Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Jan 12
Loh shakes off rust in first match since world championships win while Yeo cruises.Bentley driver arrested after threatening to run down security officer at Red Swastika SchoolThe security officer was trying to stop the driver from entering the school.
READ MORE HERERise in Omicron cases to 438; fall in Covid-19 infection growth rateAll in, there were 846 new Covid-19 cases recorded on Tuesday, up from 750 on Monday, and no deaths. Of these, 400 were imported and 446 were local cases.10m population not really a ridiculous number for S'pore to plan for: Liu Thai Ker
Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Jan 11
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O-level results out on Jan 12: What students and parents need to knowThe 2021 Singapore-Cambridge Ordinary Level (O-level) examination results release date will be on Jan 12 at 2pm. Students are to collect their results in their respective classrooms. In a press release by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) on Wednesday (Jan 5), it is advised that students observe safe management measures. There have been...
Foxconn India iPhone plant to reopen on Jan 12CHENNAI: Apple supplier Foxconn will reopen its shuttered iPhone manufacturing facility in southern India on Jan 12, government officials and a legislator in the region where the plant is located told Reuters. The Foxconn plant, located in the state of Tamil Nadu, was closed on Dec 18 following protests ov
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Stories you might've missed, Jan 11 - The Independent Singapore NewsHere are some stories you might've missed.
Badminton: S'pore's Loh Kean Yew, Yeo Jia Min kick off 2022 with India Open wins Loh shakes off rust in first match since world championships win while Yeo cruises.Covid-19 infection growth rate edges up; 389 new Omicron cases There were 750 new cases recorded, said MOH, down from 845 on Sunday.Abandoned trolley issue costs supermarkets S$150k; netizens suggest to install an alarm or barcode Photo: FB screengrab/Christine Lee-Tan, Darren Ang Singapore – Cases of abandoned or unreturned supermarket trolleys in Singapore continue to be an issue, with reports noting that it is a problem costing supermarkets about S$150,000 a year.Only students collecting their results are allowed into school premises.
Bentley driver arrested after threatening to run down security officer at Red Swastika School The security officer was trying to stop the driver from entering the school. READ MORE HERE Rise in Omicron cases to 438; fall in Covid-19 infection growth rate All in, there were 846 new Covid-19 cases recorded on Tuesday, up from 750 on Monday, and no deaths. READ MORE HERE More healthcare workers in public institutions getting abused or harassed It could be due to the increase in patients coupled with rising expectations for high-quality care and service. Of these, 400 were imported and 446 were local cases. Taking a sip from an ice-cold drink is a guaranteed way to cool down during hot and humid weather. 10m population not really a ridiculous number for S'pore to plan for: Liu Thai Ker The former CEO of HDB reiterated that the figure is a planning parameter and not a target. READ MORE HERE Power play in Kazakhstan Domestic political rivalry and regional contests for influence are part of the interplay of factors determining the country’s future. READ MORE HERE S'porean man pleads not guilty in British court to murder of wife in Newcastle Fong Soong Hert has been remanded since his arrest on Dec 6, after his wife, Madam Pek Ying Ling, was found dead in a luxury apartment that morning. 1.
READ MORE HERE Tennis: Djokovic could face jail as travel declaration under scrutiny in latest twist The world No. Two winners for Toto draw, each gets $5. 1 was seen practising at Melbourne Park as clouds hung over his Australian Open participation. READ MORE HERE Cambodia's landmine-sniffing rat hero dies Magawa, a giant African pouched rat originally from Tanzania, helped clear mines from about 225,000 square metres of land.. .