It’s half-time in Parliament, but not much rest for these
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It’s half-time in Parliament, but not much rest for these

Being put through a different sort of test, some first-term Members of Parliament (MPs) are…

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Faces on the Subway: Freelance illustrator Julia Liu
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Faces on the Subway: Freelance illustrator Julia Liu

Whenever Chinese New Year comes around, Julia Liu would slightly dread questions from relatives asking…

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Rescued Wild Animals Return Home
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Rescued Wild Animals Return Home

Victims of the illegal wildlife trades, four giant Asian pond turtles and two elongated tortoises…

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The Big Read: In Malaysia’s polls, BN faces a test of loyalty versus a yearning for change
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The Big Read: In Malaysia’s polls, BN faces a test of loyalty versus a yearning for change

WATCH: Malaysian ruling coalition Barisan Nasional has long depended on rural Malay Muslims as a…

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They’re more than just old machines; vintage bike owners call new rules a ‘death sentence’
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They’re more than just old machines; vintage bike owners call new rules a ‘death sentence’

Under new rules announced by the National Environment Agency aimed at curbing carbon emissions, motorcycles…

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The health of Singapore’s last polar bear is declining markedly
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The health of Singapore’s last polar bear is declining markedly

Police to sport a new uniform from April 16. Can you spot the difference?
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Police to sport a new uniform from April 16. Can you spot the difference?

Look closely if you walk past a police officer from next Monday (April 16) –…

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The Big Read: Grab Acquires Uber’s operations South-east Asia
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The Big Read: Grab Acquires Uber’s operations South-east Asia

Grab has acquired Uber’s operations in South-east Asia, including in Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the…

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The Big Read: Putting the Brakes on Illegal Parking of Shared Bicycles
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The Big Read: Putting the Brakes on Illegal Parking of Shared Bicycles

Since pedaling into Singapore’s market slightly over a year ago, bike-sharing operators have altered many…

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Faces on the Subway: Former mini-mart owner, 86, finds greater freedom of movement
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Faces on the Subway: Former mini-mart owner, 86, finds greater freedom of movement

Mr Koh Seong Lye was a rubber tapper working in a plantation in Johor, worked…

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