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The Straits Times, 9 March 1997

Article also available on microfilm reel NL20164 [Lee Kong Chian Reference Library - On shelf]



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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    The Sunday Times No: 3161 65 CENTS MITA(P) 026/1 2/96 dgert (11 words)
  • Beijing bus blast puts police on high alert [Articles]
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    Beijing bus blast puts police on high alert Mary Kwang Bomb believed linked to Xinjiang separatists By China Correspondent BEIJING China's capital city was placed on high alert by its public security forces after a bomb exploded on a rush-hour bus m Beijing's busiest shopping district. The authorities have also (612 words)
  • Cheap $9 hair-dryer too hot to handle [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • DENISE TAN
    Cheap $9 hair-dryer too hot to handle Geraldine Yeo By JUST 40 seconds after being switched on, this hair-dryer burst into flames. Yet, it is a hot seller, because it costs only $9. Bargain-hunters, beware. That $9 hairdryer or $12 steam-iron may prove too hot to handle. Such unbeliev- able (411 words)
  • DNA test traces living relative of 9,000-year-old skeleton [Articles]
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    • REUTER, AFP
    DNA test traces living relative of 9,000-year-old skeleton LONDON British scientists using DNA tests have traced a living relative of a 9,000-year-old skeleton, establishing the oldest known link m the world m a family tree. They took DNA from the tooth cavity of the skeleton, found m a cave m (312 words)
  • Return of the minis [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Return of the minis Leong Chan Teik Small cars back with wider choice By dgfd df SMALL cars are making a comeback here. A much wider choice will be offered soon; prices will start at just over $60,000 with certificates of entitlement, but COE prices look set to climb. In (492 words)
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  • NEWS FOCUS
    • ARF talks end with no consensus on bilateral alliances [Articles]
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      ARF talks end with no consensus on bilateral alliances Mary Kwang By By China Correspondent We are all realistic people. We should proceed gradually on an incremental basis.' Chinese Vice-Foreign Minister Chen Jian. See Page 15 BEIJING The three-day Asean Regional Forum (ARF) meeting m Beying ended yesterday without any (449 words)
    • Teacher-cops will deal with delinquent students [Articles]
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      Teacher-cops will deal with delinquent students BY AUGUST, some teachers will be wearing police uniforms m school and have police powers to deal with delinquent students. Minister of State for Law and Home Affairs Ho Peng Kee said yesterday that the first of these volunteer teacher-cops will be discipline masters. (220 words)
    • What it should have been [Articles]
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      What it should have been IN THE report, Singapore's most wanted, m today's Sunday Review section, which was printed earlier, we inadvertently left out Seasons Park m the survey of the 10 best-selling properties. It should have been ranked third with 322 units sold last year. Due to a computer (83 words)
    • Look, ma! A painless way to open the durian [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • WONG KWAI CHOW
      Look, ma! A painless way to open the durian M. Nirmala hfgutnft By Here's how Bernard Tan's invention works BERNARD Tan invented a durian opener after his mother cut her finger last year while trying to pry one open with a knife. Untilthen, said the 12-year-old, he had actually planned (514 words)
    • Is it my turn to take out the trash yet? [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • TAN SUAN ANN
      Is it my turn to take out the trash yet? THIS monkey at Bukit Timah Hill thought it would have a feast when it snatched a plastic bag from a student's hands yesterday, thinking it contained food. But the joke is on the monkey the bag contained only rubbish, picked (103 words)
    • More exams at NUS to be 'open-book' [Articles]
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      More exams at NUS to be 'open-book' Leong Ching Ching Allowing students to refer to books one of moves aimed at creating ideal grad By I mm NUS' TIES WITH NTU Hi 'When I see my counterpart, regard him as a brother. Yes, we are m competition, but we are (682 words)
    • New Raffles Girls' Primary can double intake [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • TIEN CHUNG PING
      New Raffles Girls' Primary can double intake Braema Mathi By RAFFLES Girls' Primary School will be able to double its enrolment to 3,000 pupils when it moves to a larger site just behind the new National Junior College, m two years' time. The new site m Hillcrest Road, the size (555 words)
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  • WORLD
    • Women still losers in all fields — and it's getting worse [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Women still losers in all fields and it's getting worse International Women's Da Her world on TV TAIPEI A Taiwan television sta- tion announced on International Day yesterday that it r would launch a satellite cable TV channel exclusively for Taiwan women viewers. HER TV will go on the air (490 words)
