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  1. There are nearly 7,000 escalators in Singapore, and safety-related issues have grown in importance.

    Almost an accident a day on Singapore’s escalators, and the reasons why

    Most of these accidents were caused by "user behaviour", such as using prams on escalators, running on them and not holding the handrails. Talking ...
  2. Not only has Mohd Nur Azmi grown closer to his sons, they have also been his pillars of support.

    Grit and a whole lot of love: When single fathers rise to the challenge

    One parent rediscovers what it is to truly be a father after a traumatic divorce, another has been raising his daughter since she was one — two ...
  3. Ben Arman calls himself a jack of all trades, from electrical to plumbing to miscellaneous repairs.

    ‘You’re paying for my experience, not my labour’: The handyman trying to earn his keep

    If there’s something wrong with your home fixtures, who are you going to call? Benjamin Arman, for one, isn’t afraid of choked toilets, but what ...
  4. Christian Calledo became a lechonero, someone who roasts whole pigs on a spit, without any training.

    The Cebuano who quit his lucrative job to roast pigs in Singapore

    Iskina Cebu saved owner Christian Calledo from a life he did not want, and his eatery's lechon dish has now created a mini Cebu away from home, as ...
  5. Station Inspector Zulkiflee Mohamed is a Land Division investigation officer from Tanglin Division.

    Inside the world of a Singapore police investigator

    Istana incidents, mindless crimes and long hours are just some of the things Station Inspector Zulkiflee Mohamed faces on the job. CNA Insider ...
  6. Talking Point host Steven Chia asks three youngsters how they feel about their parents 'sharenting'.

    Embarrassing and risky: When parents share too much of their children online

    ‘Sharenting’ has become a social phenomenon, but what do youngsters have to say about it? What is at stake? Talking Point finds out.
  7. MCI KidSTART main

    Too scared for pre-school: A young mum’s struggle with her daughter’s fears

    Forced to pull her girl out of childcare when she couldn’t adapt, and struggling to care for her family, things were looking rough for Yasmin – ...
  8. Rayner Loi (left) and his team, with their invention for reducing food waste, one dustbin at a time.

    From finance undergrad to food waste warrior, with a made-in-Singapore invention

    Rayner Loi hit the pause button on school to become the CEO of a technology start-up building AI trackers that make dustbins smart enough to ...
  9. GR Philippines criminal children main

    The Philippines’ little delinquents, committing some of the most brazen crimes

    To deal with youth offenders, some lawmakers are hoping to make children as young as nine criminally liable. The programme Get Real investigates ...
  10. The police continue to enter the fray to stop the bloodshed caused by Bangkok's deadly school gangs.

    In a shopping haven in Bangkok, one of Thailand’s deadliest school rivalries

    The country's vocational student gangs have been around for decades, and the violence of late knows no bounds, not even murder. Get Real gains ...