Bad Weather In Penang, Three Flights Diverted

GEORGE TOWN, Nov 4 – Three flights which were scheduled to land at the Penang International Airport had to turn back to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and diverted to Langkawi International Airport due to bad weather today. Penang International Airport senior manager Ramzi Ahmad said the three flights, including one

Trump Admin Sued Over Stalling To Protect Sea Turtles

MIAMI, Nov 4 – A US environmental group filed suit Friday against the Donald Trump administration for allegedly stalling on a deal to protect sea turtles from getting trapped in shrimp nets. Oceana relaunched its lawsuit against the US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross — who also heads the US Fisheries Service —

British PM’s Party Suspends MP Over ‘Serious Allegations’

LONDON, Nov 4 – Britain’s ruling Conservatives suspended an MP Friday over unspecified “serious allegations”, as Prime Minister Theresa May announced a new party code of conduct in response to a growing sexual harassment scandal. The action was taken against lawmaker Charlie Elphicke “following serious allegations that have been referred to the

Flash Floods Hit Penang Again

GEORGE TOWN, Nov 4 –  Still reeling from the massive Sept 15 floods, several areas in Penang were once again inundated by flash floods which reportedly reached up to 0.5 metres and uprooted trees as continuous heavy rain and strong winds lasted more than five hours today. The incessant rain

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