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Authorities need to resolve the many woes plaguing Penang

From P. TOH of Penang.


Koh defends selection of PORR chairman as municipal councillor

Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon defended Monday the appointment of Datuk Ahmad Ismail, the executive chairman of the controversial RM1.02bil Penang Outer Ring Road (PORR) concessionary holder, as a councillor in the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP).

Other Sport

Tennis academy to take shape at Medan York

The Penang Lawn Tennis Association's (PLTA) dream of having their own academy has come true.


Competition reveals students' atrocious English

A local government competition for ideas to revitalise Beach Street in George Town has attracted entries from local university and college students with grand ideas but atrocious English.


As fine as can be

MARY SCHNEIDER on the 'fine' parking systems in Penang.


'Stop work on columbarium'

Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon has been urged to direct the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) to issue a stop-work order on the controversial nine-storey columbarium project in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah.


Row over the dead

A columbarium project smack in the middle of the Millionaire#8217;s Row in Penang has drawn enough flak to make the dead turn in their graves, reports CHOONG KWEE KIM.


Wrongly we translate

THE Municipal Council of Penang Island has #8220;Memimpin Sambil Berkhidmat#8221; on their Bahasa Melayu version but in their English version, they have obviously transliterated it to #8220;Leading We Serve#8221; and got it wrong.


Compensate traders in Little India, says CAP

From the Tamil Press: The Consumer Association of Penang (CAP) has asked the state to compensate traders in Little India whose business has been badly affected by upgrading work carried out by the Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP).


PPP to get two municipal council seats in Penang

The People's Progressive Party (PPP) will be given two municipal council seats in the new term beginning July 1.