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‘Frustrated’ Lynas rules out compensation battle with Malaysia, says report

The Australian Financial Review says the rare earths producer has no appetite for 'additional conflict with the government'.

Lesen Lynas diperbaharui berdasar pendapat pakar dan fakta, kata Redzuan

Kerajaan memberi jaminan bahawa kilang Lynas di Gebeng adalah selamat selagi syarat yang ditetapkan dilaksanakan.

Penduduk tempatan yakin Lynas penuhi syarat kerajaan

Pada 15 Ogos, kerajaan melanjutkan lesen operasi Lynas, yang sepatutnya tamat September ini, kepada 6 bulan dengan beberapa syarat tambahan.

Kementerian sedia bantu kerajaan Pahang cari tapak sesuai pelupusan sisa Lynas,...

Kabinet baru-baru ini melanjutkan lesen operasi kilang memproses nadir bumi Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd (Lynas) di Gebeng, Kuantan.

Lynas gets green light to continue operating

The Atomic Energy Licensing Board issues a 6-month licence to the rare earths plant with several conditions.

Selepas khat, DAP panggil pemimpin bincang isu Lynas pula

Lesen operasi kilang pemprosesan Lynas di Gebeng, Kuantan perlu diperbaharui bulan depan.

Enough of politicising Lynas, say residents

They say the environment has not been affected and the plant provides jobs to locals.

Dulu saya juga tentang Lynas, kata Adun PAS Beserah

Penentangan sebelum ini berdasarkan 'rujukan' sejarah di Bukit Merah, Perak dan kemalangan nuklear di Fukushima, Jepun.

Pekerja Lynas buat salat hajat setiap minggu sejak 2018

Salat hajat yang diadakan setiap Khamis di kilang di Gebeng itu memohon supaya operasi Lynas yang patuh keselamatan dan undang-undang dapat diteruskan.

Lynas looking at disused mines to dispose waste

One of the options the company is considering is to ‘rehabilitate’ disused mining pools with the WLP residue from its plant in Pahang.

Kumpulan anti-Lynas mahu jumpa PM berhubung operasi syarikat nadir bumi

Lynas merupakan satu-satunya pengeluar penting nadir bumi di luar negara China.

Aktivis tidak yakin Lynas mampu atasi masalah sisa radioaktif

Dr Mahathir Mohamad berkata, kerajaan akan membenarkan kilang Lynas terus beroperasi kerana ia merupakan 'pelaburan Australia yang besar'

Activist doubts if Lynas can resolve waste problem

'Stop Lynas' campaigner says the company may not find it economically viable to comply with regulations.

Lynas licence to be renewed, says PM

Dr Mahathir Mohamad says the licence for the plant in Gebeng, Kuantan, will be renewed.

Lynas shares jump as it unveils RM1.4 bil growth plan

Shares in Lynas surge as much as 16% to a 6-month high on the Australian stock market.

Ahli Parlimen PAS gesa anggota Kabinet bertenang berhubung isu Lynas

Baru-baru ini Kementerian Sains, Teknologi Alam Sekitar dan Perubahan Iklim berkata, kerajaan menubuhkan satu pasukan petugas bagi memudah cara penghantaran balik sisa Lynas ke Australia.

Dakwaan Lynas boleh akibatkan insiden Sungai Kim Kim tidak berasas

Kumpulan anti Lynas, SMSL, membangkitkan kebimbangan berhubung kemungkinan rizab bakau Sungai Balok akan dicemari sisa buangan Lynas.

Lynas confident of licence renewal after committee’s ‘positive’ findings

CEO Amanda Lacaze assures that Lynas's business is safe for the people and environment.

70% kebakaran hutan di Gebeng berjaya dipadam

Strategi membina empangan dan menaikkan paras air di kawasan kejadian berjaya mengawal api daripada merebak, sekali gus membantu memadam kebakaran.

Imported phosphate fertilisers just as radioactive as Lynas wastes, says expert

Dr Looi Hoong Wah also says the phosphate fertiliser which could be obtained from Lynas' residue is superior to the phosphate fertiliser that Malaysia imports.

Lynas: Kami rugi jika tutup kilang kerana latih ratusan dalam R&D

Kilang memproses nadir bumi itu berkata, mereka sedia berbincang dan meneliti cadangan pihak berkaitan untuk membolehkan ia terus beroperasi di Gebeng, Pahang.

We trained hundreds in R&D, a loss if we’re shut, says...

The rare earth processing plant says it is ready to negotiate so that its plant in Gebeng is allowed to continue operations.

Lynas to implement recommendations of govt review committee

Lynas CEO says the firm will undertake safety measures as recommended by the committee and continue to improve its business and provide employment to Malaysians.

Lynas boss welcomes visitors to its Gebeng plant

Amanda Lacaze says the company has been misunderstood, leading to people making the wrong conclusion.

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