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Steps taken to curb flooding at Upper Thomson Road - TODAYonline;

Steps taken to curb flooding at Upper Thomson Road - TODAYonline

Channel NewsAsiaSteps taken to curb flooding at Upper Thomson RoadTODAYonlineSteps taken to curb flooding at Upper Thomson Road. Personnel from the Bishan East-Thomson CCC were spotted near the site of the flash flood at Upp Thomson . Photo: Ooi Boon Keong/ TODAY. mail · print. View all comments. Tweet · Share. By ...Second flash flood at Upper Thomson Road in less than a monthChannel NewsAsiaFlash flood at Upper Thomson Road due to heavy rain; second time in two monthsThe Straits TimesUpper Thomson Road flooded again due to heavy rainMothership.sg (registration)all 4 news articles »

Video captures moment lightning strikes tree at Sim Lim Tower carpark - The Straits Times;

Video captures moment lightning strikes tree at Sim Lim Tower carpark - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesVideo captures moment lightning strikes tree at Sim Lim Tower carparkThe Straits TimesA screengrab of the video delivery driver Fahrol Razi posted on Facebook, showing a lightning strike a tree at the carpark. Published. 3 hours ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ Reddit Print Purchase Article.and more »

Bridget's Adventures: Flying high skydiving indoors at iFly - The Straits Times

Bridget's Adventures: Flying high skydiving indoors at iFlyThe Straits TimesAt iFly Singapore, flying is easy. The hard part is staying down and not crashing into walls as Straits Times' journalist Bridget Tan finds out the hard way. Published. 2 min ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ ...and more »

Digitisation's latest target? The beloved Lunar New Year lai sees, or red packets - South China Morning Post;

Digitisation's latest target? The beloved Lunar New Year lai sees, or red packets - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostDigitisation's latest target? The beloved Lunar New Year lai sees, or red packetsSouth China Morning PostHold tight to your lai sees, or red packets, this Lunar New Year because soon they may be obsolete. The Year of the Rooster will be ushered in with a new way of gifting money – traditionally given in red envelopes that symbolise good luck – with ...Singaporeans tighten their budgets for Lunar New YearHuman Resources Onlineall 2 news articles »

Gymnastics coach Zhu Xiaoping dies after battle with cancer - TODAYonline;

Gymnastics coach Zhu Xiaoping dies after battle with cancer - TODAYonline

The Straits TimesGymnastics coach Zhu Xiaoping dies after battle with cancerTODAYonlineFormer national gymnasts Megan Chong (left) and Ann Sim (right) react after paying their respects at the wake of gymnastics coach Zhu Xiaoping, on Jan 19, 2017. Ann was the captain of the 2015 SEA Games gymnastics team that took gold. Photo: Ooi Boon ...Zhu Xiaoping, who coached Singapore's gymnasts to historic gold in 2015 SEA Games despite suffering from cancer ...The Straits Timesall 2 news articles »

Flexible work, gender equality key to boosting birth rates, says Harvard sociologist - The Straits Times

Flexible work, gender equality key to boosting birth rates, says Harvard sociologistThe Straits TimesVisiting Harvard sociologist Mary Brinton gave three reasons why women in some countries are having more babies than others. PHOTO: ST FILE. Published. 4 hours ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ Reddit ...and more »

Singapore, India renew air force agreement for another 5 years - Channel NewsAsia;

Singapore, India renew air force agreement for another 5 years - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaSingapore, India renew air force agreement for another 5 yearsChannel NewsAsiaThe renewed bilateral agreement allows the Republic of Singapore Air Force to continue its joint military training at Kalaikunda Air Force Station in India. Posted 19 Jan 2017 14:24; Updated 19 Jan 2017 22:15. The Republic of Singapore Air Force's F ...RSAF to train with Indian Air Force for another 5 years, under renewed bilateral pactThe Straits TimesIndia, Singapore renew bilateral Air Force training agreementThe New Indian ExpressSingapore, India renew air force exercise agreementBusiness StandardThe Hindu -Famagusta Gazette -indiabloomsall 8 news articles »

SAF regular found at Sembawang Camp died of gunshot wound: Coroner's inquiry - Channel NewsAsia;

SAF regular found at Sembawang Camp died of gunshot wound: Coroner's inquiry - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaSAF regular found at Sembawang Camp died of gunshot wound: Coroner's inquiryChannel NewsAsiaAn autopsy showed that 20-year-old Pravinraj Selvaraj had likely placed his rifle in his mouth before pulling the trigger. The inquiry heard Pravinraj was diagnosed with depression and acute stress reaction by psychiatrists from the Institute of Mental ...and more »

Call to all tourists: Visit Asean, spend more, stay longer - The Straits Times;

Call to all tourists: Visit Asean, spend more, stay longer - The Straits Times

Channel NewsAsiaCall to all tourists: Visit Asean, spend more, stay longerThe Straits TimesComposer Dick Lee performing the song Rise with children from the Kids Performing Academy of the Arts at the Asean Tourism Forum yesterday. The Visit [email protected] campaign coincides with Asean's 50th anniversary and will feature the region's 50 best ...ASEAN can work together to increase tourism numbers, says PM LeeChannel NewsAsiaAsean an important 'life raft' in uncertain climate: PM LeeTHE BUSINESS TIMESTODAY Online - Asean must band together and be a life raft in stormy seas: PM LeeGov.sg (press release)Astro Awani -ComputerWeekly.com -The Nation -Manila Bulletinall 17 news articles »

