Thursday's explosion in the eastern city of Yancheng injured hundreds and flattened an industrial park.
Ocean Infinity has yet to put forward a fresh proposal for a new search using new technology, says Transport Minister Loke Siew Fook.
These five items include a part from a Boeing 777 floor panel, according to group spokesman Blaine Gibson.
Transport Minister Loke Siew Fook says he will meet families who claim they have found more pieces of the missing plane.
They say they will meet the transport minister on Friday to hand over the newly discovered debris.
Stretched out along the dock was a growing collection of items plucked from the sea -- single shoes, torn pieces of clothing, wallets and bags scattered among aircraft seats stripped of their blue covers by the sheer impact of the crash.
The concern was for people who ignored evacuation orders ahead of the storm and stayed put in communities that were demolished by Michael's ferocity on Wednesday.
They complain report is only in English and there is little new information on disappearance of plane.
ABC news network says no debris has turned up in Australia, as it should have if the plane had crashed in the original search area.
Wilfred Madius Tangau says SOPs are in place to deal with foreign debris entering country’s space.
Journalist slams ATSB over report which she says seems to have been made as part of an exercise in media management, with misleading points and weak references.
Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai warns however that it is too early to tell if the debris had indeed come from the plane.
Blaine Alan Gibson says whether Houssenaly Zahid Raza's death was related to MH370, his consular capacity or other business or personal matters is premature.
DCA director-general Azharuddin Abdul Rahman says the matter is under investigation.
Aussie daily says Houssenaly Zahid Raza was tasked with ensuring that the MH370 debris was safely delivered to Malaysia.
They say military satellite images show 70 identifiable objects floating in ocean two weeks after the tragedy.
The wall of a house collapses, killing a baby after a female driver mistakenly steps on the accelerator pedal of her car and slams into the wall.
Civil aviation authority says one of the pieces could be part of an engine cover.
Two new pieces of plane debris have also been recovered, adding the total to 27, says minister.
Police seize material from freelancer Michel Spekkers that include "various bags with metal parts and an object which may be human remains".
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) expert has confirmed that the drifting pattern of the debris shows that the search going on for the plane is in the right area.
Chinese relatives want authorities to explore the idea that their loved ones are being kept alive somewhere for some reason.
DCA says the debris will be sent for examination and analysis to determine if they originated from flight MH370.
Potential clues have been left untouched for weeks, with no prospect of them being gathered and examined.
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