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Who is really benefitting from BN’s economic model?
We are living in the age of ideas, and the age of possibilities.
With an estimated RM808mil economic impact, business events in Penang are big business.
Paving the way for the next developmental stage.
The spirit of Asean solidarity during times of crisis.
When “good news” and “goodies” in Budget 2017 might all just be hot air.
We explore Malaysia’s pension fund, which collects a staggering RM5bil per month.
Seberang Perai is undergoing massive transformation – but not without its own unique challenges.
The Penang Development Corporation has paved the way for progress since the 1970s.
After a five-year hiatus, the Football Association of Penang returns to the top flight.
Malaysia makes a bold move in joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). It will change the game for many Malaysian companies.
Editor Ooi Kee Beng chats with Marina Mahathir about what it means to be Malaysian today.
The consequences of an overly centralised state are alarming.
Say goodbye to social, political and financial stability, and economic growth.
We examine the finances of Malaysia's states, from richest to poorest and everything in between.
The World Animal Groove Festival, organised by the Sarawak Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, has Kuchingites walking and rocking for a good cause.
A highly centralised government has certain drawbacks, but can decentralising the management of public goods result in a better Malaysia?
Did you know that Penang had its rst show of political protest in 1800? For this month and the next, we delve into a two-part history of local elections in Penang.
While our education system has yet to shift its focus to Science, Technology, English and Mathematics (STEM), learning centres fill the gap.
The stakes are high in the highway business. We reveal who owns what.
Capital flight is an emotional term, but what exactly does it mean?
Pamela Nowicka offers some tips on how to lead a healthy, greener lifestyle.
The government’s spending habits have always been a major issue and this year’s budget, disappointingly, is no different.
Penang Institute studies the potential impact of GST on the national economy and the common man.
Housing maintenance in Penang needs some crucial restructuring and rethinking.
Indonesia’s rapid growth rate may be impressive, but is it sustainable?
In trying to satisfy everyone, how much will the latest budget strain our resources? Penang Monthly takes a look at Budget 2013 and its viability.
TalentCorp and Otak-Otak were formed to try and stem the nation's brain drain problem. How have they fared so far?
Making a city liveable is no easy matter