Public accounts watchdog tells agencies to rectify lapses in AGO report - Channel NewsAsia;

Public accounts watchdog tells agencies to rectify lapses in AGO report - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaPublic accounts watchdog tells agencies to rectify lapses in AGO reportChannel NewsAsiaThe Public Accounts Committee has told several ministries and agencies to address lapses and rectify irregularities cited in the Auditor-General's reports for financial years 2014/15 and 2015/16. Posted 18 Jan 2017 16:48; Updated 18 Jan 2017 16:50.and more »

4 new mega childcare centres to be built, including first in a park - Channel NewsAsia;

4 new mega childcare centres to be built, including first in a park - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsia4 new mega childcare centres to be built, including first in a parkChannel NewsAsiaThe two-storey facility at Sengkang Riverside Park will be run by anchor operator Skool4kidz, and is one of four new mega childcare centres to be built by the middle of next year in Punggol, Sengkang and Bukit Panjang. By Liyana Othman; Posted 18 Jan ...4 new mega childcare centres to open by mid-2018, bringing total to 9The Straits Times2700 new childcare places in Sengkang, Punggol, Bt Panjang available by mid-2018TODAYonlineall 4 news articles »

Businessman convicted of murdering wife's ex-lover - AsiaOne

Businessman convicted of murdering wife's ex-loverAsiaOneSINGAPORE - The High Court on Tuesday (Jan 17) convicted a 56-year-old businessman of murdering his wife's younger former lover. Chia Kee Chen was found guilty of forcing the victim, 37-year-old material analyst Dexmon Chua Yizhi into the back of a ...Businessman found guilty of murdering wife's ex-loverTODAYonlineall 3 news articles »

Liow: Government to study need for vehicle entry charge - Free Malaysia Today;

Liow: Government to study need for vehicle entry charge - Free Malaysia Today

Free Malaysia TodayLiow: Government to study need for vehicle entry chargeFree Malaysia TodayCurrently Singapore charges S$35 per day on weekdays on Malaysian cars while Malaysia charges RM10 as a registration fee every five years. liow-tiong-lai_singapore_600. KUALA LUMPUR: The government will conduct a study first on whether to raise the ...How much does it cost to use the checkpoints? And why?The Middle GroundMalaysia to study the need to raise its Vehicle Entry Permit to match Singapore'sMothership.sg (registration)all 5 news articles »

NTUC wants workers assessed on skills, rather than just grades - The Straits Times;

NTUC wants workers assessed on skills, rather than just grades - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesNTUC wants workers assessed on skills, rather than just gradesThe Straits TimesThe labour movement has called on the Government and employers to review job applicants and promotion candidates based on their skills rather than only grades. It also proposed better protection for freelancers under labour laws. These are among its ...Wooing women back to workAsiaOneS'pore Budget 2017: NTUC wants greater support for workersTHE BUSINESS TIMESNTUC lays out roadmap to get women, seniors back to workTODAYonlineSingapore Business Reviewall 7 news articles »

S'pore boat captain fined for illegal entry, faces fresh probe - The Straits Times

S'pore boat captain fined for illegal entry, faces fresh probeThe Straits TimesShoo in a Tanjung Pinang court in October last year. He pleaded guilty yesterday to entering Indonesia illegally, but now faces a separate investigation by the Indonesian Navy for allegedly sailing in Indonesia's waters without a permit, an offence ...and more »

Singapore, China to hold Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation meeting next month - Channel NewsAsia;

Singapore, China to hold Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation meeting next month - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaSingapore, China to hold Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation meeting next monthChannel NewsAsiaThis was discussed during the 10th Bilateral Consultations between the Singapore and Chinese foreign ministries, co-chaired by Singapore's Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs Chee Wee Kiong and Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin.Top Singapore-China forum slated for FebruaryThe Straits TimesChina, Singapore hold first high-level talks since spat over military vehicles seizureSouth China Morning PostTODAY Online - Top Singapore-China forum to take place next month as senior diplomats meetGov.sg (press release)The Independent -International Business Times, Singapore Edition -Xinhua -Global Timesall 10 news articles »

Taxi driver shocked to see woman on top of moving car at Eu Tong Sen Road - The Straits Times;

Taxi driver shocked to see woman on top of moving car at Eu Tong Sen Road - The Straits Times

AsiaOneTaxi driver shocked to see woman on top of moving car at Eu Tong Sen RoadThe Straits TimesSINGAPORE - A taxi driver was shocked to see a woman sitting on the roof of a moving car in the wee hours of Monday (Jan 16). In-car camera footage of the incident, first posted on citizen journalism site Stomp on Monday, shows a woman in white leaning ...Video shows woman on top of moving car at Eu Tong Sen RoadAsiaOneVideo footage of woman on roof of moving car stuns Singaporeans [VIDEO]New Straits Times OnlineOver-the-top car rideThe New PaperMothership.sg (registration)all 6 news articles »