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Online Draw the line between Singaporeans and non-Singaporeans participating in events that can rile up opinions: K Shanmugam
By: KOK XING HUI,   The Straits Times Online  21/10/2016
to anyone taking part and supporting it." But, he added: "You can well imagine that there can be other kinds of causes where Singaporeans will sharply divide in their opinions - and that I think should be left for Singaporeans." Pink Dot, an annual event to support the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, is likely to fall under   (554 words)
Article Uniquely Singaporean
By: ANG YIYING,   The Straits Times  (IN)  17/08/2015
ensures a minimum number of opposition candidates in Parliament. The Government's rationale was that having NCMPs would teach younger Singaporeans about the role of an opposition and, at the same time, satisfy Singaporeans who felt there should be opposition MPs in Parliament to keep check the ruling party. When it was first introduced, the scheme   (866 words)
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Article MISSION TO WOO SINGAPOREANS
By: LIM SAY HENG,   The New Paper  (SPORTS)  28/09/2015
December's events will be free, with organisers working with companies and voluntary welfare organisations to bring Singaporeans, able-bodied or otherwise, to the Asean Para Games. "Experience tours" will be conducted, allowing Singaporeans to try out para-sports at Asean Para Games carnivals at the Sports Hub and Marina Bay, while para-athletes have   (600 words)
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Article Singaporeans in action
The Straits Times  (OLYMPICS RIO 2016)  11/08/2016
JASMINE SER Shooting: Women's 50m rifle 3 positions – qualification (8pm), final (11pm), if she advances. LEONARD ONG Sailing: Men's RS:X, races 7, 8 & 9 (tomorrow, 12.05am) AUDREY YONG Sailing: Women's RS:X, races 7, 8 & 9 (tomorrow, 12.15am) JOVINA CHOO/AMANDA NG   (162 words)
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Article PROUD TO BE SINGAPOREAN
By: TAY SUAN CHIANG, MAY YIP,   The Business Times  (LIVING)  06/08/2016
(right). It sounds like a cliche, but with its location in the National Gallery, one of Singapore's most important heritage sites – Yan offers the perfect backdrop for a Singaporean bite. Yan's August Dim Dum Special is available till Aug 31 at Yan, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew's Road, #05-02. Dim sum prices from S$4++. For reservations   (1548 words)
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Article A truly Singaporean backpack
By: LIN YANGCHEN,   The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  13/11/2016
weight off the shoulders of the Republic's troops is being developed. The A-Lite Pack was invented by the DSO National Laboratories which carried out a detailed study of Singaporean body shapes and sizes with researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS). They discovered that between 1997 and 2015, the average height of Singapore men   (569 words)
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Article Singaporeans train in Valencia
The New Paper  (SPORTS)  20/12/2015
A group of 17 budding Singaporean footballers is in Valencia this week to learn what it takes to make it at the top level. Aged between 13 and 17, the entourage consist of beneficiaries of the Singapore Olympic Foundation-Peter Lim Scholarship (nine), St Joseph Institution International-Peter Lim Scholarship (five) and three from Northlight School   (134 words)
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Article GE fever hits Singaporeans
The New Paper  (NEWS)  09/08/2015
talked animatedly of the rising cost of living, especially with housing prices that were racing upwards. Coffee-shop talk was riddled with accusations of foreigners taking Singaporean jobs. But it was also a watershed election marked by the influence of the online alternative media, as opposition politicians campaigned online and in public. Sensing   (311 words)
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Article Can Singaporeans read?
By: KISHORE MAHBUBANI,   The Straits Times  (OPINION)  14/01/2017
that Singaporeans don't read enough. And when they do read, their reading is narrowly focused. One clue to what Singaporeans read is provided by The Sunday Times' bestseller list. The list of non-fiction books should be seen as a national wall of shame. Instead of looking at the world and trying to understand how it is changing, Singaporeans indulge   (1538 words)
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Article SINGAPOREANS IN ACTION
The Straits Times  (SPORT)  17/09/2016
2016 Paralympic Games THERESA GOH Swimming: Women's 100m freestyle S5 heats (10.04pm) & final if she qualifies (tomorrow, 6.29am) NORSILAWATI SA'AT Athletics: Women's 100m T52 finals, 10.05pm   (63 words)
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