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Shah Alam overcomes a difficult year

SHAH ALAM has had an eventful 2018 but the Selangor state capital has emerged from the incidents unscathed.

Malaysians from all walks of life taking part in the AnakAnak Malaysia 2018 Walk at Eco Ardence, Shah Alam. — Filepic

Keeping his subjects close to heart

SELANGOR Ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah is known for not mincing his words when speaking up on issues that affect the state. Over the years, the monarch has voiced his displeasure over various matters and spoken up against instances of injustice.

Sultan Sharafuddin greeting visitors at the Selangor state Hari Raya open house in Shah Alam on June 24. With him are Tengku Permaisuri Norashikin and Selangor MB Amirudin Shari.

Many reaching out to help ex-football star now living on the streets

PETALING JAYA: The plight of former international Salahuddin Che Ros is not being ignored after reports of the footballer sleeping on the streets tugged at the heartstrings.

Trends and concerns in the Shah Alam property market

The Shah Alam property market has seen a rise in demand after the completion of several highways that opened up the area over the last two decades.

Landserve MD Chen King Hoaw says owners of newly handed-over housing in Shah Alam find it hard to sell their unit or that the selling price is unable to match the cost price.

Muscling your way through old age

BY 2035, 15% of the Malaysian population will be over the age of 60. Strength and energy are essential for adults to continue doing the things they enjoy and participate in activities with loved ones as they age.

MIDF expects strong final quarter for Eco World

KUALA LUMPUR: Eco World Development Group's 9MFY18 core net income of RM98.7mil came in within MIDF Research's expectations despite making up only 61% and 57% of its and consensus full-year estimates.

#AnakAnakMalaysia: Better together

ON this special day, Malaysians near and far have voiced their hopes for a better future.

Interactive pit stops add to the excitement

THE interactive and captivating pit stops were the talk of participants during the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk.

(From left) Gan Chun Kit, 25, Ng Yun Pei, 25, and Leekie Po, 25, posing at a giant replica of the AnakAnakMalaysia Wristband.

Walking together for Malaysia

FOR retired Royal Malaysian Air Force Leftenan-General Datuk Sabri Adam, the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk has come to symbolise unity and camaraderie.

(From left) Star Media Group chairman Datuk Fu Ah Kiow, Eco World Development Group Bhd chairman Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin and Selangor Mentri Besar Amirudin Shari with participants at the AnakAnakMalaysia Walk at Eco Ardence, Shah Alam. — NG KOK LEONG, IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star

Birthday girls and others have fun in the morning

SHAH ALAM: It’s their birthday and they will walk if they want to.

Ready to roll: Nurul Hayati (wearing headscarf) and Wan Mas Merah (wearing red cap) with family and friends before the walk.