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PENYU OH PENYU <b>DI RANTAU ABANG</b> (PELEPASAN ANAK <b>...</b>

Posted: 09 Oct 2012 02:21 PM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]SERAMAI 23 ORANG GURU DAN 10 PELAJAR KE PUSAT SANTUARY RANTAU ABANG , TERENGGANU ... KAMI BERAMAI- RAMAI MENGAMBIL GAMBAR DI SANTUARY PENYU DI RANTAU ABANG ...

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israel mengganas <b>di besut</b> - FreeZoneTerengganu

Posted: 06 Oct 2012 07:06 AM PDT

kerajaan pimpinan mat said dengan rakus meroboh rumah penduduk di besut. mat said meneruskan agenda kerja kerja jahatnya diakhir zaman pemerintahannya. samada menang atau kalah mat said bukan lagi mb terengganu.

mat said memang terkenal dengan gedebe dan mampu  menjadi samseng lebih dari along mengutip hutang. mat said dalam usaha mngekalkan kuasanya di terengganu mula mengikut telunjuk deris natang untuk merobohkan rumah penduduk yang memperolehi tanah dizaman pemerintahan PAS.

kerja kerja deris natang semasa menjadi mb adalah menghapuskan jejak jejak kebaikan pemerintahan pas untuk diingat oleh rakyat negeri terengganu. dan akhirnya mat said meneruskan kerja kerja jahat deris natang selepas merasa selesa dengan kedudukan nya sebagai mb terengganu.

rumah rumah rakyat terengganu dibesut dirobohkan semasa ketiadaan penghuni rumah. habis barangan rumah rakyat miskin. sepatutnya kerajaan yang baik memberi sedikit pampasan atau bertindak mengikut kemanusiaan bukannya mengikut perangai yahudi.

sepatutnya mat said lebih berperi kemanusiaan bukannya mengarah pejabat tanah merobohkan rumah penduduk miskin. penduduk yang menyimpan sedikit demi sedikit untuk menyelesakan hidup mereka akhirnya tumbang menyembah bumi kerana kejahatan umno haramjadah.

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30 Anggota TUDM <b>Gong Kedak</b> sertai gotong royong - TEGANUKI TA

Posted: 05 Oct 2012 10:01 PM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]30 Anggota TUDM Gong Kedak sertai gotong royong be... SEMPENA LAWATAN PM ESOK: TERENGGANU BANGUNKAN LOGI... Pusat Hemodialisis beroperasi awal tahun depan · Kerajaan cadang tempatkan doktor di Klinik 1Malays.

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Blog Felda: felda <b>jerangau</b> - Google Blog Search

Posted: 19 Oct 2012 01:06 AM PDT

Source: The Star Online

Published on 11th February, 2012 by Hanim Adnan and Edy Sarif

SUSTAINABILITY is the key to the continued success of Malaysia's thriving palm oil industry.

Currently, there is a steady trend among palm oil operators to advocate sustainability through optimal usage of natural resources and their biomass waste products.

One such company is Felda Group, Malaysia's largest plantation company, which is leading the way in "green" practices nationwide.

Felda Global's green agenda will be further enhanced going forward, says Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd group president Datuk Sabri Ahmad, who is an ardent advocate of sustainability and Blue Ocean strategy.

In June last year, he was elected a panel member of the Global Science and Innovation Advisory Committee (GSIAC), one of only four Malaysians in the select group made up of eminent scientists.

Bek-Nielsen: 'We are looking at reducing 25% of fossil fuel usage annually.'

"Green" may yet prove to be gold for Felda, Sabri tells StarBizWeekrecently.

Felda to date has 12 biogas trapping plants, two power plants, six compost plants, two mini-gasifier plants and one fuel pellet plant all utilising biomass waste as the feedstock.

Sabri says Felda will likely help to further drive the national biomass projects, which are believed to have a potential value of RM100mil.

Given its sprawling plantation assets, Felda has huge stocks of oil palm biomass waste from its estate and milling operations.

Of the 15.3 million tonnes fresh fruit bunches (FFB) which go into Felda mills annually, it amasses 3.36 million tonnes of empty fruit bunches (EFB), 1.83 million tonnes of mesocarp and 760,000 tonnes of palm shells. It gets another 6.1 million tonnes of old palm fronds from harvesting and 3,000 tonnes of oil palm trunks from replanting activities.

Felda Jerangau palm oil mill.

In addition, its mills have palm oil mill effluent (Pome) ponds which can be used to capture biogas which is then scrubbed to generate clean methane. Felda can in fact easily generate an additional income of RM35mil annually from the sale of its biomass such as palm shells and mesocarp fibre alone.