    • 'Give us one-third of seats in Indian Parliament' [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP, REUTER
      'Give us one-third of seats in Indian Parliament' Parliament should help them achieve it, says Deve Gowda NEW DELHI Prime Minister H. D. Deve Gowda voiced the hope yesterday that the Indian Parliament would enact a law to reserve a third of its seats for women. He said MPs belonging (260 words)
    • Fund-raising: Clinton blames 'out-of-whack' system [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Fund-raising: Clinton blames 'out-of-whack' system WASHINGTON A combative President Bill Clinton has defended controversial campaign hind-raising practices, saying that he and his subordinates broke no laws and that the fault lay m an "out-of-whack" political system. At a news conference on Friday where he was bombarded with questions on the (529 words)
    • 20-kg stomach tumour removed from woman [Articles]
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      • AFP
      20-kg stomach tumour removed from woman KATHMANDU Surgeons extracted a 20-kg tumour from the stomach of a Nepali woman who had been suffering from it for 33 years, the state-run RSS news agency said. Madam Radhika Bote of Ghailaghari village south of here had earlier been unable to seek medical (78 words)
    • Europe looks set to keep minimum-wage levels [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Europe looks set to keep minimum-wage levels PARIS European economies might be crippled by the highest levels of unemployment since World War II and calls for structural reform might persist, but one measure the minimum wage looks set to stay. Even m Britain, where the ruling Conservatives fete a flexible (351 words)
    • Renault workers go on first-ever Euro-strike [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      Renault workers go on first-ever Euro-strike FRANCE: Workers walked off the job on Thursday *55 and the movement continued on Friday at many plants. The strikes lasted for an hour on each of the three shifts. BELGIUM: Workers at the Vilvorde factory, which is to be closed m July with (689 words)
    • Just when they thought they found the dream wedding venue ... [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Just when they thought they found the dream wedding venue DENVER Mr Brad Irwin and Ms Suzanne Terry thought they had found the perfect site for their dream wedding reception a museum with a panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains. But their dream turned to tears when they discovered they (183 words)
    • US kills UN's Israel resolution with veto [Articles]
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      • AFP, REUTER
      US kills UN's Israel resolution with veto Text calling Jewish home plan illegal will not be adopted UNITED NATIONS Washington has defied the international community, casting a lone veto to block a UN resolution criticising Israel over Klans for a new Jewish neighbourood m disputed east Jerusalem. US Ambassador to (553 words)
    • 'Spread them' [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      'Spread them' Picture. A MEMBER of Russia's special police force holding his gun to the back of a hostage-taker after the unit freed a family which was held by a gang m Moscow for several hours on Friday. The criminals were arrested and none of the family members were injured. (51 words)
    • Back in power but can he do it? [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Back in power but can he do it? First DPM Chubais likely to get job of rescuing economy MOSCOW Russian President Boris Yeltsin, anxious to end the economic depression plaguing his country since the fall of communism m 1991. appointed Mr Anatoly Chubais as First Deputy Prime Minister. The main (300 words)
    • Positive job data push Dow up 56 pts [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Positive job data push Dow up 56 pts NEW YORK Blue-chip stocks and bonds rose sharply on Friday after last month's jobs data showed little upward pressure on wages, easing worries that the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates soon. The dollar was mixed. The Dow Jones industrial average closed (88 words)
    • WORLDFILE
      • REBELS SLAIN [Articles]
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        • AFP
        REBELS SLAIN Indian troops shot dead three top militants m a gunbattte m the troubled state of Kashmir overnight, the police said yesterday. The three were among the most wanted militants, a police spokesman said. AFP (36 words)
      • GINGRICH TRIP [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        GINGRICH TRIP US House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingirch is planning a trip to Asia during the congressional Easter recess at the end of March, according to his office on Friday. Details would be announced next week, a spokesman said The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that China would (56 words)
