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Families of death row inmates need longer notice of execution - TODAYonline

Families of death row inmates need longer notice of executionTODAYonlineSingapore has prided itself on its reputation for being tough on crime. Under our criminal justice system, the harshest and most final punishment meted out to an individual is the death penalty. Capital punishment has an impact not only on the convicts ...and more »

SAF regular dies after losing consciousness at Nee Soon Camp - Channel NewsAsia;

SAF regular dies after losing consciousness at Nee Soon Camp - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaSAF regular dies after losing consciousness at Nee Soon CampChannel NewsAsiaA Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) regular serviceman passed out while having his own physical training in Nee Soon Camp on Monday. Posted 20 Feb 2017 21:20; Updated 20 Feb 2017 21:54. File photo of an SAF uniform. Enlarge; Caption. Email; More.SAF regular serviceman dies after collapsing during own physical training at campThe Straits TimesSAF regular dies after collapsing in camp; second case this monthTODAYonlineSAF regular dies after collapsing during own physical training in campAsiaOneall 5 news articles »

Woman in her 30s attacked by bees in Ang Mo Kio park - The Straits Times

Woman in her 30s attacked by bees in Ang Mo Kio parkThe Straits TimesSINGAPORE - A woman in her 30s was badly stung by a swarm of bees in a park at Ang Mo Kio on Monday (Feb 20) morning. The incident occurred at Ang Mo Kio Garden West at about 8am, opposite Ang Mo Kio Public Library. Eyewitness Cai Shanshan, a ...and more »

Man rescued from 4th-storey ledge after fire breaks out in Bedok Reservoir flat - The Straits Times;

Man rescued from 4th-storey ledge after fire breaks out in Bedok Reservoir flat - The Straits Times

Channel NewsAsiaMan rescued from 4th-storey ledge after fire breaks out in Bedok Reservoir flatThe Straits TimesSINGAPORE - A man was rescued from a fourth-storey ledge after he climbed out to escape a fire that broke out in his HDB flat on Monday (Feb 20) afternoon. Neighbours gathered under the block said they saw thick black smoke coming from the unit, before ...SCDF rescues man from ledge after flat catches fire in BedokChannel NewsAsiaall 3 news articles »

Drug trafficker denies Metro scion worked with him to traffic cannabis - Channel NewsAsia;

Drug trafficker denies Metro scion worked with him to traffic cannabis - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaDrug trafficker denies Metro scion worked with him to traffic cannabisChannel NewsAsiaConvicted drug trafficker Mohamad Ismail Abdul Majid says Ong Jenn never asked where his supply of cannabis was from, nor would he have revealed that information to him. By Vanessa Paige Chelvan; Posted 20 Feb 2017 17:31; Updated 20 Feb 2017 17: ..."Buyer-seller only" relationship with Metro founder's grandson: Convicted drug traffickerThe Straits Timesall 2 news articles »

More protection for children in legal disputes under Family Justice Courts' workplan - Channel NewsAsia;

More protection for children in legal disputes under Family Justice Courts' workplan - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaMore protection for children in legal disputes under Family Justice Courts' workplanChannel NewsAsiaThe Family Justice Courts says the workplan places the interests of children at the fore by resolving disputes quickly, effectively and with less animosity between parties. By Loke Kok Fai; Posted 20 Feb 2017 12:00; Updated 20 Feb 2017 20:57. (File ...Laws proposed to stop parents in custody battles from skipping town with kidsTODAYonlineDivorce cases handled more speedily last year, more improvements afoot: Family Justice CourtsThe Straits Timesall 3 news articles »

Getting buy-in for S'pore books - The Straits Times;

Getting buy-in for S'pore books - The Straits Times

The New PaperGetting buy-in for S'pore booksThe Straits TimesIn an era where YouTube and Netflix dominate people's leisure time and attention spans, books are becoming harder to sell. It is doubly difficult for Singapore authors, who are often passed over by the very audiences they write for, in favour of ...Win #BuySingLit book vouchersThe New PaperPublic, private institutions can promote local literatureTODAYonlineall 3 news articles »

