Wednesday, 21 April 2021
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Photos by activist Meena Raman What brilliant moonlight on this auspicious day. It takes our minds off our troubles, at least momentarily. It reminds us that the light will always pierce through the darkness. And it is also a telling reminder...
It looks as if things (fires and hill clearings) have been happening on the hills of Penang while the rest of us are under lockdown. This statement has just been released by the Tanjung Bunga Residents Association: The Tanjung Bunga...
In Part One, we looked at the failure of the Barisan Nasional government in Penang to move towards sustainable mobility.   Now, let’s look at the Pakatan Harapan’s record since 2008, when it captured power in Penang. The Penang government got...
It was bemusing to see politicians on both sides of the political divide engaged in a recent war of words about saving the Penang ferries. Both sides seemed to agree that these “‘iconic heritage ferries” should be saved or showcased...
A worrying development. Is the emergency motivated by politics or the pandemic? This is the latest statement by Aliran on the declaration of a nationwide state of emergency: Emergency smacks of Muhyiddin wanting desperately to cling on to power In the space...