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This old suburb has shaken off its rough-and-tumble image, and is ready to become a dynamic township of the future.
What has food got to do with politics?
Progress shown from socio-economic facets.
The state government takes active measures to house as many as possible who wish to live in Penang.
Who do we want in our backyard?
The stage is set for Penang's business events sector to soar.
Affordable and good healthcare; shelter and comfort: it’s time to address the realities of growing old in Malaysia.
Folks at Kampung Tanjung Tokong take the changing landscape in their stride.
When it comes to the property market, the Sandwich Generation faces a dilemma.
The Penang Property Summit is worth a visit for potential house buyers and stakeholders alike.
Penang's property landscape is both diverse and dynamic.
The enchanting – and ever expanding – township has apace and charm of its own.
Looking past the handouts, we see a bleak reality.
One repairs trishaws, the other pedals them. Both share uncertain futures in an industry on the wane.
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.
From affordable housing to quaint homestays and getting in touch with nature and the land, the township is undergoing an interesting revival.
Liveability is more than just making it to the top of a list; it is about ensuring quality of life is available to every spectrum of society.
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng talks about shaping a progressive economic policy in Penang that is investment-led, inclusive and sustainable.
Lorong Cheapside is a treasure trove for hardware and DIY enthusiasts, and a lingering reminder of George Town's working class days.
The Hars have been making traditional votive paper flowers in George Town for over 70 years. Soon-Tzu Speechley documents their story, and that of the city's doubled-edged gentrification.
While many governments are moving towards renewable energy sources, Malaysia seems bent on going nuclear.
Heritage is not only about preserving an old building's infrastructure. It's also about preserving the intangibles.
The future of property development is green, according to Dr Lee Ville.
Rising prices of properties call for housing policy interventions. 55 Penang Palette
The government’s spending habits have always been a major issue and this year’s budget, disappointingly, is no different.
Shared equity models may be the way to go for Malaysia.
An analysis of the promises given by the Penang and Selangor state governments in their respective manifestos.