Recent and archived articles by M Sivanantha Sharma
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.
SIGNBOARDS have been placed in the Seberang Prai Municipal Council’s (MPSP) 66 food complexes to remind customers not to smoke.
THE Penang Government is planning more than RM300mil in new roads and bridges for the mainland and it is hoping that the Federal Government will ‘chip in’ to finance them.
MORE than 50,000 tourists are expected to participate in the “Belanja dan Bercuti” campaign organised by Pen Petroleum Sdn Bhd (PenPec) with the collaboration of the Association of Tourism Attractions, Penang (Atap).
THE Penang government and the Malaysian Fisheries Development Authority (LKIM) will look into rebuilding the fishing boat workshop near Kampung Bakau Tua, Penaga in Kepala Batas, Seberang Prai Utara, which was destroyed in a fire on the night of Dec 30 last year.
FORTY-THREE pupils who scored 7As and 8As in the UPSR examinations last year took home a mountain bicycle each.
SUNWAY Group brought cheer to 694 pupils as part of its nationwide #SunwayForGood Back-to-School Programme in Penang.
THE carnival mood was very much in the air as the annual Chingay parade transformed the celebrations at the Butterworth town into a multi-cultural fare.
THE public recreational park at Taman Sembilang in Seberang Jaya near Butterworth, Penang, has become a local tourism destination after it was upgraded as aphotography site with murals and graffiti.