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Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng talks about shaping a progressive economic policy in Penang that is investment-led, inclusive and sustainable.
Whichever way one looks at it, Malaysia is a multi-ethnic country – and it should be the same for its politics.
From cash handouts to tax cuts, we analyse how Budget 2016 affects all tiers of household income.
Dog-eared, faded, but nonetheless nostalgic and beautiful, photography aficionado Ganesh Kolandaveloo shares his collection of postcards from Penang Hill.
For many, the way up to Penang Hill is via the funicular train.
Writer Mike Gibby traces the history of the quaint Lomond Bungalow.
What's it like to have spent a great part of one's life on Penang Hill? Meet two people who have done exactly that.
The recollections of Christine Khor during her blithe week on Penang Hill.
From Oxford to Chantilly, Penang is being positioned as an economic model and an intelligent city.
It's Azmi Sharom vs the Federal Court when it comes to freedom of speech.
Cheerful, witty and bold – that's what editor Ooi Kee Beng has to say about Azmi Sharom's Brave New World.
Showing dissent does not mean wanting to topple the government, according to academician Khoo Ying Hooi.
There's a new form of youth political activism in Malaysia.
A Star lights up Butterworth, bridging island and mainland in light.
A simple climb through the jungle makes the Hill so much more enjoyable.
Prayer and food – lots of it – mark the way the yuletide season is celebrated in Sarawak.
Syed Thajudeen – artist, philosopher, poet and magician – returns with a grand flourish.
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A tribute to Penang's music greats.
With amenities that range from a hospital to a radio station, the Royal Australian Air Force has certainly left its mark in Penang.
Meet Uncle Burger, a fond fixture at Tanjung Bungah.
For 60 years, the Dindings district in Perak was governed by Penang.