Morning Digest, Jan 14 - The Independent Singapore News

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Morning Digest, Jan 14 - The Independent Singapore News

Morning Digest, Jan 14 - The Independent Singapore News

Morning Digest, Jan 14 - The Independent Singapore News

Here are some stories you might've missed: A flock of birds that were devastated their nesting tree was being cut down, netizens who call out Edwin Tong, a pedestrian who falls down after getting hit by a car, a woman who claims she was ‘terminated’ abruptly for being pregnant and more.

Photo: Facebook screengrab/ Edwin TongSingapore — Minister for Culture, Community, and Youth Edwin Tong answered questions in Parliament on Wednesday (Jan 12) about how the Government supports high-performing athletes.Last month, after Loh Kean Yew became Singapore’s first world badminton champion, crowdfunding efforts were carried out to support him because he had received no prize money after his historic win.

Pedestrian falls down after getting hit by car making discretionary right turn near Kembangan MRTPhoto: FB screengrab/SG Road VigilanteSingapore — A BMW was spotted failing to give way to a pedestrian while making a discretionary right turn near Kembangan MRT, causing the individual to fall to the ground.

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Morning Digest, Jan 13 - The Independent Singapore NewsHere are some stories you might've missed.

Asian shares mixed as investors digest US inflation surgeSHANGHAI : Asian shares were mixed on Thursday, while the dollar slipped as global investors assessed that strong U.S. inflation data was not worrying enough to change the Federal Reserve's already hawkish rates outlook.While the U.S. consumer price index rose 7per cent in the 12 months through December,

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Stories you might've missed, Jan 13 - The Independent Singapore NewsStories you might've missed: Tray return stations overflowing, a boyfriend earning more than his girlfriend but wants the bill to be S$30, a family that gives Loh Kean Yew S$200,000, and more.

Kaypoh kitty makes purrfect moves to explore claw machine - The Independent Singapore NewsSingapore – Curiosity hasn’t killed this clever cat. It led this feline to explore a claw machine from Clementi, showing mere mortals that it had found a much easier route to the soft toys they craved to claw out of the gaming machine. “Kaypoh fur baby exploring the claw machine…no fur baby is hurt in …

Netizens call out Edwin Tong after he says government’s support to elite athletes ‘holistic’ Photo: Facebook screengrab/ Edwin Tong Singapore — Minister for Culture, Community, and Youth Edwin Tong answered questions in Parliament on Wednesday (Jan 12) about how the Government supports high-performing athletes.Paul Tambyah, Chee Soon Juan re-elected as SDP’s Chairman & Secretary-General Photo: FB screengrab/ sdp The party also announced that it has two new members in its Central Executive Committee: Ms Min Cheong-Subramaniam and Mr Naresh Subramaniam.LinkedIn SHANGHAI : Asian shares were mixed on Thursday, while the dollar slipped as global investors assessed that strong U.Paul Tambyah, Chee Soon Juan re-elected as SDP’s Chairman & Secretary-General Photo: FB screengrab/ sdp The party also announced that it has two new members in its Central Executive Committee: Ms Min Cheong-Subramaniam and Mr Naresh Subramaniam.

Last month, after Loh Kean Yew became Singapore’s first world badminton champion, crowdfunding efforts were carried out to support him because he had received no prize money after his historic win. Pedestrian falls down after getting hit by car making discretionary right turn near Kembangan MRT Photo: FB screengrab/SG Road Vigilante Singapore — A BMW was spotted failing to give way to a pedestrian while making a discretionary right turn near Kembangan MRT, causing the individual to fall to the ground. This was announced on SDP’s Facebook page on Monday (Jan 10), following SDP’s most recent conference over the weekend. - Advertisement 2- . While the U.