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.For these stories and more, grab a copy of the newspaper or e-paper today! Or sign up for an e-paper subscription here.
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