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    No cause for concern over otter population in Singapore: Experts

    There is a limit to how big the population of smooth-coated otters can grow in this city, they say. 
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    Large greenhouse gas emitters voice concerns as Government irons out details of carbon tax

    Instead of being charged a flat rate, large emitters of greenhouse gases have called for the upcoming carbon tax to be based on whether their ...
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    New Sports Hub CEO to prioritise community engagement, organising better events

    The newly appointed chief executive officer of the Singapore Sports Hub Mr Oon Jin Teik said finding more ways to engage the community will be a ...
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    Changi Airport marks record traffic of 62.2m passengers in 2017

    Changi Airport saw a record 62.2 million passengers pass through its doors in 2017, it announced on Tuesday (Jan 23). 
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    Agencies must do more to strengthen IT controls, stamp out recurring lapses: Public accounts watchdog

    The Public Accounts Committee has urged several ministries and public agencies to address recurring lapses and strengthen system controls cited in ...
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    Singapore and Sri Lanka sign free trade agreement

    Singapore and Sri Lanka signed a free trade agreement on Tuesday (Jan 23) which will deepen economic ties and facilitates greater trade flows ...
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    Negotiations concluded on new trans-Pacific trade deal: MTI

    Eleven countries have officially concluded negotiations on a new trade pact after the United States dropped out of the Trans Pacific ...
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    Digging up the past: Searching for treasures to unlock more of Singapore's history

    With many potential archaeological sites in Singapore that have not been investigated yet, the hope is that undiscovered artefacts can reveal even ...
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    Singapore kids outperform peers in global reading literacy study

    An international test that measures how well primary four pupils can read saw Singapore emerging second out of 50 countries. 
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    Introduction of dual-class shares by Singapore Exchange raises concerns

    It is a win for company founders looking to go public in Singapore but some investors may lose out when the Singapore Exchange (SGX) introduces ...

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