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Virtuous plant rejuvenates community - The Straits Times

Virtuous plant rejuvenates communityThe Straits TimesThanks to its deep roots, the acacia moringa draws upon water 60m below ground. Its cultivation thus offers the double advantage of limiting irrigation while creating a natural barrier against erosion. Published. 3 hours ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp ...and more »

Baby panda on the way for Jia Jia? River Safari hopeful - The Straits Times;

Baby panda on the way for Jia Jia? River Safari hopeful - The Straits Times

The New PaperBaby panda on the way for Jia Jia? River Safari hopefulThe Straits TimesA keeper retrieving a "cub" from Jia Jia. The giant panda has been receiving conditioning sessions to prepare for the possible arrival of a cub.PHOTO: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE. Published. 6 hours ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More.Will their efforts bear fruit?The New Paperall 2 news articles »

Case studies show value of detecting radicals early - The Straits Times;

Case studies show value of detecting radicals early - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesCase studies show value of detecting radicals earlyThe Straits TimesUstaz Mohamed Ali, vice-chairman of the RRG, at its counselling centre in Khadijah Mosque. He says parents are the first line of defence to prevent and stop their children from being self-radicalised.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI. Published. 5 hours ago ...Religious counsellors save two secondary schoolboys from further radicalisation [TODAY Online]Gov.sg (press release)all 2 news articles »

Yishun through lens of neighbourhood kids - The Straits Times

Yishun through lens of neighbourhood kidsThe Straits TimesAfter trying her hand at photography for the first time during the current school holidays, Spectra Secondary School student Amrun Nesa will see her work exhibited at her void deck today. Nesa, 13, is one of 18 children staying in rental flats in ...and more »

DPP asks for 3 years' jail for Metro scion - The Straits Times

DPP asks for 3 years' jail for Metro scionThe Straits TimesOng Jenn, seen here with his wife, has pleaded guilty to attempting to be in possession of cannabis and a cannabis mixture. He is now out on bail and will be sentenced on July 12.ST PHOTO: WONG KWAI CHOW. Published. 4 min ago. Facebook Twitter ...and more »

Insecure bosses can pull organisations down - The Straits Times

Insecure bosses can pull organisations downThe Straits TimesHaving the best man for the job usually delivers desired results (Leaders watching the bottom line help SIA stay on top, by Mr Lionel Loi Zhi Rui; June 20). However, in other organisations, having an insecure person in authority may be the problem and ...and more »

Man arrested for tossing bike from HDB block - The Straits Times

Man arrested for tossing bike from HDB blockThe Straits TimesA 47-year-old man has been arrested for throwing a shared bicycle from a Housing Board block in Boon Keng. The bicycle, which The Straits Times (ST) understands is an ofo bike, was thrown from Block 11, Upper Boon Keng Road in the early hours of ...and more »

S'pore 'must boost online fight against radicalism' - The Straits Times

S'pore 'must boost online fight against radicalism'The Straits TimesThe religious authorities in Singapore need to boost their presence online, which is where the battle for the hearts and minds of young Malay Muslims is being waged, said Minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs Yaacob Ibrahim. There is a need for ...Islamic teachers urged to beef up online content to counter terror rhetoricTODAYonlineall 2 news articles »

Panel to explore ways to make public transport more family-friendly - TODAYonline

Panel to explore ways to make public transport more family-friendlyTODAYonlineSINGAPORE — A new advisory panel has been formed to make recommendations on developing a more family-friendly public transport system, Senior Minister of State (Transport) Lam Pin Min said yesterday. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads.Making public transport easier for kids, elderlyThe Straits Timesall 2 news articles »

S'pore's interests are not served by rushing to judgments - TODAYonline

S'pore's interests are not served by rushing to judgmentsTODAYonlineMr Bilahari Kausikan, Ambassador-at-Large and Policy Adviser, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), Singapore. TODAY file photo. View all 0 comments. mail · Tweet. By. Bilahari Kausikan. -. -. Published: 4:00 AM, June 23, 2017. While some of the actions ...and more »

Lee Hsien Yang sparks fresh dispute on items taken for Lee Kuan Yew memorial exhibition - Channel NewsAsia;

Lee Hsien Yang sparks fresh dispute on items taken for Lee Kuan Yew memorial exhibition - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaLee Hsien Yang sparks fresh dispute on items taken for Lee Kuan Yew memorial exhibitionChannel NewsAsiaFile photo of the memorial exhibition In Memoriam: Lee Kuan Yew which was held at the National Museum. (Photo: Xabryna Kek). 23 Jun 2017 12:27AM (Updated: 23 Jun 2017 01:55AM ). Share this content. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share on ...No mystery surrounding ministerial panel, says TharmanThe Straits TimesNHB 'clerical error' sparks more allegations in Lee family disputeTODAYonlineNHB error on collection date for LKY's items 'even more troubling': Hsien YangYahoo Singapore NewsSouth China Morning Post -The Online Citizen -The Independent -The New Paperall 35 news articles »

Hillary Clinton's presence at a Broadway show caused a bit of a ruckus - AsiaOne;

Hillary Clinton's presence at a Broadway show caused a bit of a ruckus - AsiaOne

AsiaOneHillary Clinton's presence at a Broadway show caused a bit of a ruckusAsiaOneHillary Clinton has been popping up in unexpected places following the 2016 presidential election, and last Thursday was no exception. The former secretary of state and presidential candidate was joined by husband Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea ...and more »