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29 Jun 2016

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Amrin Amin: Increase in youth drug abusers due to misperceptions

27 Jun 2016

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Three new Earn and Learn Programmes launched for the Maritime sector

27 Jun 2016

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Wind’s back in Yong’s sails

27 Jun 2016

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Bookends

27 Jun 2016

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National Schools Xinyao Singing and Song Writing Competition Special Feature

24 Jun 2016

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Helping young artistes through their struggles

24 Jun 2016

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Polys expecting more early admissions students

22 Jun 2016

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Eighty students help distribute goodies to more 100 recipients in Toa Payoh

22 Jun 2016

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Shocked star

21 Jun 2016

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NUS and NTU claim the top two spots in Asia university ranking

21 Jun 2016

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Great Singapore Sales can’t seem to heat up this year

20 Jun 2016

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Now for work and studies

20 Jun 2016

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Compared to four years ago, there is a 51% increase in residents benefiting from the Eastern Community Health Outreach

20 Jun 2016

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Starbucks customer sees unsold food being discarded, gives it to migrant workers instead

20 Jun 2016

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Sparing no resources to nurture the next generation

17 Jun 2016

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Dressing up as a mascot to bring joy and laughter

16 Jun 2016

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Singapore Children’s Society honours donors, volunteers

16 Jun 2016

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Young Singaporeans ‘more open to entrepreneurship’

14 Jun 2016

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Feeling the squeeze: Older and smaller attractions on Sentosa

13 Jun 2016

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BETADINE from Mundipharma, a More Effective Way in Preventing Hand Foot & Mouth Disease

13 Jun 2016

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Health on the line

13 Jun 2016

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Les Miserables: 1996's Gavroche recalls 'highlight of my life'

09 Jun 2016

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Overcoming failure to pursue a PhD at NTU

09 Jun 2016

Despite a challenging childhood and a rough start in polytechnic, Ridhwan makes it to NTU’s School of Biological Sciences and has been offered the Nanyang President’s Graduate Scholarship that will allow him to pursue a PhD.

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Moment of near-failure spurred him to succeed

08 Jun 2016

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Increase in admission for polytechnic’s part-time diploma courses over the six years

08 Jun 2016

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Interview with SP lecturer Amos Tan

07 Jun 2016

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Noise Singapore opens its doors to musical talents

07 Jun 2016

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Famous spiker from the 1980’s national team dies at age of 52

06 Jun 2016

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[Old Malls] Worlds of their own

06 Jun 2016

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Admiralty Secondary sets sail for future with new Space

03 Jun 2016

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Great Singapore Sale kicks off with longer run, new official card

03 Jun 2016

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Retailers get in early before GSS kicks off

30 May 2016

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Tough times for luxury watch retailers

30 May 2016

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Hello Singapore

26 May 2016

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Using drama to engage youths on community issues

26 May 2016

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New standards for handling frozen seafood launched

26 May 2016

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Sengkang mall finds its compass again

25 May 2016

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NTU Maritime Student

24 May 2016

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Old shops now ROSy

23 May 2016

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Shining a light on young S’pore film-makers

23 May 2016

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Wang Bang Pao – from playing to serious business

23 May 2016

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What’s it really like to be a woman in the Singapore Army: 4 women’s stories

19 May 2016

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From security officer to engineer

17 May 2016

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Ace SP student's childhood dream of becoming doctor: I want to save countless lives

17 May 2016

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Sunlight hurts her due to rare condition, but her love for the ocean leads her to maritime industry

17 May 2016

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JC student's mediocre results spurs her to become Direct Honours student in poly

17 May 2016

Diploma in Product Design and Experience graduate Kwek Ai Ling found her passion after doing poorly for her 'A' levels. Find out how she became an Institutional Medallist after three years.

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Dad's stint in Air Force and success with engineering firm spurs son to excel in diploma course

17 May 2016

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Disadvantage? SP Electrical and Electronic Engineering student realises dyslexia helps him visualise better

17 May 2016

Dyslexia did not stop Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering graduate Pavan Singh Gill from becoming one of SP's Institutional Medallist.

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