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Past issues of PHT Newsletter:

Dear Members,

We are completing a major indexing of all topics covered in past issues of the PHT Bulletin going back to 1987, and hope to have a complete searchable index on line shortly.

During this indexing, we have discovered there are gaps in our collection of past issues of Newsletters; we would be extremely grateful you if can loan any of these issues for scanning and indexing, and we promise to return your precious copies in good condition.

Missing issues:
Vol 2, No 1, 1987
Issues 1 thru 5, 1989-94
Issue 63

Thank you.
PHT Team


THE ISSUES: (use up/down arrows / to show/hide list of articles in each issue)


  • June 2016 (Issue 109)

    -Penang Transport Master Plan
    -Runnymede
    -New Council Members of PHT
    -Site Visits: Sri Ramar Temple and Dhoby Ghaut
    -Site Visits: Cheah Kongsi
    -Cannon Street
    -Gujerati in Penang
    -Dawoodi Bohra Islamic Cemetery, Penang
    -The Kavadi Maker
    -Chew Jetty
    -Penang Road Catholic Cemetery
    -Sia Boey Art District
    -Kampung Siam
    -RIP: Betty Cotton
    -Clearing the Five Foot Way

  • September 2015 (Issue 108)

    – Sungai Pinang, River Breathes New Life
    – 5 Architects, 5 Houses
    – Breakfast with PHT
    – Ancient Wall Art
    – St. George’s Church
    – Seberang Perai Story Lectures
    – The York House
    – Marco Battistotti
    – Le Mousquet
    – Feast of St. Anne
    – Restoration through Recycling
    – Seri Tanjung Pinang
    – Ottokedai
    – Living Heritage Treasure of Penang

  • May 2015 (Issue 107)

    – Eviction of George Town Local Traders
    – Thaipusam 2015
    – George Town’s World Heritage Status in Danger
    – Penang’s First Mayor
    – Last Eurasian on Argus Lane
    – Penang Jewish Cemetery
    – Penang’s Living Heritage Treasure Award
    – Penang’s New Bishop
    – Colonial Penang Museum
    – Penang House and the Straits Architect 1887-1941
    – George Town: Protecting World Heritage in an Asian City
    – Illegal demolition of the Khaw Bian Cheng Mansion

  • December 2014 (Issue 106)  

    – You Saved Soonstead
    – Siamese Village
    – Fort Cornwallis 228th Anniversary
    – Remembering the SMS Emden
    – Komtar and the Buckminster Fuller Connection
    – The PHT – 7 Terraces Living Heritage Treasures Awards
    – Conservation in Penang
    – Singapore’s Bukit Brown Cemetery
    – Dr Wu Lien-teh and China’s First Medical Research Institute
    – Phuket, Penang set date for becoming sister cities
    – The Penang Connection
    – From Penang to Adelaide: Surveyor-General William Light
    – Tales of Two Cities: Paintings of Melaka and George Town
    – Pengkisahan Seberang Perai
    – State prison building
    – St Anne’s Church, Bukit Mertajam Site Visit
    – Residence of Ku Din Ku Meh “Segara Ninda”
    – Migrants, Street Foods and Humanity

  • July 2014 (Issue 105)  

    – Swiftlet Farming
    – Heritage Amidst Modernity
    – Another Doomed Historical Enclave
    – Reminiscing on Food Carriers
    – E&O Reclamation Project
    – Soonstead Mansion
    – George Town Festival 2014
    – The Chulia in Penang
    – Embroidered Kebaya Artisan

  • March 2014 (Issue 104)  

    – Visit Penang by Yacht
    – Swiftlet Farming, action at last
    – Pulau Tikus Cross-Currents
    – Visit to Laos
    – Sabah, Fighting to Preserve our Heritage
    – Penang Po Leung Kuk
    – Dr. Albert S. McKern, Penang Doctor in Myth & Reality, a Talk
    – Batik Painting Museum, site visit
    – Kelawai Road Catholic Cemetery, site visit
    – Bertam Estate Bungalow, site visit

  • May 2013 (Issue 103)  

    – Chung They Phin villa, Relau: site visit
    – Penang: An inside guide to its historic homes, buildings: review
    – Penang Transport, Master Plan, concerns
    – Swiftlet Farming, letter urging urgent action
    – Swiftlet Farming prohibited, three year grace period ended

  • November 2012 (Issue 102)  

    -Burmah Lane, Siamese houses
    -Heritage villages, loss of
    -Jawi Peranakan houses, loss of-Most Imortant Endangered Sites, 2012 Listing
    –Governor’s Bungalow, 1, Sepoy Lines: listed as endangered
    –Sepoy Lines No 1: listed as endangered
    –Khaw Loh Hup & Khaw Boo Aun town house: listed as endangered
    –Main Road No 20, Bukit Tambun: listed as endangered
    –Chung They Phin villa, Relau: listed as endangered
    –Udini House, Gelugor: listed as endangered
    –Shih Chung School, listed as endangered: listed as endangered
    –Northam Road No 11: listed as endangered
    –Tanjung Tokong Malay Village: listed as endangered
    –Runnymede: listed as endangered
    -Penang: Rites of Belonging in a Malaysian Chinese Community, review
    -Phraya Manopakorn Nititada
    -Siamese Heritage, Celebration-Tunnel proposed for Batu Ferringhi road
    -St Joseph’s Novitiate, redevelopment

  • April 2012 (Issue 101)  

    -Burmah Lane, Siamese houses
    – Anti-War Memorial, Ayer Itam Road
    – Batu Uban as a Historic Landmark
    – Caledonia Estate, site visit
    – Dinner Discussion with Judy Cheng-Hopkins
    – Japanese Bombing of George Town, a talk
    – Loke Villa Fundraiser Visit
    – Mystery of Rubber Estate Manager’s Murder
    – Oasis Hotel, 23 Love Lane, site visit
    – Old Town of Hoi An, Vietnam – lessons for George Town?
    – On a Wing & a Prayer: Regulating the Swiftlet Nesting Industry
    – Penang Heritage Trust supports Chief Minister, press statement
    – Penang Past & Present – the Future?
    – Penang Sugar Estates, a talk
    – Preservation & Destruction in Penang’s Development
    – Pulau Tikus Cross Currents
    – Restored Disted College Premises, site visit
    – Student Internship Programme
    – Talk by Prof. Shinji Shigematsu

  • October 2011 (Issue 100)  

    -Burmah Lane, Siamese houses
    – AUS-Heritage Forum: Progressing with Heritage
    – Botanic Gardens, Saga of the Arches and the Future of
    – Ipoh and the Kinta Valley
    – Last Jew of Penang, The
    – Lee Rubber Factory, Paya Terubong, site visit
    – Memorial to Marquess Cornwallis in St. George’s Church
    – Penang’s Disappearing Thai Heritage
    – PHT is finally on Facebook
    – Police Graves from the 1946-60 Emergency
    – Reservoirs, Aqueducts & Dams
    – Revitalisation, the Process of
    – Statue of Francis Light
    – Swiftlet Breeding in the World Heritage Site
    – Tua Pek Kong Temple

