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  1. St Hilda's Secondary School fight

    Commentary: Focus on preventing bullying, instead of how frequent it occurs

    Whatever the picture statistics paint, we need to focus on preventing bullying, says Yale-NUS College’s Cheung Hoi Shan.
  2. mother baby

    Commentary: Honour the honest presentation of motherhood

    From confinement to returning to work, it doesn't become easier for a new mother, says KK Women's and Children's Hospital's Dr Helen Chen.
  3. Tan Chuan-Jin handing out vouchers to residents in Bedok

    Nearly S$400,000 raised by churches for lower-income households

    Minister for Social and Family Development Tan Chuan-Jin was on hand to hand out the first tranche, about S$45,000, to 449 households in Bedok.
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    Teenage suicides at highest in recent years despite overall decline: SOS

    Despite a decline in the suicide rate last year, the number of teenage suicides rose to the highest in recent years, according to the Samaritans ...
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    Attack in Nice: Singaporean, Malaysian SUTD student are among those injured

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is providing assistance to both a Singaporean and a third-year Malaysian student at the Singapore University of ...
  6. missing boatman

    Bumboats adhere 'strictly' to safety regulations: Singapore River Cruise

    After one of its river taxis caught fire on Tuesday evening, boat operator Singapore River Cruise says its bumboats undergo annual checks and have ...
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    Peer support specialists to help full-time at IMH

    These specialists are patients who have recovered from mental illness and can offer support to existing patients.
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    More people on waiting list for liver transplants: Health Ministry

    There are currently 54 people on the waiting list to receive a liver transplant, more than double the 24 patients in 2011.
  9. Japan missing boy newspaper

    Missing boy case sparks discipline debate in Japan

    While views outside Japan persist of a hard-working people raised under a tough samurai-style discipline, the reality is far more nuanced.
  10. draw blood hiv test

    455 new HIV cases reported among Singapore residents last year

    A total of 97 per cent of the cases of HIV last year were acquired through sexual intercourse, the main mode of transmission, the Health Ministry ...