Recent and archived articles by Dominic Lim
THE Penang Pesta parking lot in Sungai Nibong was crammed with school buses and taxis as 2,343 taxi drivers and 656 school bus operators gathered to collect their RM300 incentive from the state government.
RETIREE Yong Swee Leong, 67, could not contain his excitement after getting a free haircut for the coming Chinese New Year.
FOR four hours a day, three days a week, people with kidney failure must diligently undergo dialysis treatment to have a normal life.
PENANG’S plague fighter and an Indian poet will be immortalised as murals by an artist from Britain.
THE Thaipusam celebration is never complete without the thaneer panthals (refreshment stalls) operated by volunteers happily distributing free food and drinks.
GEORGE TOWN: This year’s Thaipusam celebration was a subdued affair with a smaller crowd coming out to greet the two chariots.
PETALING JAYA: Several politicians are on the radar as anti-graft investigators zoom in on kickbacks of millions of ringgit over the feasibility study award for the Penang undersea tunnel project.
GEORGE TOWN: The High Court here has dismissed an application by Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng to set aside a defamation suit by Gerakan against him.
THE new mayor of Penang Island City Council (MBPP) has just been named but Penangites are already coming up with their wish lists.