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Daily Archives: 2017-03-14

Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Mrs Julie Bishop is in Singapore for a two-day visit

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has announced that Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Mrs Julie Bishop, since the Australia's Minister, Bunda, in Singapore for a two-day visit. It said that Minister Bishop was hosted on Monday (13 February) to have lunch by Minister for Foreign Affairs Dr Vivian Balakrishnan. During the lunch, the Ministers reaffirmed the excellent relations between Singapore …

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LAMC Productions sets up refund portal for RFID wristband refunds

A website which is operated by LAMC Productions is now ‘live’ and will assist concert-goers in the refunding process for unused credits on their RFID wristbands from the sold-out Guns N’Roses concert held on 25 February. After the concert, complaints were filed against LAMC for the RFID credits, where audience members bought credits in advance, which were stored in an RFID …

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LTA and Tower Transit: Three-door buses deployed in Singapore

Two three-door buses will soon be deployed on the roads. The two buses, a double-deck and a single-deck bus, will provide the Land Transport Authority (LTA) an opportunity to study the impact of such designs in improving commuter flow. LTA will work with two public bus operators, Tower Transit Singapore (TTS) and SMRT, to study this over a six-month period, …

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The Leader: Story of coincidental friendship and purposeful mutual respect between people from very different places

‘THE LEADER’, a story of coincidental friendship and purposeful mutual respect between people who have come from very different places. The film is a continuation of the #WhyBeTowkayTan series, the first film ‘Reunion’ was debuted early last year. #WhyBeTowkayTan is an ongoing initiative that hopes to shed light on the many hidden viewpoints that Singaporeans often miss out on when …

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No doctors available at seven of HMC clinics

There are no doctors available in seven clinics of Healthway Medical Corp (HMC) on Monday (13 March) as the Corporation faces disorder. According to The Straits Times, there were no doctors at the clinics because certain anchor doctors fell ill and no locum doctors could be found to take their place. A receptionist at Holland Drive clinic told ST over …

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