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Over the last few days, we have heard that RM300m in federal funding is needed to dredge Penang port. But what is causing this siltation and should public funds be used to once again deepen the port? The North...
If Copenhagen can allow pedestrians, cyclists and others to reclaim the streets from cars, why not Penang? [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59-roEQZWOY?rel=0&w=470&h=269] It's not rocket science. Note there was initial scepticism and cynicism when the plans were car-free areas were first announced. Many said...
Update (14 March 2012): From what I hear through the grapevine, these outlandish plans for Penang Hill have been scrapped and a low-key design will probably be adopted. Hopefully, good sense has prevailed. 12 September 2011: Why can't they...
A revealing documentary on Lynas Corporation's plan to build a rare earth refinery near Kuantan, followed by a debate between a BN (MIC) MP and a Pakatan (PKR) MP. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jpTMUQJ1-A&w=450&h=285] The big question - one not answered satisfactorily -...
The controversy over the ill-conceived car park near the Penang Hill railway station continues. The Penang Hill Car Park Nightmare: If you like the Leaning Arches of Botanic Garden box-office flop, watch this. PDC Akan Memberikan Laporan Penuh Kepada...