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Chow: DoE has okayed Penang South Reclamation scheme

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang South Reclamation (PSR) scheme near Teluk Kumbar has been given the thumbs-up by the Environment Department (DoE), says Chow Kon Yeow.

Penang gets nod to develop islands

STAR EXCLUSIVE: GEORGE TOWN: The state government has secured approval for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report of the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) scheme near Teluk Kumbar.

NGOs garner 12,000 signatures against PSR project

GEORGE TOWN: Concerns that millions of tonnes of sand at high seas off Perak will be sucked up for the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project were among the points raised in an online petition against it.

No approval on PSR yet, says Chow

GEORGE TOWN: Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow has clarified that there is no approval yet for a plan to reclaim three man-made islands off the southern coast of Penang island.

CM: Penang's island reclamation project given federal nod

GEORGE TOWN: The National Physical Planning Council (NPPC) has given the green light for the reclamation of three islands off the southern coast of Penang island.

Islands to drive state economy

GEORGE TOWN: Over RM70bil is expected to be raised from the three man-made islands under the Penang South Reclamation Scheme (PSR), enough to spearhead the state’s economic development for the next 30 years.

PIL 1 passes DOE assessment and gets the green light

GEORGE TOWN: The Pan Island Link 1 (PIL 1) has been given the green light and is expected to start in July next year to help disperse traffic in Penang.

Penang’s PIL and LRT to go ahead

EXCLUSIVE:GEORGE TOWN: Construction on the RM9bil light rail transit (LRT) line and the RM9.6bil Pan Island Link 1 (PIL 1) are scheduled to start in June next year.

PIL1 hit by bridging loan setback

GEORGE TOWN: The proposed Pan Island Link 1 (PIL1) highway project has hit a snag after the state government failed to obtain a RM1bil bridging loan.

Voluntary patrollers help bring down crime in the neighbourhood

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Despite not enjoying regular salary and allowances, members of the Voluntary Patrol Scheme (SRS) remain committed to assist the Royal Malaysian Police to maintain peace and security in their residential areas.