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GEORGE TOWN: It was a MacGyver moment on the second Penang bridge when an auxiliary policeman, seeing a woman struggling in the waters below, emptied a five-litre jerrycan, tied it to his waist as an emergency flotation device and rappelled down.
GEORGE TOWN: He did not even contemplate his own mortality – his only concern was for the woman struggling in the waters below the second Penang bridge as ocean currents threatened to sweep her away.
GEORGE TOWN: The Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK) Penang branch raided three Penang-based businesses for using unlicensed software.
GEORGE TOWN: Police have completed their investigation over Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's alleged performance of the "ABCD-GST" song, which is critical of the Goods and Services Tax.
GEORGE TOWN: A Penang Gerakan Youth leader has questioned the Penang Island City Council whether it would approve their application to put up posters in the state.
THE Penang government is spending RM20mil for the conservation and renovation of the Penang State Museum @ Farquhar in Farquhar Street.
GEORGE TOWN: Posters criticising Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng have sprung up in several parts of Penang island, in what is seen as the start of a poster war ahead of the general election.
ELECTION fervour has been amped up in Penang with political parties putting up banners and other campaign materials at several places.
GEORGE TOWN: Barisan Nasional has fired the first salvo in the poster war in Penang, with several posters criticising Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng appearing along Carnavon Street here on Tuesday (March 20).
JLL MALAYSIA Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Japan Lifeline Co Ltd, is investing RM70mil in Penang over the next two years.