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PENANG Water Supply Corporation (PBAPP) is looking to achieve a 100% capacity at the dams in Ayer Itam and Teluk Bahang by December to prepare for the dry season from January to April next year.
PENANG Hill Corporation (PHC) will focus on promoting education on natural heritage and biodiversity preservation by working with relevant federal and state agencies following the listing of Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve (PHBR) as the latest Unesco Biosphere Reserve.
PENANG is well prepared to welcome some 50,000 tourists expected to visit the state for food, hills, beaches and heritage delights this weekend.
Local shipbuilders appeal to fishermen to look at local shores first when it comes to ordering new boats. They are just as good as any foreign players out there, says the country’s shipbuilders association.
GEORGE TOWN: With the pandemic not slowing down just yet, quality fish breeders have been forced to reduce the capacity at their farms and sell their fish on the cheap in wet markets.
GEORGE TOWN: Any decision to replace the RM6.3bil undersea tunnel with an elevated bridge will only be made after the release of the feasibility report for the tunnel, says state public works, utilities and flood mitigation committee chairman Zairil Khir Johari.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government’s controversial undersea tunnel project looks likely to be scrapped for an elevated bridge that would be much less costly in terms of both money and environmental impact.
RAINY weather this year has given Penangites the advantage of well-filled dams in the state.