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It’s all very quiet at the printing shops

GEORGE TOWN: For printing shop operators, good business is expected in the general election although the sound of “ka-ching” is not loud yet.


Bagan Dalam and Sg Pinang are the Penang hot seats this time around

GEORGE TOWN: One of the hottest state seats on the island – Sungai Pinang – is a battleground for at least five parties.


2.5 million passports issued annually

MELAKA: The Immigration Department issues about 2.5 million passports annually, with about 542,000 being issued for the first three months of this year.


Rivalry in politics – but never at home

JOHOR BARU: Blood is thicker than water, as the saying goes, is true for brothers facing off in the general election.

Metro News

Poser over development plan

A PENANG Gerakan leader has raised concern over a mixed development project on Pulau Jerejak which was reported by a Penang property website last August.

Metro News

Reading glasses for senior citizens

RESIDENTS living within the Ayer Itam constituency, especially senior citizens who are presbyopic, can now have free reading glasses.

Metro News

Concern over hillslope development

PENANG Gerakan is wondering whether the upcoming affordable housing project in Jalan Sungai Ara 1, Penang, is in line with the guidelines of hillslope development.


Man who bought flat at auction chased out by ‘owner’

GEORGE TOWN: A contractor thought he had found his dream home – a low-medium-cost flat in Relau – after an auction where he bid RM75,000 for it.


Penang converted 577ha of leasehold land within 10 years, claims Teng

GEORGE TOWN: The DAP-led Penang government has allegedly converted 577ha of leasehold land to freehold status without valid reasons during its 10-year administration, says Penang Barisan Nasional chairman Teng Chang Yeow.


Teng: Penang Barisan will keep promises

GEORGE TOWN: Penang Barisan Nasional’s manifesto for the 14th General Election will be a people-centric one, said its chairman Teng Chang Yeow.