  • March 2011 (Issue 99)  

    – Cemeteries, Penang
    – Cintra Street, pre-war Japanese community
    – Commonwealth War Graves, Penang
    – Destruction of historic graves
    – Fort Cornwallis, World War II
    – Fortress Penang, folly of
    – Gun emplacements, Penang, World War II
    – Height of hotels threatens GTWHS
    – Japanese community, pre war in Penang
    – Japanese prostitution, Penang
    – Karayuki-san, Penang
    – Koh Lay Huan family grave destroyed
    – Koh Seang Tet, grave destroyed
    – Light, William and Barossa Valley
    – Malayan Volunteer Airforce, illus talk
    – myBalikpulau, newsletter
    – Open letter PHT on preservation of burial sites
    – Penang at War, A History of Penang, book launch
    – Penang cemeteries
    – Penang Flying Club
    – Penang Portraits, book review
    – Pulau Tikus, notes on the name
    – Pykett Avenue No 20, illegal demolition of
    – St Joseph’s Novitiate, redevelopment
    – Swiftlet breeding threatens GTWHS
    – Swiftlet Farming, UNESCO letter to Malaysian Gov’t
    – Tikus, Pulau, notes on the name
    – War graves, Commonwealth, Penang

  • October 2010 (Issue 98)  

    – Adelaide Week to be revived
    – Argus Lane No 9, illegal demolition of
    – Botanic Gardens modifications, discontent
    – Brook Road No 7, demolished
    – Bujang Valley, oldest building in S E Asia
    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion wins damages
    – China Street, core living
    – Church of the Immaculate Conception, site visit
    – Emden Raid on Penang
    – FMS Railway Building, Penang, site visit
    – Fort Cornwallis, talk
    – Funiculi Funicula, movie screened
    – George Town Festival, 2010, report
    – Guidelines for management of heritage sites
    – Gurdwara Sahib Khalsa Dharmak Jatha, site visit
    – Hon Sui Sen
    – Hotel Continental damages heritage building
    – Hungry Ghosts Festival
    – Macalister Road No 57, restored, to house museum
    – Mousquet sinking, talk
    – Mun Ah Foo
    – Pauper’s Hospital
    – Pearl Hill, proposal to gazette as Forest Reserve
    – Penang Adventure, The: A History of the Pearl of the Orient, review
    – Penang General Hospital, site visit
    – Pill Boxes in Penang
    – Pykett Avenue No 20, illegal demolition of
    – Relatively Speaking, review
    – St George’s Church, pipe organ, history of
    – St George’s Church, restoration
    – Sun Yat Sen, symposium
    – Swettenham Pier, site visit
    – Swiftlet Farming prohibited in heritage enclaves
    – Swiftlet Farming prohibited, three year grace period
    – Tanjong Pagar Railway Station, Singapore vacated
    – Wadda Gurdwara Sahib, site visit
    – Wisma Kasta, site visit
    – World Heritage day, celebrations

  • March 2010 (Issue 97)  

    – Botanic Gardens modifications, discontent
    – Cenotaph damaged by Allied bombing, reconstructed
    – China Street, reflections on living in heritage core zone
    – Construction materials and methods, original, in George Town
    – Kampung Tanjung Tokong, call for preservation
    – Penang Hill, driving up, 1914
    – Penang Hill, memories of
    – Penang Hill Railway, closure
    – Penang Hill Railway, closure a loss of heritage
    – Penang Hill Railway, site visit
    – Penang under the East India Company, book launch
    – Protestant cemetery, gravestones re-inked
    – Pulau Tikus, commentary
    – Sia Boey to become carpark, reports
    – Straits Settlements & Malayan Volunteer Forces, talk
    – Swiftlet breeding in inner city George Town

  • December 2009 (Issue 96)  

    – Beach Street No 37A
    – Botanic Gardens expansion, discontent
    – Cenotaph, ceremony and rebuilding report
    – China Street No 23
    – China Street No 29, restoration
    – China Street, site visit
    – Dresden, loses World Heritage listing
    – Edinburgh, Scotland old and new towns
    – Heah Swee Lee
    – Ismail bin Tunku Mohammad Jewa, Tunku Dato’ Dr, obituary
    – Kampung Tanjung Tokong, community resist development
    – Light Street, site visit
    – Little India, site visit
    – Logan Memorial, unveiling of plaque
    – Loke Mansion, damage caused during construction on Gurney Drive
    – Lorong Chee Em
    – McKern, Dr A.S., tanjung Bungah house of
    – Melaka World heritage site, PHT visit
    – Northam Lodge
    – Northam Road No 46B
    – Penang Hill Railway, conservation methods
    – Soonstead, site visit
    – St Joseph’s Novitiate concerns
    – Suffolk House restoration completed, opens to public
    – Sungai Kerian bridge disappeared
    – Sustainable Cultural Development, conference in George Town
    – Swiftlet breeding in inner city George Town
    – Traditional Living Cultures; resisting the decline
    – UNESCO, Penang to receive RM 20 million grant

  • April 2009 (Issue 95)  

    – Bintang Holdings multistorey hotel development
    – Botanic Gardens, call to abandon plans for lights at night
    – Chuah Thean Teng, Dato’, obituary
    – Cunyngham-Brown, Sjovald, remembered
    – Emily of Emerald Hill, performed at Suffolk House
    – Friends of Penang Hill, Statement on Railway
    – Gurney Drive, becoming mudflats after land reclamation
    – Highrise buildings, planning permission refused
    – Heritage rules and high rise hotel
    – Heritage rules for new projects in George Town
    – Hokkien Kongsi, and Snake Temple restorations
    – Kongsoon House
    – Jerejak, Pulau, Russian war graves
    – Loke Mansion, and PHT defamation legal suit
    – Macao, World heritage Site
    – PAPA, Penang Apprenticeship Programme for Artisans
    – Penang Apprenticeship Programme for Artisans
    – Penang Hill, calls for Cable Car project quotes soon
    – Penang Hill Railway, closure
    – Penang Hill Railway closure, call for review
    – Prangin Canal, site visit
    – Pulau Jerejak, Russian war graves
    – Rice Miller Boutique Hotel and heritage rules
    – Russian War graves
    – Sia Boey, site visit
    – Snake temple, site visit
    – St Joseph’s Novitiate, and PHT defamation legal suit
    – Suffolk House, performance of Emily of Emerald Hill
    – Tenants evicted in Heritage Zone
    – Upper Beach Street, site visit
    – War graves, Russian
    – Whiteaways Building
    – Yeap Chor Ee, House of, site visit
    – Zhemtchug, Russian cruiser sinking

  • October 2008 (Issue 94)  

