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    Composition of Honour Singapore raises questions about its values

Composition of Honour Singapore raises questions about its values

By Terry Xu A new non-profit organisation (NPO) called Honour (Singapore), officially launched on 5 August 2014 at the Fullerton Hotel, was reported widely in mainstream news, but garnered some

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    RSN and USN conduct successful combined torpedo firing

RSN and USN conduct successful combined torpedo firing

The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) and the United States Navy (USN) successfully conducted a combined torpedo firing earlier today, as part of the 20th annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and

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    Pulp Friction – challenging norms and legislation

Pulp Friction – challenging norms and legislation

By Ariffin Sha Editing and images by Howard Lee Are we muzzled? Are we getting access to information? Can we cope with diversity of views? What is the role of

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Fear of Ebola virus in Asia and Europe, but no confirmed cases

  Fear of Ebola virus in Asia and Europe, but no confirmed cases

By Howard Lee Countries in Asia and Europe are on alert following fears that the Ebola virus could get out of

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Alumni barred from school for being “politically active”?

  Alumni barred from school for being “politically active”?

By Terry Xu Like the year before, graduate of First Toa Payoh Secondary, Ariffin Sha was preparing to return to

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X-Men not axed

  X-Men not axed

By Howard Lee Fans of the X-Men series of comics will be relieved to know that the Media Development Authority (MDA)

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New schemes to promote flexi-travel in firms

  New schemes to promote flexi-travel in firms

By Howard Lee Employers who wish to adopt flexi-travel initiatives for their workforce to travel during off-peak hours can tap on

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EU to Singapore: Reinstate moratorium, abolish death penalty

  EU to Singapore: Reinstate moratorium, abolish death penalty

By Howard Lee The European Union has responded yesterday to the recent executions of two inmates - Tang Hai Liang and

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IPPT to be revised from five stations to three stations

  IPPT to be revised from five stations to three stations

Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen has just announced that the Individual Physical Proficiency Test (IPPT) for National Servicemen will be

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