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Property overhang in Penang higher than London’s?


Much concern in London over the wrong kind of housing being built: London’s stock of unsold homes soared to 2,374 at 30 September 2018 from 1,595 at the end of 2017. That’s the highest on record.

Learn from Pakatan Harapan’s defeat in Cameron Highlands

What are the lessons to be learned from the Cameron Highlands parliamentary by-election defeat for Pakatan Harapan today?

Najib’s disastrous legacy: Suffocating federal government debt


Of late, former Prime Minister Najib Razak has been trying hard to re-invent himself – singing on social media, riding pillion on a superbike, being seen eating out in public places – especially in the run-up to the Cameron Highlands by-election on 26 January 2019.

But Malaysians should not forget the legacy of his administration so easily. Take a look at these latest figures:

The ‘war’ on trees

This tree made me marvel at the resilience of Nature. It was one among a row of trees that were hacked down to make way for thoughtless road-widening.

Jakarta bus rapid transit consultant creates a stir in Penang

A funny thing happened in Penang last week. Think City organised a talk by Yoga Adiwinarto, the Indonesia country director of the Institute of Transport and Development Planning (ITDP), on 16 January – with unexpected results.