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.
Penang CM says action was only taken against illegal structures built after 2008, the year they came to power.
YOURSAY | 'Had MO1 been Guan Eng, he would now be serving time in Sungai Buloh.'
How is a letter informing local authorities of state policies an abuse of power, asks Guan Eng.
EULOGY | Kerk Kim Hock taught Lim Guan Eng the ropes during their student activism days at Monash.
Penang CM tells the minister that the state has managed its finances competently.
MP SPEAKS | Minister claims BN has evidence that the Penang gov't sold or traded RM37 bil worth of state assets since coming to power in 2008.
The commission says the Court of Appeal's decision will not affect its charges against the Penang CM.
UPDATED 5.01PM | Guan Eng succeeds in bid to strike out law which requires accused to file defence before trial.
The CM responds to state opposition leader's complaint that BN leaders were not invited to the pledge signing event with MACC today.
Liang Teck Meng echoes Rahman Dahlan in asking the CM to give the 'real picture' about the state's water restructuring agreement with Putrajaya.
Penang Umno Youth chief Rafizal Abdul Rahim gave a memorandum to MACC after the signing ceremony.
Guan Eng reads out the pledge loudly as MACC chief Dzulkifli witnessed the signing ceremony.
UPDATED 5.17PM | Rahman Dahlan says that 95 percent of the state's debt reduction was made possible by the federal gov't.
Guan Eng says the Span chairperson cannot use his position for political advantage.
The CM should stop 'hiding behind the Penang water company' on the state tariff issue, says Liang Teck Meng.
The state will wait for MACC chief commissioner Dzulkifli to be available next week, says CM.
CM asks how lawsuit can be filed over a critique of past government.
Lim Guan Eng also says it is puzzling why MACC refuses to accept the suggestion to include asset declarations into the pledge.
This suit is for Lim's claim that Gerakan under former head Koh Tsu Koon sold state land for RM1 per sq foot.
Liang Teck Meng takes on the Penang CM.
It is up to states to voluntarily reach out to MACC to sign it, stresses chief commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad.
CM claims the Gerakan leader behaved unprofessionally when he used his gov't position to score 'political points'.
The chief minister wants the state gov't's 10 recommendations to be included in the anti-graft body's pledge.
The party, adds its sec-gen, wants to discuss the order for it to conduct the fresh CEC elections.
UPDATED 2.19PM | Justice Idrus Harun makes the decision after an oral application by lawyers for Lim and Phang Li Koon.
He questions Gerakan's five-year delay in launching a defamation suit against him.
MACC did not ask the Penang government to participate in its integrity pledge, says Air Itam assemblyperson.
The court, however, upheld the High Court's decision that Berita Harian had defamed the CM.