A group of ordinary Malaysians calling themselves Malaysians for Malaysia got together in Penang a couple of nights ago under the banner #Puasa4Malaysia.
SM Mohamed Idris, the larger-than-life president of the Consumers Association of Penang and Sahabat Alam Malaysia for as long as I can remember, passed away this afternoon at the age of 93. Deepest condolences to the CAP family.
This brilliant photo by Jonathan Dexter show dolphins having a good time in Langkawi – and in a way, shows us the important of protecting our coastal waters for future generations.
Transport analyst Roger Teoh explains on air why the “PTMP” will not solve congestion in Penang.
Once again, Penangites are locked in a battle of competing online petitions as the stakes get higher. It is, gasp, our very own Endgame. Will we see three new artificial islands creating a whole new world mainly for the wealthy or can we save the present world as we know it (the precious coastline of southern Penang Island), protect our fisheries sector and stop the price of fish from soaring even further?