Here is one guy's impression of what the PGCC would look like from Komtar. KL Dude has had a go on photo editor with the earlier picture of the PGCC Twin Towers posted on this blog; only this time...
From one sorry-looking tower to another two: This is what the PGCC will look like from Komtar - but please, please remember that there are going to be 38 other high-rise towers in front of the crooked twin towers! Just...
Why are Malaysians - via Petronas - providing billions of ringgit in gas subsidies to the profitable IPPs? And yet, the government is always complaining it has to pay so much in fuel subsidies for the people. What...
All that bad news about the judiciary and the shambles it is in. Yet, amidst the uproar and outrage (and rightfully so) over the Lingam tape, there was much cause for rejoicing especially in Sarawak: a sweet victory for...
Angry and disgusted: Strong views from Penangites Before the public forum this morning, organisers in the PGCC Campaign Group, a network of activists representing more than half a dozen Penang-based NGOs, were privately fretting over whether they would get a...
A reader has alerted me to a creature known as the National Policy on the Environment. It can be found on the Mida website. Just one question: do you think the PGCC complies with it - especially the bit about...
The Penang Turf Club land as it stands now (without the Penang Global City Centre) in the distance as seen from Komtar. Now you see it! (the twisted towers of the PGCC, that is). Sure looks like the mothership has landed....
Sentiment against the PGCC is clearly running high, judging from the angry and disgusted comments I have been receiving from concerned Penangites. Here's a sample of comments: Regarding the sale of the Turf Club land, the sale of the Batu Kawan...
So the latest count is 40 towers of more than 10 storeys each, higher than our earlier estimate of 37 towers. This is the count, based on the permission plan. Download the plan below by clicking on the link and...
My sources tell me that the PGCC developer's consultants said yesterday they would avoid cutting down the trees along Scotland Road but admitted that some angsana trees would have to make way for the road widening/flyover work, especially near...

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