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Cultural showcase atop Penang Hill

Visitors to Penang Hill will not only be enthralled by the picturesque view from the peak, they will also be able to enjoy a glimpse of Malaysia's unique diverse culture.

Nation

Your right to expect good service

Unhappy with the public transportation system? Then, lodge your complaint with the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB).

Community

JKR sets new guidelines

B>PENANG: /B>Penang has become the first state in the country to come out with guidelines and checklists for develop-ment proposals submitted to the JKR.

Community

Disabled sailor wins against all odds

B>S/B>INGAPOREAN Jovin Tan Wei Qiang, 20, defied all odds to emerge champion in the 2nd Penang Municipal Council (MPPP)/Pe-nang Swimming Club (PSC) International Regatta Access Class Race.

Community

Glad to sail again

B>S/B>HE was down with carpal tunnel syndrome for two-and-a-half-years and she missed her favourite sport - sailing.

Community

Folk happy with improvements

RESIDENTS of Rumah Papan MPPP in Jalan Sungai in George Town, Penang, are grateful for the improvements in their area brought about by Komtar assemblyman Lim Gim Soon but they feel that more need to be done.

Community

A heart for the urban poor

B>K/B>OMTAR assemblyman Lim Gim Soon always has the welfare of the urban poor in his constitue-ncy at heart. And he says a lot still needs to be done to improve their li-ving standard.

Community

‘Headache’ at traffic junction

THE heavy traffic on Jalan Batu Uban in Penang during peak hours is giving a headache to some 15,000 residents staying in the area.

Nation

Penang’s angsanas bidding for record

The island is all set to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for having the most angsana trees over 100 years old in a city.

Community

Pledge of better services ahead

B>R/B>ATEPAYERS can expect better delivery of public services from both the Penang and Seberang Prai Municipal councils (MPPP and MPSP) with some reshuffling and merging of committees this year.