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S'pore navy holds 'contactless' drill with Malaysian counterpart in Malacca Strait

Straits Times 27 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - The Singapore and Malaysian navies have held a week-long contactless exercise in the Malacca Strait, including air defence drills and gunnery firing ... Held in the northern part of the Malacca Strait, the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) took part with Formidable-class ...
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More than 4 in 10 prepared to wait longer for hospital treatment if healthcare under ...

Straits Times 27 Sep 2021
Associate Professor Jeremy Lim of the National University of Singapore's Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health told The Straits Times that the survey results are "concerning", as it appears people are not fully coming to terms with the fact that Covid-19 is here to stay ... Singapore has also rolled out a home recovery programme.
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Singapore banks say no exposure to China's troubled developer Evergrande

Straits Times 27 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - Singapore banks do not have any exposure to troubled Chinese property conglomerate Evergrande ... Separately, OCBC's spokesman told The Straits Times that the bank could not comment on specific loans, but it is understood that Singapore's third-largest lender has zero exposure to Evergrande ... More on this topic. � ....
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New book on 19th-century Singapore and Malaya Chinese community unveiled

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - A new book launched on Sunday (Sept 26) gives insights into the happenings of the 19th-century Singapore and Malaya Chinese community, including the lives of those considered lower-class back then. The book is an adaptation of a historical tome published in 1894 as a training textbook for colonial officers of the Straits Settlements.
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New book offers insights into 19th-century Singapore, Malayan Chinese community

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
A book that was launched yesterday gives insights into the 19th-century Singapore and Malayan Chinese community, including the lives of those considered lower-class back then. It is an adaptation of a historical tome published in 1894 as a training textbook for colonial officers of the Straits Settlements.
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Changi Airport, SIA and Jetstar Asia inch forward with recovery

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - Two new airlines landed at Changi Airport this month�even as borders remain largely closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic ... Changi Airport Group (CAG) told The Straits Times it has continued to court new airlines such as Zipair and Starlux to fly to Singapore�as part of various measures to protect Changi's position as a major air hub.
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2 new airlines land at Changi as airport inches forward with recovery

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
The carrier is operating one weekly flight between Singapore and Tokyo's Narita International Airport ... Changi Airport Group (CAG) told The Straits Times it has continued to court new airlines such as Zipair and Starlux to fly to Singapore, as part of various measures to protect its position as a major air hub.
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DO NOT PUB: 2 new airlines land at Changi as airport inches forward with recovery

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
The carrier is operating one weekly flight between Singapore and Tokyo's Narita International Airport ... Changi Airport Group (CAG) told The Straits Times it has continued to court new airlines such as Zipair and Starlux to fly to Singapore, as part of various measures to protect its position as a major air hub.
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Yale-NUS College alumni sign statement questioning move to close college

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - Five hundred and eight - about 60 per cent - of Yale-NUS College's alumni have signed a statement questioning the National University of Singapore's (NUS) decision to close the college ... The letter was not signed but a senior faculty member told The Straits Times that at least 12 people penned it.
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SPH Media Trust's Chinese titles to target younger readers, use digital tech to deliver content: Khaw

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
"There is a demand for the Singapore perspective because we are a rational, neutral player, and a successful political player in the world," said Mr Khaw, who reads Zaobao as well as The Straits Times and other overseas papers regularly. "It is in our interests for Singapore's views to be understood in the region.
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SUTD students propose dual-purpose bus to ferry workers, tools to curb accidents

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
The six Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) students responded to a challenge by The Straits Times to curb recent accidents ...
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Alumni sign statement questioning move to close college

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
Five hundred and eight members - about 60 per cent - of Yale-NUS College's alumni have signed a statement questioning the National University of Singapore's (NUS) decision to close the college ... The letter was not signed but a senior faculty member told The Straits Times that at least 12 people penned it.
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SPH Media's Chinese titles to reach younger readers, go digital

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
"There is a demand for the Singapore perspective because we are a rational, neutral player, and a successful political player in the world," said Mr Khaw, who reads Zaobao as well as The Straits Times and other overseas papers regularly. "It is in our interests for Singapore's views to be understood in the region.
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SUTD students propose dual-purpose vehicle to ferry workers, tools safely

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
The six Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) students responded to a challenge by The Straits Times to curb accidents ...
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Kampong Bahru's church on a hill reopens

Straits Times 26 Sep 2021
The Straits Times brings you images of the restored architectural features of Singapore's only Roman Catholic building in the Romano-Byzantine style, with its spires, arches and domes ....
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