JAY WALKING: SM Tunku Abdul Malik students are risking their lives by refusing to use the overhead pedestrian bridge in Lebuhraya Darulaman
HOT: Teluk Batik Resort is offering grilled marinated meats and baked fish with rice, among other dishes
GETTING CREATIVE TOGETHER: At a workshop, mothers and their children agree that time is the most precious gift
AFFECTED: Lack of aquatic facilities hinders development of sport in state
GOOD OLD DAYS: Many older Penang residents have fond memories of watching movies at the theatre
IPOH: Some 400 preschoolers participated in a mini Sports Day organised by Tadika Kinderjoy, here, recently.
HUGE POTENTIAL: The state government hopes to make the newly renovated Sultan Azlan Shah Airport into a transport hub
ALOR STAR: Firdaus Fitness and Gym recently held a gymnasium management seminar to increase the awareness of the importance of health among gymnasium owners and public.
GEORGE TOWN: RESIDENTS living in landed properties at Desiran Tanjung are upset about the over-development in their serene neighbourhood.
IPOH: The longest-serving reporter from the Tamil press, S. Bala Krishnan, was honoured by the Perak Indian Press Association (PIPA) here, recently.
KUALA KANGSAR: IT was a simple but meaningful event for the old boys of Malay College Kuala Kangsar's Prep School who were there to celebrate the school's 100th anniversary.
GEORGE TOWN: THE sounds of the roller chains of more than 100 bicycles rang past thousands of curious motorists as a silent procession to honour injured and dead cyclists took place in town recently.
ALOR STAR: Some 200 health buffs took part in a Heart Health Campaign which was organised by the Heart Foundation of Malaysia (YJM) here, recently.
GEORGE TOWN: LIVING in a city, with new developments rising every day, one can easily forget that Penang island is rich in flora and fauna.
GEORGE TOWN: Who says ballet can't be fun? A group of male dancers in New York who wanted to prove that ballet can be entertaining got together four decades ago to make ballet funnier.
GEORGE TOWN: A book, entitled Feasts of Penang: Muslim Culinary Heritage, was recently launched at a gala charity dinner held at a leading hotel.
PROGRESSIVE LEADER: Menteri Besar urges civil servants to help improve the state machinery’s delivery system
SEA OF PROSPERITY: Nancy Lua Ching Sing chooses to paint carps because they represent grace, strength and good fortune
BOYS’ UNDER-18 FINAL: Mutiara Impian are champions
MASTERPIECE: The firm that designed Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman’s campus buildings wins a PAM gold award