      • MOWER KILLER [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        MOWER KILLER A woman council worker, 26, was impaled on the handlebars of a motorised lawnmower when a 2-m bank m a cemetery collapsed as she was cutting grass, the New Zealand Press Association said yesterday. The fire department from the North Island town of New Plymouth was called on (70 words)
      • GRAFT FIGHT [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        GRAFT FIGHT Ecuador's Supreme Court on Friday initiated criminal proceedings President Abdala Bucaram on graft charges. A report signed by Mr Carlos Sororzano, the president of the Supreme Court, included arrest orders for Oscar Celleri, Bucaram's formerprivate secretary, Miguel Salem, the former administration general secretary, and Enrique Villon, the presidential (54 words)
      • TOUGH RULES [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        TOUGH RULES Mexico was imposing tough new rules to prevent drug traffickers and other criminals from laundering money m the country's financial institutions, a top official said on Friday. Federal Fiscal Prosecutor Ismael Gomez Gordillo said that banks would have to report suspicious transactions for investigation.— Reuter (47 words)
      • HIRED'ANGELS' [Articles]
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        • AFP
        HIRED 'ANGELS' The South African black township of Nyanga near Cape Town has hired 102 "guardian angels" to help it fight an escalating crime wave. Police said that 60 per cent of the 700,000 people m the area were jobless. AFP (41 words)
    • Unhatcheable masterpieces [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      Unhatcheable masterpieces picture. WOODEN eggs showing unidentified portraits by Russian painter Wassa Rosina (m the background) being shown as part of an Easter Egg art collection at the Dresdner Culture Palace, Germany, on Friday. According to the artist, copying a historic masterpiece onto one of the eggs m general takes (72 words)
    • Tremble-free surgery with joysticks and a screen [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER, NOEL ROSALES
      Tremble-free surgery with joysticks and a screen BRUSSELS If it were not for the green surgical hats, aprons, gloves and masks, you might be tempted to think this was a video game m an amusement arcade rather than the operating theatre m a Belgian hospital. At the Blasius Hospital m (366 words)
    • Scientists find new species of dinosaur [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Scientists find new species of dinosaur In Argentina BUENOS AIRES Argentine scientists have discovered two giant dinosaur skeletons of a species never seen before and thought to have lived 115 million years ago, local media reported. "They are two skeletons of carnivorous dinosaurs from the late cretaceous period of the (166 words)
    • Belgian police on riot alert at funeral of paedophile victim [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Belgian police on riot alert at funeral of paedophile victim 1- BRUSSELS Belgian police went on riot alert here yesteri day as about 16,000 people turned out for the funeral of a nine-year-old paedophile victim, which took place m an atia, mosphere of public mourning ••and revulsion. :^gf. The stepped-up (276 words)
    • Unearthed: Hollywood's deepest and oldest secret [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Unearthed: Hollywood's deepest and oldest secret LOS ANGELES Below a "Jurassic Park" billboard featuring a dinosaur, scientists are sifting through subway construction debris for tusked mastodons, horses, camels and bisons. These ancient creatures, which survived until 10,000 years ago, once roamed the area of Hollywood Boulevard. Their remains are now (294 words)
    • Look, I'm fine, says Saddam's son [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER, AFP
      Look, I'm fine, says Saddam's son 'Bullets can tear flesh, but flesh can be stitched. A bone is broken, but it can be mended. The most important thing is the spirit. The more trouble the spirit is exposed to, the stronger its principles become.' MrUday. LONDON The eldest son of (425 words)
    • Tales of the macabre
      • Corpse thieves raid Egyptian tombs to feed thriving trade [Articles]
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        • AFP
        Corpse thieves raid Egyptian tombs to feed thriving trade IHi ii'KimiwiNitw CAIRO Illegal trafficking m human bodies is thriving m Egypt on the back of booming demand for corpses fuelled by growing numbers of medical students and the drug trade's latest fad. Dozens of corpses and hundreds of limbs disappear (554 words)
      • Mobs attack 'men with African magic powers' [Articles]
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        • AFP
        Mobs attack 'men with African magic powers' khj j ABIDJAN The Ivory Coast government has pleaded for calm after police fired tear gas to stop mobs attacking men of the Hausa ethnic community who they believed had the power of making penises shrink. Said Interior Minister Emile Constant Bombet on (409 words)
    • Jewish congress targets more states with Nazi war ties [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Jewish congress targets more states with Nazi war ties NEW YORK The World Jewish Congress (WJC), which is researching Switzerland's controversial relations with the Nazis, is gunning Europe's other neutral countries for irregularities during World War 11. A WJC spokesman said on Friday that the group's European chapters would meet (300 words)
