Woman proposes during International Champions Cup match in Singapore
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Woman proposes during International Champions Cup match in Singapore

Amid the football action at the National Stadium on Saturday evening (Jul 20), a spectator…

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Hong Kong actor Simon Yam stabbed in stomach on stage in China
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Hong Kong actor Simon Yam stabbed in stomach on stage in China

On Saturday morning (Jul 20), Hong Kong actor and film producer Simon Yam was stabbed…

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Juventus players greet fans, sign shirts in Singapore
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Juventus players greet fans, sign shirts in Singapore

Juventus players including Gianluigi Buffon and Matthijs de Ligt greeted fans in Singapore on Saturday…

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Is Singapore on the brink of a recession? A look at headwinds facing Singapore’s economy
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Is Singapore on the brink of a recession? A look at headwinds facing Singapore’s economy

Singapore logged its slowest GDP growth in a decade in Q2. CNA’s Tang See Kit…

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Five carnival sites on Aug 10 to bring National Day celebrations to the heartlands
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Five carnival sites on Aug 10 to bring National Day celebrations to the heartlands

As part of efforts to spread National Day celebrations across the island, there will be…

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Racial Harmony Day: Students reflect on shared values that connect Singaporeans
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Racial Harmony Day: Students reflect on shared values that connect Singaporeans

Schools across Singapore commemorated Racial Harmony Day. This year’s theme, “The Singapore Connection”, was aimed…

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Singapore Civil Defence Force celebrates 150 years of volunteerism
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Singapore Civil Defence Force celebrates 150 years of volunteerism

The Singapore Civil Defence Force celebrated 150 years of volunteerism on July 19, with about…

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Polytechnic, SOTA students among nine awarded SAF Scholarship
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Polytechnic, SOTA students among nine awarded SAF Scholarship

For the first time, a student from a polytechnic and another from the School of…

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Public service must have a heart for people’s fears: Chan Chun Sing
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Public service must have a heart for people’s fears: Chan Chun Sing

Speaking at the Public Sector Transformation Awards on July 19, Minister-in-charge of the Public Service…

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Several injured after gas explosion in Christchurch
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Several injured after gas explosion in Christchurch

A massive gas explosion has destroyed a home in Christchurch, New Zealand. Six people have…

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