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09 di Bukit mertajam - Google Blog Search

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Info To Share: Karimah Mati Ditikam Tunang <b>Di Bukit Mertajam</b> P Pinang

Posted: 04 May 2011 06:01 PM PDT

Semlm kes tikam gadis 23 thn graduan UKM di Alor Setar Kedah, ni gadis 25 thn plak ditikam tunangnya di Bukit Mertajam P Pinang. Tunangnya tu dikatakan blk rumah slps tu dan meminum racun. Clueless, tak tau nk cakap apa bila berlaku perkara yg libatkan perasaan cmtu. Cuma simpati pd gadis tu, apa silapnya smp perlu ditikam smp mati. Begitu murah nyawa manusia diperlakukan begitu kejam. Takziah utk keluarga arwah. Al-Fatihah.

- Seorang wanita ditemui mati dipercayai ditikam oleh tunangnya di sebuah stesen minyak tempat wanita itu bekerja di Jalan Perusahaan Bukit Tengah di sini semalam. Mayat Karimah Jusuh, 25, ditemui oleh rakan sekerjanya dalam bilik persalinan di stesen minyak itu pada pukul 8 pagi.

"Mangsa ditikam di beberapa bahagian di perut, leher, dada dan tangan. Kami percaya kejadian itu bermotifkan cemburu," kata Timbalan Ketua Polis Pulau Pinang, Datuk Abdul Rahim Jaafar di sini semalam. Beliau berkata, selepas kejadian itu, tunang wanita berkenaan yang bekerja di sebuah kilang di Perai dikatakan pulang ke rumahnya di Mengkuang Mak Sulong dan meminum racun. Mengikut maklumat yang diterima, lelaki itu kini dirawat di Hospital Seberang Jaya. kosmo

-- Ratna Graduan UKM Mati Ditikam Di Bilik Sewa Di Tmn Mahkota Jln Stadium A Setar
-- (Gambar) Peragut Mati Tertonggeng Dlm Longkang
-- (Gambar) Kes Bunuh Fazlina Ahmad: Tertuduh Bt Seks Dgn Kekasih Dpn Almari Berisi Mayat Isteri
-- (Gambar) Fasha Sandha Berbikini Di Bali.. Phewiittt!!!!!

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09 di Batu Ferringhi - Google Blog Search

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Hard Rock Hotel Penang @ <b>Batu Ferringhi</b>, Penang | TravelingApe.com

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 09:47 PM PDT

Hard Rock Hotel PenangHard Rock Hotel Penang is the ultimate destination during our short trip to Penang. Hard Rock Hotel is an expansion of Hard Rock Cafe bar-restaurant chain. Currently, Hard Rock Hotel Penang, which opened its doors on September 19, 2011, is the only Hard Rock Hotel in Malaysia.

As Hard Rock Cafe is known for its collection of rock and roll memorabilia, Hard Rock Hotel Penang does not fall short of that as it is filled with rock and roll memorabilia all over its premises.

Seaview Deluxe

We stayed in a Seaview Deluxe under "Anything You Want (You Got It!)" package. And because we booked the room in advance, we paid MYR 570 only (not including tax) as we got 43% off the rack rates! The package included breakfast for 2 persons at Starz Diner, MYR 100 voucher redeemable at Hard Rock Cafe, Pizzeria, Starz Diner, The Shack, Lobby Lounge, Rock Shop and Rock Spa.

Below is the break down of our stay: -

King-sized Bed in Hard Rock Hotel Penang
King-sized Bed in Hard Rock Hotel Penang

The Beatles Poster on the bedroom wall
The Beatles Poster on the bedroom wall

Toilet @ Seaview Deluxe Room, Hard Rock Hotel Penang
Toilet @ Seaview Deluxe Room, Hard Rock Hotel Penang

Bathroom @ Seaview Deluxe Room, Hard Rock Hotel Penang
Bathroom @ Seaview Deluxe Room, Hard Rock Hotel Penang

Shower stall
Shower stall

Toiletries
Toiletries

32-inch LCD screen HD Ready TV with satellite channels
32-inch LCD screen HD Ready TV with satellite channels

Coffee & tea making facilities
Coffee & tea making facilities

Mini-bar
Mini-bar

Wardrobe
Wardrobe

Study desk
Study desk

"Anything You Want (You Got It!)" vouchers
"Anything You Want (You Got It!)" vouchers

Armchair
Armchair

Swimming Pool

Stunning view of Hard Rock Hotel Penang from our hotel room
Stunning view of Hard Rock Hotel Penang from our hotel room

Water slides
Water slides

Jezebelle sitting near the swimming pool
Jezebelle sitting near the swimming pool

Jezebelle only dared to swim near the drain
Jezebelle only dared to swim near the drain

For those who are afraid to go out to the open world, Hard Rock Hotel Penang has its own sands within its premises surrounding the swimming pool.

