Not easy to be awarded heritage status, not easy to be delisted, says George Town World Heritage Incorporated general manager.
City councillor questions motives of Penang Forum and attacks academic credibility of fellow councillor Lim Mah Hui.
A complaint letter by NGO Penang Forum to Unesco may lead to delisting of George Town's World Heritage Site status, says heritage agency.
Penang CM Lim Guan Eng accuses English daily of trying to pit him against NGOs over his criticism on Sia Boey archaeological site.
Khoo Salma says proposal for rent control is too vague about protecting city life while Mark Lay says to take the best from cities such as Berlin
Residents lament lack of care and conservation as popular family picnic spot turns into a dump site and haven for foreigners and drug addicts.
With only one troupe still carrying on, culture department plans to start an apprentice programme for youth so that the cultural heritage will be preserved and passed on
5,000 buildings will be governed by stringent development rules to protect heritage site, says Penang Government.
Rent control will protect traditional trades in Penang's capital city from going extinct, says George Town Heritage Action group.
Rampant development, new transport plan, and lack of land ownership by residents are contributing factors, says USM professor.
While heritage sites and natural landscapes should be preserved, it is unfair to insist that development in Penang be completely halted for nostalgic reasons.
Three women of Bidayuh sub-tribe and a musician to perform traditional dances at festival of the indigenous.
Gerakan says Penang Government must ensure heritage value of properties remains protected.
Tribal call for community to convene is adopted by chief minister as one of his favourite expressions.
Old Johannian Sultan Nazrin says ministry agreed to request for SMK St John to revert to original name.
Penang DAP leader takes the Federal Government to task for not prioritising the preservation of the historical site, opening it to abuse and demolition instead.
More changes taking place as landmark shops in central KL fade away with the times.
City agrees with Penang Forum activists to bring charges under planning act for future hill-clearing offences.
George Town World Heritage Inc seeking an amicable solution to the issue.
Executive councillor Chow challenged to state whether Runnymede should be conserved.
Party vice-chairman Kula Segaran urges trustees to listen to the people who want site preserved and to discuss with the community their money problems.
After Runnymede demolitions, Penang state government accused of trying to evade responsibility.
They seem more interested in profit from commercial complex with little regard for cultural heritage.
NGO raises questions over the heritage conservation efforts of the Penang state government.