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  1. On The Red Dot
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    Ep 33: My Parent, My Classmate (Part 1)

    The fun begins as 4 parents join their kids for the first day back in primary school. But as they relive awkward ice-breakers and surprise tests, ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Japan's Environment Minister Koizumi attends a news conference at PM Abe's of

    Japan minister Koizumi to take paternity leave, aims to be role model

    Japanese environment minister Shinjiro Koizumi will soon announce he is taking paternity leave, a government official said on Wednesday, as he ...
  3. O level results

    Commentary: Junior college or polytechnic after O-Levels – does it matter?

    It may be a daunting decision to make, but the answer is in knowing what suits you best, says June Yong.
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    Ep 33: Parents' Whatsapp Group Chats: Stay or Leave?

    Diana Ser goes on a personal journey to find out if her participation in Parents' Whatsapp group chats is inadvertently hurting her kids.
  5. primary school students

    Commentary: Parents need not fear getting ready for the first day of school

    Perhaps instead of stressing about the first day of school, parents should celebrate it, says Annie Tan.
  6. Baby sleeping

    Commentary: 'Crying it out'' is no solution when sleep training babies

    Not only do babies become distressed during longer periods of crying, but ignoring a baby's cries goes against everything we know about building ...
  7. Woman taking a photo with her smartphone

    Commentary: Should you get your teenager a smartphone for Christmas?

    Many worry about whether putting technology under the tree. But a smartphone may actually help your teenager develop closer relations with those ...
  8. secondary school students Singapore

    Commentary: The fear of failure cannot help Singapore reach our best

    Singapore comes in second on the OECD PISA rankings but are we missing the forest for the trees in our fixation on such metrics? Crystal Lim-Lange ...
  9. Baby drinking milk

    Commentary: Do parents really need a confinement nanny?

    While costly for many, good confinement support can alleviate “mum guilt” and help new mothers prioritise self-care and recovery, says Annie Tan.
  10. Beach

    Commentary: The things I no longer do for my significant other

    Relationships can be tough. But sometimes, it takes a walk down the unpleasant bits of memory lane to realise how far you’ve come, says Karen Tee.