Your Say: The authorities should look at ways to dispose of used antigen rapid test kits more safely

21/10/2021 5:45:00 PM

Your Say: The authorities should look at ways to dispose of used antigen rapid test kits more safely

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Goodbye, 5BX: Army’s new strength-training exercises look to halve soldier injuries, improve form

SINGAPORE — A new set of stretching and strengthening exercises aimed at reducing injuries among soldiers will replace the longstanding

Charges ‘unlikely’ for bystanders who failed to report rape say prosecutorsAuthorities are also looking into whether some bystanders filmed the assault as it was taking place.

China’s nuclear threat only keeping up with US advances, Chinese experts sayChina is updating its nuclear weapons stockpile to keep up with the United States and ensure that it can maintain a minimum level of deterrence, Chinese observers said. Responding to comments by US officials that China’s missile development was a serious concern, the analysts said China’s deterrence needs and strategy had evolved and were not the same as they were three decades ago. But an American diplomat said the United States was itself responding to use of hypersonic missiles for military a

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‘This should not be rushed’: expansion of Hong Kong discrimination laws to cover mainland Chinese must be balanced, experts sayA proposed expansion of Hong Kong’s anti-discrimination laws to give mainland Chinese people protected status – recently revived after years of lobbying – must be narrow in scope, legal experts have warned, lest the changes chip away at freedom of expression. The government should also adhere to concrete principles laid down in past court cases in formulating any changes, they added, despite officials insisting such protections are desperately needed and in line with evolving international human

Primary school students must do COVID-19 antigen rapid tests once every 2 weeks until end of termSINGAPORE: Primary school students will be required to take an antigen rapid test (ART) once every two weeks until the end of Term 4, the Ministry of Education (MOE) said. The testing will \u0022inculcate social responsibility\u0022 among students and keep schools safe for learning, the Education Ministry