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About a year ago, news filtered through that the MPPP was revising the plot ratios for new projects and higher densities of 87 units/acre would be allowed. See my blog entry dated 5 October 2010. Now this is much higher...
The Penang government plans to hand over more super-prime sea-front land to corporations as part of a swap deal to finance the controversial proposed RM5-8bn 6.5km tunnel from Gurney Drive to Bagan Ajam. The state government has to...
They didn't give you the real picture about the Fukushima meltdown from the start. Now our environment - the seas and the air - is being contaminated. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XT6ZCxzW8K4?rel=0&w=470&h=285] Brought to you by the wonders of boiling water (to generate...
A dead dolphin was spotted washed up on the shore in Butterworth on Sunday. Blog reader Batu Ferringhian suggests another reason why dolphins are dying: Saw a lot of dolphins swimming in Batu Ferringhi yesterday evening around 7.00pm and...
... take some time to read environmentalist Dr Leong Yueh Kwong's thoughtful response to the draft Special Area Plan for the Garden. Yueh Kwong was formerly the chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Penang Botanic Garden and...