What's in your copy of The Star today? (Sept 14)

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  • Wednesday, 13 Sep 2017

A cheaper cure

The Cabinet has given the green light to a drug that can benefit over 400,000 Malaysians infected with Hepatitis C. What is this drug? Turn to your main paper for the story.

The Golding touch

Sarawak-born heartthrob Henry Golding hit the jackpot after scoring the lead role in Crazy Rich Asians. Now, Hollywood can't seem to get enough of him. He speaks to Star2 about working in Tinseltown and coping with a long-distance relationship.

No change to oil prices ... at least until the 2030s!

Yes, it may fall a little (or rise a little) but the World Bank doesn't expect there to be long-term changes to global oil prices at least until the 2030s. Find out why in StarBiz today.

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