Wednesday, 21 April 2021
The latest press statement by Penang Forum: The Penang Island City Council plans to spend RM55m on an underpass connecting Mount Erskine Road to Burmah Road (crossing below Gottlieb Road). The latest hike in assessment rates would rake in RM54m...
Wishing all readers a blessed Christmas and a sustainable and Happy New Year. During one of his voyages to Penang, the great Indian Nobel laureate for literature Rabindranath Tagore reflected on the beauty of the natural world. But upon...
Politicians mistakenly believe that ordinary people are impressed with the big things – mega-projects and big-ticket announcements. But often it is the little things that matter. Take, for instance, these four different episodes that show what ordinary people have...
This statement is by Penang Hill Watch. In the first place, how were all those high-density high-rise projects approved in the Halia area of Mount Erskine. While private firms reap the profits from these projects, who pays for this by-pass...
If waterfalls can swamp the higher floors of Komtar, right in front of their noses ... ... you have to wonder how they are going to manage an elevated light rail system and precarious highways and tunnels up on steep...