PENANG DUN | PKR Kebun Bunga calls for a review of massive transport plan, gets bashed for bias towards island residents.
COMMENT | But the federal government maintains the Penang undersea tunnel is not feasible, it seems.
Lim's lawyer brands the Gerakan leader's rants 'childish' and 'naive'.
The commission absolves Abdul Azeez Rahim after reviewing seized project documents.
CM says he will not apologise to the Baling MP for linking the latter to the controversial tunnel project.
This after Lim accused Wee of trying to run down the Penang government over the tunnel project.
The man allegedly received RM3m to stop probing the RM6.3b mega-project.
State gov't is increasingly acting like a drowning person grasping at straws, says Eric See-To.
If MCA minister continues like this, the tunnel issue won't be resolved till next year, laments Penang CM.
The company filed the suit in 2016 against PCM veep Huan Cheng Guan and Utusan Melayu.
'If we did not send an application, how can we obtain a DEIA approval?' asks state exco Chow Kon Yeow.
Both the tunnel and paired highways projects should be publicly audited, says the Kepala Batas MP.
LETTER | And as a member of the Penang state gov't, I have every right to defend its policies.
State exco slams the Penang BN chief for using contrasting amounts in statements on undersea project.
Azam Baki confirms fourth detention in probe, over allegedly forged feasibility study documents.
Engineer to be remanded for five days to assist in undersea tunnel project probe in Penang.
KINIGUIDE | Politics aside, here are the facts behind MACC's ongoing probe into the mega-project.
Penang CM 'advises' anti-graft body to prevent any perception that its probe is driven by 'fake news'.
ADUN SPEAKS | MACC more keen to tackle fictitious enemies than those who commit colossal crimes.
UPDATED 10.55PM | Reporters who went on a stakeout were treated to coffee by Guan Eng instead.
According to a source, the documents need to be scrutinised because the deal looks suspicious.
Fadillah Yusof smashes Chow Kon Yeow's justification that the RM177.5m payment was not overpriced.
We are waiting for the action to be taken to court because we have nothing to hide, insists Penang CM.
The Penang CM first praised the firm, now it's being dropped, will there be another U-turn? it asks.
Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng says he failed to grasp the Works Ministry's logic on the matter.
Its acting Youth chief says Penang gov't trying to gag him on the undersea tunnel project.