Jezebelle playing sands
Jezebelle playing sands

Jezebelle building a sand castle
Jezebelle building a sand castle

Jezebelle posing while playing with sands
Jezebelle posing while playing with sands

Jezebelle petting a toy dog near the water slides
Jezebelle petting a toy dog near the water slides

Lil' Rock Kids Club

Lil' Rock Kids Club
Lil' Rock Kids Club

Lil' Rock Kids Club is an indoor playhouse for little kids aged 4-12 years old.

Jezebelle playing the slide at Lil' Rock Kids Club
Jezebelle playing the slide at Lil' Rock Kids Club

Jezebelle riding on a wooden pony
Jezebelle riding on a wooden pony

Needless to say, this was the only other place which Jezebelle was looking forward to besides the swimming pool. It wasn't hard to coax her out of the swimming pool area to this place, but it wasn't easy at all to persuade her to leave Lil' Rock Kids Club!

Body Rock Gym

Body Rock Gym
Body Rock Gym

Gym with state-of-the-art equipment
Gym with state-of-the-art equipment

Body Rock Gym is a well-equipped gym with state-of-the-art equipment and stunning poolside view. It would be awesome to do workout in the gym. However, our intention in Hard Rock Hotel Penang was just to relax, therefore, we didn't allocate any time at all for the gym.

Rock Spa

Rock Spa
Rock Spa

Rock Spa is the place to be for services such as massages, body scrubs, body wraps, facials, manicure & pedicure and even hair removal.

Enjoy the sea view while getting pampered in the spa bungalow or in the beautifully decorated outdoor cabanas facing the sea.

Rock Spa was the only other place besides the Teens Club which we didn't have the opportunity to have a go at because we were busy looking after our toddler, who seemed to fully enjoy herself more than we did.

Other Water Sports Activities

There are other water sports activities available outside Hard Rock Hotel Penang premise run by a 3rd party operator such as jetskiing and paragliding. Pony ride and ATV are also available.

Paragliding
Paragliding

Pony ride
Pony ride

Jet skis
Jet skis

Memorabilia

Mosaic art of The Beatles
Mosaic art of The Beatles

Mosaic art of The Beatles outside Starz Diner
Mosaic art of The Beatles outside Starz Diner

Framed photo of the band "Kiss"
Framed photo of the band "Kiss"

At Night

Night view of Hard Rock Hotel Penang
Night view of Hard Rock Hotel Penang

Giant guitar in the front yard of Hard Rock Hotel Penang
Giant guitar in the front yard of Hard Rock Hotel Penang

Hard Rock Hotel neon lights with interchangeable colors
Hard Rock Hotel neon lights with interchangeable colors

Room Facilities

  • Spacious room size with a contemporary design
  • Double or single room configuration
  • Sleep Like a Rock® bedding with 300-thread count bed linen
  • Custom designed furniture
  • 32-inch LCD screen HD Ready TV with satellite channels
  • DVD/CD players
  • iPod docking station
  • 24 hours in-house movies
  • Wired and wireless internet access
  • Most rooms with balconies and seaviews
  • In-room safe
  • Minibar
  • Kiblat directional signage
  • Coffee & tea making facilities
  • Wardrobe area
  • Bathrobe and bedroom slippers
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Hairdryer
  • IDD telephone
  • Hansgermany rain showers
  • Daily complimentary English newspaper
  • Complimentary streaming music channels

Hotel Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Elevator
  • Baggage Storage
  • Air Conditioning
  • Lil' Rock Kids Club
  • Teen Club
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Body Rock Gym
  • Rock Spa
  • Hair Salon
  • Rock Shop
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Concierge Service

Overall, Hard Rock Hotel Penang is not just a top notch hotel, it's an exceptional world-class hotel with world-class facilities. Jezebelle loves the place, we absolutely love the hotel. Our stay will be an unforgettable experience that will surely stay in our hearts. We will definitely come back here again and again and again — whenever the opportunity arises.

