Biography of the Author Angela Lim

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    Harmony between different races, religions fundamental principle for Singapore: PM Lee

    In a Facebook post on Racial Harmony Day, Mr Lee says Singaporeans should celebrate diversity in the country and share each other’s customs and ...
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    School mergers: Transition for teachers can be challenging, 'bridging' programme in place

    Switching from teaching at secondary school to primary school level is not as straightforward as it seems, but help is at hand to ease the transition.
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    School mergers: Transition for teachers can be challenging, 'bridging' programme in place

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    Tanjong Pagar MPs, residents plant trees to mark Lee Kuan Yew’s 2nd death anniversary

    The event involved the planting of 10 species of plants in at the Tiong Bahru Community Club and the Duxton Plain Park including the Bread Flower ...
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    Fewer fires reported, more emergency medical calls made in Singapore in 2015: SCDF

    Despite the increase in the volume of calls, the Singapore Civil Defence Force responded to 84 per cent of cases within 11 minutes, a 1.8 per cent ...
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    Traffic Police to deploy new mobile speed cameras

    Also known as MSC, the camera is compact, has its own power source and can be deployed swiftly to new locations within a week.
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    Colombian city wins Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize

    Medellin was selected from 38 nominated cities for its transformation from "the most dangerous city in the world, to a relatively liveable city", ...
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    Singapore must boost water supply resilience: Masagos

    At the opening of Singapore World Water Day, Mr Masagos Zulkifli urged Singapore to plan ahead and continue to invest in infrastructure to boost ...
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    Singapore to preserve historical records, allow more public access

    Singapore will adopt a three-pronged approach to preserve historical records and this includes making them more accessible to the public.
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    Singaporeans should be encouraged to read more: Yaacob Ibrahim

    A reading habit helps promote self-directed, lifelong learning among those of all ages, the Minister for Communications and Information says.