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THE peopleB/B>should not run to councillors and politicians to get them off the hook if they had committed any wrong doing, Penang municipal councillor Geetha Suresh said.
B>C/B>USTOMERS at the Cecil Street Market food court will soon be able to enjoy their food in a more pleasant environment as the place will be upgraded.
B>T/B>HE International School of Penang (Uplands) building at Kelawei Road must be preserved for its historical significance and architectural designs.
The Esplanade took on the Formula One atmosphere as radio-controlled cars zoomed past at breakneck speed in a makeshift mini racing circuit where more than 200 remote control car buffs were on site to witness the event of the year as far as radio-controlled car is concerned.
However independent they were before, sometimes people do need a helping hand or two to rebuild their destroyed homes and livelihoods. S.S. YOGA speaks to two families in Penang.
Auditor-General Tan Sri Dr Hadenan Abdul Jalil has chided the state Islamic Religious Council for not being fair to less attractive single mothers when giving out monetary aid.
The People's Progressive Party (PPP) will be given two municipal council seats in the new term beginning July 1.
From the Tamil Press: The Consumer Association of Penang (CAP) has asked the state to compensate traders in Little India whose business has been badly affected by upgrading work carried out by the Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP).
THE Municipal Council of Penang Island has #8220;Memimpin Sambil Berkhidmat#8221; on their Bahasa Melayu version but in their English version, they have obviously transliterated it to #8220;Leading We Serve#8221; and got it wrong.
A columbarium project smack in the middle of the Millionaire#8217;s Row in Penang has drawn enough flak to make the dead turn in their graves, reports CHOONG KWEE KIM.