My Sinchew/ Controversial Lynas project

Lynas completes capital raising exercise

Just one third of new shares offered by troubled rare earths miner Lynas Corporation Ltd in an effort to raise A$71 million have been taken up by its shareholders.


Low level of radioactive waste from Lynas: IAEA team

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) experts have concluded that the Lynas rare earth processing facility near Kuantan generates very low level radioactive waste.


Police nab 16 demonstrators at Lynas factory

The police detained 14 men and two women in connection with a demonstration in front of the rare earth factory, Lynas Advance Materials Plant in Gebeng near here today.


Pahang assemblymen visit Lynas plant

For the first time, all 42 members of the Pahang State Legislative Assembly visited the Lynas Corporation Ltd (Lynas) rare earth plant in Gebeng, near here yesterday.


Lynas plant adheres to legal requirements: deputy minister

Rare earths processing plant, Lynas has complied with the legal requirements set by the Department of Environment (DOE) and the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) during its temporary operating licence (TOL) period.


Lynas radiation within permitted levels

The radiation level at the rare earth Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) in Gebeng has been verified as being within the levels permitted by local and international standards, 11 months after it first began operation.


First phase of Lynas materials plant to run at full capacity by year-end

Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd has target the first phase of its advanced materials plant in Kuantan, Pahang, to operate at full capacity by year-end.


Deputy Science, Technology and Innovation Minister: PDF to be set at Lamp

The highly concerned permanent disposal facility (PDF) of Lynas Advance Material Plant (Lamp) would be located at its plant in Gebeng Industrial Park near Kuantan, Deputy Science, Technology and Innovation Datuk Dr Abu Bakar Mohamad Diah said.


One bad choice leads to another

As one bad choice leads to another, since the government has opened the door for the crisis-ridden industry, it must face its potential sequelae. Today, the government is trapped in a waste disposal crisis.


Demand for rare earths to pick up: Lynas

Lynas Corp expects demand for its rare earth products to pick up soon due to the current low price and lack of inventories among industry players.