    – Carnarvon Street, heritage alert
    – Chitrapournami festival
    – Fort Cornwallis, lighthouse, site visit
    – Gandhiji Ashram, Waterfall Road, site visit
    – George Town, city status
    – George Town given UNESCO WHS listing
    – Ghee Hiang Biscuit Factory, site visit
    – Heritage buildings, State appeal for funds
    – House demolitions in George Town
    – Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong, heritage alert
    – Kimberly Street, heritage alert
    – King Edward Memorial Hospital, Macalister Road, site visit
    – King Street, heritage alert
    – Lighthouse, Fort Cornwallis, site visit
    – Loke Mansion, threat to
    – Macalister Road, Hospital, site visit
    – McKern, Dr A S, biographical notes
    – Nakkukotai Chettiar Temple, site visit
    – Penang Hill cutting, blamed for flash floods
    – PGCC, ‘as good as dead’
    – Rent Control Act repeal of, reflections
    – Stadium Merdeka, KL, wins UNESCO award
    – State appeal for funds for heritage buildings
    – Suffolk House, management of, issues
    – Suffolk House, wins UNESCO Award
    – Sun Yat Sen in Penang, book review
    – Swiftlet Farming, expiry of 3 year grace period
    – Taiping, site visit
    – Tau Sar Pneah, site visit
    – Thaipusam festival
    – Trams and buses for George Town, seminar
    – Tree cutting on Penang Hill, blamed for flash floods
    – UNESCO listing, update
    – Victoria Street, heritage alert
    – Waterfall Road, Gandhiji Ashram, site visit
    – WHS listing for George Town, reflections on award

  • April 2008 (Issue 93)  

    – Bian Soot
    – Botanic Gardens, site visit
    – Cemeteries, restoring Penang’s historic
    – Cenotaph, restoration work
    – Chen Voon Fee, obituary
    – Eng Chuan Tong Tan kongsi, site visit
    – Kew Leong Tong Lim Kongsi, site visit
    – Land deal improprieties, panel to probe
    – McKern, Dr A S
    – Mount Olivia, search for Raffles home
    – Penang Ferry service, calls for saving of icon
    – Penang Ferry service, proposed scrapping
    – Penang High Court, site visit
    – Penang Outer Ring Road, PORR, call for review
    – PGCC, ‘no approvals given’
    – PGCC, ‘nothing to review’
    – PORR, Penang Outer Ring Road, call for review
    – Queen Victoria statue, historical notes
    – Raffles home on Mt Olivia, search for
    – She Tan Court, site visit
    – Socfin Bungalow to be demolished, site developed
    – Suffolk House, status report
    – Swiftlet breeding in inner George Town, economics of
    – Tan Seng Ong Kongsi, site visit
    – Tanjung Country Club, development
    – Tanjong Tokong Issue, The
    – Tanjung Tokong, Kg, future of
    – Toon Pun Tong
    – UNESCO listing, update

  • January 2008 (Issue 92)  

    – Chinese in Penang, The, A Pictorial History, book review
    – Days Gone By: Growing Up in Penang, book review
    – Gurney Paragon, objections to development
    – Heritage Tours, PHT launches programme of
    – Kee estate, site visit
    – Kee Lai Huat
    – Kee Poh Huat Kongsi, site visit
    – Khaw Loh Hup
    – Logan memorial, remembrance
    – Penang Global City Centre, events
    – PGCC, objections
    – PGCC, Penang Global City Centre, events
    – St Anne’s Church, Bukit Mertajam

  • September 2007 (Issue 91)  

    – Anthony family, Armenians in Penang
    – Armenians in Penang, historical notes
    – Clan jetties, Interpretation centre
    – Dato Keramat, heritage alert
    – David Brown House, Penang Hill, site visit
    – E&O Hotel, declared bankrupt
    – Eastern Hotel, Penang
    – Galastaun, Catchatoor and Armenian Church
    – Goh Heng Chong, obituary
    – Gunung Jerai, history notes
    – Historic Street name plates, appeal for funds
    – Jerai, Gunung, history notes
    – Lee Ah Hock, Living Heritage Treasures award
    – Lee Khek Hock, Living Heritage Treasures awardv
    – Letters with reference to Tunku Abdul Rahman, book review
    – Lumut Lane, heritage alert
    – Market Street Nos 79, 81, heritage alert
    – Noo Wan, Living Heritage Treasures award
    – Oriental Hotel, Penang
    – Penang Hill, David Brown House, site visit
    – Penang Hill, Friends of, illegal cosntruction work
    – Sarkies, Arshak
    – Sarkies, Tigran
    – St Joseph’s Novitiate, redevelopment, update
    – Taiping, site visit
    – Threat to George Town WHS listing
    – Trams for George Town, study for
    – UNESCO evaluator, visit of to Penang
    – Wan Dee Aroonratna, Living Heritage Treasures award
    – Waterfall Treatment Plant
    – WHS listing, threat

  • April 2007 (Issue 90)  

    – Beach Street, OCBC Buildings, site visit
    – Cemeteries, restoring Penang’s historic
    – George Town, threat to WHS listing
    – Jade Emperor Pavilion, site visit
    – Khoo Joo Ee, obituary
    – King Street No 23, heritage alert
    – Kongsoon House
    – Kota Kuala Muda, Kedah
    – Kyoto, heritage site
    – OCBC Buildings, Beach Street, site visit
    – Stewart Lane, heritage alert
    – Street signs, new in George Town
    – Suffolk House, restored
    – Sungai Mas, Kedah

  • January 2007 (Issue 89)  

    – Balloons or watch tower for Malacca
    – Birch House, heritage alert
    – Bok House, demolition
    – Bok House, ‘too expensive to save’
    – Brothers Bungalow, Penang Hill
    – Chua Cheng Bok
    – Global Ethics project
    – Graveyard Tourism, Himachal Pradesh
    – Han Jiang Ancestral temple, receives UNESCO award
    – Hutton Lane, heritage alert
    – Katz Street, heritage alert
    – Loh Boon Ghee
    – Lunas, site visit
    – Penang through Gilded doors, book review
    – PHT Statement, reply to Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim
    – Rezoning of land and accountability
    – Soon Ah Lee mansion
    – St Joseph’s Novitiate, redevelopment
    – St Joseph’s Novitiate, ‘relocation’
    – Suffolk House, official opening
    – Suffolk House, site visit
    – Sun Yat Sen in Penang
    – Trams, call for reintroduction in Penang
    – Watch tower for Malacca

  • September 2006 (Issue 88)  

    – Balik Pulau cultural mapping project
    – Bok House, gazetting
    – Buckingham Street, heritage alert
    – Carnarvon Street Nos 155, 157, 159, heritage alert
    – Coliseum cinema, KL, cost of conversion
    – Han Jiang Ancestral temple, Chulia Street
    – King Street, No 27, heritage alert
    – Koe Guan Office demolished
    – Ku Din Ku Meh House, site visit
    – Little Penang Street Market, site visit
    – Penang Courthouse renovation work
    – Penang Hill Railway, historical notes
    – Penang Hill Railway, upgrade
    – Penang State Museum, proposed move to Esplanade
    – Penang Structure Plan, draft launched
    – PHT Call for public access to all major development projects
    – PHT Open letter on development
    – Second World War Heritage Sites
    – Suffolk House, site visit
    – Teochew Association, conservation work

  • June 2006 (Issue 87)  