Getting There

By Bus

  • Rapid Penang bus (No. 101) from the Komtar

Map


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Contact Information

Hard Rock Hotel Penang
Batu Ferringhi Beach,
11100 Penang, Malaysia
Phone: (604) 8811-711
Fax: (604) 8812-155

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09 di jelutong - Google Blog Search

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Petition against <b>Jelutong</b> waste transfer station | apartment <b>...</b>

Posted: 01 Jul 2011 09:33 PM PDT

Letter by The Spring JMB

Hi Apartment Penang,

I'm representing The Spring Condominium JMB. We would like to get assistance from your party to publish this petition regarding the proposed Jelutong Waste transfer station. We need everyone support against this proposal.
At the same time, i'd like to share the letter to the respective authority to oppose strongly on the proposed plan. Kindly see attached.

We appreciate your support on this petition for the benefit of the residence and our environment

http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/thespringjmc

Attention To :

1. Penang State Government
2. Penang Chief Minister & EXCO Members
3. Director of Penang Municipal Council (MPPP)
4. Director Department of Environment (DOE)
4. EUROASIA Express Sdn Berhad (Operator)
5. Kamaruddin Harun Consultants (Vendor)

WE are AGAINST the Proposed Jelutong Transfer station. It is a 'NO'!!!

Please do the right thing and put your signature down on the dotted line,
Let's say 'NO' to Jelutong rubbish transfer station in Jelutong area!

Online petition by :
The Spring Condominium
Joint Management Body

Attached with Letter to Authorities (below):-

Rujukan Kami:
Tarikh:

Yang Berhormat En Chow Kon Yeow
Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Kerajaan Tempatan, Pengurusan Lalulintas & Alam Sekitar
Pejabat Ahli Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan
Tingkat 52, KOMTAR
10503 Pulau Pinang

Yang Berhormat,

BANTAHAN TERHADAP CADANGAN PEMBINAAN STESEN PEMINDAHAN SISA PEPEJAL DI TAPAK PELUPUSAN SISA PEPEJAL, JELUTONG, DAERAH TIMUR LAUT, PULAU PINANG.

Lanjutan daripada perjumpaan penduduk-penduduk di sekitar Tapak Pelupusan Sisa Pepejal Jelutong bersama YB En Jeff Ooi, Ahli Parlimen Jelutong, YB En. Koid Teng Guan, ADUN Sungai Pinang, Wakil dari Majlis Perbandaran Pulau Pinang, Jurutera Perunding Kamaruddin dan Kontraktor, Eurasia Express Sdn Bhd pada 26hb Jun 2011 jam 11.00 pagi di Dewan Serbaguna, Kodominium The Spring, Jelutong, Pulau Pinang.

Kami mewakili penduduk yang tinggal di Kondominium The Spring, Jelutong, Pulau Pinang dengan ini membantah sekeras-kerasnya cadangan untuk membina sebuah Stesen Pemindahan Sisa Pepejal di tapak pelupusan sisa pepejal Jelutong yang berada berdekatan dengan kondominium kami ini.

Kami membantah cadangan pembinaan stesen pemindahan ini atas sebab berikut:-

i. Mengikut gunatanah sediada, kawasan sekitar tapak pelupusan sampah Jelutong adalah untuk kediaman;

ii. Kawasan sekeliling tapak pelupusan sisa pepejal Jelutong ini merupakan kawasan pesat pembangunan dan akan mengakibatkan keadaan kacau ganggu kepada trafik sediaada dengan kehadiran lori-lori pungutan sampah domestic dan sisa pukal; dan

iii. Stesen Pemindahan yang dicadangkan ini boleh dikategorikan sebagai sektor industri dan lokasinya tidak bersesuaian memandangkan terdapat kawasan kediaman kurang dari 500 meter dari tapak cadangan pembinaan tersebut serta berpotensi menghasilkan pencemaran air dan udara. ( Garispanduan Jabatan Alam Sekitar, sekurang-kurangnya 500 meter dari kediaman)

Bersama-sama ini kami juga sertakan petisyen bantahan pembinaan stesen pemindahan ini sebagai asas pertimbangan Yang Berhormat untuk menilai semula pembinaan stesen pemindahan ini untuk dipindah ke kawasan lain yang lebih bersesuaian.

Segala keperihatinan Yang Berhormat terhadap permohonan kami ini amatlah kami hargai dan didahului dengan ucapan ribuan terima kasih.

