Tag: Penang Legislative Assembly
For the first time, the Penang assembly will have two federal ministers as backbenchers.
Penang governor urges civil servants to be courageous to protect the good name of the service and oppose power abuse that could cause revenue loss.
BN man demands Exco to stop chastising the party and calls him an ingrate for forgetting what Umno and BN had done for the country.
Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng says using Sosma on Maria Chin is such a 'lembap' (weak) move as she did not hurt anyone and was just helping to save Malaysia.
The disabled woman says she has exhausted all avenues to seek a solution as strangers renting the unit make a lot of noise and are a threat to her safety.
This warning comes after deputy speaker cancels debate session as no assemblyman seemed interested in taking part.
The BN government was the first to sell land on the former penal island, he says.
After Rafizi Ramli's 18-month jail sentence, PKR veep Shamsul Iskandar Md Akin says he could suffer a similar fate in court on Thursday.
RM220 million allocated for flood mitigation projects in state's Budget 2017 announcement made by chief minister.
DAP's Teh Lai Heng suggests increasing current RM2 million imposed on foreigners buying shophouses, as they evict traditional trades and quadruple rent in George Town.
Reclamation project takes the limelight in busy week for legislators as debates ranged from serious issues to quirky and odd moments.
Penang Opposition bloc says it didn't support DAP-led government's motion on reclamation, but Penang Assembly Speaker Law Choo Kiang insists it was an unanimous decision.
All Penang reclamation projects to be shelved until environmental study allows it in unanimous late night decision in Penang Legislative Assembly.
State Freedom of Information Chairman P Ramasamy says not all information requested subject to non-disclosure requirements and the rules will be reviewed regularly.
Universiti Sains Malaysia will manage new gallery to preserve the Guar Kepah historical site dating back 5,000 years.
Islamic religious school and kindergarten teachers to receive bonus as well.
Company chosen to build workers' dormitory in Juru is a reputable firm from Singapore and has experience running dormitories in Johor, says Penang Exco Jagdeep Singh Deo.
Accidents involving cars would be very high if there were at-grade trains in Penang, says Exco Chow Kon Yeow.
PKR lawmaker claims company records show its financials were in the red at the time of bidding for a workers' dormitory on mainland Penang in 2014.
Teluk Bahang assemblyman Shah Headan Ayoob Hussain Shah says DAP’s P Ramasamy has insulted the Islamic preacher and points out that Zakir was conferred the Tokoh Maal Hijrah award by the King.
Pedestrians and cars are being made "target practice" by crows in Macalister Road, says DAP's Teh Lai Heng.
Penang Opposition leader accuses Pakatan state government of dilly-dallying over listing Pulau Jerejak as a national park.
Penang DAP explains proposal to limit term of office removed on instruction from the late Karpal Singh due to conflict with Westminster parliamentary system.
Penang CM says imposing a travel ban on government critics is one step closer towards making Malaysia a dictator state.
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