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    2 nurses at veterinary clinic suspended after video of their inappropriate behaviour with animals posted online

    SINGAPORE - A veterinary clinic in Pasir Ris has suspended two of its nurses after a video of them behaving inappropriately with animals in the clinic was posted online. Apologising for the actions of its staff on Thursday (Nov 14) and for any distress caused, the clinic, Ohana VetCare, told...
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    Hello Moto

    My fav RAZR V3 is back. i still remember using 1 hard to flip open and 1 hand to type and 1 hand to close.
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    The Art and Science of (Home) Painting

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    This Singapore Grab driver really needs a few more screens

    A Grab driver is drawing a mix of praise and bewilderment for his impressive array of screens that allow him to monitor the road, enjoy a live symphony, and maintain home surveillance. Images of the tech-savvy driver and his five screens — three of which are mobile phones — were tweeted this...
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    This Insta-worthy cafe in Bali will have you wanting to take a pic before you take a bite

    Kuta in Bali has no shortage of scenic spots, with sandy beaches and Instagrammable cafes. It’s no wonder the popular surf spot has been featured on many a millennial’s carefully curated Instagram feed. When you need a break from catching those waves though, you’ll need to refuel — so why not...
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    Expect delays at Tuas, Woodlands checkpoints during holidays: ICA

    SINGAPORE — Travellers through the Woodlands and Tuas land checkpoints are advised to expect delays during the year-end school holidays period from Friday (15 November) to 31 December, as traffic flow is expected to be heavy. In a media release on Wednesday, the Immigration and Checkpoints...
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    No. 1 milk company declares bankruptcy amid drop in demand

    Got milk? Increasingly, Americans don't, and that led the nation's biggest milk producer to file for bankruptcy Tuesday. Dean Foods blamed a decadeslong drop in milk consumption that has seen people turn to alternatives like soda, juice and almond milk. The Dallas company said it may sell...
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    Retail sales fall 2.2% in September, 8th straight month of decline

    SINGAPORE - Takings at the till fell for the eighth consecutive month in September, according to data released by the Department of Statistics on Tuesday (Nov 12). Retail sales shrank 2.2 per cent compared with the same month last year. This was less than the 4 per cent drop in September and...
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    SONIC THE HEDGEHOG Official Trailer # 2

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    E-scooter rider charged over Bedok accident that killed cyclist

    SINGAPORE - An e-scooter rider appeared in court on Monday (Nov 11) over his alleged involvement in an accident in Bedok North that killed a cyclist in September. Malaysian Hung Kee Boon, 20, was charged with causing the death of logistics assistant packer Ong Bee Eng, 65, by performing a rash...
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    ‘Help, dad!’ a hysterical Aliff Aziz shouts during Orchard Road arrest

    The downward spiral of Singaporean singer-actor Aliff Aziz hit a new low yesterday with a drunk chase and tackle down Orchard Road. Aliff, 28, was arrested for public nuisance Sunday morning after several police officers had to pin him down beside the main road just outside Orchard Towers...
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    'It's a sin': Cambodia's brutal and shadowy dog meat trade

    Cambodian dog meat traders drown, strangle and stab thousands of canines a day in a shadowy but sprawling business that traumatises workers and exposes them to deadly health risks like rabies. Khieu Chan bursts into tears when describing a job that haunts him as he goes to sleep: he kills up to...
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    China October new bank loans dip to 22-month low, more easing expected

    BEIJING (Reuters) - New bank loans in China fell more than expected to the lowest in 22 months in October, but the drop was likely due to seasonal factors and policymakers are still expected to ramp up support for the cooling economy in coming months. Chinese regulators have been trying to...
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    How This ITE Graduate Started His Own Hairdressing Salon

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    $50 Public Transport Voucher to apply from 11 November 2019 to 31 October 2020

    2019 Public Transport Voucher Exercise to cover all households with monthly household income from all sources per person of not more than $1,200. Eligible households can apply for the vouchers at their local community centres/clubs sauce: 1 in 5 Resident Households to Benefit from Largest...