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Kiosk for paying summonses ready soon

The Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) is now testing out an Auto Kiosk Machine that accepts cash or cheque payment for parking summonses and assessment bills.


High riding Suria and Kampong Seronok on track for premier class action

SURIA SC and Kampong Seronok FC are on track for promotion to the FA of Penang Division One League by notching their fourth consecutive wins in Division Two.


Drains near eateries found clogged with oily discharge and rubbish

DESPITE the state’s efforts to keep Penang clean and green, many local eateries sadly do not share the same vision.


Two top guns to remain at helm

THE services of the two head honchos of the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) have been extended for one more year as the state gears up for its elevation to a city council status.


Telok Bahang FC and Sungai Ara FC have bright chance to get promotion

NEWLY relegated Telok Bahang SC and Sungai Ara FC may have fired blanks, but it was still enough for them to stay within striking distance of a promotion back to the FA of Penang’s number one League.


PAS man who caused stir dropped as councillor

ISZUREE Ibrahim who created controversy by claiming that the Penang government was ‘pro-developer’ has not been reappointed as councillor of the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP).


New online way to submit building plans

BUILDING plans can now be submitted to the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) online via the Building Plan Management System.


Green pockets of peace

MORE neighbourhood and pocket parks will be built on Penang island in line with the Penang Municipal Council’s (MPPP) elevation to a city council.


Call for basic needs

HIGH electricity charges and lack of public toilets were among the concerns brought up by panthal (stall) operators during the recent Thaipusam 2015 panthal meeting.


Water woes driving food court customers away

WHENEVER it rains, halal food hawkers sited at a temporary area of the Padang Brown food court in Penang will encounter fewer customers.