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Friends of arrested Reuters reporter in Myanmar pour out hearts on social media

YANGON (Reuters) - Ever since Reuters Myanmar reporter Wa Lone was arrested on Dec. 12 on suspicion of violating the Official Secrets Act, friends and former colleagues have poured out their hearts and expressed hopes for his release on social media.

A year to remember

Throughout 2016, the Silver State has had its ups and downs, but the highs outnumber the lows as it is named one of the best places to visit, having produced an Olympic silver medallist and small-town Bagan Datuk becomes a full-fledged district.

Rivers and parks get a clean up

Students join joint effort organised by The Star to clean Sg Kinta.

300 get dirty to clean up Sungai Kinta

IPOH: About 300 people took part in a river-cleaning programme near Sungai Kinta here under the Star Media Group’s “Do Good, Volunteer” initiative.

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Doing the right thing for rivers

More than 200 volunteers will be getting the chance to learn what it takes to keep rivers clean and its importance during a river-cleaning programme under the “Do Good, Volunteer” initiative.

Orang asli flood victims get homes

PETALING JAYA: Insaf Malaysia has completed building the two houses donated by Star Foundation for the orang asli flood victims.

First orang asli house goes up

GUA MUSANG: The first of 15 houses for the orang asli affected by the December floods was completed in four days.

Insaf rushing to finish houses for flood victims

PETALING JAYA: As the orang asli in Kelantan wait patiently for the Government to build their houses after December’s massive floods, one non-governmental organisation has decided to lend a helping hand earlier.

Getting dirty today for a cleaner tomorrow

ABOUT 135 volunteers got their feet wet and hands dirty when they got down to business to clean up the Sungai Way river and its surrounding banks on a sunny Saturday morning.