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    Red Dot Traffic Building to be restored to original off-white colour

    Other restoration works include repairing architectural elements such as timber louver windows and cast-iron rainwater downpipes, and restoring ...
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    What goes into the making of a Chinese dragon?

    In the past, Chinese dragons sold in Singapore would cost at least S$5,000. But these days, a dragon is easily available for as little as S$1,500.
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    US-backed forces launch assault on Syrian IS 'capital'

    The start of the assault by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) came as Iraqi forces fought inside Mosul for the third day running amid fierce ...
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    Taiwan water park blast victims demand apology, punishment

    It is more than a year since the blast at Formosa Fun Coast near the capital Taipei, where clouds of multi-coloured corn starch sprayed on ...
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    11 things you need to know about the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

    The cold, hard and essential facts about Apple's latest smartphone.
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    Five for Friday: 5 accessories that maketh the 1990s Singapore teenager

    In her regular end-of the-week look at what’s happening in pop culture, Channel NewsAsia's Genevieve Loh digs out her baby tee and friendship ...
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    Is love colour blind? Mixed race couples tackle challenges

    1 in 5 marriages here is inter-racial, but social acceptance of such unions remains mixed. On The Red Dot profiles the stories of three couples.
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    Thai police charge 2 eight-year-old girls who tore down pink lists

    The girls were charged with obstructing the referendum process and destroying public property after tearing down the lists posted outside a school.
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    Olympics: Singapore windsurfer Audrey Yong aims to learn from the best in Rio

    Yong, who has been part of the sport for eight years, will be making her debut at the Games as Singapore’s first ever female windsurfer.