    – Church Street No 26, official opening
    – Church Street No 76, before and after renovations
    – Dato Keramat No 230, before and after renovations
    – George Town traffic woes, call for resolution
    – Jerejak, Pulau,gazetting of forest
    – Kok Ah Wah, hand carved signboard engraver, 2006 Heritage Treasure Award
    – Living Heritage Treasures honoured
    – Ooi Sew Kim, Hokkien glove puppet theatre, 2006 Heritage Treasure Award
    – PHT, change of office address
    – Post boxes, colonial era
    – Queen Street Nos 20, 22, 23 Before and after renovations
    – Runnymede, site visit
    – Runnymede, transfer of ownership
    – St Joseph’s Novitiate, redevelopment, call for abandonment of project
    – Suffolk House appeal
    – Tua Pek Kong temple, site visit
    – Uplands School buildings redevelopment, call for traffic study
    – Yeap Seong Kee, Master kabaya designer, 2006 Heritage Treasure Award

  • October 2005 (Issue 86)  

    – Anak-Anak Kota 2006
    – Angsana trees, Penang
    – Armenian Street No 118
    – Balik Pulau cultural mapping
    – Brewer, Frank, architect
    – Brown Road No 15, heritage alert
    – CEPAT and George Town’s urban environment
    – Church Street No 26 restoration
    – Convent Light Street, site visit
    – Cultural landscapes, Saving
    – Education for Sustainable Development
    – Francis Light, official residence
    – Galeri Seni Mutiara, site visit
    – Global Ethic Project
    – Goh Teik Kong temple, site visit
    – History of the German-Speaking community in Penang, 1880s-1940s, review
    – Koay Soo Kau
    – Malacca: Voices from the Street, review
    – Penang Hill, more facilities for
    – Penang Trams, Trolleybuses & Railways, review
    – PHT Office restoration
    – Porter, George
    – St Mary’s Church, Chennai, restoration of
    – Suffolk House restoration, progress report
    – Teow Chew Puppet Show
    – UNESCO establishes 2 Chairs at USM
    – UNESCO teacher training workshop, Penang
    – Uplands School 50th Anniversary Book, review
    – Uplands School buildings demolition

  • May 2005 (Issue 85)  

    – Chulia Street, Teochew Association, site visit
    – Elsiedale Bungalow, site visit
    – Heng Booh Cheang
    – Hong Seng Estate, site visit
    – Hunza properties purchase of Uplands School building
    – Koh Boo Aun
    – Kwong Hock Keong temple, Nibong Tebal, endangered
    – La Salle Brothers & Uplands School building
    – Lim Leng Cheak, home of
    – Moon Gate wall demolished
    – Penang Heritage Trust, new home
    – Prison, Penang, site visit
    – Tan Say Seang Neoh
    – Teochew Association, site visit
    – Town Hall, site visit
    – UNESCO defers World Heritage application
    – Uplands School building, call for its preservation

  • November 2004 (Issue 84)  

    – Beng Geok Hong Puppet Theatre
    – Campbell Street and Rent Control Act
    – Chatsworth House, site visit
    – Chua Thean Teng, winner Living Heritage Treasure award
    – Church Street No 26, PHT purchase of
    – Kinta Valley: Pioneering Malaysia’s Development, published
    – Kirkpatrick House, Hyderabad, restoration
    – Lim Bian Yam, winner Living Heritage Treasure award
    – Living Heritage Treasures inaugural awards
    – Loke Mansion, Gurney Drive, site visit
    – Mohd Bahroodin Ahmad, winner Living Heritage Treasure award
    – Naval battle, Penang Harbour, 1914
    – Penang Story, The; international conference
    – Rajah Bilah and the Mandailings in Perak: 1878-1911, review
    – Rent Control Act and consequences
    – Tan Tong Tong, traditional singer/minstrel
    – Teoh Jin Hoe, traditional singer/minstrel
    – Tok Aka Lane, puppet theatre
    – Tree felling at Tanjung Cove Resort
    – Turf Club, site visit
    – World Heritage Site listing; joint application to be made

  • July 2004 (Issue 83)  

    – Archaeological Museum, Lembah Bujang, site visit
    – Argus Lane, Cathedral of the Assumption
    – Ashrakanah, The, site visit
    – Bishop Coude, arrival Penang, 1786
    – Boria, origins of
    – Botanical Gardens, Penang’s New (1884 press report)
    – Cathedral of the Assumption, Argus Lane
    – Catholic cemetery, memorial service
    – Catholic cemetery, site visit
    – Church of the Assumption, Penang
    – Eurasian Catholics
    – Father Xavier Hab
    – George Town, city status; reprinted in full
    – Koay Jetty demolition; press conference
    – Kota Kita bulletin, launched
    – Lembah Bujang Archaeological Museum, site visit
    – Living Heritage Treasures awards
    – Loke Mansion, Gurney Drive, site visit
    – Luang Prabang, heritage
    – Protestant Cemetery, funds for restoration
    – St Francis Xavier Church
    – Traffic congestion and urban blight
    – Urban Blight in Beach Street
    – Urban Blight in Chulia Street

  • April 2004 (Issue 82)  

    – Ah Quee home, site visit
    – Ashrakanah, The, site visit
    – Boria, origins of
    – Bukit Sidim Estate, site visit
    – Catholic cemetery, PHT Press statement
    – Catholic cemetery, proposed exhumations
    – Catholic cemetery, site visit
    – Cheng Hoon Temple, Malacca restoration work praised
    – Chuah Thean Teng
    – Chung Keng Kooi home, site visit
    – George Town, city status
    – George Town, Freeman award
    – Grave of founder of Convent Light Street
    – Hai Kee Chan, site visit
    – Koay Jetty, proposal to relocate jetty
    – Koay Jetty, The Endangered; book launch
    – Koay Jetty, to be demolished
    – Mother Pauline Marie Rodot, founder Convent Light Street
    – Oil palm plantation, site visit
    – Old Jetty, demolition of, 1897
    – Pinang Peranakan House
    – Rubber plantation, site visit
    – Shaik Nathersah Waqf
    – Tjiong A Fie Mansion, Medan, site visit

  • January 2004 (Issue 81)  

    – Chuah Thean Teng, batik paintings
    – Chung Keng Kooi home , site visit
    – Early movie shot in Penang (1938)
    – HSBC sponsors Suffolk House restoration
    – Jelutong Expressway, impact of
    – Jerejak, Pulau, development
    – Jerejak, Pulau, recommendations
    – Jerejak, Pulau, site visit
    – Koay Jetty, landlocked
    – Leong Fook Soong
    – Soya Sauce (Master)
    – Suffolk House restoration to resume
    – Swee On Who Soya sauce factory
    – Technicolour movie made in Penang (1938)

  • August 2003 (Issue 80)  

    – Aw Boon Haw
    – Botanic Gardens, site visit
    – Campbell Street market, origins
    – Cycle Tour of Penang Island in 1903
    – Hakka graves
    – Kampong Seronok, site visit
    – Kampung Kolam
    – Kapitan Kling Mosque, site visit
    – Keramat Mustafa Ali
    – Kim Guan Coffee factory, site visit
    – Kristangs in Melaka
    – Melaka Portuguese enclave threatened
    – Neem trees of George Town
    – Penang Postcard Collection 1899-1930’s, review
    – Reclamation project in Melaka threatens Portuguese enclave
    – Tua Peh Kong temple, Tanjong Tokong, site visit
    – World Heritage Sites; Malaysia nominates 5 sites
    – World Monuments Fund, special recognition for Penang

