The state government rakes in RM7.7 billion despite a slowdown hitting the rest of the country.
'Cowardice' of the chief minister contravenes DAP's past criticism of MCA, says Ti Lian Ker.
Useful reforms are made, like giving ICs to stateless Indians, says Penang CM.
UPDATED 8.30PM | Wan Ji Wan Husin is detained after he delivers Friday sermon in Seberang Perai.
Both are potential targets, Penang CM says, but only one has been cancelled.
Rizal Mansor tells Lim to respect the DAP constitution and relinquish his secretary-general post.
Penang CM wants the commission to act in the same manner as it did against his exco Phee Boon Poh.
Lim also says the ROS decision is 'unjustified and unnecessary'.
This is because the coming re-election will void his 2012 election as sec-gen, for the third time.
This comes from the same parties calling him and his father cousins of Chin Peng, says Guan Eng.
On a Bernama report quoting Zambry Abd Kadir as saying Lim wanted to create conflict between religions.
Zambry Abd Kadir responds to the Penang CM's tweet today on Umno's ties with China.
Does this mean his remarks on the Peel Avenue land deal are not defamatory, wonders Jason Loo.
Sec-gen says party can attract support on its own merits, no need for compulsion.
This is to address drink driving concerns, and to keep up with the 'current trend' in Germany, says organiser.
And the media, on its part, must expose the person who tried to bribe him, Lim Guan Eng adds.
Penang CM makes this call when referring to the PM’s response to complaints about GST.
He claims the media gave the impression that only Penang was flooded.
UPDATED 4.00PM | Chief minister stresses payment is one-off and will not set a precedent.
Wee Ka Siong turns the clock back to when Penang CM vowed to solve the floods in Pahang.
It has been a norm for state gov’t leaders to get the minister’s okay to visit schools, says state education head.
Guan Eng's legal officer says he never 'bullied' Norlela Ariffin.
Penang CM wants to know why the Education Ministry barred him from visiting the school in Sg Lembu.
Commission says the matter has been referred to the AG for further action.
Be political life-changers, economic game-changers, Penang CM urges in National Day message.
Federal gov't asked to assess Penang South Reclamation project on technical, not political grounds.
MACC says will consider legal action after CM failed to apologise before the 48-hour deadline.
According to Ti Lian Ker, the DAP secretary-general's statement is a sign of desperation.
Lim's remarks about Phee Boon Poh's 'illegal' detention are justified, says Bukit Gelugor MP.
If the chief minister fails to do so, the commission says it will take action against him.