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Hillside, Penang

kayes



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All pics on this thread courtesy of Darryl Howlett. Email from Darryl to me says as follows:-


"I served with the RAAF at Butterworth between 1977-1979. Your Hillside page brings back many great memories. I have many photos from that time if you are interested".
· Date: January 25, 2009 · Views: 21800 ·
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kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
January 25, 2009 9:01am

Pic 2


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics3/daryll11.jpg



Pic 3


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Pic 4


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Pic 5


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Pic 7


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KevC

Registered: January 2009
Posts: 1
January 25, 2009 9:03pm

Great shots Darryl.Two beauties of the School.I'm sure any photos of the RAAF school would be more than welcome on Raafschoolpenang.com.
Regards
Kevin
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
January 30, 2009 2:31am

hi Darryl, here's a pic of Sam I took yesterday. As you know he used to run Sam Book Store in Hillside (Jalan Sungei Kelian) for many years. Now he has relocated to Chulia Street and runs a second hand book store and he also has many motorbikes for rental to tourists. Another bookstore in Hillside was "Sheriff" also at Jalan Sungei Kelian in Hillside. One of the partners now operates a bookshop in Hutton Lane. One more bookstore in Hillside was at Jalan Loh Poh Heng. I don't know where he has moved to now but he had a very good selection of comics.


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics3/sambook.jpg
Darryl

Registered: January 2009
Posts: 1
February 2, 2009 9:17am

Hi Kayes
Haven't been on much lately due to work & weather.
It's good to see that Sam is still out & about. He was a favourite with the Raafies with his books & magazines. He was also a great sponsor for the various sport clubs. The photo I sent you was at the end of season function for the volleyball competition in 1979 as far as I remember.
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 2, 2009 10:25am

Not to mention he had those special train sets for sale. Can't remember the brand .... Hornby? I bought quite a bit of them trains plus accessories from Sam for my kids.
BeeBee

Registered: August 2008
Posts: 8
May 24, 2009 11:48am

We lived in Penang in the 1970s and again 1982 to 1985. Nice to know that Sam is still in Penang. We used to buy all our magazines and books and other lines from his store in Jalan Sungei Kelian. It's four years since our last visit to Penang. We will be back in June 2010 for about a week. Can't wait!
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
May 25, 2009 4:30am

hello BeeBee & welcome to Penang Talk. Sam is now is Chulia Street and still under the name of "Sam Book Store". You can surprise him there Smile Did you live in Hillside?
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
May 25, 2009 5:06am

An email from Kathleen Tindall.


"How great is this to read .I resided in Penang along time ago.Went to the RAAF school in the sixties.I still remember our Amah--Lane.Still remember many things".


Her email is kathleen.t4@bigpond.com
kayes

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Posts: 3,395
May 25, 2009 5:09am

An email from Christine.


" I am trying to find Stuart Parker whose father served in RAF in Penang. Stu attended St John's in Singapore and had a younger sister Siobhan".


Her email is englishrose53@hotmail.com
BeeBee

Registered: August 2008
Posts: 8
June 29, 2009 2:18pm

Thanks Kayes. Yes, I will definitely call in to see Sam next year. I did live in Hillside. The first in the 1970s was at 9 Jalan Bahaudin and the second time was in Vale of Tempe in Road Seven. I think it was number 18. Several years ago when we were holidaying in Penang, I heard that Ken Tan was residing in that Vale of Tempe house. We knew Ken through the Penang Swimming Club. Gosh, what wonderful years I had in Penang!
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
August 28, 2009 2:18am

An email from Steve.


"Hello, compliments on the website which is way informative ! My wife was born in Penang while her father was based in the RAF in Butterworth. She left when she was only 3 yeard old and never had the opportunity to return. She is now 43 years old and we are finally coming over in October. She even managed to obtain the address of the house she lived in. I have been gathering as much information as possible on Penang and since it's our 20th. marriage anniversary in October we decided to celebrate it there, in Penang. The only worry is that from the info I have gathered, October seems to be the wettest month. Seems like the peak of the monsoon. Is this correct ? DO you think I should reschedule the holiday ? It would be great to be there on our anniversary and the holiday is already booked so it to postpone would be an expense in itself but if the weather is too bad in Oct we are prepared to postpone. Would love to have your opinion. Thanks. Steve, Malta/Europe".


