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Prolonged Malaysia-Singapore border closure straining family ties, says group

Straits Times 17 Apr 2021
These companies are worried about incurring losses should the Malaysian worker fails to return to Singapore after his break," he added ... Mr Hassan said one of his constituents, who is a cleaner in the medical sector in Singapore, is depressed at not being able to come back to help her husband who became partially paralysed recently.
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Radicalised Malaysian deported from S'pore sentenced to 3 years' jail over terrorist materials

Straits Times 16 Apr 2021
Mohd Firdaus Kamal Intdzam, who worked as a cleaner in Singapore, was charged with six counts of possessing items linked to the terrorist group, including two memory cards, a flag, four books and a mobile phone ... The ISD said there was no indication that Firdaus had made any specific plans to cause violence in Singapore.
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Radicalised Malaysian jailed for possessing items linked to ISIS

Straits Times 16 Apr 2021
Mohd Firdaus Kamal Intdzam, who worked as a cleaner in Singapore, was charged with six counts of possessing items linked to the terrorist group, including two memory cards, a flag, four books and a mobile phone ... Firdaus, who was unrepresented in court, was arrested by the Singapore authorities last July under the Internal Security Act.
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DPS Srinagar barred child from online classes over unfair fee demand; gets legal notice

International Business Times 27 Mar 2021
Ever since the COVID-19 lockdown brought the world to a standstill, businesses were majorly affected. Schools, colleges and other educational institutes were shut down during the lockdown and many shifted to online teaching methods ... Parents in despair over unjust fees ... School cleaner in Singapore jailed for 33 years for raping his 3 daughters ... .
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First ship-to-container ship LNG bunkering operation in Asia marks S'pore's push for greener maritime sector

Straits Times 24 Mar 2021
SINGAPORE - The push to adopt cleaner fuels in the maritime sector in Singapore reached a significant milestone on Wednesday (March 24), as it became the first port in Asia where a container ship powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) was refuelled by another ship ... Besides cleaner ...
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First ship-to-containership LNG bunkering operation in Asia marks S'pore's push for greener maritime sector

Straits Times 24 Mar 2021
SINGAPORE - The push to adopt cleaner fuels in the maritime sector in Singapore reached a significant milestone on Wednesday (March 24), as it became the first port in Asia where a container ship powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) was refuelled by another ship ... Besides cleaner ...
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S'pore conducts Asia's first ship-to-container ship LNG bunkering operation

Straits Times 24 Mar 2021
The push to adopt cleaner fuels in the maritime sector in Singapore reached a major milestone yesterday, as it became the first port in Asia to allow larger ships powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) to be refuelled by another ship ... Singapore is already the world's largest ...
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New battery recycling facility a first in Singapore and South-east Asia

Straits Times 24 Mar 2021
"There really is no other lithium-ion battery recycler in Singapore today ... NEA chief executive Luke Goh said that facilities like TES B support Singapore's move towards phasing out internal combustion engine vehicles in favour of cleaner vehicles, such as EVs, for better public health and to mitigate climate change.
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Downing Street’s £2.6m briefing room screams Worst Marketing Conference Ever

The Observer 21 Mar 2021
Sometimes, obviously, her job requires her to be not quite truthful ... The question is why ... The only good thing about the briefing room is the appearance of a Henry vacuum cleaner in the published shots. Ever since the early Blair years, the preposterous products of Singapore’s James Dyson have been presented as the future of British industry ... .
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Foreign teachers bring diversity, fresh perspectives to Singapore schools

Straits Times 15 Mar 2021
SINGAPORE - There are no cleaners in South Korean schools, and students stay back after lessons to scrub down their classrooms, teachers' staff ...
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Jardine minority shareholders oppose US$1 billion 'discount' in buyout plan

Straits Times 12 Mar 2021
SINGAPORE (BLOOMBERG) - ... The cross-holding structure has long been criticized by investors for being opaque and the restructuring would make Jardine Matheson "much cleaner and much more investable," said Nicolas Van Broekhoven, a Singapore-based analyst at researcher Smartkarma.
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Growing opposition to Jardine Group's restructuring effort

Straits Times 12 Mar 2021
The cross-holding structure has long been criticised by investors for being opaque and the restructuring would make Jardine Matheson "much cleaner and much more investable", said Mr Nicolas Van Broekhoven, a Singapore-based analyst at researcher Smartkarma.
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Hedge funds in Singapore are training 16-year-old interns to manage the wealth of billionaires moving to the city

The Times of India 11 Mar 2021
Google co-founder Sergey Brin, billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio, and Dyson vacuum cleaner inventor James Dyson have all set up offices in Singapore because of low costs and other incentives.
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Hedge funds in Singapore are training 16-year-old interns to manage the wealth of billionaires moving ...

Business Insider 11 Mar 2021
Zakaria Zainal/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images School children in Singapore are ... Google co-founder Sergey Brin, billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio, and Dyson vacuum cleaner inventor James Dyson have all set up offices in Singapore because of low costs and other incentives.

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