Yang benar,

Jawatankuasa Pengurusan Bersama

(The Spring Condominiun Joint Management Body)
s.k.:

1. Yang Berhormat En. Jeff Ooi Chuan Aun,
Ahli Parlimen Jelutong
d/a Pejabat Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang
Tingkat 28, KOMTAR
10503 Pulau Pinang

2. Yang Berhormat En. Koid Teng Guan
ADUN Sungai Pinang
126-B, Jalan Jelutong
11600 Pulau Pinang

3. Yang Dipertua
Majlis Perbandaran Pulai Pinang
Paras 17, KOMTAR
10675 Pulau Pinang

4. Pengarah
Jabatan Alam Sekitar, Pulau Pinang
Aras Bawah (Zon B)
Wisma Persekutuan (SPU)
13200 Kepala Batas, Pulau Pinang

5. Pengarah Urusan, IJM Development Sdn Bhd

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09 di Batu maung - Google Blog Search

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Ong Eu Soon: Penang Darul Sampah In the Making

Posted: 06 Jul 2011 01:03 AM PDT

The Batu Maung waste transfer station, which had been operating for the past 10 years, finally closed down on July 6, even when the proposed replacement is not ready. The state government had proposed the Jelutong transfer station to replace Batu Maung but consensus from the residents and a permit from the Department of Environment were needed.

It is nature for the residents to voice their concerns about solid waste transfer stations

that are disproportionately concentrated in or near their communities.

Every day, 300 trucks collect garbage throughout Penang Island. They go to Batu Maung and dump their loads into 15-ton containers, which are then pulled to a dock and loaded onto a large barge. The barge makes three round trips a day to the Pulau Burong landfill in Seberang Perai across the strait to dispose of the 600 tons of garbage generated each day. (source:Garbage in Paradise)

The state government is forced to use lorries to transport the rubbish across the Penang Bridge to Ampang Jajar , which is located 15km from the island.

How can the state government closed down the Batu Maung waste transfer station when there is no suitable replacement ready to take over?

The state government seem to be oblivious to the fact that 750 tonnes of rubbish are produced daily and lorries need to make over 180 trips to transport the rubbish to the Ampang Jajar station before finally shipped to Pulau Burung after compression. How many trips are needed to transport the compressed garbage to Pulau Burung?

What kind of lorry is suppose to be used for transporting the garbage to main land? If a normal lorry is used, will leachate leaking from the garbage pollute the streets and Penang bridge? If the garbage truck is used , this will caused a serious shortage of fleet in servicing garbage collection. From the way the story go, the Jelutong transfer station will not be ready at all. That would mean there is no transfer station available for the garbage trucks to be emptied so that the trash can be collected from other routes, compacted, and loaded into larger trailers for transportation to a landfill.

Each trip will easily take up about 2 hours, this will drastically cut the number of trucks in servicing garbage collection. As day passed by, the shortage of trucks collecting garbage on behalf of the MPPP is expected to worsen, as it will end up struggling to catch up with collections. Are we going to witness the mounds of trash piling up on the city's streets, rotting in the tropical heat amid an acute shortage of garbage trucks?

What are the cost of using lorries to transport the garbage to the main land? The total trips will be more than 200. It would turn out to be a very expensive operation. Image how it going to be an eyesore with an overpowering rancid stench and garbage scattered all over the streets when the trucks ferrying the garbage polluted the street with leachate.

Lim Guan Eng has advanced knowledge about the stoppage of Batu Maung transfer station, but failed to plan anything to mitigate the impending disaster. The proposed Jelutong transfer station is not ready. There is no feasibility study on the proposed Jelutong transfer station. How the state government is going to ensure that with the longer distance between Jelutong transfer station and Pulau Burung, the barges will not end up spillover tons upon tons of garbage onto the surface of the sea?


To divert attention to this problem, Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has once again demonstrated his readiness to stoop so low by giving false hope to Penangites on a so called
new underground waste station planned in Jelutong.
New underground waste station planned in Jelutong (The Sun Daily)

GEORGE TOWN (July 5, 2011): Stressed by limited land space, Penang will soon have a waste station with an environmental twist - it will be built underground with a garden for the public on the surface.

The concept is taken from China-based company, CN-NL Waste Solution, which is behind two such garden-concept waste stations in Shanghai's densely populated urban areas.

State Local Government Committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow said the plan is pending approval from the Department of Environment (DOE) which has been sent an environmental impact assessment (EIA) report.

The project will use technology supplied by CN-NL which currently operates 45 transfer stations in China, including five in Shanghai.

