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1. An Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) has contradicted Lynas' claim that its proposed permanent disposal facility (PDF) would not sit on a water catchment area.
2. Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh called for public consultations into the PDF to be halted as the land it will be on is still classified as an environmentally sensitive area.
3. PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang was discharged from the National Heart Institute (IJN) after recovering from an episode in which he was admitted due to shortness of breath.
4. Police seized two computers from Gerakbudaya as part of their probe into former attorney-general Tommy Thomas' memoir.
5. Police said a snatch theft syndicate has been earning up to RM60,000 a month by snatching gold necklaces and bracelets from women in Kuala Lumpur.
6. Police have completed their investigations into allegations that Federal Territories Minister Annuar Musa flouted MCO rules for dining-in.
7. Schools will reopen in stages starting March 1.
8. Malaysiakini breaks down the various guidelines for states under MCO, CMCO, and RMCO.