GEORGE TOWN: THREE hundred and fifty children from welfare homes recently spent a memorable day on Penang Hill in conjunction with Universal Children's Day.
PENANG: TELUK Bahang market traders are agitated over having to put up with the lack of maintenance and frequent power disruptions during the past year.
GEORGE TOWN: Ooi Jia Yik must be feeling on top of the world. The 23-year-old graphic designer graduated from Equator Academy of Arts with a cumulative grade point average of 3.94 -- the highest score among 224 students who completed their studies recently.
IPOH: The Ipoh Ratepayers and Taxpayers Association (Irata) has called on utility companies emulate Tenaga Nasional Bhd, which is offering annual rebates to customers as a form of dividend for deposits paid to it.
PENANG Hill is blessed with lush greenery and also offers a spectacular and captivating view of Penang island and beyond.
THE police are ready for the second wave of floods in the north, including Penang, expected later this month.
GEROGE TOWN: HEALTH authorities brought a popular hotel in Bukit Mertajam to book for unhygienic conditions when traces of rats' dropping were found in its kitchen.
GEORGE TOWN: The almost century-old pipe organ at the Church of the Assumption is back from a six-month sojourn in England, where it received the restoration it sorely needed.
GEORGE TOWN: GET a taste of international flavours when you dine at the Eastin Hotel's Swez Brasseri this month.
GEORGE TOWN: THE 41st Penang Pesta International Bowling Championship, kicks off today at the refurbished Mega Bowling Centre in MegaMall Pinang in Prai.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS: Residents of Hong Seng Estate worry that their lives may be in danger if no action is taken to prevent potential landslides
KUALA LUMPUR: The New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd celebrated its loyal employees in an appreciation ceremony held in Balai Berita last week.
GEORGE TOWN: Penang will host the nation's biggest chess tournament, the Penang Heritage City International Open at the Red Rock Hotel here from Dec 9.
GEORGE TOWN: Samsung Malaysia Electronics is rewarding Malaysian consumers with the opportunity to meet the iconic Datuk Lee Chong Wei tomorrow.
A HIGHLIGHT: Hundreds of guests including business partners, loyal guests and friends attended the annual event
IDENTIFY RISKS: Fire safety should be maintained by all and not only the department, says assistant D-G
IPOH: The Appeals Board is going on a promotion blitz to make people aware of its existence and that it is there to listen to their grievances on township planning matters.
ALOR STAR: Kedah Solid Waste Public Cleansing Management Corporation (PPSPPA) will open a counter to receive recyclable items in January.
IPOH: The unhygienic surrounding of restaurants, and mamak eateries in particular, have become a bone of contention for many local councils.
VICTORIOUS: Raja Permaisuri Agong wins the Public Gold tournament at Penang Golf Club