His email is steve@muddywatersbar.net
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
August 28, 2009 2:24am

hello Steve, I hope to see you posting here soon Smile Well, October is traditionally the "rainy season" but it looks like the rains have arrived earlier this year. It is raining now here in August. I would suggest you do not change your plans.
JimJoyce

Registered: February 2009
Posts: 58
August 28, 2009 5:19pm

The Elderley Lady,with the Cattle,in Pic No3,I remember quite vividly,as if it were yesterday in fact,she used to often stop and talk with my Wife and my Wife used to give her Iced Water,she would take nothing else,after a short conversation she would move the Cattle on down Jln Bunga Chempah Puteh and within two days my dog would have more ticks than a Polling Booth on Election Day
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
July 6, 2010 2:07pm

An email from Len Eaton (leaton@ecn.net.au)


"was posted to Penang in 1962 for 6 months. lived Minden barracks, we had a small enclosed radio shack at Batu Uban, high on hill inside a compound. Anyone remember it?"
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
July 6, 2010 2:13pm

An email from Leanne Atkinson (layeanatkinson@hotmail.com)


"I would like to see the picture of 14 Marie Pitchay Road and 16 Marie Pitchay Road in the early 1900-2000"
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
July 6, 2010 2:32pm

hi Leanne, 14 or 16 Marie Pitchay Road would look exactly like the one shown in the topmost pic of this thread. I lived at 28 which is the highest house and right at the end of the cul-de-sac. I lived there from 1976 to 1992.
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
July 31, 2010 10:20am

An email from Ken Linsday (klg0jwl@msn.com) :-


"Really brought back some great memories, I was stationed there with the 1st green jackets 43 & 52nd. in the early 60's Wish I was back there".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
October 20, 2010 11:14pm

An email from Catherine Hough (nee Walker) (cathough59@yahoo.com.au)


"So many memories of Hillside Penang and the RAAF school. First ever boyfriend Gary Ayres. I lived at 36 Jalan Azyze and he lived next door.My Dad Sam Walker was based at Butterworth.Coming back 25th October 2010 with my husband Wayne for the first time in almost 40 years. I now have a work colleague here in Mandurah WA who is from Malaysia and visits Penang annually. She has told me so much about the "new" Penang. I can't wait, actually I'm so excited I'm writing this at 3am 21st October. Can't sleep!"
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
October 20, 2010 11:23pm

An email from Chris (chrismyralaurenson@live.com.au)


"Great to see you all again guys, we did so many years in the Infantry, Hard Years they were too !!!!!!!!"
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
October 20, 2010 11:28pm

An email from Dana Johnson (dj.johnson@live.com)


"No:! Lorong Bungah Pudak, Hillside, Penang. We lived at this address for 1 1/2 years. 1975-761/2. I'm also trying to find are chinese maid and gardener".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
October 20, 2010 11:34pm

An email from Higgins (higgins@activ8.net.au)


"we had a great time and we also added to our family by having a lovely baby while my husband was posted there.The best restaurant when we where there was The Eden great ,great food Thanks"
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
October 20, 2010 11:39pm

An email from John Simmons (johnsimmons31@yahoo.co.uk)


" I was stationed at RAAF Butterworth from 1962 to '64. I was in the Army. Lived in married quarters, in flats, next to the Chinese swimming pool in Tanjong Bungah. Hope to visit again next year. That was my best posting for the whole of my service, a great place, a lot of memories".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
October 20, 2010 11:43pm

An email from Bullet Rodge JONES (kapemifotu@gmail.com)


"Minden Barracks 1962-65. Does anyone remember the moments spent in the botanical gardens with me and the lads/lasses. If you do please write and talk to me.... they were great days and i wish......."
kayes

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Posts: 3,395
October 20, 2010 11:49pm

An email from Ken Bromage (kenbromage@googlemail.com)


" i was in stationed in penang and done 2 tours in borneo first tour in sarrawak 1 claret sarudong ulu 2nd tour sabah. i was there in 1965".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
October 20, 2010 11:55pm

An email from Lawrie TAYLOR (lawrie.taylor@virgin.net)


"We lived in Tanjong Bungah Park in the early 1960s. On arrival in Penang we first lived in the Australian Army Hostel and then moved to a two-storey house up on the left hand side as you turned in to Tanjong Bungah Park, a few doors along from the shops. We then moved to a bungalow up the hill. I went to Alexandra Grammar School in Singapore and boarded at Kinloss House. My elder brother went to Bourne School in KL. My younger brother attended a local primary school. My dad worked at Butterworth. I remember the "Makan Man" pushing a cart up the hill. My mother used to take out a bowl to him and have it filled with curry. I visited Penang in 1993 and was disappointed to see a lot of the buildings I remember in a state of decay. This included the Australian Army Hospital and the Springtide(?) Hotel".
kayes