Singapore firms waiting for more details on China's carbon trading scheme - THE BUSINESS TIMES;

Singapore firms waiting for more details on China's carbon trading scheme - THE BUSINESS TIMES

Washington TimesSingapore firms waiting for more details on China's carbon trading schemeTHE BUSINESS TIMESCHINA's national carbon trading scheme - set to be rolled out in the second half of this year - has been three years in the making. But with few details released so far, Singapore companies with a sizeable presence in the country are taking a wait-and ...Two cheers for a carbon tax, but don't expect it to fix everythingWashington PostRepublicans move to block conservative proposals for carbon taxWashington TimesWhy liberals should accept a conservative carbon tax planThe Hill (blog)Alton Telegraph -New Haven Register -Forbes -Tri-City Herald (blog)all 18 news articles »

Go beyond acquiring skills to mastering competencies - The Straits Times

Go beyond acquiring skills to mastering competenciesThe Straits TimesTraining should not specify the exact skills that should be taught, but look at what competencies students should have after graduation, says Dr Zibrowius. Published. 5 min ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ ...and more »

Visitors welcome name change of WWII gallery - The Straits Times;

Visitors welcome name change of WWII gallery - The Straits Times

Channel NewsAsiaVisitors welcome name change of WWII galleryThe Straits TimesVisitors to the revamped World War II gallery space in the Former Ford Factory will see its signage changed in a month or so, said the National Library Board (NLB) yesterday. Initially called Syonan Gallery: War and its Legacies, the space was renamed ...Syonan Gallery renamed to bear witness to painful memories: PM LeeChannel NewsAsiaNLB backtracks its decision of “Syonan Gallery”, exhibition renamed “Surviving the Japanese Occupation”The Online Citizen'Syonan' dropped as gallery gets new nameThe New PaperThe Independent -The Star Online -The Middle Ground -Deutsche Welleall 20 news articles »

'Backlash' against globalisation will take time to resolve: Ng Eng Hen - Channel NewsAsia;

'Backlash' against globalisation will take time to resolve: Ng Eng Hen - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsia'Backlash' against globalisation will take time to resolve: Ng Eng HenChannel NewsAsiaThe backlash against globalisation, particularly in Europe and the US, has brought about a shift in the global world order, says Singapore's Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen on Saturday (Feb 18) at the 9th Munich Young Leaders Round Table in Germany.US keen to play 'very constructive role' in the regionThe Straits TimesUS, Singapore discuss ways to resolve SCS disputeIndia TodayMattis Meets With Singaporean CounterpartDepartment of DefenseViews and News from Norway -Satellite PR News (press release) -Trend News Agency -EIN News (press release)all 12 news articles »

Nationalising childcare system could allow for better regulation - TODAYonline

Nationalising childcare system could allow for better regulationTODAYonlineAs a parent, I read with apprehension and concern the recent news of questionable practices allegedly occurring in some childcare centres here (“Two pre-schools being probed for undesirable practices”; Feb 17). I think there need to be more checks ...and more »

Legless body in suitcase: Pakistani duo to hang for murder - TODAYonline;

Legless body in suitcase: Pakistani duo to hang for murder - TODAYonline

Daily TimesLegless body in suitcase: Pakistani duo to hang for murderTODAYonlineRamzan Rizwan (in red) and Rasheed Muhammad (second from right facing camera) arrived at the State Courts on June 14, 2014. Photo: Don Wong. mail · print. View all comments. Tweet. By. Valerie Koh. -. valeriekohsf@mediacorp.com.sg -. Published: ...Pakistani pair set to hang in Singapore for gruesome murderSouth China Morning PostLegless body in suitcase: Two Pakistani nationals to hang for murderYahoo NewsLegless body in suitcase: Duo found guilty, to hang for murderThe Straits TimesInternational Business Times, Singapore Editionall 6 news articles »