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2015/07/28 08:15
2015/07/28 08:15
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Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Tanasak Patimapragorn speaks during press conference at a hotel in Chiang Mai province on Tuesday. Thailand hit out at its longtime ally the United States...
2015/07/28 08:15
2015/07/28 08:15
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2015/07/26 01:05
2015/07/26 01:05
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THEY’RE creatures of the depths, rarely seen by human eyes. Existing images of giant squids usually depict the animals once they’re dead and washed up on a beach, a mess of bleached, gelatinous...
2015/07/26 00:49
2015/07/26 00:49
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GEORGE TOWN: Twelve Indone­sians in two fishing vessels were detained by the marine police near Pulau Kendi for fishing in Malaysian waters illegally. The two tekongs and 10 crew members, who are in...
2015/07/24 21:23
2015/07/24 21:23
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The company whose truck spilled 33,000 litres of jet fuel into Lemon Creek during a firefighting operation in the summer of 2013 is suing the provincial government and Transwest Helicopters Ltd. for...
2015/07/22 13:34
2015/07/22 13:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAAccountability Now may seek to lay charges against President Jacob Zuma and Justice Minister Michael Masutha for corruption. File photo: Leon Nicholas Cape Town - A civil society...
2015/07/17 21:26
2015/07/17 21:26
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From propagating coral reefs in nurseries to protecting species like sea turtles, the Association of Reef Keepers is involved in helping coral reefs on multiple levels, ARK Managing Director Dr....
2015/07/17 12:56
2015/07/17 12:56
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The company whose truck spilled 33,000 litres of jet fuel into Lemon Creek during a firefighting operation in the summer of 2013 is suing the provincial government and Transwest Helicopters Ltd. for...
2015/07/16 12:39
2015/07/16 12:39
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A lemon shark and a blacktip reef shark. Credit: Peter Verhoog/Dutch Shark Society Reef sharks at Ningaloo are largely home bodies but female blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus), might be...
2015/07/16 09:29
2015/07/16 09:29
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A man arrested on allegations of illegal fishing in the Zandlvei estuary in Cape Town is due to appear in court following his release on bail. The man was arrested on July 10 after he was allegedly...
2015/07/16 05:05
2015/07/16 05:05
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PATRICIA Kailis remembers getting her first string of pearls from her parents for her 21st birthday, long before her life would become entwined with WA’s modern pearling history. “When I was 21, I...
2015/07/15 23:15
2015/07/15 23:15
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Related Stories Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Pitipong Phuengboon Na Ayudhaya is considering buying illegal fishing boats docked at ports due to stiff measures against illegal...
2015/07/15 19:26
2015/07/15 19:26
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The words “sea turtle conservation” never meant much to Max Miller. Last week, however, the 22-year-old helped hand-capture a 30-pound endangered green sea turtle so that it could be tagged and...
2015/07/15 19:26
2015/07/15 19:26
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Work began last Thursday on a project to expand and redevelop Nanny Cay Resort and Marina, but it was temporarily halted on Tuesday by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Labour due to environmental...
2015/07/15 10:34
2015/07/15 10:34
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EVEN 3000 new Queensland Government jobs promised in the State Budget is not enough to solve unemployment woes. Treasurer Curtis Pitt said unemployment was expected to remain about 6% over the coming...
2015/07/15 02:25
2015/07/15 02:25
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Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents cited five Louisiana men last weekend for alleged red snapper violations. Agents identified the men as Darren Bartlett, 50,...
2015/07/14 19:34
2015/07/14 19:34
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THERE was no sign of the $150 million annual savings promised through mergers of Queensland's power assets, nor the subsequent dividends to pay down the state's $45.8 billion debt, in this State...
2015/07/14 14:26
2015/07/14 14:26
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Despite regular cleaning efforts by the Public Works Department, pedestrians walking by the Queen Elizabeth II Park are accustomed to seeing trash floating in a nearby ghut. Last week, it was worse...
2015/07/13 01:26
2015/07/13 01:26
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Commercial fishermen create new peak body to fight fisheries reform in New South Wales Commercial fishermen gathered at the Bermagui Fisherman's Co-Op on the far south coast to hear from a new peak...
2015/07/09 19:07
2015/07/09 19:07
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Yahya (second left) distributes the bubuk lambuk at Wisma Pertanian while Yeo (left) looks on. KOTA KINABALU: Relevant departments under the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry are assessing...
2015/07/09 18:38
2015/07/09 18:38
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Tripura Govt, Tata Trusts sign MoU towards community development in state The Government of Tripura and Tata Trusts launched their strategic partnership on Thursday by signing a Memorandum of...
2015/07/28 08:15
2015/07/28 08:15
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