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Wedding package put on sale on Carousell after bride runs away two months before wedding

A post on Singapore consumer marketplace Carousell has gone viral – titled "Run Lion Wedding Dinner Package," the 30-table banquet was up...

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Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple under probes for mismanagement of funds

The Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is currently being investigated for suspected offences, which volunteers and worshippers claim are related...

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Singapore scientists discover way to ‘self-repair’ damaged heart cells

A new discovery has been made in Singapore which could possibly lead to heart failure and heart attack patients ‘self-repairing’ damaged...

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Search underway for 10 missing navy sailors as US warship collides with merchant vessel near Singapore Strait

US guided-missile destroyer USS John S McCain collided with a merchant vessel near the Singapore Strait about 5.24am today, according to a...

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Singapore is an important gateway to Asia, says Turkey's PM Yildirim

Singapore is an important gateway to the Asia region, as well as a partner in counter-terrorism efforts, said Turkey's Prime Minister Binali...

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Common QR code for smartphone e-payment to roll out in 6 months' time

The Smart Nation & Digital Government Office (SNDGO) announced yesterday that a common QR code will be rolled out to allow consumers in...

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Singapore Police advise people to be wary of phone scammers posing as telecom staff

Scammers in Singapore are adopting novel ways to dupe people and now they are masquerading as staff of telecommunications companies based in...

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Daughter of former Singapore president SR Nathan appointed as member of Presidential Council for Religious Harmony

Two Indians have been appointed as members of the Presidential Council for Religious Harmony in Singapore, announced the President’s...

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Indian origin ex-OCBC employee banned by MAS for unauthorised trading

Former trading representative of OCBC Securities, Prem Hirubalan, has been banned by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) for...

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Premature Muslim babies can draw milk from KK’s milk bank: Muis

The Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis) has released a fatwa saying that premature Muslim babies can draw milk from KK Women’s...

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Commuters and students heading for PSLE oral exam hit by back-to-back train delays on DTL and NSL

The entire DTL was down for about 35 minutes, and major delays were experienced on the NSL.

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Singapore exports rise 8.5 per cent in July

Buoyed by the strength in electronic shipments and sales of petrochemicals, non-oil domestic exports (NODX) in Singapore rose by 8.5 per...

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Motorists can now file accident reports via new NTUC Income app

​Motor policyholders of NTUC Income can now file accident reports through a new mobile application called Accident Reporting by Income.

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Singapore launches first human milk bank to feed premature or sick infants

Singapore today launched the first human milk bank in the country, which will help mothers who do not have enough breast milk to feed their...

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LTA assessing if GrabHitch option for JustGrab complies with regulations

Grab plans to offer GrabHitch rides to commuters when all taxis or private-hire cars are taken and there is a suitable match.

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Man who died on LRT track had two bottles of beers before the accident

A man who died after falling onto the Fajar LRT station tracks in March this year, had consumed two large bottles of beer at the coffee shop...

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Self-learning online portal to be launched in Singapore to expand educational horizons of students

To give a boost to self-learning and expand the educational horizons of students, schools in Singapore will be able to access an online...

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Personalised QR code for NSFs at quarterly career fair for the first time

About 4,000 full-time national servicemen (NSFs) were expected at the quarterly Enhanced Career and Education Fair held at Paya Lebar...

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Singaporean Indian man awarded S$4m in damages in defamation suit against former employer AXA

Former AXA agent Ramesh Krishnan has been awarded S$4.026 million by the High Court for a defamation suit against AXA Life Insurance...

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On demand bus-hailing trial to start in the second half of next year

Land Transport Authority (LTA) has called a tender to seek proposals from industry to trial public bus services that operate based on...

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GrabPay introduces new peer-to-peer credit transfer feature

Grab is rolling out a peer-to-peer transfer feature to enable users to transfer GrabPay credits to other users.

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Specific batches of Ribena recalled in Malaysia for manufacturing error

Japanese beverage manufacturer Suntory has voluntarily withdrawn specific batches of Ribena from shop shelves in Malaysia.

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Singapore's President extends greetings to Indian people on Independence Day

President of Singapore Tony Tan Keng Yam has written to Indian President Ram Nath Kovind and the people of India to convey his greetings on...

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Public consultation sought for product safety regulations in Singapore

The safety authority of Singapore SPRING is seeking public feedback on the proposed changes to the product safety regulations. Members of...

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Schedule of 2018 school terms, holidays announced in Singapore

The schedule of next year’s school terms for primary and secondary schools as well as junior colleges and the Millenia Institute has been...

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Public will have multiple channels to provide feedback on National Day Rally

There are several channels through which Singaporeans can provide feedback for this year's National Day Rally speech, which will be...

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