Stories By Monica Kotwani
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Assistant Professor Winston Chow of the geography department at the National University of Singapore said this increase will still fall within the expected natural variation of rainfall for this period.
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The Singapore Standard SS587 offers guidelines to businesses and industries on how to manage and dispose of IT equipment responsibly, and the announcement on Wednesday (Nov 12) marks the first industry implementation of it.
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Ms Sim was responding to a question by Non-Constituency Member of Parliament, Lina Chiam after postage rates increased in October.
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There is scope to expand the percentage of bicycles used for trips, said Ms Ng, proposing to increase the number by 2020.
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Singapore generated almost 800,000 tonnes of food waste last year - the highest in recent years. Experts say each individual in Singapore could be producing about 400 grammes of food waste every day.
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The Bill in its current form is "prosecution and prevention-centric" and does not take into account the rights of trafficking victims, campaigners said on the sidelines of the StopTraffickingSG Campaign press conference.
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Initiatives could include an emergency fund for funeral arrangements for the elderly who lived alone, a literacy programme for children from underprivileged families, and a think-tank to explore employment for the elderly.
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For guiding members of the special needs community on their runs and helping them to gain confidence, Runninghour received the President's Volunteerism & Philanthropy Awards. The club is one of 10 recipients this year.
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Singaporean children aged between seven and 16, including those studying in madrasahs, private schools, home-schooled, and those residing overseas will benefit.
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Teachers in Early Intervention Programmes for Infants and Children are required to attend the certified training in early intervention within two years of joining the sector: Minister for Social and Family Development Chan Chun Sing.