What's in your copy of The Star today? (Sept 27)

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  • Wednesday, 27 Sep 2017

Check out these exclusives in your newspaper today.

Flood victims were fed what?!

A Facebook post from a flood victim complaining of being served canned sardines and rice for lunch at a relief centre in Perlis sparked a social media backlash, with many netizens attacking her for being ungrateful. What's the real story here? The Star has it.

The last hurrah

After 19 years, Malaysia will host the Petronas Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix for the last time from Sept 29 to Oct 1. Find out what Sepang International Circuit CEO Datuk Razlan Razali has to say about all of this.

Green education … and more!

Some teachers in Bangi are using a garden to teach their students not just how to grow plants, but also how to grow as people. Read about this in our monthly gardening column "Ready, Set, Grow!" You can also post questions to our plant doctor, Dr Christopher Teh, and learn how to make the anti-pest "Fly Trap." All in your Star2 today.


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