BATU KAWAN: The Penang police will now be able to catch speed demons on the Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge, thanks to a courtesy patrol car provided by the bridge operator.
ALOR STAR: Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir brought cheer to some 700 Indian families from 15 parliamentary constituencies in the state by distributing Deepavali goodies to them in Seri Mentaloon here recently.
GEORGE TOWN: YOUNG models gyrated down the ramp at Queensbay Mall here, accompanied by the pulsating sounds of electro pop band Paperplane Pursuit, recently.
GEORGE TOWN: THREE young artists with the gift for churning out remarkable sculptures are holding a joint exhibition at Acheh Art Row.
GEORGE TOWN: The Council of Dato’ Dato’ State of Penang welcomed 22 new members into its ranks at a luncheon held at the Evergreen Laurel Hotel here recently.
ALOR STAR: IT was once the pride of the city. Folk would take a walk or jog in the mornings to enjoy the fresh air along Sungai Kedah.
KEPALA BATAS: A leading developer of townships in the northern states, Bertam Properties Sdn Bhd, is rolling out a RM60 million mixed development project in Bertam, near here.
GEORGE TOWN: WHILE admitting that it is finding it hard to solve the perennial flood problem in Penang, the state government said it is always looking for ways to minimise the occurrence of flash floods.
GEORGE TOWN: A RM6 million flood mitigation project for the inner city of George Town is expected to start in January.
GEORGE TOWN: Eastin Hotel hosted a Deepavali buffet dinner for some 20 children of Seri Cahaya Home, Batu Maung, recently.
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