  • May 2003 (Issue 79)  

    – Bastion Santiago, discovered in Malacca Fort
    – Bellevue Hotel
    – Cheah Tek Son
    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion and movie, Indochine
    – Chinese Residency
    – Church Street Ghaut wharf
    – Clan Jetties, site visit
    – Convent Light Street
    – Crag Hotel
    – Freemasonary
    – God of the Earth, review
    – Goh Chan Lau
    – Gold bazaar on Jalan Masjid Kapitan Kling
    – Gracedieu, Penang Hill
    – Gurney Drive and Penang Outer Ring Road
    – Gurney Drive, site visit
    – Heritage conservation vs. urban renewal in Penang
    – Hock Teik Cheng Sin temple, restoration works
    – James Anderson
    – Kedah House, Northam Road, site visit
    – Lim Cheng Teik house, Gurney Drive
    – Limburg, Larut Road
    – Lomond, Penang Hill
    – Masonic Temple, site visit
    – Meng Yeng Soo Association home, left to rot
    – Northam Road, Masonic Temple
    – Pedestrian friendly measures for George Town
    – Penang Harbour Improvement Scheme
    – Rope Walk, home left to rot
    – Shih Chung proposed columbarium
    – Shih Chung School History
    – St Joseph’s Novitiate
    – Steam trams in Penang
    – Swettenham Pier
    – Tua Peh Kong temple, Tanjong Tokong, site visit
    – Tye Kee Yoon
    – Uplands School, site visit

  • February 2003 (Issue 78)  

    – Bel Retiro, site visit
    – Bishop Street No 99, under threat
    – Cauder Mohideen Merican tomb, under threat
    – Clan Jetties, site visit
    – Crag Hotel, site visit
    – Kapitan Kling Mosque founder
    – Maternity Hospital, Macalister Rd restoration announced
    – Muslim heiritage threat
    – Residency, The, site visit
    – Sri Mutiara, site visit
    – Trishaw tour of George Town
    – Urban Blight in George Town, update
    – Wakaf, Private of Capitan Kling

  • November 2002 (Issue 77)  

    – Anak2 Kota Education programme
    – Bel Retiro, site visit
    – Cheng Hoon Teng temple, Melaka, restoration of
    – George Town heritage, key to uniqueness
    – Kampung Masjid Melayu, project will destroy links to past
    – Kek Lok Si, site visit
    – Masjid Melayu, proposed development plans
    – Residency, The, 1890
    – Singapore; improvements drive away retirees
    – Sri Mutiara, The Residency 1890
    – Sun Yat Sen Research Centre, Lorong Susu
    – Urban Blight in George Town, update
    – War Museum, Batu Maung, site visit

  • August 2002 (Issue 76)  

    – Anak2 Kota Education programme
    – Armenian Street No 118, site visit
    – Armenian Street No 116, site visit
    – Armenian Street No 120, site visit
    – Batu Ferringhi Aqueduct, site visit
    – Convalescent, Penang Hill
    – Edgecliff, Penang Hill
    – Fern Hill, Penang Hill
    – George Town heritage, key to uniqueness
    – Guillemard Reservoir, site visit
    – Heritage in Education, value of
    – Hillside, Penang Hill
    – Jalan Masjid Kapitan Kling, No 164
    – Penang Hill, boutique hotels
    – Penang Hill bungalows
    – Preserve our heritage call by DPM
    – Rimbun Dahan, site visit
    – Singaporeans buying George Town shophouses
    – Suffolk House, name linked with England
    – Temple of Supreme Bliss visit
    – Urban Blight in George Town, update
    – Woodside, Penang Hill

  • April 2002 (Issue 75)  

    – Beach Street, site visit
    – Boon San Tong, Victoria Street, site visit
    – China Street, stop work order
    – Demolition and Heritage alerts
    – Education in Conservation 2002 programme in Penang schools
    – Fire Station, site visit
    – Kampung Masjid Melayu, site visit
    – Lebuh Acheh No 69, site visit
    – Little India Project, conservation
    – Mariophile Bungalow, Pearl Hill, site visit
    – Nagore Shrine, Chulia Street, site visit
    – Shih Chung School a columbarium: PHT Press statement
    – Suffolk House restoration; abandoned?
    – Teochew Association, site visit
    – UNESCO conserving heritage pays
    – Urban Blight in George Town
    – Western Road cemetary, site visit
    – World Monuments Watch, 100 Most Endangered Sites George Town listing

  • January 2002 (Issue 74)  

    – Cheng Chooi Chor Soo Temple
    – China Street, No 83
    – Ching Lotus Humanist Space
    – Convent Light Street History of, review
    – Heritage awareness project, ‘Anak-Anak Kota’
    – Japanese Occupation, oral history interviews
    – Oral History project, Japanese Occupation interviews
    – Waterfall Gardens, site visit

  • July 2001 (Issue 73)  

    – Construction materials and methods, original, in George Town
    – Fish lips, review
    – Fort Cornwallis Restoration, site visit
    – George Town, original construction materials
    – Ghee Hinn Memorial relocated
    – George Town inner city architecture, INSET
    – Mansion, The, site visit
    – Oral History project, first interviews
    – Penang Heritage Trust wins UNESCO award
    – Penang Story programme
    – Poe Choo Seah, site visit
    – Suffolk House restoration, site visit
    – Toishan Ningyang Wui Kwon, site visit
    – Tua Peh Kong temple, site visit

  • March 2001 (Issue 72)  

    – Bala Thandayuthapani Temple, site visit
    – Balik Pulau Convent, site visit
    – Botanic Gardens, enlargement, Forum on
    – Chee Ancestral home, Balik Pulau, site visit
    – Circumcision, Mass ceremony George Town
    – District Officer official Residence, Balik Pulau, site visit
    – Fort Cornwallis restoration, progress of
    – Guide to the Penang Botanic Gardens, A, review
    – Heritage Education Workshop
    – Hilltop temple, site visit
    – Main Road No 100, Balik Pulau, site visit
    – Mansion, The, site visit
    – Nattukkotai Chettiar temple, site visit
    – Penang Buddhist Association, site visit
    – Penang Story Project
    – Sikh Gurdwara, site visit
    – Street signs seminar
    – Waqf enclave visit

  • January 2001 (Issue 71)  