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Posts: 3,395
October 28, 2010 12:25pm

An email from Noel Cockfield (noelcockfield@aol.com)


"Hi, Just stumbled across your site while looking for 'stuff' about Penang. My parents lived in Jalan Marie Pitchay from '65 to '68 - # 16 or 18. Dad was RAF [33Sqn, RAAF Butterworth]. I enjoyed looking at your photos. Happy Days! Rgds. Noel Cockfield".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 12:28am

An email from Fiona Middleton (fiona.middleton@virginmedia.com)


"Hi everybody - was so happily suprised to find you all at this site reminiscing. I'm the daughter of an RAF Flight Sgt (now retired), Ray Middleton, stationed at Butterworth but living in Tanjong Bungah 1989 - 1993. You Aussie's used to affectionately call him Chiefy at that time ! (Well in front of US you did - God knows what you Aussie's called the RAF guys after a few beers down the good old Hostie ! ) The absolute time of my life. As an Air Force child we must have moved every 2 or 3 years but I have never ever forgotten about our time in Penang, whilst memories of other postings have faded slightly more. Penang's a fresh memory - the sights the sounds, the smells, the FOOD ! Hillside makan stalls was like a second home (we lived at Medan Tanjong Bunga and the Aussies a couple of streets up). Great times shared with the Aussie and Kiwi Air Force families. (There were over 200 of you and only 4 Brits so we were outnumbered by you prisoners! Haha!) What a blast


Thanks for running this site. If anyone knows my Dad and would like me to mention you to him, let me know. Come and say hello back here at this site. Cheers !"
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 12:35am

An email from Grant Mather (grant.mather@cw.com)


"From cold wet england as a 6 year old to a hot humid fantasy island. I have many fond memories of Penang, I can so relate to many of the places your previous post have mentioned. I thank you you all for reminding me what a great adventure I had in Penang. (1966)"
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 12:43am

An email from Steve McNamara aka Shaky (smcnamara@southernphone.com.au)


"If any one remembers me please drop me an e-mail cheers".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 1:04am

An email from Steve Young (mijevist@netspeed.com.au)


"Also a former resident (1969-1971) of Hillside. Lived at 26 Jalan Azyze (might even be the one in the photo above!!) - a stones throw from the RAAF School as it was then. Lots of memories of the Hostie, Penang Swimming Club, Jap Forts, Scout Rock, etc. Through the RAAF School Penang website I have now been in touch with many friends and made numerous others by virtue of reunions every couple of years. In fact we had in access of 200 people (approx 110 were students or teachers) return to Penang a few weeks ago for our most recent reunion at Bayview Beach Resort at Batu Feringgi. Had a wonderful time exploring the old haunts .... not to mention plenty of new ones. We had the opportunity to revisit the old school thanks to the grace of the Malaysian Air Force who allowed us almost free reign of the grounds. Thanks to the management of the Penang Swimming Club we were able to spend an evening visiting albeit without a swim!! Pleased to see the Jap forts are still there but for how long one can only guess - I read that the residents of Pearl Hill and some local government support have petitioned against further development on the hill. Was a little disappointed to see all the high rise developments but I guess that's progress. We have tentatively planned for another Penang reunion in 2015 so look forward to seeing what changes have taken place then".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 1:32am

An email from Hoot Gibson (walterjgibson@bigpond.com)


"Thanks for posting the photo's of the Hillside area. Great memories. I lived at No 1 Jalan Pelata from 1971 to 1974 with my wife Barbara and son Stephen. Our daughter kylie was born at 4 RAAF Butterworth Hospital. I served with 75 Squadron and played both rugby and league football with the mighty Saints. Also played with CFN Rugby Union in all Malay States in the Malaysia Cup.


Penang was a fantastic place to live and work. Great site.


