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AIMING at charting greater heights and exploring new ventures, Penang’s tourism sector is now known as “Petach”.
AIMING at charting greater heights and exploring new ventures, Penang’s tourism sector is now known as ‘Petach’.
A STEADY stream of devotees thronged the Hock Hin Keong (Ban Ka Lan Snake Temple) in Bayan Lepas, Penang, to observe the birthday of its resident deity Cheng Chooi Chor Soo Kong which fell on the sixth day of the Chinese New Year.
BUTTERWORTH: The father of the 11-year-old Rohingya girl insists he is not “a bad person bent on marrying my daughter off”.
Pinang points - By N.TrishaWHAT would you do when you feel like helping a fellow human but fear being scammed by a sad story?
GEORGE TOWN: The construction company in charge of the Jalan Bukit Kukus paired road project where a landslide killed nine foreign workers followed all the specifications and requirements for the project, says Deputy Chief Minister I Datuk Ahmad Zakiyuddin Abdul Rahman.
BUTTERWORTH: Malaysian law stopped an 11-year-old Rohingya girl from being married off here, but now that she has “come of age” by her community’s standards, she is no longer allowed to continue schooling.
Petty scammers with sob stories are giving Penang a bad name.
GEORGE TOWN: The recent leak of a circular issued by Solicitor General III Datuk Mohamad Hanafiah Zakaria is serious and dangerous, as it is internal communication from within the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC), says Jelutong MP R.S.N. Rayer.
GEORGE TOWN: It feels like the song He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother was written for siblings Reuel and Asher Rajah.