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GEORGE TOWN: Cab-booking app MyTeksi is offering a flat rate of RM5 for all rides within Penang island.
PINANG POINTS - By Winnie YeohRekindling of old friendships made easier with technology.
GEORGE TOWN: There was no rush at the state’s Customs Department offices despite it being the last day for some 60,000 companies to register for the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
GEORGE TOWN: Classes will be over at the 124-year-old SK Pykett Methodist school once its final term ends in 2019.
GEORGE TOWN: Penangites hope that nasi kandar restaurants – considered as one of the island’s staple dishes – will take measures to keep their premises clean after 15 were closed down by the state health department.
THE state government has been taken to task for selling state land when it could have been leased out instead.
KEPALA Batas, a sleepy town in the 1970s, has undergone rapid progress and transformation over the past decades.
A GROUP of former pupils of the Penang Chinese Girls’ Primary School’s class of 1970 are calling old schoolmates to attend the school’s 45th anniversary carnival, to be held in August.
A GROUP of former students from the Penang Chinese Girls’ Primary School Penang class of 1970 are calling old schoolmates for the school’s 45th anniversary carnival, to be held in August.
THIS festive season is a busy time for thnee kuih (sticky glutinous rice cake) maker Neoh Aun Kean, who has 30,000 orders to handle.