The inaction over the pollution in Sungai Petani, Kedah, shows that a serious communication problem exists between MPs and their ministers in Putrajaya.
Hanoi's air quality index reading of PM2.5 the worst in the world.
The number of hot spots has declined by 78%.
This follows remarks by Johari Abdul that Persatuan Tindakan Alam Sekitar Sungai Petani never asked him for a meeting.
Around 450,000 people have joined a first-of-its-kind grouped proceeding, introduced in 2015 after the 'dieselgate' emissions cheating scandal.
Officials trying to identify the culprit responsible for causing the odour pollution of Sungai Semenyih, leading to suspension of operations at the water treatment plant.
Residents protesting against pollution have twice been rebuffed, while the executive councillor has not responded.
Air Selangor says customers in Petaling, Hulu Langat, Kuala Langat and Sepang affected.
At a gathering outside Wisma Genting, the environment NGO also handed photo evidence on their claims.
Malaysians appear to have accepted the annual haze exported by Indonesia and the indiscriminate logging of forests which will have long-term consequences.
The warning comes after air quality worsened overnight in Johan Setia, Klang, but haze levels dropped in most parts of Malaysia.
MFL working to acquire API tools so readings can be made directly at venues.
Education Ministry says all schools are reminded to follow procedures and give priority to the health of pupils and teachers.
Lackadaisical attitude towards solving haze crisis caused lack of pre-emptive measures to regulate open burning, says UKM don.
More cases of conjunctivitis, asthma and skin rashes, but the national disaster centre says easterly winds are expected today or tomorrow to blow away transboundary haze.
Kuching South city council reminds the people on measures to cope with the air pollution, with the cat statue providing an example.
Environment Department says firemen also working to put out the fire in Kampung STC Sri Aman, Jalan Tisak Betong and Jalan Ketaja, which is causing serious haze in the area.
Six companies awaiting approval with new conditions to operate only in designated industrial areas.
Meteorological Department says thunderstorms and strong winds can be expected from Tuesday until early November.
Indonesia opens clinics and ‘oxygen house’ at state hospitals to treat people suffering from respiratory illness.
Air pollution this year has been the worst since the last major haze outbreak in 2015,
Klang MP Charles Santiago says the Environmental Quality Act, if made extraterritorial, could be used on Malaysian companies operating overseas as well as those within the country.
This is an increase of 324 from the 214 schools closed earlier this morning.
Putrajaya air quality breaches "very unhealthy" mark and 99 Selangor schools to be closed as pollution worsens.