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  1. Higher fine, new licensing system to protect consumers from errant travel agents
  2. Legal age for smoking to be raised to 21 ‘progressively’ over 3 years
  3. Design of S’pore’s oldest MRT lines not ideal and improvements will take time, says K
  4. SMRT Group CEO Desmond Kuek volunteered for job, has ‘heart in the right place’: Khaw
  5. Crocodile spotted near National Sailing Centre, all water activities suspended
  6. North-South, East-West lines will ‘likely’ see shortened operating hours on weekdays:
  7. Grab, in second salvo at ComfortDelGro, offers to scrap 20% commission for cabbies wh
  8. 16 public buses to have protective screens for drivers in six-month trial
  9. Man get 4 years and 9 months’ jail, caning for robbing family of more than S$110k
  10. GIC a ‘long-term player’, takes ‘more conservative’ view in building portfolio
  11. Faulty water pumps uncovered at two other MRT tunnel portals
  12. Khaw expresses reservations about SMRT amnesty, calls for employer-union engagement
  13. Singapore Airlines Q2 net profit nearly triples to S$190 million
  14. Thirty-two month jail term for woman who cheated victims with investment scam
  15. Use of NRIC numbers for lucky draws, memberships should stop: PDPC
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  17. Conduct large-scale study to assess benefits of small class sizes in schools: NCMP
  18. No mountain too high
  19. TODAY's morning brief for Wednesday, Nov 8
  20. SMU scholar jailed 16 weeks for illegal log-in, modification of grades
  21. MOH to compel private doctors to submit info for national healthcare database
  22. Six weeks’ jail for man who filmed 10 men using urinal
  23. TODAY's evening brief for Wednesday, Nov 8
  24. COE prices increased across the board at end of latest bidding exercise
  25. Kuala Lumpur religious school razed in blaze in high demand, says principal
  26. CMIO model still relevant as S’poreans ‘value importance of race’: Study
  27. COE premiums for small, big cars rise sharply
  28. Innovation, skills upgrading part of healthcare transformation roadmap unveiled
  29. Question orthodoxy and step beyond work scope, DPM Teo urges public servants
  30. At least 34 PMD-related fires this year
  31. I’ve done what I set out to do, says Low Thia Khiang who does not rule out standing i
  32. Protective screen a ‘good’ shield against violent commuters, bus drivers say
  33. To carry out maintenance, NSEW Lines weekday operating hours need to be cut by at lea
  34. Cutting through bureaucratic red tape, innovation projects part of civil service work
  35. Doctors seek assurances on patient privacy and IT security
  36. Desmond Kuek urges SMRT staff to come out 'better and stronger' after 'collective sha
  37. Commuters report delays on NSL
  38. TODAY's morning brief for Thursday, Nov 9
  39. In full: MHA's statement on three Singaporeans arrested under the ISA
  40. No Signboard Holdings is going public
  41. Former bank employee charged with forging documents to disburse housing loans worth S
  42. Get real, handling crime evidence not so perfect like on TV
  43. Malaysian man among three arrested in drug bust worth S$69,000
  44. Chee Hong Tat accuses Leon Perera of ‘false charges’ over Parliament video
  45. Terror group Jemaah Islamiyah poised to make a comeback, observers say
  46. Uber scraps ‘stressful’ ride-acceptance criterion for drivers to qualify for incentiv
  47. Don’t cut MRT operating hours on weekdays. Do it on weekends instead, say commuters
  48. Lamborghini used in illegal race to be forfeited to state, court rules
  49. Technology can be a resource for manpower-strapped VWOs: Tan Chuan-Jin
  50. Sembcorp Marine’s Jurong Shipyard fined S$400,000 for Dec 2012 oil rig accident
  51. Over 1,000 ComfortDelGro cabbies express interest in Grab’s latest offer
  52. Lawyers to get guidelines on questioning vulnerable persons in court
  53. No more crocodile sightings, water activities to resume at National Sailing Centre
  54. DSTA team sent to augment SMRT review and improvement efforts
  55. TODAY's evening brief for Thursday, Nov 9
  56. Replicas of time capsule objects on exhibition at public libraries
  57. 3 Singaporeans, including former NSF, arrested for militancy: MHA
  58. Some appreciation goes a long way, say transport workers
  59. Man jailed after posting neighbour’s naked photos outside her flat
  60. Response of businesses ‘critical’ during terror attacks: Josephine Teo
