CNA | Talking Point | E16: Are we spending too much on weddings?
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CNA | Talking Point | E16: Are we spending too much on weddings?

A Singapore study shows that almost a third of couples spend more than what they…

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Hong Kong police charge towards protesters in Kowloon Bay
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Hong Kong police charge towards protesters in Kowloon Bay

Hong Kong police charge towards protesters in Kowloon Bay, at an area which has not…

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Seven student designs shortlisted in collaboration project for ROM building makeover
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Seven student designs shortlisted in collaboration project for ROM building makeover

Seven designs by tertiary students have been shortlisted as part of a collaboration project for…

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SMRT Buses to train staff to help people with disabilities, dementia
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SMRT Buses to train staff to help people with disabilities, dementia

To enhance inclusive service delivery in public transport, SMRT Buses will train more frontline staff…

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Govt should take lead to reduce overemphasis on grades in the workforce: Ong Ye Kung
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Govt should take lead to reduce overemphasis on grades in the workforce: Ong Ye Kung

Education Minister Ong Ye Kung was at a Talking Point forum addressing questions on changes…

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Home Team Academy using technology, scenario-based training to upskill officers
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Home Team Academy using technology, scenario-based training to upskill officers

Home Team trainers are using technology and scenario-based training to teach officers how to handle…

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Singapore Prisons investigating articles written in name of Malaysian man on death row
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Singapore Prisons investigating articles written in name of Malaysian man on death row

A Malaysian man on death row in Singapore for drug trafficking offences has denied writing…

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Singapore’s core, headline inflation weaken in July
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Singapore’s core, headline inflation weaken in July

Singapore’s core and headline inflation have dropped in July. The core inflation of 0.8% —…

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Malaysia’s poverty rate much higher than reported: UN special rapporteur
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Malaysia’s poverty rate much higher than reported: UN special rapporteur

Malaysia’s Minister of Economic Affairs Azmin Ali has expressed disappointment towards the latest poverty report…

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Japan slams South Korea’s decision to scrap intelligence-sharing pact
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Japan slams South Korea’s decision to scrap intelligence-sharing pact

Japan has slammed South Korea’s decision to end an intelligence-sharing agreement, saying the pact is…

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