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Metro News

Retirement jokes lighten up ‘election mood’

THIS is more than likely the last meeting for Penang’s 13th state assembly before it is dissolved.

Metro News

Expert: Debris clogging waterways among reasons for flash floods

HEAVY rainfall and high tides are natural causes of floods which cannot be avoided.

Nation

Sole DAP rep heckled at Penang woes talks

GEORGE TOWN: The sole DAP backbencher who turned up at a dialogue session to discuss flood and landslide problems in Penang was booed and heckled for defending the state’s policies.

Nation

Penang government urged to halt all hillslope projects

GEORGE TOWN: Opposition parties in the state have asked the state government to review or halt all hillslope projects to prevent a recurrence of a mishap like the landslide in Tanjung Bungah.

Nation

BN to table motion on hillslope development in state assembly

GEORGE TOWN: Barisan Nasional is tabling a motion in the coming state assembly to halt all hillslope projects until an inquiry is completed.

Metro News

Bringing festive joy to the poor

GOODIE bags were given to 400 lessfortunate people in Tasek Gelugor, Penang, to mark Deepavali.

Metro News

Call for action on flooding solution

FRUSTRATED by the never-ending flood problems in Penang, a group has got together to arrange a meeting with state representatives on Oct 29.

Nation

Leaders must continue to be useful even after their time is up, says Zahid

BAGAN SERAI: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi wants Barisan Nasional politicians to buck up and be leaders who are appreciated by the people.

Nation

Penang signs pledge - and faces calls for CM to step down

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government finally inked a corruption-free pledge and almost immediately faced calls for the Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s resignation over corruption charges he faces.

Nation

Jahara: Villages at mercy of loophole in eviction law

GEORGE TOWN: After the near forced eviction of Kampung Mutiara villagers, state Opposition Leader Datuk Jahara Hamid (pic) called for the state to address a ‘merciless loophole’ in the law.