The high-technology plant is currently planned at the existing Jelutong dumpsite off the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway, which is located near high-rise apartment buildings.

The project would allow residents to benefit from a new green lung while having the waste station moved to a subterranean level.

If approved, it would be targeted for completion by February 2012.

"We may however have to look for an alternative site, depending on the evaluation by the DOE," Chow said when contacted.

The plant would incorporate an integrated leachate management system, with state-of-the-art odour and dust controls.

It would be undertaken by contractor Eurasia Express Sdn Bhd which has exclusivity to CN-NL technology for transfer stations in Malaysia.


What happen to the immediate need to transfer the garbage to the landfill? Can we wait until 2012 for the construction of the waste station to be completed? What happened to open tender? What if the DOE refuse to give approval, are we going to continue using trucks to transfer the waste to a landfill? Lim Guan Eng like his predecessors adopts peace meal approach toward solid waste management with heavy reliance on landfill. The heavy reliance on landfill for final waste disposal make waste transfer stations inevitable. But the state government has no policy concerning the proper and equitable siting and operation of transfer stations.

The primary reason for using a transfer station is to reduce the cost of transporting waste to disposal facilities. Consolidating smaller loads from collection vehicles into larger transfer

vehicles reduces hauling costs by enabling collection crews to spend less time traveling to and from distant disposal sites and more time collecting waste. This also reduces fuel consumption and collection vehicle maintenance costs, plus produces less overall traffic, air emissions, and road wear.

Today we witness how Lim Guan Eng dismantled the only transfer station in the island for development purpose. The overzealous penchant of Lim Guan Eng toward development is a cause for concern. Lim has allowed PDC to take back the Batu Maung transfer station for development purpose without planning for alternative. Lim Guan Eng better works all through the day and all through the night to ensure that Penang is not turning into Darul Sampah.

Once again, Lim Guan Eng laid bare for all to see his incompetence and failure as a Chief Minister in governing the state.
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More phantom voters discovered in <b>Permatang Pauh</b> | Free Malaysia Today

Posted: 04 Jul 2011 11:38 PM PDT

The names of 'phantom voters' posted on the Election Commission's official website has the organisation in a spot.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Election Commission's (EC) newest website "Semakan Daftar pemilik" has been down for 36 hours after opposition bloggers disclosed that there were over 148 dubious names in the voter list.

Several Pakatan Rakyat-friendly bloggers had revealed new evidence that the 148 phantom voters were registered in Permatang Pauh. The seat is held by PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim.

According to blog Perisik Rakyat, the 60 names were registered under one address – No 1138, Kampung Bagan Serai, Permatang Pauh, Penang. Perisik Rakyat is a Kelantan-based blogger.

More new evidence of electoral list tampering has also risen.

On the heel of Perisik's disclosure, another blogger Milo Suam has revealed that some 88 "ghost" voters were also registered under one address.

According to Milo Suam, the 88 voters of various races including the Malays, Chinese and Indians were all registered at a common address at No 1155, Kampung Bagan Serai, Jalan Sembilang, Seberang Jaya, Permatang Pauh, Penang.

They included men and women.

Milo Suam who visited the address said that it was a "small wooden house just a few metres away from the other address", which purportedly housed the 60 voters.

It is also learnt that another similar scam has been detected in one of the addresses in the Tambun constituency in Perak.

Following the public disclosure of the blogger's discovery, the "Semakan Daftar pemilik" website was shut down.

When FMT tried to access the site, the words "server error in/applications" popped up.

A curious Milo Suam has questioned the site's inaccessibility.

"Why is the EC taking so long to rectify the errors on the site? It has been 36 hours and the website is still not accessible. What has happened?" the blogger asked.

The discovery of the phantom voters on the electoral list has put EC deputy chairman Wan Ahmad Wan Omar in an embarrassing position.

Last Thursday, he said that it was difficult to fulfil Bersih's eight demands for electoral reforms.

According to Wan Ahmad, cleaning up the electoral rolls, including removing the names of deceased voters, is unnecessary.

He also refuted allegations that voters were being moved to different constituencies without their knowledge.

Bersih, a coalition of NGOs calling for free and fair elections, is organising a "Walk For Democracy" on July 9.

Meanwhile, FMT tried to contact the EC but was told that the officer in charge of the "Semakan Daftar pemilih" website was not around.

Also read:

60 'phantom votes' in Permatang Pauh

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