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Patahiyah sworn-in as Penang’s first mayor

GEORGE TOWN: Datuk Patahiyah Ismail has been sworn-in as the first mayor of the Penang Island City Council (MBPP).

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An uplifting event indeed!

GEORGE TOWN: Residents here are awaiting the historic moment tomorrow when Datuk Patahiyah Ismail takes her oath as the first mayor of the Penang Island City Council (MBPP).

Community

No hike in parking fee

THE Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) has denied that there would be a hike in parking charges when the Good and Services Tax (GST) comes into effect on Wednesday.

Community

Longer parking hours with new autopay system

THE operating hours of the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) multi-storey car park in Beach Street have been extended to 24/7 to cope with the high demand for parking spaces in the vicinity.

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Penang’s first mayor a woman

GEORGE TOWN: Penang will have a woman as its first mayor after regaining its city status.

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Patahiyah Ismail named as Penang's first mayor

GEORGE TOWN: Datuk Patahiyah Ismail has been announced as the new mayor of the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), which has been formed to replace the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP).

Community

One-stop food and market hub in Gelugor

RESIDENTS of Jalan Permai in Gelugor, Penang, and its surrounding areas will be able to eat and shop at the newly built RM5mil market and food complex by the end of next month.

Community

Council ordered to give more documents to appellant

PENANG Appeals Board has fixed April 17 for the application for discovery of documents over a high-rise project in Pykett Avenue.

Community

No more flood misery

RESIDENTS and road users along Logan Road and Anson Road in Penang can now breathe a sigh of relief the next time it rains heavily.

Community

Green challenge is on

THE sixth edition of the Penang Green School Awards is open for registration to all secondary and primary schools in the island until March 18.