    – Campbell Pedestrian Mall flawed, UNESCO Rep
    – Campbell Street Mall evaluation
    – Campbell Street market relocation
    – Cannon Square tenants eviction
    – Cheah Kongsi, site visit
    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion site visit
    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion wins conservation award
    – Chief Minister Penang supports heritage conservation
    – Heritage buildings, value appreciated
    – Heritage Conservation memorandum from PCCC
    – High Court development, call for respect of local opinion
    – High Court development, objections
    – High Court redevelopment approval flawed
    – Hokkien Clans of Penang
    – Japanese attack on George Town, Sia Boey
    – Jonker Street shophouses demolition and heritage in Malacca
    – Khoo Kongsi, site visit
    – Khoo Kongsi tenants eviction
    – Loo Pun Hong, completion of pilot phase of restoration
    – Mahathir, Dr visit to Sun Yat Sen Base
    – Papan shophouses, case for conservation
    – Penang Chinese Chamber of Commerce memorandum
    – Penang Heritage Trust empowering Muslim community dwellings
    – Piling in historic enclaves, call for ban
    – Prangin Wholesale Market, status, relocation of traders
    – Protestant cemetery site visit
    – Scout history in Penang
    – Sia Boey, Japanese attack
    – Sia Boey status, relocation of traders
    – Sun Yat Sen Base, visit by Dr Mahathir
    – Tan Kongsi, site visit
    – Town Hall, use by public call
    – Traditional trades project launched by PHT
    – Tramways and Trolley Buses in Penang talk

  • October 2000 (Issue 70)  

    – Campbell Street Mall evaluation
    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion restoration
    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion wins conservation award
    – Chung Hua School Union, site visit
    – Education in Conservation programme in Penang schools
    – Endangered Trades Project launched
    – High Court Building, Penang, redevelopment proposed
    – Inner City Trails, George Town launched
    – Jewish cemetary, site visit
    – Loh Leong San Quartet, site visit
    – Malacca’s living heritage, under threat
    – Penang Heritage Trust activities in Johor Baru
    – Rent Control Act and Habitat Agenda
    – Sun Yat Sen exhibition opened
    – UNESCO status under threat

  • August 2000 (Issue 69)  

    – Acheen Street mosque
    – Acheen Street, origin of name
    – Convent Light Street restoration
    – Convent Light Street, site visit
    – Garden House restoration
    – Gedong Aceh
    – Hakka Clan archive, projected
    – Heritage Guidelines, PHT statement on
    – Heritage mansion offered to State
    – Indonesians in Penang, 1786-2000
    – Jalan Macalister mansion offered to State
    – Jonker Street shophouses demolished
    – Kee Lai Huat home, site visit
    – Khek Association building, rebuilding of
    – Kong Hock Keong, 200th anniversary
    – Kuan Yin Teng, 200th anniversary
    – Kun Yam Thong temple demolition
    – Malacca Museums mis-spend funds
    – Nakhoda Bayan
    – Nakhoda Itan
    – Nakhoda Kechil
    – Pile driving in historic enclaves of George Town
    – Raffles, Sir Stamford, and history of Runnymede
    – Rent Control Act and heritage conservation
    – Runnymede, site visit
    – Shimmerings, book review
    – Suffolk House restoration
    – Sungai Bakap, Kee ancestral home of Kee Lai Huat
    – Syed Hussain
    – Syek Tahir Jaluluddin
    – Trails, Selected Nature Trails of Penang, book review
    – UNESCO listing of Malacca, status of application
    – Wakaf land and affodrable homes
    – Wakaf property and ‘coffee money’
    – Wakaf revitalisation of management

  • June 2000 (Issue 68)

    – Chung Keng Kwee Ancestral Hall
    – Chung Keng Kwee Ancestral Hall, site visit, state of neglect
    – Convent Light Street- Heritage Awareness pilot project
    – Kee Lai Huat Ancestral temple- Penang Hill, dilapidated state of heritage buildings
    – Runnymede
    – Trams and Trolley Buses in Penang
    – Women and Lifestles in George Town, public forum

  • April 2000 (Issue 67)

    – Beach Street, houses demolished- Bel Retiro- Chulia Street, dumping at, Muslim cemetery- Dumping at Muslim cemetary, Chulia Street- Excavations at Fort Cornwallis- Fort Cornwallis, to be excavated?
    – Gazetting of historical buildings
    – Homestead, site visit
    – Kee Clan House complex, site visit
    – Kee Lye Huat- MPPP and gazetting of historical buildings
    – Rent Control Act and demolitions
    – Rent Control Act and rental units
    – Sheik Omar Basheer, Home of
    – Social Housing, hypothetical project
    – Town Hall restoration

  • February 2000 (Issue 66)

    – Demolition of buildings in conservation zones
    – Heritage and Identity
    – Heritage walks
    – Loo Pun Hong, restoration project & craftsmen from Xiamen
    – Loo Pun Hong, restoration to begin
    – Penang Island Structure Plan, release shortly
    – Peranakans, an appraisal
    – Rent Control Act, and information centre
    – Rent Control Act and tenants
    – Rent Control Act and evictions
    – Rent Control Act and poverty
    – Rent Control Act and protests
    – Suffolk House, restoration to begin
    – Town Hall, use by public call
    – Town Hall, use by public call compromise
    – Xiamen craftsmen and Loo Pan Hong restoration

  • November 1999 (Issue 65)

    – Acheen Street Mosque
    – Acheen Street, No. 67 restoration proposal
    – Acheen Street, No. 67 revitalisation
    – Anna and the King, movie premiere review
    – Bangsawan revival
    – Cintra Street, No. 100 restoration
    – Haji Omar Meulaboh
    – Heritage Youth Club, activities
    – Kampong Malabar
    – Kampong Melayu, No 170
    – Madrasatul Al-Qur’an
    – Myroon Koon Nye Sone
    – PATA Foundation Award
    – Rent Control Service Centre
    – Sam Pek Eng Tai performance
    – Shaikh Omar Basheer Al-Khalidi
    – Sheik Omar Basheer, Mausoleum of
    – Sheik Zakaria Basheer
    – Wakaf, Hussain Aideed
    – Wakaf revitalisation in Inner George Town

  • September 1999 (Issue 64)

    – Anna and the King, movie premiere in Penang
    – Cintra Street, No 100 to be ‘mini museum’
    – City status proposal for George Town
    – Dato’ Keramat Road, No 40
    – Disabled, facilities for in Penang
    – George Town in world’s 100 most endangered sites
    – Guangzhou Uprising
    – Heritage tourism in Penang, conservation measures
    – Heritage Trails and sponsorship
    – Islamic Museum, call for
    – Kapitan Kling Mosque, restoration
    – Logan memorial, proposed removal
    – Macalister Road
    – Rent Control Act and redevelopment fund
    – Rent Control Act and tenants
    – Rent Control Act, repeal and perceptions
    – Runnymede Hotel
    – Street names, changes
    – Street signs, designs & spellings
    – Sun Yat Sen, Dr., in Penang
    – Syed Alatas Mansion, & call for Islamic Museum
    – Syed Alatas Mansion restoration
    – Town Hall, call for restoration
    – Tree felling, Tanjung Tokong
    – Tung Men Hui
    – Tzu Chi Foundation in Penang
    – UNESCO seeks heritage sponsors
    – Wakaf and Muslim traders
    – World Monuments Fund, Penang

  • Issue 63 – missing
  • May 1999 (Issue 62)

    – Social Housing
    – PT Bags and Tshirts
    – Restoration Works of Carpenters’ Guild
    – Duncan Sandys Award
    – Town Hall by the Esplanade
    – UNESCO Conference/Workshop
    – Penang and Melaka for World Heritage Map
    – Postcards of Penang

