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Highlights of what’s been happening the past month.
Prof Woo Wing Thye is one of the the world's most renowned economists, and he would be the first to admit he had a bit of help getting there.
Every year, tens of thousands of pilgrims converge in Bukit Mertajam to take part in the St Anne's Festival, the largest such festival in South-East Asia.
The Seberang Perai Municipal Council is making history with the introduction of its 2012 budget.
The MPPP's Penang Island Cleanliness Master Plan has just been completed.
With all the projects coming up on Penang Hill, we are in danger of forgetting who the Hill is meant for.
In late 19th century cosmopolitan Penang, Muslim and Chinese societies rose above racial and cultural differences to work together.
When it comes to welfare aid, who is getting what and why? And why should these questions matter?
A Lithuanian artist captures one of Penang's living heritage treasures on an Armenian Street wall.
On December 1, 1951, Penang made history by holding its first ever municipal election.
Pearly Kee, a fifth-generation Penang Nyonya, has an encyclopaedic knowledge of Nyonya recipes, and her cooking classes have drawn students from around the world.
Private hospitals in Penang have joined forces in an effort to shore up their talent pool in the face of increasing demands and competition.
With the rise in development projects, Penang's unique charm is at stake.
We profile the life and works of master painter Eric Quah.
The implementation of minimum wage may not have much of an impact on income distribution, but are wages reflecting productivity?
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