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  1. Seah Moon Ming

    Seah Moon Ming to succeed Koh Yong Guan as SMRT chairman

    Mr Koh will step down on Jul 17 when he completes his current term of office, SMRT says.
  2. SIM University

    SIM University renamed Singapore University of Social Sciences

    The name was chosen to reflect the university’s mission of “driving lifelong learning anchored in disciplines with a strong social focus”, says ...
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    Education system is going through an 'overwhelming adjustment': Ong Ye Kung

    Noting that no major fiscal shifts were announced in Budget 2017, Mr Ong likened the education system to a computer that remained unchanged, even ...
  4. File photo ITE students

    ITE to introduce new apprenticeship-based technical diploma

    The technical diploma will be conferred by ITE and students will be able to apply for the diploma after they graduate, or after a few years of ...
  5. kites over marina bay sands

    Windy conditions on day of Tembusu tree accident 'not unusual': Met Service

    Data from the Meteorological Service Singapore showed that on Feb 11 at around the time the Tembusu tree toppled, the wind sensor at Paya Lebar ...
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    Off-peak car population in 2016 lowest in a decade

    Since rising to a high of 50,040 in 2010 when the scheme’s rules were eased, their presence on the roads has steadily diminished over the years.
  7. GrabShare launch

    Grab guns for lion’s share of carpooling market with new service GrabShare

    The company says it is launching the service now as its other carpooling platform - GrabHitch - has grown about 75 per cent in the past three ...
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    Circle Line signal woes: What we know so far

    What is the issue plaguing the rail network run by SMRT, and what are SMRT and LTA doing to address the root issue of the signalling woes said to ...
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    China’s Xi to tighten grip on party discipline at key meeting

    About 200 members of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China will meet in Beijing for the Sixth Plenum, which starts on Monday.
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    China's Sixth Plenum: How could it shape the country's political future?

    China's most elite Communist Party cadres will gather in Beijing for a four-day meeting from Monday (Oct 24). We look at how this gathering may ...