Recent and archived articles by Arnold Loh
PETALING JAYA: Based on eyewitness accounts, a scuffle broke out between two rival groups at the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in USJ 25, Subang Jaya, in the wee hours.
SUBANG JAYA: Sri Maha Mariamman chief temple priest Dr Jeyakumar Subramaniam said the storming of the temple “felt like a scene out of a Tamil movie”.
PETALING JAYA: A developer has slammed the allegations linking it to the early morning attack at the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple as “malicious lies”.
GEORGE TOWN: If your car is parked on the yellow line and you put up a notice with the words “rosak” (out of order), can you stop it from being towed, clamped or fined? Possibly, yes on the island.
GEORGE TOWN: Several groups have voiced their opposition to the state government’s plans for hotels on Penang Hill despite a claim from the Chief Minister’s Office that there are no concrete proposals yet.
GEORGE TOWN: The almost unhindered import of plastic waste from around the world to Penang was the main reason state Environment Committee chairman Phee Boon Poh (pic) was given a hard time at the state assembly.’
PENANG is reviewing the cash aid given out to the underprivileged under its i-Sejahtera programme.
GEORGE TOWN: The state budget for next year, at RM1.208bil, is a lot “leaner” than previous years.
EXCLUSIVE: NIBONG TEBAL: Abandoned by owners who seem to have given up hope, many privately-owned low-cost flats on mainland Penang have become slums.
GEORGE TOWN: A pang of fear always hits single mother Julia Choong whenever she has to send her 16-year-old daughter on an errand.