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  1. SCDF ambulance

    Commentary: In the future, your ambulance could be driverless

    Drones and driverless cars could ease the strain on health emergency services, helping paramedics prioritise and treat urgent cases faster.
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    Commentary: Don't let caring for the dying become a burden on the living

    We should spare more thought into helping our palliative care practitioners deal with the challenges of caring for the terminally ill, for they ...
  3. Novel Baswedan in hospital

    Injured Indonesian graft investigator to receive treatment in Singapore

    Novel Baswedan had acid thrown on his face on Tuesday. He was one of the lead investigators of an ongoing probe on the embezzlement of state funds ...
  4. Crime generic (2)

    Police investigating murder at Sentosa Gateway

    A 34-year-old man believed to have sustained stab injuries to his head and back has died after being taken to hospital.
  5. NSmen marching

    Various level of checks in place for servicemen who handle firearms: Ng Eng Hen

    These include a medical screening for both physical and mental health conditions before enlistment, where pre-enlistees are asked explicitly if ...
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    More than 900 clinics to stay open during Chinese New Year period

    The public should only seek medical treatment at a hospital’s A&E department for serious emergencies, the Health Ministry says.
  7. Bangladesh father and his children who are suffering from muscular dystrophy

    Bangladeshi father seeks mercy killing of sons, grandson

    His two sons and grandchild suffer from an incurable form of muscular dystrophy.
  8. Indo police over deported Indonesians

    Indonesian police free 8 men deported from Singapore over IS images

    Indonesian authorities say their investigations found no known links to Islamic State. The group was released after being interrogated by the ...
  9. stock people bus 01

    SBS Transit appeals for info on man who 'slapped and hit' bus captains

    SBS Transit says it has identified the assailant through CCTVs on the buses and has given the footage to the police.