Serious questions are being asked about the antenna that collapsed from the Umno tower in Penang, leaving a large crater on the road below.
A 505 rally was held in Kelantan on 12 June 2013. This is the Kelantan MB Ahmad Yakob speaking at the rally at the Ketereh District Council field.
Finally, some action after this issue was raised a few years ago and brought up in Parliament – but where does it leave the long-suffering small investors?
Footage of the arrests at Sogo during a flash mob yesterday to generate publicity for the 22 June rally for electoral reforms.
Blog visitor Kevin writes about the lack of tree care in Penang. Trees along our roadsides experience a lot of stress. In comparison, how many trees in the wild on Penang Hill or in the jungles were uprooted?
A strong windstorm caused havoc in Penang this evening as trees were uprooted and a tower pole fell off the top of the state Umno building. Has Penang just received its first taste of climate change?
The Malay Mail has carried a report saying that the State Planning Committee approved the conversion of the Bukit Relau project land from hill-land to low-density residential use last year. See the Malay Mail report here.
A group of Malaysians has set up a research centre in Langkawi to increase scientific knowledge, implement conservation actions, strengthen policies, and raise awareness of marine mammals and the marine environment. This dolphin sighting was uploaded on Youtube on 25 March 2013:
Parti Sosialis Malaysia has formally applied to be admitted to Pakatan Rakyat. Should it be part of Pakatan? What do you think? Bearing in mind there could be more problems and misunderstandings between PSM and Pakatan parties in seat allocations for GE14; and weighing that against the likelihood of splitting the anti-BN votes to BN’s advantage if PSM goes it alone; but also considering that PSM is opposed to the prevailing neoliberal ideology,