefs | Malay MailKOTA KINABALU, Sept 12 — Sabah Parks views seriously the destruction of coral reefs at the Tun Mustapha Park near Kalampunian Island in Kudat waters, caused by a stranded cargo vessel. Its director Jamili Manao said the incident may have affected certain coral reef areas in the marine park and...

Sabah Parks to hold vessel owner responsible for reef destruction | The Malaysian InsightCargo ship stranded in Kalampunian Island waters on Sunday caused damage to corals there.

Malaysia, China reaffirm commitment to ‘two country, twin parks’ model | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 — Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah today made an important visit to the China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park (CMQIP), Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. 'I made an important visit to the flagship project for bilateral investment cooperation...

Pundits: Philippines trying to widen rift between Putrajaya and Sabah by claiming ownership | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, Sept 12 — A Philippines official’s remark claiming that Sabah belongs to the republic could be a calculated move to “exploit” the East Malaysian state’s strained relationship with Putrajaya, several international affairs observers have suggested. Noting that the recent claim...

Groups want remedial measures after Sabah corals damaged by cargo shipKOTA KINABALU: A cargo ship that was stranded in waters off Pulau Kalampunian off Kudat district has caused damage to corals in the area, say local tourism players and conservationists.

Presiden sebuah NGO Sabah didakwa pecah amanah | The Malaysian InsightTertuduh, Jismit Japong, 54, iaitu presiden Pertubuhan Gagasan Ekonomi Bumiputera Sabah (PGEBS) dan Mohd Hafiz Anuar, 36, yang hanya bekerja sendiri membuat pengakuan tidak bersalah selepas pertuduhan dibacakan di hadapan Hakim Abu Bakar Manat.

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