Instead, it chose to pursue renewable energy (RE) projects using the oil palm biomass waste products as feedstock to set up "green" projects which is friendly to the environment while creating additional lucrative income for the group.

In 2004, Felda built the Sahabat biomass power plant in Lahad Datu, Sabah, the first EFB-based Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project in Malaysia and, also, the first in the world that runs on 100%-treated EFB.

According to Felda Holdings Bhd head of biomass Ahmad Nor Azman Jamin, many rural sites in Sabah are not connected to the national electricity grid.

Sabri says Felda will help to further drive the national biomass projects.

"Our intention is to replace the diesel usage with EFB-resources to generate 7.2MW and also 16 tonnes of steam for Felda Global's operational facilities."

The Sahabat biomass power plant, which can produce up to 55,000 tonnes of carbon emission credits (CERs) per year, has started selling CERs to an European buyer since 2006.

Under the Government's Entry Point Project 5 (for biogas), Felda Global is also planning an additional 49 biogas capturing plants.

Of the 49 biogas plants, 35 have been designated to supply electricity which will be hooked to the national grid, says Nor Azman. He adds: "Currently, we are segregating 12 existing biogas plants, with one in Serting Hilir already hooked to the national grid."

Following the Sahabat power plant, Felda Global and Tenaga Nasional Bhd's joint-venture company, FTJ Bio Power Sdn Bhd, is building a RM120mil electricity generation plant in Jengka, Pahang .

Commencing last December, it will generate 12.5 million watts using purely EFB. The EFB feedstock is accumulated from seven out of the eight palm oil mills owned by Felda Global in Jengka.

In addition, Felda has set up a joint venture with Premium Renewable Energy Group whereby it will self-generate 6MW that the plant needs for its operations by utilising the biogas generated by surrounding mills.

Meanwhile, another staunch advocate of sustainability is United Plantations Bhd.

The Teluk Intan-based efficient oil palm plantation group has set up biomass reciprocating boiler and biogas plants.

The main goal is to supply steam and electricity power to United Plantations' mills and refineries, thus cutting down both on fossil fuel costs and the emissions of CO2, says vice-chairman and executive director (corporate affairs) Datuk Carl Bek-Nielsen.

"We are looking at reducing 25% of fossil fuel usage annually at our plantations in Perak by relying on electricity generated from our biogas plants."

He says it is the group's commitment to reduce its "carbon footprint" and therefore, its greenhouse gas emissions remain a high priority to which new initiatives and important investments will continue going forward.

United Plantations' biomass reciprocating boiler and biogas plant, since their start-up in 2006, have contributed immensely towards mitigating CO2 and methane emissions.

"We envisage that with the various initiatives undertaken since 2006, our group's carbon footprint per tonne of refineed palm oil produced will be reduced by 35% by the end of 2012 compared with the pre-2005 levels," adds Bek-Nielsen.

Currently, United Plantations has three biogas plants in the country.

He says: "Although it is costly to set up a biogas plant, the impact that we receive is really worth it."

The cost of building a biogas plant is about RM7mil and the group has invested RM20mil in its existing three plants.

Within the next one to two years, Bek-Nielsen says, United Plantations is planning to add more biogas plants in Malaysia and Indonesia.

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teganuku: Bandar Baru Bakal &#39;Hidupkan&#39; Semula Ekonomi <b>Di</b> Ajil

Posted: 17 Oct 2012 10:14 AM PDT

Bandar Baharu Ajil yang sedang dalam pembinaan dijangka mampu 'menghidupkan' semula aktiviti ekonomi di pekan itu yang dikatakan suram sejak Lebuhraya Pantai Timur (LPT) mula beroperasi akhir tahun lalu.

Anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) Ajil Datuk Rosol Wahid berkata ada peniaga mengadu perniagaan mereka merosot hingga 40 peratus apabila jalan alternatif Jerangau-Jabor tidak lagi menjadi pilihan utama pengguna yang lebih selesa menggunakan LPT.

"Bandar Baharu Ajil yang menelan belanja RM4 juta akan menjadi pusat sehenti yang menempatkan 70 lot kedai dua tingkat, medan selera, stesen bas dan teksi dijangka siap awal 2014," katanya kepada pemberita selepas menyampaikan sumbangan Tabung Amanah Masyarakat Lembaga Kemajuan Terengganu Tengah (Ketengah) di Kampung Landas di Hulu Terengganu, semalam.

Bandar Baharu Ajil itu kelak dijangka mampu menarik pelabur ke pekan ini, katanya.

Mengenai penempatan Projek Perumahan Rakyat Termiskin (PPRT) di Bukit Ara, Rosol berkata ia adalah penempatan tersusun yang mampu menampung 100 keluarga.

