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GEORGE TOWN: Along with the return of tourists to Penang is the trash they leave behind.
GEORGE TOWN: A wild boar, which was put down after giving the authorities the run-around for half an hour, could have come from the forest areas on the west of Penang island.
GEORGE TOWN: A wild boar that led authorities on a chase through several neighbourhoods here has been put down by the Penang Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan).
HAD the Penang undersea tunnel project taken off, it would have been the most glamorous and ambitious infrastructure in the state.
GEORGE TOWN: Replacing the controversial undersea tunnel with an elevated bridge as the third link for Penang has not gone down well with Malaysians and this has led to an outcry.
GEORGE TOWN: Any decision to replace the RM6.3bil undersea tunnel with an elevated bridge will only be made after the release of the feasibility report for the tunnel, says state public works, utilities and flood mitigation committee chairman Zairil Khir Johari.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government’s controversial undersea tunnel project looks likely to be scrapped for an elevated bridge that would be much less costly in terms of both money and environmental impact.
OPEN tenders for contractors to start work on the much-awaited recreational waterfront project — Gurney Wharf, are expected to be called by end of this month.
GEORGE TOWN: To mark 64 years of Merdeka from the British, Ahmed Faisal Mohd Lazim ran 64km around Penang island.
BLOOD donors can look forward to receiving a cake and mooncake after doing their good deed at St Jo’s, Level 1 at Gurney Paragon Mall in Penang on Malaysia Day.