Anak Pinang says such projects will boost the economy and hone the state's competitive edge.
The state police chief says they are working with their Philippine counterparts to trace missing trio.
They won't fish for one day to protest against the three-island project.
This will include ex-gratia payments, upskilling, housing and a new jetty for fishermen.
Petition to be submitted to Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad by 40 groups against the project which they say will affect the livelihood of over 5,000 fishermen.
Reclamation and offshore sand mining have affected both the livelihood and health of coastal fishermen.
Fishermen say Penang’s fresh seafood at stake in reclamation race.
Fishermen’s association calls on Penang government to cancel reclamation off Butterworth.
Task force to collect data on all waterways in the state to allow for comparison tests.
They urge southern coastal fishermen to oppose three-island project or seek a better deal to ensure a better future for themselves.
Vietnamese and Chinese ships have been in a weeks-old standoff near an offshore oil block.
Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow says Putrajaya could consider taking over major roads and transit projects under the state's transport masterplan.
Afif Bahardin shows how many meetings were held with fishermen, after activist disputes 4,733 "engagements".
They say the chief minister misinterpreted their discussion during a meeting on May 31.
Anti-reclamation group Penang Tolak Tambak scoffs at executive councillor's claim as being mathematically highly improbable.
They claim foreign fishermen using local licences are affecting their livelihoods.
For both locals and climate experts, declining fish numbers reflect a combination of environmental change and overfishing that augurs ill for the future.
Chow Kon Yeow says he will provide the PKR president with greater details of the Penang South Reclamation project.
The PKR president says he will bring their complaints to the attention of the government.
It's not a demand for compensation or a stand against development, but a call to protect the rights of fishermen and to safeguard the environment.
Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow says the state government will study the concerns and demands of the fishermen over the three islands reclamation project.
Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow says the Penang government will be holding fresh talks with the fishermen affected by the reclamation.
Agriculture minister Salahuddin Ayub says the federal government is awaiting more reports and feedback on the state government's proposal to create three man-made islands.
They say fish bombing occurs in open sea and when patrol boats are not around.