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    ST report “sensational”: NLB

ST report “sensational”: NLB

The National Library Board (NLB) has withdrawn only three books “as a result of customer feedback”, the library insisted. A Straits Times report which had claimed that the library had

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    ASEAN counter-terrorism workshop on joint incident management held in Singapore

ASEAN counter-terrorism workshop on joint incident management held in Singapore

The ASEAN Counter-Terrorism (CT) Workshop, organised by the Home Team Academy (HTA), will be held in Singapore from Tuesday, 15 July 2014 to Thursday, 17 July 2014. 28 participants from the security

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    Author Jeanie Okimoto responds to NLB removing her book

Author Jeanie Okimoto responds to NLB removing her book

By Gangasudhan In the wake of the National Library Board removing and destroying the children’s book “The White Swan Express” from its shelves, TOC got in touch with one of

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Author Justin Richardson responds to NLB removing his book

  Author Justin Richardson responds to NLB removing his book

By Terry Xu In the wake of the National Library Board removing and destroying the children’s book “And Tango Makes

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Of penguins, swans and families – NLB’s misplaced concerns

  Of penguins, swans and families – NLB’s misplaced concerns

By Howard Lee Jillian, 11, would be the typical girl that the National Library Board thinks – of fears, as

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CPF protest: questions on transparency and Medishield premium excess

  CPF protest: questions on transparency and Medishield premium excess

By Terry Xu More than a thousand individual turned up at Hong Lim Park to attend the second Central Provident

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A*STAR scientists develop technology to monitor how genes in healthy stomach cells are altered when cancerous

  A*STAR scientists develop technology to monitor how genes in healthy stomach cells are altered when cancerous

Scientists at A*STAR’s Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) have developed a technology that shows how genes in healthy stomach cells

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Petition with 3,800 names demands that NLB reinstate books

  Petition with 3,800 names demands that NLB reinstate books

By Howard Lee A group of activists have sent a petition letter, with more than 3,000 signatures, to the National

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Lawrence Lien: How does government assess CPF minimum sum adequacy?

  Lawrence Lien: How does government assess CPF minimum sum adequacy?

By Terry Xu Nominated Member of Parliament Lawrence Lien asked Manpower Minister Tan Chuan Jin in Parliament during the supplementary

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