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    NParks investigating after corgi dies under the care of pet groomer

    SINGAPORE: The National Parks Board (NParks) is investigating the case of a dog that died while under the care of a pet groomer. Closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage shared on social media on Wednesday (Jul 24) showed an unattended corgi pacing around a grooming table at Pawkins SG, a pet...
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    RI takes disciplinary action against student who dressed as foodpanda delivery rider on Racial Harmony Day

    SINGAPORE: Raffles Institution (RI) has taken disciplinary action against the student who dressed as a foodpanda delivery rider wearing a mask on Racial Harmony Day, said its principal on Thursday (Jul 25). A photo of the student wearing a mask of someone else’s face with the long-sleeved...
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    No deal: Grab takeover of Trans-cab off after both firms withdraw application to Singapore's competition watchdog

    SINGAPORE: A deal for ride-hailing platform Grab to take over taxi operator Trans-cab will no longer go ahead, said Singapore's competition watchdog on Thursday (Jul 25). The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) said it was notified by Grab and Trans-cab on Monday that the...
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    Rise in harmful social media content, with increase in those inciting racial, religious tension, violence: Online safety poll

    SINGAPORE: There has been a rise in the amount of harmful content Singaporeans encounter on social media platforms, a government survey has found. While cyberbullying and sexual content remained the most common, there was a significant climb in content that incite racial or religious tension...
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    Primary 1 registration 2024: 30 schools oversubscribed in Phase 2B

    The most oversubscribed primary school in Phase 2B this year was Holy Innocents' Primary School in Hougang, with 57 applicants vying for 20 spots. The next two oversubscribed schools were Ai Tong School in Bishan, with 53 applicants for 20 vacancies, and Nan Chiau Primary School in Sengkang...
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    CNA Explains: What the settlement between AHTC, SKTC and WP leaders means

    SINGAPORE: On Wednesday (Jul 24), Workers' Party (WP) secretary-general Pritam Singh dropped a short joint statement on Facebook, indicating that a settlement had been reached with the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC) and Sengkang Town Council (SKTC) over two long-running lawsuits concerning...
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    ICA to stop Saturday services at Lavender from September

    SINGAPORE: The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) Services Centre will only operate on weekdays from Sep 2, announced ICA on Thursday (Jul 25). The centre, located at ICA Building near Lavender MRT station, is currently open on Saturdays from 8am to 12.30pm, as well as weekdays from 8am...
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    Meet the sport psychologists and dieticians helping Singapore’s Olympians to deliver under pressure

    Dr Harry Lim, senior sports psychologist from the Singapore Sport Institute, is on the ground in Paris to help spot any signs of stress. "The fact that it also happens once every four years - everybody's trying to peak at the right time,” he told CNA. “So (we are) getting our athletes...
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    In pictures: Saturn seen cosying up to the moon in rare conjunction

    SINGAPORE: Saturn appeared to cosy up to the moon in the early hours of Thursday (Jul 25) in a rare event that made both heavenly bodies appear to "touch". The phenomenon, known as a conjunction, occurs when the moon, a planet or a star appear close together in the earth’s night sky, according...
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    Terrorism threat elevated since renewed Israel-Palestine conflict; Singapore also affected: ISD

    SINGAPORE: The threat of terrorism has risen since the reescalation of the Israel-Palestine conflict on Oct 7 last year, and developments since have also impacted Singapore, the Internal Security Department (ISD) said on Thursday (Jul 25). “The conflict has generated emotive responses...
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    Night Safari will soon have a new walking trail where visitors can see pangolins, otters and flying squirrels

    Animal lovers in Singapore can look forward to even more attractions in the coming years. Months after announcing a forest resort and Singapore's fifth wildlife park, Mandai Wildlife Group revealed on Thursday (Jul 25) that the Night Safari is set to have a new 280m-long walking trail. Here...
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    5 men charged over involvement in illegal labour importation syndicate

    SINGAPORE: Five men were charged on Thursday (Jul 25) for offences involving the illegal importation of labour under the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act (EFMA). The five Singaporeans are alleged to have conspired to submit work pass applications for foreigners under shell companies in...
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    Personal data of 128,000 customers of moneylenders stolen after IT vendor hacked

    SINGAPORE: The personal information of about 128,000 customers of moneylenders has been stolen after a third-party IT vendor was hacked. The Ministry of Law (MinLaw) on Thursday (Jul 25) confirmed the data breach involved the borrower data of 12 licensed moneylenders that are using the services...
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    Roxy Square in Katong up for collective sale at S$1.25 billion

    SINGAPORE: Roxy Square in Katong has been put up for collective sale at a minimum price of S$1.25 billion (US$0.93 billion), marketing agent JLL said on Wednesday (Jul 24). Roxy Square is a freehold mixed-use development, comprising Roxy Square Shopping Centre and Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel. The...
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    OneRepublic, BabyMonster, Kylie Minogue, Lenny Kravitz to perform at F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2024

    The artistes performing at this year's Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix were announced on Thursday (Jul 25) – and we might have just found our answer as to why OneRepublic has a song called Singapore on its new album. The celebrated pop-rock group will be performing on Sep 20 –...
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    YouTrip users can now transfer funds back to bank account, subject to conditions

    SINGAPORE: YouTrip users can now transfer funds from their digital wallet back to their bank accounts - subject to certain conditions. This new bank withdrawal feature, which will be "gradually rolled out" in the coming days, only applies to top-ups made after midnight on Jul 22. "In response...
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    Singaporean singer Stefanie Sun reveals she had been sick for a month, had to suspend concert rehearsals

    Acclaimed Singaporean singer Stefanie Sun recently revealed that she had been sick for a month. In a video uploaded on her social media platforms on Tuesday night (Jul 23), Stefanie is seen celebrating her 46th birthday with a group of unseen friends. After blowing the candles on her cake...
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    Legendary Bollywood singer Udit Narayan holding first-ever Singapore concert this October

    For Bollywood fans, Indian singer Udit Narayan is a man who needs no introduction. For decades, the 68-year-old has been delighting moviegoers with his soothing vocals. He has sung a bevy of Bollywood hits including Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Maahi Ve from 2003's Kal Ho Naa Ho and Deewangi Deewangi...
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    Income will still provide affordable insurance for lower-income customers after Allianz deal: NTUC Enterprise chairman

    SINGAPORE: Income Insurance will continue to provide affordable insurance for lower-income customers after the deal with Allianz, said NTUC Enterprise chairman Lim Boon Heng on Thursday (Jul 25) amid concerns about the German company buying a majority stake in the co-operative. "NTUC Enterprise...
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    Samba dancers, city views: World-famous F&B brand Sushisamba opens first Asian outlet in Singapore's CBD

    Sushisamba, the global brand focusing on food, drinks and entertainment driven by Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian influences, has officially opened its doors in Singapore to the sound of percussion beats and clinking glasses. Known for atmospheric settings, each Sushisamba in cities including...
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