Monday, October 17, 2011

Buddy Up and get rewarded with fantastic prizes worth more than RM55,000!

Buddy Up and get rewarded with fantastic prizes worth more than RM55,000!: Great Eastern is celebrating 103 years and we want to make life great not just for you, but for your buddies too! ‘Cos we know buddies are awesome. Now, they can even help you walk away with great getaway adventures. Best of all, you can bring your buddies with you!Just Buddy Up with as many friends as possible to walk away with fantastic prizes worth more than RM55,000. The more buddies you have, the greater your chances of being rewarded. So Buddy Up now! You’ve only got till 4 December 2011.

Transform Your Home with RM30,000 worth of prizes.

Transform Your Home with RM30,000 worth of prizes.: Take part and stand to win up to RM30,000 worth of fabulous home appliances, vouchers for paint and tiles, plus the Curve Touch 'n Go Card! Visit The Curve and take part now, contest is from 30th Sept - 31 Oct 2011

Save wildlife, report crimes to the Wildlife Crime Hotline!

Save wildlife, report crimes to the Wildlife Crime Hotline!: You’re on a leisurely day out, strolling along a street in Malaysia... Suddenly – “Hallo, nak beli gigi harimau? Kuku harimau? Kalau pakai banyak ‘ong’!”
You’re stunned for a moment… people are still killing our wild tigers just because of superstitious beliefs? What can you do to stop this?
Call the 24-hour Wildlife Crime Hotline* 019 356 4194 and help the authorities put tiger traders behind bars! Reports are instantly channelled to them for action!
The tiger in the above scenario could very possibly be replaced by tortoises, pangolins, bears, leopards, orang utans and more, but the number to call is the same.
Imagine thousands, or even millions of Malaysians keeping their eyes out for illegal activities, whether in markets, pet shops, restaurants, or even on the internet!! Where will all the baddies hide?
Under the new Wildlife Conservation Act 2010, criminals face much higher penalties, for example convicted tiger poachers / traders / consumers will be fined minimum RM100,000 and jailed up to five years.
*The hotline is only applicable in Peninsular Malaysia.
What information is needed?**


What crime took place? (poaching, smuggling, selling, keeping as a pet)
Where did it happen? (address, shop name, landmarks)
When did it take place? (date & time)

**Images or video footage may assist investigations
It's time to be on the prowl for wildlife traders!