John (Hoot) Gibson"
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 1:38am

An email from JIM MURPHY (SCOUSE) (jimmurphy1981@hotmail.co.uk)


"I was stationed in the bks with 55 coy r.a.s.c.(a.d.) we lived on the hill in the basher huts right next to the Greenjackets dog kennels love to hear from anyone stationed there in the 1963/4 years"
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 1:48am

An email from Dick Harding (dick27da@googlemail.com)


" I was stationed at RAF Seletar in 1956-1957. I used to meet up with a skiffle group from the Sigs unit at Port Swettenham and we would play at a club called The Green Parrot. We played during the resident band's breaks and were paid in beer. The guitarist was a chap called Tank Davis who lived in London. The Tanjong Bungah beach was tremendous and the leave centre accomodation was a colonial house(female quarters, dining room etc.) and wooden huts for the chaps to sleep in. The ammunition guard duty from singapore to Butterworth was much sought after, as we got a couple of days off to spend at T.B. before flyingback on the Butterworth "pig" Happy days!!! '
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 2:02am

An email from Doug Waters (doug.waters@optusnet.com.au)


" Like so many I have just discovered this page. I visited Penang on 7th of August 10 and would have dearly liked to have seen this before I went. We were in malaysia from Aug 65 to Aug 68 lived at 13 Jalan Bunga Bakawali Tanjong Bunga (more fondly known as Bunga Baka NAFFI) just of Jalan Gajah. It was quite a surprise to return after 40 plus years and see all the changes. The cab driver had lots of difficulty in locating the old house, but when we got there, despite all the other changes in the area, it was still the same and the row of house that used to be occupied by chinese across the road were also unchanged. neighbours that I had throughout the duration were, Daryl Wishart (Inst), Mick Kemp (Arm) and Bill Stallybrass (Elec). If anyone has any knowledge of the wereabouts of Daryl Wishart, I would be keen to here how he is doing. One of the most lasting memories of this time was arriving back in Sydney in the middle of winter with an 18 month old toddler that had never had any cloths on other than singlet and knickers and wouldn't put them on in the aircraft. He soon changed his mind when we exited the aircraft to a cold blast of winter blowing across the tarmac".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 2:30am

An email from Pat Camfield (nee Lee) (patcamfield@btinternet.com)


"I lived at 530 Tanjong Bungah in 1953 and at night we could hear the CTs firing their guns. As I was only 11 years old my mother told me that it was thunder and lightening. In the local shops not far from where we lived was a man with no nose".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 20, 2011 2:41am

An email from Audrey Keong (ak@aklc.co.uk)


"Hi, my folks had a house in Jalan Bunga Okid in Hillside rented out to the RAAF, and wondered if anyone remembered staying there! My cousin now lives next door.."
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 27, 2011 2:18pm

An email from Bev Haines (bha03235@bigpond.net.au)


"In 1959-1961 I used to live in Jalan Gajah and visited the hotel on Tanjong Bungah Beach where they served the best nasi goering ever. The beach was where my first child learnt to walk. I wish I could go back to see it all again but times and finances do not permit. When I lived on Penang Island I had the perfect life. The scenery was beautiful, people a delight to talk with, food! fabulous and my amah a very good friend. I learnt a lot of history about Malaysia (Malaya at that time)and tropical flowers remind me of the perfumes of Penang together with many other happy memories. I arrived as a new bride, happy to learn about every thing malaysian, and I did but never mastered that language except "thank you".
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
February 27, 2011 10:19pm

More entries from former RAAF/RAF personnel can be read here:-


http://penangpage.com/tgbungah/


and here:-


http://penangpage.com/tgbungah/hside.html


However please note I no longer update those pages but will not take them down. Those pages will be left as they are so that they can be read by especially people looking for old friends.


Also check out this thread on this forum if you have missed it:-


http://www.PenangTalk.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=431
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
March 1, 2011 4:39am

hi all, I spent part of this morning reading all the comments posted by ex RAAF/RAF personnel and I am so pleased to know they all enjoyed their postings/stays here in Penang. To me, these ex RAAF/RAF personnel and their families are the best ambassadors for Malaysia and in particular Penang. Our Tourism Ministry should take special note of these people who can promote Penang more than any other kind of "tourism campaign" that costs millions of dollars and yet the return is meagre.


The Tourism Minister should consider organizing special "subsidized trips" for these ex RAAF/RAF personnel and/or their families to return to see Penang. Such trips can be highlighted in the media and the favourable publicity generated will be enormous. The trips won't cost much compared to the ministry's current extravagant campaigns.


