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Moving in the right direction, the local government in Penang could soon introduce car-free streets in George Town. The MPPP is planning to turn Beach Street, Bishop Street and Church Street into car-free streets from 5.00m 7.00am to...
Some 150 residents from half a dozen condominium complexes along Bayan Bay turned up this morning to register their protest against further land reclamation along Bayan Bay. http://www.flickr.com/apps/slideshow/show.swf?v=107931 S H Tan reports from the protest this morning: The Action Commitee...
Blue skies, sparkling aquablue turquoise waters enticing you to wade in... when was the last time you saw the sea and the skies in Penang looking like this? This was what Batu Ferringhi was like, just over two weeks...
Today is the last day for submitting questions for the next Penang State Assembly session in November. Activist Tan Seng Hai approached a couple of elected reps to raise a question as a matter of urgent public interest. When...
Floods have ruined 13 per cent of crop areas in Thailand, 12 per cent in Cambodia, 7.5 per cent in Laos and 6 percent in the Philippines, according to the FAO. The glut in global exports of rice...