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    Hand that kid a mop: Families got their kids to do more housework during Covid-19

    SINGAPORE - When pre-schooler Nur Humairah Romi Nazri asked her mother if she could wash the dishes, she was not tall enough to reach the kitchen sink. It was in April during the circuit breaker last year and Ms Noryatti Sharil was initially reluctant as Humairah was only four then. Please...
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    Want to raise helpful kids? Learn from the Mayans, says US author

    SINGAPORE - No bribes, no punishments, no chore charts. American journalist and author Michaeleen Doucleff has written a book based on her research among cultures that date back thousands of years, where nagging the kids to help out is practically unheard of. Please subscribe or log in to...
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    Celebrity Parents: Actress-host Nurul Aini says she is 'born to be a mother'

    SINGAPORE - Actress-host Nurul Aini would love to have five children. "My husband says I'm gila (Malay for crazy), but I really, really want to have more kids," she says with a laugh, before adding: "If I were younger, that is." Nurul, who turns 39 in July, gave birth to her third child Shania...
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    askST: My daughters want to study fine arts. Should I worry?

    SINGAPORE - An arts education can equip students with creativity and innovative thinking – two tools which are essential to navigate an increasingly complex world. The Straits Times responds to a reader's question on arts education. Q: Help. Both my daughters, despite being academically strong...
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    23 new Covid-19 cases in S'pore, including 1 in community

    SINGAPORE - There were 23 new coronavirus cases confirmed as at Sunday noon (April 18), taking Singapore's total to 60,831. They included 22 imported cases who had been placed on stay-home notice or isolated on arrival in Singapore, said the Ministry of Health (MOH). There was also one...
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    34 cyclists in S'pore caught breaking rules on roads over 2 days: LTA

    SINGAPORE - In enforcement operations over two days in a few locations, 34 cyclists were caught flouting rules on roads. This comes after recent complaints about errant cyclists. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) said in a Facebook post on Sunday (April 18) that the cyclists were spotted...
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    34 errant cyclists caught over two days, including 2 riding against traffic flow: LTA

    Singapore 34 errant cyclists caught over two days, including 2 riding against traffic flow: LTA LTA caught 34 cyclists in breach of various rules from Apr 17 to 18, 2021. (Photo: Facebook/LTA) By Johannes Tjendro 18 Apr 2021 08:41PM (Updated: 18 Apr 2021 08:54PM ) Share this content...
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    1 community case among 23 new COVID-19 infections in Singapore

    Singapore 1 community case among 23 new COVID-19 infections in Singapore People eating at a hawker centre in Ang Mo Kio Central on Jun 19, 2020. (File photo: Rachel Phua) 18 Apr 2021 03:36PM (Updated: 18 Apr 2021 03:40PM ) Share this content Bookmark SINGAPORE: One community case was among...
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    Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on April 18

    Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Sunday, April 18. Arm pain, fever and fatigue: Side effects of Covid-19 vaccine mean immune systems are reacting Side effects tend to be more pronounced in those with more robust immune systems, such as young people. READ MORE HERE...
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    Bodies of two men retrieved from Singapore River near Clarke Quay

    SINGAPORE - The bodies of two men, aged 26 and 28, were retrieved from the Singapore River early on Sunday (April 18). Police said they were alerted at 1.57am to a case of suspected drowning near 6 Eu Tong Sen Street - the address of Clarke Quay Central. A spokesman for the Singapore Civil...
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    Man who sexually groomed 13-year-old girl jailed for two years and 10 months

    SINGAPORE - A man who started sexually grooming a teenager when she was 13 years old has been jailed for two years and 10 months. Nick Chong Seng Cheong, 24, had sex with the girl on multiple occasions and also paid her for it. He pleaded guilty on Monday (April 12) to three counts of sexual...
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    Commentary: Why many under 45 are hoping vaccination slots open in June

    Commentary Commentary Commentary: Why many under 45 are hoping vaccination slots open in June Those in Singapore under 45 may be able to sign up for vaccination starting June, says Senior Minister of Health Janil Puthucheary. Until then, what might be needed but is in short supply is patience...
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    2 bodies found in Singapore River near Clarke Quay

    Singapore 2 bodies found in Singapore River near Clarke Quay The bodies of two men were found in the Singapore River on Apr 18, 2021. (Photo: Facebook/Rudy Ferragamo) 18 Apr 2021 10:55AM (Updated: 18 Apr 2021 11:00AM ) Share this content Bookmark SINGAPORE: Two bodies were found in the...
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    Commentary: Why many under 45 are hoping vaccination slots open in June

    Commentary Commentary Commentary: Why many under 45 are hoping vaccination slots open in June Those in Singapore under 45 may be able to sign up for vaccination starting June, says Senior Minister of Health Janil Puthucheary. Until then, what might be needed but is in short supply is patience...
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    Challenges and opportunities as Singapore targets becoming a sustainable tourism destination

    SINGAPORE: While Singapore will face challenges as it tries to become a sustainable tourism destination, industry players and experts are confident that it can meet such a target. Speaking to CNA, Mr Christopher Khoo, the managing director for international tourism consultancy Masterconsult...
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    Foreign buyers, family offices and funds prop up demand for shophouses

    Business Foreign buyers, family offices and funds prop up demand for shophouses Shophouses in the Chinatown area in Singapore. (Photo: Unsplash/ Rigel) By Cheryl Lin 18 Apr 2021 06:00AM (Updated: 18 Apr 2021 07:16AM ) Share this content Bookmark SINGAPORE: Continued interest from...
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    Commentary: Why many under 45 will be hoping vaccination slots open in June

    Commentary Commentary Commentary: Why many under 45 will be hoping vaccination slots open in June Those in Singapore under 45 may be able to sign up for vaccination starting June, says Senior Minister of Health Janil Puthucheary. Until then, what might be needed but is in short supply is...
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    Challenges and opportunities as Singapore targets becoming a sustainable tourism destination

    SINGAPORE: While Singapore will face challenges as it tries to become a sustainable tourism destination, industry players and experts are confident that it can meet such a target. Speaking to CNA, Mr Christopher Khoo who is the managing director for international tourism consultancy...
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    Foreign buyers, family offices and funds prop up demand for shophouses

    Business Foreign buyers, family offices and funds prop up demand for shophouses Shophouses in the Chinatown area in Singapore. (Photo: Unsplash/ Rigel) By Cheryl Lin 18 Apr 2021 06:00AM (Updated: 18 Apr 2021 06:00AM ) Share this content Bookmark SINGAPORE: Continued interest from...
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    Commentary: Work of Singapore climate activists has only just begun

    Commentary Commentary Commentary: Work of Singapore climate activists has only just begun Climate activists can play a bridging role in helping corporates and consumers make the green shift but need help forming powerful alliances, says Terese Teoh from Singapore Youth for Climate Action...
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