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How fitness entrepreneur Liv Lo defines health and beauty in her own way

The yoga enthusiast also talks about her whirlwind induction into life as Mrs Henry Golding.

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When mobile phone usage comes between employers and domestic workers

From sexy selfies to oversharing information online, the way some helpers use their phones is making some employers uneasy.

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Never doubt that Singapore has the means to bounce back from this outbreak. I assure you as Finance Minister that this Government will do all that is necessary to get workers and companies hit hard by this global health crisis back on their feet.

Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat on how the Government will help businesses and families amid the COVID-19 outbreak

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This disease does not mean inevitable death. I have confidence in our medical team and their skills. I believe they will be able to save us.

Mrs Zhang, a COVID-19 patient who recovered, sharing words of encouragement to others in Singapore still undergoing treatment

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Before this virus, I would think about being rich or famous ... Of course I still have dreams, but that slows down … Now I think about my health, my family, and the ones I love – those are more important than anything else. And when they opened the gates (of the quarantine centre), I just thought – what a wonderful life.

Former Team Singapore swimmer Tao Li on how being in the epicentre of the COVID-19 outbreak has changed her outlook in life

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My kids would complain, why cannot eat meat? And I would have to explain to them that I didn’t have the money. I cried every night, thinking about what tomorrow would bring. I really felt like a useless mum.

Nor Ain, who almost fell into depression from worrying about how to feed her children in the cheap-food paradise of Singapore

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We would rather (she died) of sickness here and see her than to die abroad because we don’t get to see her ... we only got the chance to only see her five days after so that’s very hard for us … We still haven’t accepted the fact that she died.

Jackielyn Leste, whose mother Abigail died in Singapore in an accident outside Lucky Plaza, on picking up the pieces after

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We really hope that it sends a strong message to these criminals in this case who are eyeing to exploit vulnerable individuals.

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