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Two tourists stuck as parasail lands on tree

GEORGE TOWN: Two Japanese tourists were left hanging for about 40 minutes when the parasail they were on got stuck in a ketapang tree in Batu Ferringhi.


Penang city council going after illegal homestay operators

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Island City Council (MBPP) has continued its efforts in weeding out illegal and unlicensed lodging houses.


Defiant homeshare owner booked again

GEORGE TOWN: The owner of a condominium unit who allegedly collected rent from tenants on a daily basis has been slapped with a RM250 fine by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP).


MIC man: I met councillor over bribery claim

GEORGE TOWN: Former state MIC Youth chief J. Dhinagaran told a High Court here that he met a councillor to discuss a bribe which the latter had allegedly accepted.


Seberang Perai’s first woman municipal council president does things differently

Datuk Maimunah Mohd Sharif is proving that she is a force to be reckoned with as she rings in the changes.


Engineer fails to reverse graft conviction

GEORGE TOWN: A former engineer, who was sentenced to three years’ jail and fined RM1.75mil in default six months’ jail for receiving a RM350,000 bribe in 2009, has failed to overturn his conviction.


Trader stands by bribery claim

GEORGE TOWN: A female trader told a defamation hearing at a High Court here that she stood by her complaint to the then state MIC Youth chief J. Dhinagaran that a former councillor accepted a bribe from her.


CAP baffled by demolition

GEORGE TOWN: The Consumers’ Association of Penang is baffled by the demolition of ancillary buildings at the Runnymede property in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah.


Victim related to family running Line Clear

GEORGE TOWN: Syed Amen Jainul Abdin is related to the family running the popular Line Clear nasi kandar outlet in Penang Road here.


Bureau chief: Council’s online links to check parking fines confusing

A MOTORCYCLIST checked two different webpages of the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) website and was surprised to find that one webpage showed that he had a compound to settle, while the other stated that there was no record.