I don't know whether anyone from the Federal Tourism Ministry reads Penang Talk but I do know that the former Penang State Exco Member for Tourism, Dato Kee Phaik Cheen used to read Penang Talk on a regular basis. She often told me she loves Penang Talk Smile


So what do you ex RAAF/RAF guys/gals think of my idea? Let me have your views and I will try to get this thing going.
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
March 3, 2011 2:04pm

An email from Neil Wickham (nwickham@hotmail.co.uk)


"this certainly brings back memories for me as i was at minden barracks school 66-68 ish i believe, still got my class photo, had a fantastic childhood in penang living at leboh raya tembagah, went back 2007 and visited as many places as i could remember although i cant recall the first house i lived in, loved george town but was dissapointed that i couldnt see the australian club where my mum played volleyball and i drank fanta from the bottle by the sea, i could go on and on. my dad was working up the hill in the raf. will try to recall some names".
derrickab

Registered: August 2008
Location: England
Posts: 74
April 18, 2011 7:51pm

Hi Kayes. I think your idea about old expats promoting Penang/Tourism is an excellant idea. We have spoken many times on Penang Talk Kayes and the wife and I have been coming back to Penang since 1990 for our 25th Wed Anns. We have spoken to many local people and it is supprising how little the younger Penang generation know about the excistance of the British and Australian servive people and how and why they where in Penang. Many of them did not know that the USM was once a British army camp, and when we tell them that our daughter was born there there reply was " Oh what at the univerity". You cannot blame them, the Penang Museum or the Museum at the USM does not even mention the British/Australian excistance here in Penang. Many service people often return to Penang as you have mentioned in you column to remenice and to see just how much it has changed. We stay at the Paradise in TB, not only is it quiter than BF but out connections are with Hillside and we often walk around the area to see where we once lived, and to us it is just as we remembered it. Ok some of the houses have been extended and modernised by the Chinese but many of them remain unchanged with louvred windows and original gates just as we left it in the late 60's. Yes I think the older generation would be great ambassadors for your tourism industry, bring it on before it's to late. Thank you
Orange

Registered: December 2009
Posts: 507
April 19, 2011 6:52am

Senior tourists tend to stay in luxurious hotels, eat at high-end restaurants and they have higher purchasing powers. Backpackers are usually young travellers. They like adventures, exploring the unknown and many are into couch crushing.


These are my own observations, I may not be right after all!
Orange

Registered: December 2009
Posts: 507
April 20, 2011 1:27am

For the above comment:


Last word of the first para should be "crashing". Sorry very much for the typo error!
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Posts: 3,395
May 4, 2011 11:47pm

An email from Pat Smith (patsmith@poboxes.com.au)


"My husband, Bob, showed me this site and what wonderful memories it brought back. He was posted to 75 Squadron from 1972 to 1975 and we lived at 4 Jalan Bungah Chempah Puteh, Hillside (just behind the drycleaners). Our daughter, Nicole, was born at RAAF Butterworth Hospital in 1973. When she was 13 we took her back to visit the country where she was born and it has become a favourite place for her to visit. We have been back for some wonderful sentimental holidays and always it is like going home".
kayes

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August 17, 2011 3:37am

An email from Andrew Worrell.


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics7/aworrell.jpg
kayes

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October 30, 2011 4:42am

An email from Linda Beadle:-


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics7/beadle.jpg
kayes

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January 16, 2012 10:27pm

An email from Marlis & Gerry Vanden:-


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics7/marlisvanden.jpg
kayes

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August 8, 2012 11:45am

An email from Rosalie Stokes:-


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics8/rosaliestokes.jpg
kayes

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December 17, 2013 11:16am

An email from Kerry Stevenson:-


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics8/stevenson.jpg
kayes

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Posts: 3,395
February 18, 2014 8:00am

Fancy a free week's stay in Penang? Check this out:-


http://www.penangtalk.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=1656
cope

Registered: October 2013
Posts: 65
February 22, 2014 2:33am

Sam is still going on Chulia St. Lots of travel books and novels.
kayes

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Posts: 3,395
March 5, 2014 4:58am

An email from Carole Winder.


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics8/winderbowman.jpg
kayes

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March 5, 2014 5:26am

An email from Mark Rouland.


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics8/markrouland.jpg
kayes

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March 5, 2014 5:34am

An email from Andrew Richardson.


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics8/andrewrichardson.jpg
kayes

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November 19, 2014 2:56am

An email from Joan Goodman.


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics8/cliffjoan.jpg


hi Joan,


You can win a free stay in Penang :-) Check out this link.


http://www.penangtalk.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=1656
kayes

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Posts: 3,395
May 18, 2015 9:31am

An email from Scott Brodie.


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics9/scottbrodie.jpg
kayes

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May 31, 2015 11:08am

An email from Pearce.


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics9/pearcejan.jpg
kayes

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August 10, 2017 9:53am

An email from Stephen Auburn.


http://penangtalk.com/pics4/sauburn.jpg



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