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The retractable wheelchair is a welcome device for those with mobility difficulties.
It began as a support network for women living away from home.
Events March 2017
From cash handouts to tax cuts, we analyse how Budget 2016 affects all tiers of household income.
George Town Festival 2015's opening performance promises to be something quite different (yet familiar).
Taking care of a child with autism can be an uphill task, but Alina Gooi takes things in her stride.
Government officials insist that Malaysia is not a welfare state, but taking a look at its policies, one might think otherwise.
Without proper civic consciousness, we cannot truly be proud of our cities.
Penang's traffic woes can be alleviated by walking, but are there adequate quality facilities for pedestrians?
The inaugural Penang Economic Conference takes a look at the region’s global economical potential and challenges that come with progress.
An analysis of the promises given by the Penang and Selangor state governments in their respective manifestos.
George Town starts Asia’s first ever Business Improvement District Scheme.
Penang Institute hosts the inaugural Conference of the Asean Coalition for Clean Governance.
In the spirit of International Women's Day, Penang Monthly is featuring 16 exceptional women who have had a profound impact on the community around them.
When it comes to welfare aid, who is getting what and why? And why should these questions matter?
The competition for the highly skilled occurs between cities more than between countries.
The Penang and Selangor state governments have recently tabled their budgets. Tricia Yeoh takes a look at them.
Disabled persons can still contribute to the nation’s economy, if we let them.
A young family with special needs is getting by, thanks to new teaching methods and programmes.
For all of Penang’s tourist attractions, the lack of accessibility for disabled tourists is troubling.