Recent and archived articles by Ooi Joon Hang
GEORGE TOWN: Many Malaysians had a small taste of how ravaging a tropical storm can be when the tailwind of Typhoon Doksuri, now lashing Vietnam, swept across the north of the peninsula.
The newly renovated Penang Island City Council (MBPP) one-stop payment centre at the Esplanade in George Town, will soon have two additional 24-hour kiosks.
GEORGE TOWN: It was another “fiery” day in Penang when fire broke out at three different places.
BEING 46 years old puts The Star in a prime position.
PENANGITES along the island’s north coast seem divided over the North Coastal Paired Road (NCPR) project.
LIFE has been really tough for blind student A. Mahavithia.
EVERY toilet in the clan jetties of Weld Quay, Penang, has been using the same system since the jetties sprung up in the early 1900s.
FISHERMAN Aziz Buyok has never failed to decorate his fishing boat with the Jalur Gemilang on each National Day to show his love for the country.