  • April 1999 (Issue 61)

    – Conservation of Inner George Town, issues
    – Heritage Conservation and commercial potential
    – Kapitan Kling Mosque Qariah Committee
    – KOMTAR, ‘only room for one’
    – Malay Heritage Museum, proposed
    – Mohideen Abdul Kader
    – Muslim heritage conservation
    – Penang Heritage Trust, website launched
    – Sri Tanjung, to become museum
    – Street signs & designs
    – Waqf Revitalisation
    – World Heritage Listing, push for George Town listing

  • February 1999 (Issue 60)

    – Anna and the King, movie shooting
    – Armenian Street and Anna and the King movie
    – Cannon Square in Anna and the King, movie
    – Chinese Chamber of Commerce and redevelopment of George Town
    – Chulia Street, perceptions of
    – Conservation vs Heritage Listing
    – Guidelines for Heritage Development, Draft
    – Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Overhead Bridge
    – Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce, letter
    – Penang, Alternative place names in
    – Penang as Tourist Destination
    – Rent Control Act, and small traders
    – Rent Control Act, seminar on Repeal
    – Signature Campaign, Save Inner George Town
    – Stewart Lane and traffic damage
    – Street signs & designs
    – Suffolk House, call for preservation
    – Thomas Leonowens tomb, restoration of

  • January 1999 (Issue 59)  

    – Food, Good Food Guide to Penang, review
    – Gospel Hall, Burmah Road, redevelopment
    – Heritage walks
    – Kapitan Kling Mosque
    – Little India
    – Rent Control Act and tenants
    – Street signs & designs
    – Suffolk House, private funds for restoration
    – Tan Choon Ghee, The Art of, review
    – Tanjung Muslim sites, preservation of
    – Tengku Kudin Mansion, history of

  • November/December 1998 (Issue 57/58)

    – PHT Office Launch
    – Rent Control; The Aftermath
    – Penang Poems

  • September 1998 (Issue 55/56)  

    – Cauder Mohideen tomb
    – Cultural Vibrancy, mission statement for Penang’s
    – Kedah Heritage Trust, formation
    – Loo Pun Hong street party
    – Old Salt Café
    – Penang Heritage Trust, activities criticised
    – Sumatra Heritage Trust, links with PHT

  • August 1998 (Issue 54)  

    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion, open for tours
    – Loo Pun Association
    – Loo Pun Hong, restoration project
    – Love Lane
    – Penang Heritage Trust, moves office
    – Penang: Pluralisme Sebuah Kota, extracts
    – Stewart Lane

  • July 1998 (Issue 53)  

    – Conservation measures legislation
    – Hardwicke
    – MPPP and vandalism at Christian cemetery

  • June 1998 (Issue 52)  

    – Cannon Square
    – Cantonese cemetery
    – Cantonese in Penang
    – Chinese Association, Kuala Lumpur
    – Clans, twilight of
    – Convent Light Street
    – Escoy smelter closure
    – Hairdressers Union, Penang
    – Heng Who Association
    – Hokkiens in Penang
    – Khoo Kongsi
    – Kwangtung and tengchow Association
    – Mount Erskine
    – Motor Drivers Union, Penang
    – Penang Heritage Trust, moves office
    – Rent Control Act, repeal, dialogues
    – Rent Control Act, repeal of, temporary measures
    – Rent Control Act, repeal, surveys
    – Rent Control Act and Chinese Associations
    – Rent Control Act and evictions
    – Rent Control Act and Khoo Kongsi
    – Rent Control Act and Malaysia Historical Relic Survey
    – Sam Sooi Wooi Koon, Penang
    – Ta Kam Hong (Goldsmiths Guild)
    – Tailors Association, Penang
    – Tan Teong Kooi, retirement
    – Thoe Yip Koong
    – Yip Yue Musical Association

  • May 1998 (Issue 51)  

    – Botanic Gardens, enlargement
    – Botanic Gardens, ‘Ugly tiles’ at
    – Buckingham Street pedestrianisation
    – Campbell Street pedestrianisation
    – Flea Market, Armenian Street
    – Penang Hill, Cable car for
    – Penang Hill Local Plan, amendments
    – Penang Hill Local Plan, endorsed
    – Maternity Hospital, conversion to Library
    – Renaming roads
    – Ritz Carlton Hotel & Demolition of 80 year old buildings
    – Ritz Carlton Hotel development
    – St George’s Girls School

  • March 1998 (Issue 49/50)  

    – Conservation Zone, call for in George Town
    – George Town, inner city plan
    – Loke Thyee Kee Restaurant, for sale
    – Majestic Theatre, for sale
    – New World Park, demolished
    – Penang listing for World Heritage status authenticity tests
    – Rex Cinema, for sale
    – Theme walks in George Town
    – UNESCO and education resource kit
    – Wing Look Restaurant, for sale
    – Zoning and heritage areas

  • January 1998 (Issue 47/48)  

    – Botanic Gardens, developments at
    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion
    – Church Street Ghaut, development project incentives
    – Height controls in George Town, lifting
    – Heritage Guidelines, petition presented
    – Historic Districts, and economic benefits
    – Indicators for ‘sick city’
    – Love Lane, development project incentives
    – Penang Hill Local Plan, gazetted
    – Straits Chinese, The, review
    – Trees, Law to protect and preserve
    – World Heritage Listing, recognition for

  • December 1997 (Issue 46)  

    – Ecological Sustainability round table
    – Kapitan Kling Mosque, restoration
    – Light Street, new courthouse building
    – PAM (Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia) press statement
    – Patani Road police station, demolished
    – Penang Strategic Plan, 2nd, for 2000-2010
    – Restoring Hanoi Opera House
    – SERI first seminar, sustainable development
    – Soul of Cities, The
    – Sustainable growth

  • October 1997(Issue 44/45)  

    – Heritage guidelines, petition for conservation zones

  • August 1997 (Issue 42/43)  

    – E&O Hotel
    – Hardwicke
    – Hotel Metropole
    – Loo Pun Hong
    – Relau House
    – Runnymede
    – Soonstead
    – Suffolk House

  • June 1997 (Issue 40/41)  

    – Botanic Gardens, Penang, ‘annual user fee’
    – Prangin Mall, conditions for developer
    – Prangin Mall, developers twenty conditions
    – Rent Control Act, repeal of, should have come sooner
    – Rent Control Act, debated
    – Rent Control Act, threat to George Town, AWPNUC

  • April 1997 (Issue 38/39)  

    – Air Itam Dam, water supply
    – Central Park, for George Town proposal
    – Clan Jetties, Weld Quay
    – Conservation, incentives for in Penang
    – Dengue fever outbreak
    – Heritage development and tourism
    – Jelutong Expressway, EIA
    – Loo Pun Hong, funds raised for
    – Penang Hill, Friends of
    – Penang Hill, development of
    – Penang Hill, Historical Views of, exhibition
    – Penang Hill Local Plan
    – Prangin Mall

  • March 1997 (Issue 37)  

