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YTL Hotels, Tuesday 29 April 2014

Gaya Island Resort's turtle number four's health steadily improving, named 'Ninja' in competition

Gaya Island Resort Marine Centre’s latest patient, Turtle Number Four was named ‘Ninja’ in a 10-day contest that included past, current and future guests of the resort. The juvenile Green Turtle was rescued on April 4th, 2014 when the Wildlife Rescue Unit’s Dr. Nathan Sen contacted the re...


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Business Times, Monday 28 April 2014

Doing more to consume less

Ruth Yeoh, Executive Director, YTL Singapore Pte Ltd


ENVIRONMENTAL responsibility in industrial, commercial and large-scale manufacturing entities not only serve to influence the behaviour of others and set new benchmarks but also have a very real impact in materially reduc...


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sgtravellers, Thursday 24 April 2014

Lessons On Marine Life

Dave Fox befriends a rescued sea turtle and learns about the sex lives of fishes on Gaya Island in Sabah.



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Forum For The Future, Thursday 10 April 2014

''Being an environmentalist isn't a choice'', says Ruth Yeoh, YTL

"One is an environmentalist whether one likes it or not." So says Ruth Yeoh, Executive Director for YTL Singapore, Director at YTL's in-house carbon credit and clean development mechanism (CDM) consultancy, and winner of the inaugural Singapore En...


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Singapore, Thursday 10 April 2014

YTL Corp wins Gold award for Best Workplace Practices at Global CSR Awards 2014

YTL Corporation Berhad was presented with the Gold Award for "Best Workplace Practices" adding to their accolades. YTL Group's previous wins at the Global CSR Award include Bronze award for Product Excellence in 2012 (YTL Communications), Silver A...


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Gaya Island Resort, Tuesday 8 April 2014

Gaya Island Resort’s Turtle Hotline In Action

On the evening of April 4th Gaya Island Resort’s Turtle Hotline number received a report that there was a distressed Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) confiscated from a fisherman in the Papar Area. In Sabah sea turtles are listed as a schedule 1 totally protected species with RM 50,000 in fine...


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Borneo Post, Tuesday 8 April 2014

Confiscated turtle recovering at marine centre

A Green Sea Turtle which was confiscated from a fisherman in Papar, is now recovering at Gaya Island Resort Marine Centre. The Wildlife Rescue Unit coordinated the transfer of the turtle to Gaya Is...


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