Penang Gerakan wonder why buildings to be demolished before approval of Island Hospital expansion.
Unlike DAP, Gerakan knows there are proper avenues and times for politicking, says veep Dominic Lau.
Lim also derides Gerakan for not saying a word about the 1MDB scandal.
Dominic Lau accuses Nga of malicious intent for linking the 1MDB scandal to the ongoing SEA Games.
State BN chair Teng Chang Yeow has been chosen to challenge the DAP adviser, says Gerakan.
Gerakan man presents satellite evidence that allegedly shows the factory becoming more 'visible' since DAP took Penang in 2008.
The Penang CM urges the previous Gerakan-led government to state their position on the matter.
The party is optimistic of Chinese support increasing beyond 30 pct, from only 13.4 pct in GE13.
Andy Yong says he finds nothing 'prejudicial to public order' as claimed.
This suit is for Lim's claim that Gerakan under former head Koh Tsu Koon sold state land for RM1 per sq foot.
He questions Gerakan's five-year delay in launching a defamation suit against him.
The G'kan Youth chief foretells Harapan's leader, by who holds the microphone during the line-up unveiling.
UPDATED 4.36PM | They want Lim to apologise formally and without condition through a press conference, within three days.
We are waiting for the action to be taken to court because we have nothing to hide, insists Penang CM.
Gerakan's Tan Keng Liang challenges Nik Nazmi to table a proposal to waive at the upcoming S'gor exco meeting.
Dominic Lau says this in reference to Chow Kon Yeow's comment about the Penang government's project.
UPDATED 5.50PM | Vice-president Dominic Lau says the party’s legal bureau is currently studying the matter.
Penang Gerakan's claim to save PKR from DAP's alleged 'bullying' fails to impress.
Tan's Facebook post has vindicated Gerakan's claims about overdevelopment in Penang, Dominic Lau says.
President Mah Siew Keong said 45 candidates were identified comprising new and old faces.
Ng Wei Aik calls Gerakan, which made such claim, a 'headless, senseless, gutless, and shameless party'.
State government denies hiding information on the reclamation exercise.
The three agreements, inked during BN rule of Penang prior to 2008, are bound to a secrecy clause.
He says the clause was entered into contracts inked between the previous BN gov’t and developers.
Gerakan's Baljit Singh urges gov't to uphold and enforce its decision on unilateral conversion made in 2009.
UPDATED 10.15PM | Tan Keng Liang however won't explain his Twitter outburst over the Gov't Transformation Programme.
This is over the Splash deal on water restructuring exercise in Selangor.
State Gerakan launches its own logo competition called 'Love Penang, Save Penang' to counter the state government's campaign.
Chris Lee was referring to the 'Save Penang' campaign by Gerakan which criticised the reclamation works along Gurney Drive.
Gerakan makes it clear that the chief minister is not their sweetheart.