    – Botanic gardens, privatisation
    – Central Park, for George Town proposed
    – Jalan Lim Chwee Leong, a pedestrian mall
    – Jalan Magazine, a pedestrian mall
    – Noordin Street houses, damaged during construction of Prangin Mall
    – Penang Hill Local Plan, public meeting
    – Prangin Mall, crisis
    – Prangin Market as a LRT station
    – Prangin Mall, stop work order and remedial measures
    – Teik Soon Street, remains of

  • January/February 1997 (Issue 35/36)

    – Penang Heritage ’97
    – KOMTAR Phase 3
    – Repeal of the Rent Control Act
    – Give Preservation Incentives
    – Prangin Mall

  • December 1996 (Issue 34)  

    – Blood and the Soil, review
    – Burmah Road houses, to become boutique hotel
    – Frank Swettenham & George Giles Watercolours and Sketches, review
    – Height controls in George Town
    – Penang Views 1770-1860, review
    – Pre-war buildings, survey of
    – Rent control Act, repeal in stages
    – Restoring and Reconstructing the Malay Timber House, review
    – Streets of George Town, Penang, review
    – The Straits Chinese, The: a Cultural History, review

  • November 1996 (Issue 33)  

    – AWPNUC Symposium, in Yogyakarta
    – Guidelines for preservation of inner city heritage
    – Height controls in George Town, transfer of rights

  • October 1996 (Issue 32)  

    – AWPNUC Secretariat and PHT
    – Disted College, restoration of Union Villa
    – Donnybrook Mansion, plot to become hotel
    – MPPP and height controls in George Town
    – PHT, change of office address
    – Tun Kudin House, restoration for resort
    – Union Villa, restoration of

  • September 1996 (Issue 31)  

    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion damaged
    – Hotel Continental
    – MPPP ‘accomplice of developer’
    – MPPP ‘late in serving stop notice’
    – Pile driving, and heritage buildings
    – Second Link, coastal road to Tanjung Tokong

  • August 1996 (Issue 30)  

    – Cheong Fatt Tze mansion
    – Conservation of building interiors, call for
    – E&O Hotel, fire at
    – Heritage Skills Workshop
    – Hotel Continental
    – Hotel Metropole, demolished
    – Penang Hill Local Plan gains council approval
    – Pile driving, and heritage buildings
    – Soonstead
    – Syed Alatas Mansion and 9 storey building development

  • July 1996 (Issue 29)  

    – Chung Thye Pin Villa
    – E&O Hotel

  • June 1996 (Issue 28)

    – Penang: Facets of a Collective Flavour
    – The Relau “Summer House”

  • May 1996 (Issue 27)

    – Preserve Penang’s Old Buildings
    – Heritage the Main Tourist Draw

  • April 1996 (Issue 26)

    – The Metropole Affair
    – Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

  • March 1996 (Issue 25)  

    – Carpenter’s Guild, Love Lane
    – Chai Gang, The Art of
    – Heritage Centre, Penang
    – Heritage Policy, Penang
    – Listing procedures for old buildings
    – Loo Pun Hong, A Community Project
    – Love Lane
    – Lu Pan
    – Old Buildings, Saving
    – Pre-War buildings, listed by state
    – Rent Control Act and heritage conservation
    – Syed Alatas Mansion, venue for exhibition
    – Town and Country Planning Act, amendments
    – Trees, Saving

  • February 1996 (Issue 24)  

    – Nara Symposium, AWPNUC
    – Restoring Ann Siang Road, A New Lease of Life
    – Restoring Koon Seng Road, Singapore
    – Restoring Martaban Road, Singapore
    – Suffolk House-Air Itam, Proposed Historical Precinct (map)
    – Syed Alatas Mansion restoration

  • January 1996 (Issue 23)  

    – Aloes, The, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah
    – Architecture, The Politics of
    – Balik Pulau, site for future development
    – Development ‘cannot be stopped’
    – E&O Hotel
    – Kuala Lumpur
    – Leith Street, No. 20
    – Putrajaya, and Dr Mahathir
    – Royal House, Anson Road
    – St Xavier’s Branch School, future of
    – St Xavier’s Branch School, to be placed on heritage list
    – Uplands School, site at Gurney Drive

  • December 1995 (Issue 22)

    – The Continuing Crisis
    – State Heritage Enactment
    – Approaches to Conservation

  • November 1995 (Issue 21)

    – Baba Superstitions & Beliefs
    – Straits Chinese Porecelain
    – Khoo Hoo Song Mausoleum

  • October 1995 (Issue 20)

    – Antiques & Collectibles Fair
    – Loo Pan Hong Temple

  • September 1995 (Issue 19)

    – Syed Alatas Mansion
    – Nara Symposium
    – Acheen Street Mosque

  • August 1995 (Issue 18)

    – Suffolk House
    – Portrait of Dr. Ong Chong Keng
    – Education in Conservation
    – Penang in Peril

  • July 1995 (Issue 17)

    – Architecture Today, Reconstruction or Deconstruction
    – Tropical Townscapes

  • June 1995 (Issue 16)

    – Hotel Metropole
    – The Kuantan Conference

  • May 1995 (Issue 15)

    – Hanoi, an Ancient City in Transition
    – Cheong Fatt Tse Mansion
    – Suffolk House

  • April 1995 (Issue 14)

    – Suffolk House Restoration Project
    – Heritage in Tourism
    – Hotel Metropole razed

  • March 1995 (Issue 13)

    – Victor Chin Watercolours
    – Preserve Heritage
    – Hotel Metropole razed

  • February 1995 (Issue 12)

    – Victor Chin Watercolours
    – Streets of George Town
    – Restoring & Reconstructing the Malay Timber House

  • January 19945 (Issue 11)

    – Trees & the MPPP

  • December 1994 (Issue 10)

    – Why Buildings Decay
    – Heritage House as Cultural Centre
    – PHT Conservation Education Programme

  • November 1994 (Issue 9)

    – Winning Back our Cities
    – 3rd Asia-Pacific NGO Environmental Conference
    – Heritage Trees

  • October 1994 (Issue 8)

    – Heritage Development

  • September 1994 (Issue 7)

    – Martinha Rozells
    – Hanoi Symposium

  • August 1994 (Issue 6)  

    – Ariff, Dato’ Nazir

  • Issues 1 thru 5 – missing
  • June 1989 (Vol 2, No 2)  

    – Cunyngham Brown, Sjovald
    – Fancourt, Olivia Marianne wife of Stamford Raffles
    – E&O Hotel
    – Leyden, John Casper
    – Mount Olivia
    – Padang, The
    – Raffles, Stamford in Penang
    – Recollections of Penang

  • November 1988 (Vol 2, No 1)  

    -Amahs and families
    -Heritage Trees of Penang
    -Historical Coins of Penang
    -Leith Street
    -Like Tigers Around a Piece of Meat (review)
    -Recollections of Penang
    -Sheik Omar Basheer, Mausoleum of
    -The Cree Journals: the voyages of Edward H Cree (review)
    -Watercolours and Sketches of Malaya 1880-1894 (review)

  • 1988, Vol 1, No 1 – missing