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  • Tuesday, 21 Nov 2017

Shocking! Malaysian drivers and their handphones

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai has said that the authorities will come down hard on people who use mobile devices while driving. How bad is this problem? The Star went to the ground to find out, and you’ll be shocked at what we saw. What can be done about this, especially since these devices are such a part of our lives? Turn to your main paper for more.

When the earth moves

It was like a scene from the apocalypse. Shop owners and residents in Seri Kembangan were shocked by a landslide on Monday night that swalloed 11 cars. What happened? Turn to StarMetro to find out.

The best of buildings

Star2 features the top projects from around the world that were recognised at the recent World Architecture Festival 2017.

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