Recent and archived articles by Priscilla Dielenberg
GEORGE TOWN: A Rapid Penang bus captain told a magistrate’s court here how he got out from his seat to check on a woman passenger’s safety only to end up being stabbed by her.
GEORGE TOWN: The amended Sedition Act is flawed as no one will know if what they said is against the law until they are charged in court, according to a forum discussing the Sedition Act and human rights in Malaysia.
GEORGE TOWN: Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng denied that he was being malicious and sarcastic when he apologised to Penang Opposition Leader Datuk Jahara Hamid for using the word ‘grandmother’ when he called her a ‘racist grandmother’.
GEORGE TOWN: A PKR member who was acquitted of organising the Blackout 505 rally in Penang without a police permit had his acquittal set aside by a High Court here.
VISUALLY impaired student Khor Wei Quan has never let his disability become an obstacle at school.
BALIK PULAU: On her 16th birthday, cancer patient Chelsea Cindion Dominic received news that she had suffered a relapse and had only months to live.
VISITORS to the Protestant Cemetery in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, George Town, will find many pleasant changes to the site following its recent restoration.
PENANG will further improve its infrastructure and machinery to ensure the state is prepared for big disasters such as the current flood crisis in the East Coast.
GEORGE TOWN: A man who was jailed five years for raping a 13-year-old girl had his sentence enhanced to 10 years and one stroke of the rotan.
GEORGE TOWN: A jobless man has claimed trial to impersonating a police officer, extorting a woman of RM4,100 by threatening to circulate her sex video and having unauthorised possession of a police uniform and two fake pistols.