Tag: Batu Ferringhi
The worker recalls seeing the landslide which buried four of his workmates alive at a resort in Batu Ferringhi.
City engineer says all activities at the resort have been ordered to stop until the council has obtained advice and recommendations on public safety.
USM's Associate Prof Ahmad Hilmy Abdul Hamid says vibrations from passing heavy vehicles could weaken the earth and road foundations at the site of the landslide in Batu Ferringhi.
Work to take three to four weeks to ensure both lanes of Jalan Batu Ferringhi are safe to use.
The resort owner has also been issued a stop-work order and told to cordon off the affected area.
The only decent road to Batu Ferringhi is reduced to one lane.
Meenakshi Raman says the construction site should have been monitored by the authorities, especially given that no permission was obtained for the work.
Authorities say the construction work was carried out without permission from the local council.
This comes after 20 were killed in two landslide incidents at construction sites on the island over the past 20 months.
City council inquiry decides to suspend beach sports operator pending police probe.
His family, from Selangor, had gone to Penang for the school holidays.
River in Tanjung Bungah turns muddy following landslide on high land upstream.
Residents unhappy with non-committal stance taken by DAP’s Tanjung Bungah candidate.
American hotel chain enters an already competitive hotel industry in Penang by opening its first DoubleTree Resort in Malaysia.
Tourists at Batu Ferringhi mourn the death of female dog Butcho who allegedly died after being caught and tranquilised by Penang Island City Council officers.
DoE gives conditional approval to project, state government to start off with bypass from Tanjung Bungah to Teluk Bahang.
Undang-undang sedia ada tidak mewajibkan pemilik tanah mendedahkan rancangan pembinaan, justeru tidak diwajibkan untuk menempatkan semula penduduk atau memberi bayaran ex-gratia.
Landowners are going straight to court to avoid paying compensation to residents, says state opposition leader Jahara Hamid.
PM allocates RM10 million for housing project next to the village while state government to expedite housing plans.
Politicians lobby the landowner of a Malay village comprising 500 residents to spare them from being evicted.
Northeast district police chief ACP Anuar Omar said the baby girl was found wrapped in cloth and left by a garbage bin at the food court.
The ringgit's slide may have discouraged overseas travel, but new tourist attractions on the island may also explain the increase in the number of domestic tourists.
The sea outfalls offer a great view of Penang's northern seas.
Government hopes the RM2.1 million minimal maintenance filtration system will ensure cleaner water in the Sungai Satu in Batu Ferringhi.
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