Pengurus Besar Ketengah Wan Mat Amin Wan Daud berkata Ketengah memperuntukkan sebanyak RM800,000 kepada 3,416 penduduk wilayah itu yang layak menerima bantuan pada tahun ini.

"Tahun ini menyaksikan peningkatan sumbangan ke dalam tabung berkenaan sebanyak RM100,000 berbanding RM700,000 yang kita serahkan kepada orang miskin pada tahun lalu.

"Sumbangan ini adalah hasil keuntungan anak-anak syarikat Ketengah dengan sumbangan terbesar adalah dari syarikat perladangan milik kami," katanya.

 Pada majlis itu, seramai 81 penduduk miskin menerima RM300 setiap orang manakala 245 anak yatim dan pelajar miskin pula menerima RM100 atau RM200 seorang.

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Batu Rakit Homestay: Tentatif Jadual Lawatan SK Gelong Gajah <b>...</b>

Posted: 09 Oct 2012 07:45 PM PDT

20 Oktober 2012 
6.00 am     Tiba dan Check in di Homestay 11

8.30 am     Sarapan Pagi

9.00 am     Bertolak Ke Muzium Negeri

11.00 am  Pulau Wan Man /Masjid Kristal

1.00 pm  Makan Tengahari dan Solat Zohor di Pantai Batu Buruk

2.30 pm   Noor Arfa Batik Chendering

5.00 pm Shopping Kompleks/ Payang Walk In / Terengganu Waterfront/Makan Malam

8.30 pm  Bertolak Pulang Ke Homestay 11 - Merentas sungai dengan bot penambang

21 Oktober

8.30 am      Sarapan Pagi

9.00 am      Ke Pasar Payang

11.00 am    Keropok Sukaramai/Keropok Losong

12.30 pm   Bertolak Pulang Ke Perak

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kejoraku bersatu...: Enam sekeluarga maut kemalangan <b>di Kemaman</b>

Posted: 10 Oct 2012 04:40 AM PDT

KEMAMAN: Seorang ibu bersama tiga anaknya adalah antara enam yang maut dalam kemalangan yang membabitkan kereta mereka dan sebuah bas ekspres di KM129.65 Jalan Kuantan-Kuala Terengganu berhampiran Meraga Beris, di sini, awal pagi tadi.
Ibu berkenaan ialah Noran Ali, 39, dan anak perempuannya, Nursyazleen Norizan, 12, Nur Syardiena, 9, dan Nurkhairatul Najiha, 4.

Dua lagi yang maut dalam tragedi kira-kira 4.30 pagi itu ialah saudara mereka iaitu Wan Aspisar Wan Abd Kadir, 43, dan Khairudi Omar, 31, yang memandu
kereta itu.

Dua anak Noran iaitu Nursakinah, 17, dan adiknya Nursyafura, 13, parah dan sedang dirawat di Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan, Kuantan, Pahang (HTAA. Timbalan Ketua Polis Daerah Kemaman, Deputi Superintendan Abdul Marlik Hakim Johar, berkata kemalangan dipercayai berlaku apabila Perodua Viva dinaiki mangsa hilang kawalan sebelum terbabas dan merempuh bas ekspres. - Bernama
Artikel ini disiarkan pada : 2012/10/10

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Ribut Rosakkan Kedai Di R & R <b>Bukit Besi</b> | MyNewsHub

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 11:13 PM PDT

DUNGUN – Fenomena pusaran angin kencang selama lima minit menyebabkan lima kedai di kawasan Rehat dan Rawat (R&R) Bukit Besi di sini, rosak teruk dalam satu kejadian petang Selasa.

Pusaran angin yang berlaku pada pukul 4.30 petang itu turut menyebabkan beberapa batang pokok besar yang menjadi tempat kegemaran pengguna jalan raya berteduh, tumbang.

Menurut seorang peniaga kedai runcit, Zainun Awang, 50, angin kencang itu menerbangkan khemah serta kerusi dan meja milik beberapa peniaga makanan di R&R berkenaan.

"Kejadian itu amat pantas disusuli hujan lebat dan mak cik ketika itu sempat melaungkan azan selepas takut menghubungi suami di rumah kerana bimbang menggunakan telefon bimbit akan disambar petir," katanya ketika ditemui Bernama, di sini Rabu.

Beliau bagaimanapun bersyukur kerana ketika kejadian tidak ramai pengunjung ada di R&R terbabit.

"Ini kejadian ribut kuat pertama yang pernah saya saksikan, malah ribut kuat yang berlaku pada 1995 pun tidak sekuat ini," katanya yang tinggal di Kampung Bukit Besi sejak kecil.

Tinjauan Bernama di tempat kejadian mendapati kesan ribut itu telah dibersihkan dan peniaga berniaga seperti biasa. – BERNAMA

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