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The race to register new voters is on!
We go behind the scenes at the 12th Penang Legislative Assembly.
This month, we profile an internationally-respected anthropologist, and chat with her about Malay society in the 1970s.
There is hope yet for the long-ignored Butterworth.
The Penang Botanic Gardens have been making the news lately – all for the wrong reasons.
Crime rates are exploding throughout the nation, and Malaysians continue to live in fear
The George Town World Heritage Office is set to win the hearts and minds of tourists and Penangites.
Malaysia can still raise its productivity and compete in the global economy.
A quick summary of the New Economic Model.
Penang’s bird artists lament the decrease in the island’s bird population.
How to read the 2009 Bank Negara Report.
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