Recent and archived articles by Winnie Yeoh
A HOMEOWNER in Alor Setar was stunned to find a man, believed to be a thief, sleeping under his car, reported Kosmo!.
GEORGE TOWN: Most farmers grow banana plants for the fruit, but Neoh Aun Kean just wants the leaves. This is because banana leaves are a valuable commodity in themselves, given the robust demand from the Indian banana leaf rice and nasi lemak trade.
GEORGE TOWN: Most hawkers here say they will maintain their prices.
RESIDENTS in Bukit Mertajam and the nearby areas have a new place to shop with the opening of Parkson Perda City Mall.
WHEN lotus grower Lye Gaik Seng first started out, he put fertiliser in the pond where he was growing lotus thinking that it would flower well.
BALIK PULAU: When Ang Lip Poh was diagnosed with lung cancer about two years ago, his teenage daughter immediately quit school to look after him as his wife too was unwell.
DESPITE an ownership crisis, food lovers from near and far continue to throng Line Clear nasi kandar restaurant in Penang Road to get their fix.
ILLUSTRATOR Lee Shin Ying’s design may be simple but the message is clear — cycle for a greener environment.
GEORGE TOWN: An odd-job worker was jailed 16 years by a Sessions Court here for forcing himself on a three-year-old girl.
AFTER a freak storm which damaged many of their houses, villagers of Kampung Sungai Rusa in Balik Pulau, Penang, are hoping that the sunny weather of the past few days will hold out until repair works are completed.