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The rise and fall of Penang’s spice trade.
The federal government is set to privatise solid waste management. What does this mean for Penang?
An early 20th century Chinese woman’s charity has been all but forgotten, until now.
Many of our architectural artifacts are found outside George Town
Penang joins nine other Asian cities in a pledge to promote sustainable transportation.
February and March were exciting times at SERI, culminating in eine kleine nachtmusik.
Where has all the good Penang fiction gone?
Why local government elections need to make a comeback.
The time has come for the centralism that characterises Malaysian politics to disperse.
PEM chats with a Penangite raised overseas about her identity.
PSDC is offering on-the-job training for new workers to meet the growing demands of the halal industry.
Penang holds an unnoticed attraction for the artist diaspora.
Penang’s future remains with the manufacturing sector.
Introducing the first ever newspaper to be published in South-East Asia.
Pilot Studies for a New Penang considers the way forward.
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