Four traffic police officers receive RM250 from the state gov't for heroics after a truck crash.
CM claims Chinese media reporters hounded his family and press team on whether he met with an accident.
The MCA deputy president provides the media with an audio recording of his press conference.
'This is only the fourth day of Chinese New Year, please stop lying,' he tells MCA deputy president.
Judge also orders that RM135k be paid to Tan Kok Ping over article linking tycoon to CM's car.
State gov't is increasingly acting like a drowning person grasping at straws, says Eric See-To.
LETTER | Great strides made in recent years which the state gov't wants to build on in 2018.
Deputy minister should be sympathetic instead of blaming Vasanthapiriya, CM says.
LETTER | No point rebutting allegations about Penang transport projects, until minister clears up 'lies' against state gov't.
LETTER | CRCC has only received a paltry amount of the payment they were promised.
Minister claims Penang CM misled state assembly on role of undersea tunnel’s main contractor.
Penang CM rebuts Najib's claim about 'wasteful' tunnel, reminds PM about presence at MoU signing in 2011.
Is Guan Eng aware that BUCG does not own 10 percent of Zenith shares, Wee Ka Siong asks.
Lim refuses to admit he lied despite the 'abundance of documented proof' I have shown, the minister adds.
Guan Eng again urges MCA leader to prove how he lied about construction firm in tunnel project.
We have always maintained that CRCC is the project's main contractor, the Penang CM adds.
If the project proceeds and becomes a reality, it will be the end of BN, says Penang CM.
State BN chair says figures given by CM and state exco on size of land differ by two acres.
PKR-sec-gen Saifuddin Nasution says such incidents are isolated, won't affect inter-party morale.
'We wanted to start work on the project but got sabotaged, so we do not know whether this project will go on,' says the Penang CM.
Guan Eng shows proof tunnel agreements are stamped, legally binding.
In the latest instalment of the tunnel tit-for-tat, an educational robot is roped in.
It is a political witch-hunt when they question a project done in a transparent matter, he adds.
MCA deputy president responds to CM's 'lecturer and student' jibe in undersea tunnel debate.
The MCA vice-president is diverting public attention, he adds.
He says 'acknowledgement of commitment' signed with CRCC is not a legally binding agreement.
Guan Eng points to commission springing to action over leaks in Johor housing scandal.
He will disprove the 'mudslinging' allegations tomorrow, the Penang CM says.
Lim tells Wee Ka Siong even he can invest, and it wouldn't affect the project's viability.
'I hope he doesn't wiggle out of it,' says the Penang CM.