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Most people agree that Penang needs transformation - but the question is what kind of transformation? While there has been some positive developments, some serious challenges remain: the inability of real wages to cope with the rising cost of...
We tend to be obsessed with FDI and economic growth rates. Many of us overlook the bits we don't see - like the depletion of natural resources, the toxic chemicals used, and the waste the corporations and consumers discard. [youtube...
A proposal for a no-car zone in the heritage enclave could be deliberated in the MPPP's next full council meeting. State exco member Lydia Ong reportedly made the suggestion to MPPP president Patahiyah Ismail, who seemed receptive to the...
The Australian press has reported that Stop Lynas activists have commissioned an independent scientific study. From The Age: An Australian adviser to one of the environmental groups, Save Malaysia, Stop Lynas, said the protesters would continue to push for...
The Tanjung Bunga Residents Association has been thwarted in its legal challenge against the state government's gazetting of Tanjung Bunga as a primary corridor for development instead of a secondary corridor. TBRA had gone to the High Court...