  61. S’pore retailers hopping online to be part of 11/11 Singles’ Day sales
  62. Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden now largest in Asia after S$12 million extension
  63. Noble Group tumbles as trader's cash dwindles to decade-low
  64. Miracle that I’m still alive, says MMA star Angela Lee after car accident
  65. StanChart Unit offers to buy stake in Singapore crane firm Tat Hong Holdings
  66. Shortlisted names for final three Circle Line stations up for voting
  67. New Govt portal allows businesses to tap citizen data to speed up processes
  68. STI notches best results since 2012
  69. Man gets 14 months' jail for assaulting policemen
  70. 42,000 IT professionals needed over next 3 years
  71. HDB officer charged with giving 'confidential' info to ST reporter
  72. PM Lee heads to Vietnam for Apec summit
  73. Merchants unite to make Nee Soon South dementia-friendly
  74. Vouchers to ease burden of needy Tampines residents
  75. Antimicrobial resistance threat: AVA tightens watch on use of drugs in livestock
  76. Child sex offenders generally lack remorse: Psychiatrist
  77. Childhood sexual abuse: Too devastating to be hushed
  78. PM Lee in Manila on 3-day visit for Asean Summit
  79. Prof Koh a 'masterful' negotiator young diplomats can learn from: Tharman
  80. Which are better long term investments — properties or stocks?
  81. The Big Read: Dissecting the Low Thia Khiang bombshell - what’s in store for WP and t
  82. Music was his ‘saviour’ when kid with muscular dystrophy couldn’t fit in
  83. Activist pushes physical limits to be voice for voiceless children
  84. Bukit Panjang LRT to start at 7am every Sunday till year end
  85. Hit with diabetes, running enthusiast refuses to give up on marathon dream
  86. S’porean men healthier, less depressed or anxious in old age compared to women: Study
  87. 'You deserve our respect and gratitude', Khaw tells public transport workers
  88. 8,230 flats launched for last BTO and SBF exercise of 2017
  89. Comparing Singapore's newest and oldest MRT lines
  90. Singapore's property market is set to sizzle
  91. TODAY's morning brief for Tuesday, Nov 14
  92. Problem of fake news could get worse: Desmond Lee
  93. Scientists discover protein linked to organ damage and failure
  94. Businesses, residents more prepared for flash flood ‘season’
  95. VR, 3D printing to help improve rail maintenance and reliability
  96. Putting a price to the high expectations of the MRT system
  97. Review penalties under the Wild Animals and Birds Act
  98. Anger as NFL footballers receive no medical support after on-pitch accident
  99. Four awarded S’pore’s highest accolade in science and technology
  100. S’pore, Thailand to link up e-payment systems
  101. Why S'pore needs to honour innovation, excellence and outwardness
  102. High Court rejects 2 convicts’ appeal against their death penalties
  103. Khaw praises transport staff, urges SMRT to move on from flooding episode
  104. 3 arrested and charged for assaulting police officer in nightclub
  105. Developers to be held to higher standards of accountability
  106. Peg CPF to inflation, to enhance payouts to members
  107. Official Secrets Act covers more than just secret information: Experts
  108. Safety team activated after otters 'invade' Changi Airport
  109. 4 men face cheating charges over entry access to Ed Sheeran’s concert
  110. TODAY's evening brief for Tuesday, Nov 14
  111. First phase of Lornie Highway to open by 3rd quarter of 2018
  112. Bugs in new signaling system could have caused collision: Experts
  113. Wednesday’s Joo Koon incident the second major MRT train collision in 24 years
  114. 25 injured by collision between 2 trains at Joo Koon station
  115. Signal and train faults delay rush-hour commute on Circle Line and East West Line
  116. A stronger Asean will bring greater stability, opportunities for S’pore: PM Lee
  117. TODAY's morning brief for Wednesday, Nov 15
  118. 60% of private school fresh grads found full-time jobs, with average starting pay of
  119. TODAY's evening brief for Wednesday, Nov 15
  120. School worker who sexually abused 3 young brothers jailed 18 years
  121. Joo Koon collision points to systems 'failure', WP says in calling for 'exhaustive' c
  122. Commuters hit by more train delays, following Joo Koon collision and CCL signalling f
  123. S’pore and M’sia conduct joint emergency exercise at Tuas Second Link
  124. Pet grooming shop owner faces charges for selling, housing dogs
