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The 17 most anticipated movies of 2019 (besides Captain Marvel, of course)

Sequels, reboots, live-action remakes, franchise-ending 'finales' and another stab at the Joker. The most anticipated films of ...

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Underwater currents, strong winds and even heavy rain add uncertainty to commercial diving jobs.

For a pay packet, they risk drowning, crocodile attacks and being hit by ships

They are in one of the world’s most dangerous occupations, but these divers want to do what they love and go to sea, as On The ...

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Thailand is the first Southeast Asian country to legalise the use of cannabis for medical purposes.

Promising or harmful? A debate ensues after Thailand legalises medical cannabis

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We've been taught that Sir Stamford Raffles founded Singapore in 1819. But what was life like before the colonial era?


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If you think it’s unsafe for your buddies, yourself, raise it up. If you think that someone is pushing beyond his means to physical harm, do so. I think that’s the way we maintain realistic training and give comfort to our parents.

Singapore Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen

Ng Eng Hen in Parliament on Feb 11, 2019
Singapore 'Anybody can stop unsafe training': Ng Eng Hen reassures parents sending sons to NS
MOH made a judgement call, balancing the various considerations. It is arguable that MOH should have made a different call. But I reject any allegation that MOH sought to cover up the incident.

Singapore Health Minister Gan Kim Yong

Gan Kim Yong HIV data leak
Singapore HIV data leak: ‘I reject any allegation MOH sought to cover up incident,’ says Gan Kim Yong
My stance on the issue is that if it is a truly falsified document, I am principally against it as anyone should be. But I believe the explanation from Marzuki's side has already been given.

Malaysia's Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman on the controversy surrounding Deputy Foreign Minister Marzuki Yahya’s academic qualifications

Syed Saddiq Pakatan Harapan
Asia I am 'principally' against the use of false education credentials: Malaysia's Syed Saddiq
People think that we’re construction workers or that we’re having fun on the ropes. But everybody agrees that it’s dangerous.

Technician trainer Richard Seah

Mr Richard Seah, with 11 years of rope access experience, is a trainer and a safety officer.
CNA Insider To do their job, they dangle from high-rise buildings by just a rope
Asking a 5-year-old to move across Singapore by himself might be a stretch, but I hope it doesn't discourage Singaporean parents from embracing a more open mindset in general and allow their children to find themselves in new situations and learn from them.

Dr Foo Koong Hean, an adjunct senior lecturer at James Cook University

Charlotte's first task was to bring her brother’s jiu-jitsu belt to his class 470m away in Katong.
Commentary Commentary: Should you let your 5-year-old run errands outside of home?
I get a lot of very, very rude comments about my work, but it’s okay. … I think it's also okay to get bad comments, because in a way you get that spectrum of people who really dislike it and like it, then you generate interesting dialogue.

Qimmyshimmy, Singaporean artist Lim Qixuan

Singapore 'I get very rude comments about my work, but it's okay': Singapore artist Qimmyshimmy

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