What's in your copy of The Star today? (Nov 1)

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 31 Oct 2017

An end to decades of business

Senior citizens who have spent many years trading at the corners of Brickfields’ Little India now find themselves facing an uncertain future after a DBKL clampdown. Read about it in Metro p2-3.

On the wildlife trail

A wild Sunda clouded leopard was captured in a purpose-built trap along the Kinabatangan River and fitted with a satellite collar by conservationists to help provide vital data towards its survival. See p3 of Nation for more.

A proposal for KL

Students from the prestigious Harvard University Graduate School of Design descended on Kuala Lumpur to explore how the city could grow. See Star2’s centre-spread for their innovative ideas that forge connections between the people, the city centre and the Klang River.

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