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Expressway to be closed tomorrow for investigation

GEORGE TOWN: A stretch of Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway heading to the Penang Bridge will be closed to traffic from 10.30am to 5pm tomorrow for police to carry out forensic investigation into the fatal shooting case that occurred last Thursday.


Massive traffic jam on Sungei Besi highway

PETALING JAYA: Motorists heading into Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday morning were caught in an unusual traffic gridlock due to a stalled trailer along Jalan Istana.


Israeli soldiers shoot dead Palestinian who stabbed Israeli in West Bank

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli troops shot dead a Palestinian who stabbed an Israeli man at a petrol station in the occupied West Bank on Sunday along a main highway near Jerusalem, police said.


Better ways to farm in a warmer world

Fungus could be the help agriculture needs to adapt to climate change.


Traffic congested along North-South Expressway

PETALING JAYA: Traffic along many stretches of the North-South Expressway remained at a crawl at 11.20pm with a few broken down vehicles yet to be cleared, PLUS Malaysia Berhad reported on it’s official Twitter account @plustrafik.


No simple main road

The history of Dato Keramat Road is peppered with the stories of giant personalities. Dato Keramat Road is not part of the George Town heritage area but it is surely one of the most important and recognisable main roads on the island.


Metro Watch

BESRAYA (M) Sdn Bhd will be temporarily closing Jalan Pandan 1, heading to MRR2 and also the turnoff heading to Maluri and Shamelin on Feb 14 and 15 to facilitate the building of the BR 8 bridge for the Sungai Besi Highway link project.


PCTH: Traffic jams worsening in Penang

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Chinese Town Hall (PCTH) has called on the Penang Government to overcome the worsening traffic congestion on the island.


Chinese rebel villagers vow march to press complaints

WUKAN, China (Reuters) - Residents of a rebel village in southern China on Monday threatened to march on a local government office in protest over lost land and a suspicious death, in a humbling rebuff to the ruling Communist Party.

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Low pay in HK a big turn-off

HONG KONG: The low employment rate of Chinese mainland youths, who have graduated from Hong Kong universities, is driving talents away from Hong Kong, although most of them would want to work in the city.