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Top 10 most-shared stories on The Star Online

WE have compiled some of the most-shared stories by our readers across The Star Online website since late last year.

Some stories are touching, like the 101-year-old mom who is caring for her disabled son, while others are informative and celebratory such as Retirement tips for 40-plusand Britain celebrates birth of a princess, respectively.

We are happy that our readers found these stories to be interesting and shared them with their family and friends.

These stories are still too good not to Share!

1. Sabah quake: Guides' livelihood affected, donations sought
By: M. KUMAR, Published on June 7, 2015

Mountain guides that aid climbers up and down the mountain are facing tough times following the earthquake that struck Mount Kinabalu on Friday.

2. Age no barrier for 101-year-old mother to care for disabled son
By: Bernama, Published on May 11, 2015.

Meliah Md Diah is 101 years old. Despite her age, she is one tough cookie, going by her mission, so late in life.


3. 16 Malaysian firms in Forbes’ most powerful and valuable firms list
By: M. HAFIDZ MAHPAR, Published on May 8, 2015

Forbes has named Maybank as the 371st world’s biggest, most powerful and most valuable public companies.
Sixteen Malaysian firms have made it to Forbes’ latest annual Global 2000 ranking of the world’s biggest, most powerful and most valuable public companies.
4. Britain celebrates birth of a princess
By AFP, Published on May 2, 2015
The birth of Prince William and wife Kate’s baby was birth was announced to the world.

5. Retirement tips for 40-plus
By: EUGENE MAHALINGAM, Published on May 2, 2015.

Singaporean senior citizen Seah, 70 ,working to survive their life in the island republic
They say that the best rule when it comes to saving for retirement is to start as early as possible.

6. Heroic foreign worker saves stuck Singaporean toddler
By: NURULNADIAH MD NOH, Published on April 24, 2015
A foreign worker here has been hailed as a hero after he climbed to the second floor of a Housing Board block at Jurong East Avenue 1 to save a toddler whose head was stuck between the railings.

7. 80-year-old seller: My wantan the cheapest in Penang
The Star Online, Published on Feb 3, 2015.
Steady business: Gan serving the wantan mee at his home in Jalan Lembah Permai in Tanjung Bungah, Penang.
Wantan mee seller Gan Seng Lean, 80, has been maintaining the price of his wantan at 10 sen each regardless of the fuel price.


8. ‘Sweetheart’ said to be pregnant
Compiled by LOSHANA K. SHAGAR, NG SI HOOI and M. UMAGESWARI , Published on Jan 26, 2015

Actress Lisa Surihani is said to be pregnant with her first child, reported Metro Ahad.
9. Passport fee reduced to RM200
By RASHVINJEET S. BEDI, The Star Online. Published on Jan 15, 2015

Malaysian travellers can rejoice as the fee to make or renew their passport for five years is now RM200, down by RM100.


10. Ameera Natasha named best speaker in Cambridge debate tournament
By DINA MURAD, Published on Dec 1, 2014

International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) student Ameera Natasha Moore was named best overall speaker in the recently concluded Cambridge University Women's Debate Open.
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