  125. Software failure behind Joo Koon collision: LTA
  126. Getting private doctors to submit info for national database laudable, but challengin
  127. Software problem caused train collision at Joo Koon
  128. Anger and disappointment, as Montfort Secondary axes rugby as CCA
  129. Train services between Joo Koon and Tuas Link to be suspended for at least a day on N
  130. MAS issues guidelines on digital token offerings
  131. Teacher who used fake S$100 notes to pay prostitute sentenced to 3 years jail
  132. NTUC to offer ‘bite-sized’ training courses for workers
  133. Young footballers to take centrestage in revamped 2018 S-League
  134. A*Star scientists find new way to tackle drug-resistant tuberculosis
  135. Khaw ‘deeply sorry’ for first major incident involving new MRT signalling system
  136. Woman, 60, loses S$80,000 in scam on fake police phishing website
  137. TODAY's morning brief for Thursday, Nov 16
  138. A day after Joo Koon collision, some commuters leave home earlier as precaution
  139. 1st organised crime group prosecuted: 6 charged in court
  140. Six Malaysians among 29 injured in Joo Koon train collision
  141. TODAY's evening brief for Thursday, Nov 16
  142. Why TPP 11 matters for Singapore
  143. Singapore suspends trade relations with North Korea
  144. Support the special needs community at TODAY Enable Fund charity bazaar
  145. Commuters hit with fresh train delays on the NEL; No service at 5 stations for over 2
  146. Thundery showers to persist in 2nd half of Nov; a few warm days ahead: NEA
  147. AirAsia tapping on data as it goes digital
  148. Smoke detectors mandatory in all new homes from June 2018
  149. Debt collector who raised ruckus at Funan food court sentenced to 4 years and 2 month
  150. No change to blood pressure limits in S’pore: MOH
  151. Tuas West Extension suspended until Sunday; Khaw ‘disturbed’ by disabling of critical
  152. Faulty train transiting between old and new signalling systems identified as cause of
  153. ‘Kallang Roar’ to return to the National Stadium
  154. Youth framework to take S’pore football out of doldrums
  155. S’pore declares 2018 as ‘Year of Climate Action’
  156. MinLaw asks S’pore legal practice to clarify links with UK barristers’ chambers
  157. TODAY's morning brief for Friday, Nov 17
  158. SMRT refutes 'fake' post alleging CEO Desmond Kuek had fired half of night crew; draw
  159. S'pore exports jump 20.9% in Oct, after Sept's 1.1% decline
  160. Man in viral video charged with harassment
  161. Product safety requirements of personal mobility devices to be reviewed
  162. Hope or despair towards antimicrobial resistance?
  163. Singapore’s MRT woes unlikely to lessen the love from foreign talent: Expat resource
  164. China eyes HSR project, sells knowhow on operating rail in tropical climate
  165. StarHub CEO to step down in latest leadership change
  166. MindChamps becomes first pre-school operator here to launch IPO
  167. S’pore exports surge 20.9% in Oct
  168. Basketball coach, 57, accused of performing sex acts on teen
  169. Bite-size modules and crowdsourced learning features in new ULeap app
  170. Tuas firms and workers affected by prolonged suspension of train service
  171. From insect-filled pool to Olympic stage, le Clos rises above odds
  172. Driver of white Maserati who injured Traffic Police officer in hit-and-run arrested
  173. Navigating the awkward years with your tween and teen children
  174. How much you need to retire
  175. TODAY Enable Fund charity bazaar raises over S$3,600 from items produced by the speci
  176. First shipment of live pigs from Malaysia in 18 years arrive in Singapore
  177. Getting Singaporeans to embrace a car-lite society
  178. New SkillsFuture programmes launched for Polytechnic, ITE graduates
  179. Living with grace through the lens of photographer born with disability
  180. Male circumcision: For some parents, it’s not so clear-cut
  181. Singapore food gift shops launched at Changi Airport T1 and T4
  182. Non-profit organisation AdvocAid to fight crowdfunding cheats
  183. Finnish company brings choice, greenery to eldercare in S'pore
  184. In Finland, seniors are ‘VIP clients’ who get to take nurses out for coffee
  185. MRT incidents have hurt public confidence: PM Lee
  186. Trust between PAP and S'poreans 'more important than ever'
  187. Higher taxes inevitable, and Govt will explain ahead of hikes where money is going to
