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  • Friday, 01 Dec 2017

 New booze regulations: What do they mean to you?

The new ruling Food (Amendment) Regulations 2016 go into effect today. The legal drinking age has been raised to 21 from 18, bottles have to carry a warning label, and more. What are people saying about this? Check out The Star today. 

Protecting wildlife, the anti-terrorism way

Looking to the anti-terror approach for inspiration, the Sabah Forestry Department is envisioning a quick-response enforcement unit trained by elite British SAS personnel as well as veteran anti-poaching rangers from Africa. Find out more in your main paper.

Visual storytellers
A group of urban sketchers are telling stories of their cities, towns and villages, documenting them through their drawings. Star2 has the story. 

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