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Outcry over trees

The felling of several old shady neem trees in a quaint part of George Town to make way for the Penang Gold Bazaar project has sparked off a fusillade of protest from nature lovers and traders in the area.

Revive Lebuh Acheh to past glory

A campaign should be launched to revitalise Lebuh Acheh as I>Serambi/II>Mekah/I(Gateway to Mecca) to conserve Muslim heritage and culture in the state, said Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) Academy of Social Sciences director-general Prof Wazir Jahan Karim.

They came to eat

How would you like that chowing down were not an #8216;anywhere-anyhow#8217; aspect of your holiday but its main focus? SIOW YUEN CHING reports on food enthusiasts who embarked on a Gourmet Tour of Penang.

Haute Paris

If you want to share a bed with JohnGalliano or Naomi Campbell,the place togo is Hotel Costes.Currently the hottestboutique hotel in Paris. b>Tan Lee Kuen/bchecks out some of these famous hotelsthat cater to the rich and famous.

Ministry defers action against errant traders

The Domestic Trade and Consumers Affairs Ministry has postponed enforcement action against traders who use government-subsidised cooking gas for commercial purposes.

New look housing

Enlivened by roof dormers, porches, cosy courtyards and pedestrian pathways, these low-rises exude an air of comfort and spaciousness, and can easily pass off as housing for an upscale neighbourhood. But the Tower Apartments (top pic) in Rohnert Park, California, and the Klahanie Issaqua project (bottom pic) in Washington were designed specifically for the lower income group. World renowned architect and town planner Michael Pyatok shares with I>StarTwo/Ihow quality can come at a price - an affordable price.

Culling strays not the answer

From LENG LILY, Administrator, Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Penang

New order makes it tougher for illegals

By Johan Fernandez

Hard to swallow dirty state of affairs at foodstalls

An email from J.D. LOVRENCIEAR of Semenyih.

SARS in New York

With SARS taking its greatest toll in China, people in New York, both tourists and locals, are afraid of Chinatown, even though no SARS cases have been confirmed there.