They say requests to meet the chief minister ignored.
The Malaysian Palm Oil Board says 50% of oil palm plantations have already been certified.
Uber wants to do more to help drivers and their families build towards their future with the loyalty programme.
The 14-point infographic says data and reports show Lynas' operations is safe and not renewing the licence would have three major consequences.
Yeo Bee Yin also says the company has not made any formal application for a site to locate a permanent disposal facility yet.
However, he promises to look into concerns over the renewal of the plant's licence.
CEO Amanda Lacaze says the company will speed up planning and construction of a permanent deposit facility for water leach purification residue.
Fuziah Salleh says Kuantan citizens will be exposed to radioactive waste for another four years until a cracking and leaching facility is built outside Malaysia.
Cabinet ministers Lim Guan Eng and Yeo Bee Yin decline to reveal outcome of three-hour talks over operations of rare earths plant.
One of the options the company is considering is to ‘rehabilitate’ disused mining pools with the WLP residue from its plant in Pahang.
Lynas and Malaysia have been locked in a dispute for eight months over removal of low-level radioactive waste produced by the company.
Deputy Transport Minister Kamarudin Jaafar says there is no plan to extend the July 12 deadline.
The rare earths mining company says it is disappointed as the caucus has made ‘many incorrect assertions’ about the plant’s operation.
The Perak Health Department has found that out of the 860 machines in the state, only 61 have licences.
Buckingham Palace says Philip - formally known as the Duke of Edinburgh - took the decision on his own after rolling over his Land Rover last month.
The operating licence was suspended by the ministry on Nov 5 last year when almost all of the resident specialists resigned.
Several NGOs and individuals say now that the minister has spoken, Lynas should remove its wastes and abide by the new conditions imposed on the plant's operation.
The Australian rare earths miner says its licence conditions explicitly state that export should only be considered for residue if there are no other options.
Lynas says it will release a press statement soon as Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh welcomes Putrajaya's new licensing conditions for the rare earths plant.
Pique was stopped by municipal police in Barcelona as part of a routine check and was found to be driving without any points on his licence.
The Road Transport Department says within an hour, 80 of 112 foreign drivers inspected during an operation were found to be driving without a licence.
The deputy minister will chair a 10-member committee to examine operations at the site in Kuantan, and whether it met regulatory requirements when it was set up.
The move comes a day after Putrajaya said the decision to take action against illegal tahfiz schools lay with local authorities.
Iliad shares were up by around 4.5% in early session trading, making the stock one of the top performers on the broader Paris stock market.