What's in your copy of The Star today? (Jan 17)


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  • Tuesday, 16 Jan 2018

What we do about those automobile graveyards?

You see them here and there in cities and towns. Abandoned cars. Their owners have disappeared. And local councils and residents are left to deal with them. What is being done? What can be done? Can they be salvaged? Check out your Metro section today, as well as the main paper.

There is no sweet life for Kg Manis residents

They are surrounded by the trappings of development, but the fruits have been denied them. Even the basic necessities of life have been denied them. Poverty remains a problem for residents of Kampung Manis in Penang. Read their stories in your main paper.

Putting her best foot forward

Nelissa Hilman started off with just having a love for beautiful shoes. Today, the designer and businesswoman is fast on her way to making a mark in the Malaysian footwear scene. Read her inspiring story in your Star2.

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