Recent and archived articles by M Sivanantha Sharma
BUTTERWORTH: About 300 people of all races thronged the Chinese New Year open house hosted by the Malaysia Chinese Muslim Association’s Penang Chapter at Masjid Abdullah Fahim in Kepala Batas near here.
A MOSQUE in Tasek Gelugor, Butterworth, Penang, will hold a Chinese New Year open house to build a closer rapport with the Chinese community in the area.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Three men died and three others sustained serious injuries when the steel frame of a building collapsed at Lorong Perusaahan Maju 8 in Prai.
BULLOCK cart rides added to the joy during the Thai Ponggal celebrations at Sri Muniswarar Temple in Jalan Baru, Prai, near Butterworth, Penang.
THIRTY cancer patients aged between 27 and 80 from mainland Penang were in a happy mood after receiving hampers and angpows in conjunction with Chinese New Year, courtesy of Seberang Prai Cancer Patient Support Body.
THE opening of the Tesco outlet in Bagan Ajam, Butterworth, which is the 58th outlet in the country and seventh in Penang, marks the strong continuous growth of the Tesco brand in Malaysia.
PENANG is set to see greater development taking place on the mainland in the near future, says Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
LAST year, the Penang Fire and Rescue Department received 6,273 calls involving 2,200 fire emergencies, 3,963 rescues and 35 special services.
THE Seberang Prai Municipal Council (MPSP) will increase its services to collect bulk waste in conjunction with the coming Chinese New Year celebrations.
SEVERAL roads in Bukit Mertajam on the Penang mainland have been transformed into a fairyland of lights with bright red lanterns and decorations to mark Chinese New Year.