Martin Jalleh congratulates Penangites for standing firm in rejecting vote-buying tactics ahead of the general election.
While the BN threw parties to buy our votes, Penangites were wise enough not to buy into their dirty tricks, reports Pro-change.
A mammoth crowd of Penangites gathered in Padang Kota Lama, George Town on 3 May 2013. Our roving photographer was at the scene.
Who are the so-called 1Malaysia Penang Welfare Club and 1Malaysia Brothers Club organising free concerts, dinners and lucky draws in Penang, wonders Francis Loh.
The Attorney General’s opposition to the Penang state government’s application for leave to allow 1.6m Penangites to choose their own councillors proves again that the BN opposes local government elections and democracy, says Lim Guang Eng.
The Penang Forum Steering Committee has pointed out that it is not wrong for parties affected by property development to seek out-of-court settlements.
Psy is actually making fun of people who are so materialistic and obsessed with a worldy life-style while being cut off from the rest of society. Doesn’t that remind us of our ruling elite, asks Anil Netto.
Penang has in Ismail Hashim and Ooi Cheng Ghee two black-and-white photographers par excellence, writes Cecil Rajendra.
Choo Sing Chye gets a sense of deja vu when he hears the BN talking about its big plans for Penang should it recapture the state.
At a time when the poor could afford to buy a RM25000 house 14 years ago, the BN adminstration in Penang built only 2926 such homes, notes Choo Sing Chye.