Sacrificing the hills for progress

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  • Thursday, 07 Jun 2012

Environmentalists are concerned that the many hillslope development projects, if not properly managed, would destroy the unique charm of Penang.

FOR an 85-year-old lifelong consumerist to go out in the heat of the day, demonstrate and carry a placard to decry the “mindless development” in Penang on World Environment Day on June 5, he must surely love the hills of Penang.

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