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Growth may await Penang in the short term, but adapting to Industry 4.0 has to happen now.
What has food got to do with politics?
A glance at gastronomic figures.
For young Malaysians, it is not so hard to imagine a united society.
At over a century old, Penang's Botanic Gardens have an illustrious past.
The stage is set for Penang's business events sector to soar.
Our society is ill-equipped to understand and react to mental health disorders – sometimes at a great cost.
Affordable and good healthcare; shelter and comfort: it’s time to address the realities of growing old in Malaysia.
Meet Penang's urban bovines and their handlers.
For 60 years, the Dindings district in Perak was governed by Penang.
Education is more than exams; it's also about developing skills and ideas required for both the digital economy and students' individual well-being. Why is Malaysia still behind in this?
Medical care services and public health allocations suffered budget reductions – and we should be worried.
The federal government’s murky budgeting practices have serious consequences.
Looking past the handouts, we see a bleak reality.
When “good news” and “goodies” in Budget 2017 might all just be hot air.
With an international market worth trillions of dollars, Penang is actively tapping into the highly lucrative halal business. But as with any thriving industry, it is not without its own unique set of challenges.
The Global Halal Industry in Malaysia and Penang
The Malaysian Parliament today has been reduced to a token – and parliamentary reforms are badly needed.
We explore Malaysia’s pension fund, which collects a staggering RM5bil per month.
Striking a balance is the rationale of the Penang Transport Master Plan.
For a public transport system to succeed, both pull and push factors are needed.
Convenience stores double as charity portals to feed disadvantaged minors.
International schools have doubled in number over the past five years. We explore why.
From cash handouts to tax cuts, we analyse how Budget 2016 affects all tiers of household income.
Malaysia is vulnerable to falling commodity prices and the possibility of the US increasing its interest rates.
They draw crowds and provide a platform for local talents, but just how economically beneficial are festivals?
We trace Bukit Mertajam's rise in the mid-20th century.