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  1. FILE PHOTO: A statue stands in front of a home destroyed by the Camp Fire in Paradise

    PG&E says SEC investigating it for disclosures, losses for wildfires

    PG&E Corp said on Thursday the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the company regarding public disclosures and losses ...
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    Spotify boasts 70m subscribers amid stock listing reports

  3. Police Operations Command Centre

    Non-emergency calls to 999 could make difference between 'life and death'

    Two in three calls to the 999 emergency hotline are likely to be nuisance calls or misdirected calls.
  4. Esplanade

    The Esplanade to build new S$30m waterfront theatre

    The new 550-seat venue will aim to address expanding audiences and growing artistic needs when it opens in 2021. The arts centre, which turns 15 ...
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    Government ‘seriously considering’ how to deal with fake news: Shanmugam

    The Minister for Law acknowledges that current frameworks are limited and ineffective in addressing the modern-day phenomena.
  6. ICA fake website

    ICA warns public about fake website

    No data from the official ICA website has been compromised, and access to it remains unaffected, the authority said.
  7. workers at singapore financial district

    Public feedback wanted on annual wage guidelines: NWC

    The tripartite body wants to hear the public’s views about what could be included in the annual wage recommendations, as well as other ...
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    2 entertainment outlets at Sentosa Gateway found to have breached licensing rules

    Two people were also arrested for using abusing language towards public servants.
  9. Founders' Memorial committee members

    Public showcase to get views on Founders' Memorial to be held in March

    The public showcase is named "Remembering our Founders: The Making of a Memorial" and will be at Gardens by the Bay's Waterview Room from Mar 14 ...
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    Malaysian police appeal for 'time and space' to probe pastor Raymond Koh's disappearance

    The authorities asked that the public stop making "unfounded" conclusions, which they said could jeopardise police proceedings and even endanger ...