GEORGE TOWN: THE state government and local authorities are again facing questions about a 27-storey luxury suite project in Pulau Tikus from a non-governmental organisation here.
GEORGE TOWN: St George's Girls School (SGGS), Seameo Recsam, the Penang Medical College, and the INTI International College are hosting the 4th SGGS International Students' Conference from today to May 29.
THE Penang Island Municipal Council is mulling the idea of tearing down the 20-year-old Komtar pedestrian bridge at the junction of Jalan Penang, Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong and Jalan Burmah.
ALOR STAR: THE Alor Star City Council (MBAS) recently pulled down the signboards of three eateries here for displaying words written in the Myanmar language.
GEORGE TOWN: IN conjunction with Mothers Day this year, Queensbay Mall in Bayan Baru, here, held a Mummy & Me Photo Moment event as part of a global celebration to honour mothers around the world.
GEORGE TOWN: AFICIONADOS of durian, the thorny king of fruits, shouldmake a beeline to the Durian Shack at Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa, and the adjacent Golden Sands Resort, here.
IPOH: The RM4 million roller coaster ride at the Lost World of Tambun is now officially opened.
GEORGE TOWN: PENANG will return to the Premier League next season if the former Malaysia Cup champions beat minnows Yayasan Bina Upaya (YBU) in a FAM League match in Georgetown tomorrow.
KUALA LUMPUR: The more fortunate elderly citizens have not forgotten their counterparts who are in dire straits.
FAM LEAGUE: A win tomorrow will earn them promotion to Premier League