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It was a public park like no other in the country.
Paving the way for the next developmental stage.
A little ode to the school that has shaped generations of Penangites.
The Penang Skills Development Centre transforms Penang's workforce.
A look at the state's economic growth over the past five years.
It was no easy matter pushing for tertiary-level education in colonial Malaya.
It can take a long time for higher education to pay off.
A home, as well as hope, for abandoned and abused children in Penang.
Forecast for the Malaysian and Penang economy for the second half of the year.
As labour demand increases, labour supply struggles to catch up.
Fundamental reforms are required in sustainable student support.
Our public universities struggle to catch up with the rest of Asia. With the recent budget cut, what options do they have left in trying to regain former glory?
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng talks about shaping a progressive economic policy in Penang that is investment-led, inclusive and sustainable.
Resourcefulness and versatility are key traits of the folks in Ba Kelalan.
Penang invests in people taking risks in the region’s newest industry
What are Penang's successful private education institutions doing right?
A slew of investments has Penang's manufacturing sector looking peachy, but strategic investments are required if local companies are to stay ahead.
While our education system has yet to shift its focus to Science, Technology, English and Mathematics (STEM), learning centres fill the gap.
The inaugural Penang Economic Conference takes a look at the region’s global economical potential and challenges that come with progress.
How has the Ministry of Education tried to reduce the education gap between rural and urban schools?
What role will diversity play in Malaysia's education system?
Tricia Yeoh takes a closer look at the Penang and Selangor state budgets.
Horst Rosenmueller chats about moving to Penang, and leadership.
PEM takes an in-depth look at the Penang Water Supply Corporation and reveals how this public-private partnership has thrived and become a model for the rest of the nation.
In spite of the waning appeal of basic certification programmes, they are still vital to the manufacturing sector.
Disabled persons can still contribute to the nation’s economy, if we let them.
Introducing PSDC 3.0 - designed to support a new era of human capital development.