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On par with Singapore not easy

The Saigon Times 18 Apr 2021
Since the final years of the 20th century, Malaysia’s largest seaports, the Port Klang and the Tanjung Pelepas, have actively embarked on upgrade and expansion and have called on international shippers to move transshipment there with the handling fee lower than in Singapore ... Meanwhile, the throughput at Singapore increased by 9%.
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Bodies of two men retrieved from Singapore River near Clarke Quay

Straits Times 18 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE - The bodies of two men, aged 26 and 28, were retrieved from the Singapore River early on Sunday (April 18) ... A spokesman for the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it received a call for water rescue at about 2am.
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Myanmar military chief to attend ASEAN summit: Thai govt

The Jakarta Post 18 Apr 2021
Some member countries of ASEAN have proposed holding the special summit to discuss the upheaval in Myanmar, seeking a peaceful resolution to the crisis in the country where the military has intensified its crackdown on protesters calling for democracy and the release of ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
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For the MUSC Open title, it's Ons Jabeur vs. Astra Sharma

The Post and Courier 18 Apr 2021
For the second straight week in Charleston, someone is going to win their first WTA Tour singles title ... Jabeur, ranked a career-best No. 27 in the world, handled Volvo Car Open finalist Danka Kovinic 6-3, 6-0 on Saturday. Sharma, ranked No ... Sharma, a 25-year-old who was born in Singapore but calls Australia home, did not play in the Volvo Car Open ... .
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Football: Community programme HotShotz aims to provide playing opportunities for all

Straits Times 17 Apr 2021
The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) unveiled a new national project called "Unleash the Roar!" to grow local football with the aim of sending the Lions to the 2034 World Cup last month and its general secretary Yazeen Buhari believes programmes like HotShotz play a crucial role in encouraging youths to play the sport.
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HotShotz football for kids aged 5-12

Straits Times 17 Apr 2021
The initiative is the brainchild of OVA member Shahul Hamid Abdul Majeed, who wanted to find a way for children to embrace sport ... Last month, the Football Association of Singapore and Sport Singapore unveiled a new national project called Unleash the Roar! to grow local football with the aim of seeing the Lions qualify for the 2034 World Cup ... ....
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Spending a second Ramadan away from their families

Straits Times 16 Apr 2021
My friends and family convinced me that it is better to wait in Singapore for the pandemic to improve ... He calls them every night from Singapore ... Mr Azrizal Abd Malik, who has been away from his wife and four-year-old son in Malaysia for more than a year, calls them every night from Singapore to make up for not being there to watch his child grow.
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Hong Kong Travel Bubble Launch Eyed For Mid-May

Simple Flying 16 Apr 2021
As COVID-19 case counts stabilize and vaccines are steadily being distributed, there is talk of the Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble being considered once again ... The Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble, previously set to launch on November 22nd, 2020, was suddenly called off the day before ... For Singapore, that number is 28.5 per 100, as of April 6th.
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Malaysian postmen in Singapore spend second Ramadan apart from loved ones

Straits Times 16 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE - When travel restrictions were imposed in March last year, Malaysian postmen working in Singapore faced an agonising dilemma ... Mr Azrizal Abd�Malik, who has been separated from his wife and four-year-old son in Malaysia for more than a year, calls them every night from Singapore to make up for not being there to watch his child grow.
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First Test of Biofuel in Singapore Conducted by BHP and Oldendorff

The Maritime Executive 16 Apr 2021
The first marine trial using biofuel aboard an ocean-going bulk vessel was completed earlier this month in Singapore ... Singapore is the world’s largest bunker market with the MPA reporting sales of more than 4.5 million metric tons per month at the beginning of 2021 used to fuel the more than 3,500 vessels calling in Singapore to bunker.
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Man's death after fall of stretcher trolley during hospital transfer ruled medical misadventure

Straits Times 16 Apr 2021
The team called the National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS) for an extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation (Ecmo) machine - which pumps blood into an artificial lung that removes carbon dioxide and adds oxygen to the blood before returning it to the body ... He called for help and staff from SGH assisted.
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Death of heart patient after battery power issue in ambulance, fall of stretcher trolley, ruled ...

Straits Times 16 Apr 2021
The team called the National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS) for an extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation (Ecmo) machine - which pumps blood into an artificial lung that removes carbon dioxide and adds oxygen to the blood before returning it to the body ... He called for help and staff from SGH assisted.
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Southeast Asian nations weigh aid mission to Myanmar

Yahoo Daily News 16 Apr 2021
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi and Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong leave the opening ceremony of ASEAN Summit in Vientiane ... Four members of ASEAN - Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines - have called for the release of Suu Kyi, who has been in detention since the coup, but the group itself has refrained from that step.
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Mortal Kombat Movie Flirts With Flawless Victory In First Wave Of Reviews

Game Rant 16 Apr 2021
Yahoo! News Singapore’s Bryan Tan called the film a gory masterpiece that definitely caters more to Mortal Kombat fans than those not too familiar with the series, but overall, there’s almost universal acclaim for the film’s action without any major storytelling flaws that hinder its enjoyment.
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Exclusive: Southeast Asian nations weigh aid mission to Myanmar

Metro USA 16 Apr 2021
... called the junta leader a “murderer in chief” ... Four members of ASEANIndonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines – have called for the release of Suu Kyi, who has been in detention since the coup, but the group itself has refrained from that step.

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