  188. Man arrested for tossing pebbles at stationary vehicles while driving
  189. S’pore economy may grow by more than 3% this year, says PM Lee
  190. Parliament to take mid-term break after Budget next year
  191. Train services on Tuas West Extension to resume on Monday: LTA
  192. PM Lee on MRT disruptions, the economy, and safeguarding the people's trust
  193. No foreign country should ever influence our politics and divide our people: PM Lee
  194. TODAY's morning brief for Monday, Nov 20
  195. Construction begins for S$6.5 bn superhighway for used water
  196. Seven banks to allow NETS QR code payments at food stalls
  197. Commuters brace for longer travelling time on Tuas West Extension
  198. Burglar who also raped victim to be jailed 21 years and caned 18 strokes
  199. Amita wins S’pore’s first-ever Junior World Cup medal
  200. TODAY's evening brief for Monday, Nov 20
  201. Man injured after lightning strikes MRT train at Tanah Merah station
  202. More UberASSIST drivers to help seniors and people with disabilities get around easie
  203. MND to review Town Council Management Report indicators
  204. GST tax hike in S’pore ‘likely’, experts say
  205. High demand for 3, 4-room BTO flats in Geylang, Tampines
  206. Why a Singapore cryptocoin firm now does its banking in Japan
  207. TODAY's morning brief for Tuesday, Nov 21
  208. Hong Kong beats Singapore in race to attract talent: Institute for Management Develop
  209. A tax increase for Singapore would be nectar for Hong Kong
  210. Singapore’s calibrated approach to e-cigarettes and raising legal age for smoking
  211. Singapore students emerge tops in collaborative problem solving
  212. Inspection finds lightning did not hit Bedok-bound train, struck trackside equipment
  213. Joo Koon collision: Hit train had two faults that day, knocking out protective featur
  214. NUS taps augmented reality in training doctors
  215. Early closures and late start for about half of the East West Line over weekends in D
  216. TODAY's evening brief for Tuesday, Nov 21
  217. Hong Kong more attractive to global talent than Singapore: Report
  218. Nature Society (Singapore) president wins top environmental accolade
  219. Joo Koon train collision: Khaw chides signalling system provider which ‘could have do
  220. In full: LTA and SMRT's statement on service disruptions to 19 stations on NSEWL
  221. Man on trial for allegedly raping, sexually abusing 13-year-old girl over two years
  222. In full: LTA and SMRT's explanation of the chain of events behind the Joo Koon collis
  223. At Beatty Secondary, history lessons help students prepare for the future
  224. Fajar Sec students work together to organise games with the elderly
  225. Dr Tony Tan to be GIC director, special advisor
  226. Seven clubs told to wind down jackpot operations by April 2018
  227. 1 woman from Joo Koon collision still in hospital, SMRT ‘looking into’ compensation
  228. Police officer fires revolver at 'rampaging' wild boar in Punggol
  229. Taxing e-commerce players a potential minefield: Experts
  230. MAS issues public consultation paper on new payment services Bill
  231. MRT stations closure in Dec: Commuters want info on other transport choices
  232. High Court lays out sentencing benchmarks for molesters of children below 14
  233. 10 sec to collision: ‘Difficult’ for train driver to react, SMRT says
  234. TODAY's morning brief for Wednesday, Nov 22
  235. Singapore will ensure higher earners pay more tax: Indranee
  236. Majority think MRT is not well run, and are not confident things will improve soon: S
  237. MFA issues Bali travel advisory for Singaporeans
  238. Zouk’s former owner gets one-week jail term for drink-driving
  239. Five police reports lodged over bicycle abuse this year: oBike
  240. Sport safety a shared responsibility
  241. Autonomous vehicles to be piloted in Punggol, Tengah, Jurong Innovation District from
  242. Uber Singapore working with the authorities after data breach revealed
  243. COE prices close mixed in latest bidding exercise (Nov 22)
  244. Indonesia calls Singapore's Bali travel advisory 'excessive'
  245. Foreign worker fined S$30,000 for unlicensed employment agency activities
  246. TODAY's evening brief for Wednesday, Nov 22
  247. Morgan Stanley faces family-office poaching in Singapore and Hong Kong
  248. Man jailed 4 weeks for driving against traffic to avoid police checks
  249. Have a cocktail for a good cause
  250. UN committee renews calls for gender equality in S’pore