    • Free parking is our right, argue New Zealand's Maori [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Free parking is our right, argue New Zealand's Maori WELLINGTON After winning the right to fish for trout without a licence, New Zealand's indigenous Maori are arguing that a 157-year- old treaty exempts them from paying dog registration fees and car parking charges. i One tribal group claims dogs are (289 words)
    • Lay down arms? Make us, Albanian protesters dare govt [Articles]
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      • AFP, REUTER
      Lay down arms? Make us, Albanian protesters dare govt VLORE (Albania) Armed Albanian protesters have refused to lay down their weapons and compromise with President Sali Bensha as Europe urged him not to use force to crush the insurgents. In the southern town of Vlore, at the centre of a (447 words)
    • 5 killed and 13 missing as Cyclone Gavin lashes Fiji [Articles]
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      • AFP
      5 killed and 13 missing as Cyclone Gavin lashes Fiji SUVA Five people died and 13 men were missing at sea after Tropical Cyclone Gavin hammered northwest Fgi on Friday leaving a trail of destruction m its wake, emergency authorities said yesterday. About 1,300 people fled to 30 evacuation points (222 words)
    • DATELINE: ASIA
      • 'Superspy' keeps them guessing [Articles + Illustrations]
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        'Superspy' keeps them guessing (4 words)
      • Close Ramos aide enjoys impact he makes after months of silence [Articles]
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        Close Ramos aide enjoys impact he makes after months of silence NIRMAL GHOSH PHILIPPINES: Speculating on what National Security Adviser Jose Almonte (above) is up to is a full-time job for most Filipino politicians, who watch his every move and are given to calling him a "superspy" because of his (176 words)
      • Mayor's heavy problem [Articles]
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        Mayor's heavy problem KWAN WENG KIN JAPAN: Mr Kazuharu Kawase, 45, mayor of Tsuruga City m Fukui Prefecture, is the "largest" mayor m Japan. But the 120 kg mayor is trying to climb down from the top spot. "I have learnt not to eat anything before bed and I lost (74 words)
      • No flowers for legislator [Articles + Illustrations]
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        No flowers for legislator LEE SAN CHOUY. TAIWAN: Controversial independent legislator Lo Fu-chu (above), it appears, is not about to get any flowers from Justice Minister Liao Cheng-hao. The Independence livening Post noted that a congratulatory bouquet from Mr Liao to Mr Lo had been conspicuously missing since the latter (101 words)
      • Chinese deputy takes It easy [Articles]
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        Chinese deputy takes It easy MARY KWANG CHINA: Former Guangzhou mayor Li Ziliu said last week that this year's sitting of the Chinese parliament, the National People's Congress, was his most relaxed. He said that he was attending the session as an ordinary citizen for the first time since he (108 words)
      • Good omens for Chavalit [Articles]
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        Good omens for Chavalit SINFAH TUNSARAWUTH THAILAND: Mrs Pankrua Yongchaiyudh, as the wife of Thai Prime Minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh, often acts as a key organiser of major charity fairs, including the Thai Red Cross Society's annual event At a preparation meeting, Mrs Pankrua said that she would donate a plot (102 words)
      • Spot the Olympians [Articles]
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        Spot the Olympians SUSAN SIM INDONESIA: When Barcelona Games gold-medal winners Susi Susanti and Alan Budikusuma married recently, guests at the lavish reception could not have failed to notice the Olympic theme: The green, rose and rhinestone crystals on the bodice of Susi's wedding gown formed six linked rings the (94 words)
    • Water, water, everywhere, but so little we can use [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Water, water, everywhere, but so little we can use UNITED NATIONS The world may be covered with water but only a mere 0.007 per cent of it is available for human use, according to a warning from a new UN report on that vital but fast depleting resource. "Many people (508 words)
    • She befriends and poisons rich old men for their money [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      She befriends and poisons rich old men for their money picture. Blauensteiner smiling while being escorted from the courtroom on Friday after she was sentenced for murder.— AFP (28 words)
    • 'Black Widow' suspected of 5 murders gets life term [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      'Black Widow' suspected of 5 murders gets life term VIENNA An Austrian court has sentenced "Black Widow" Elfriede Blauensteiner to life imprisonment for the murder of a pensioner m one of the most notorious trials m the country's history. The court m Krems, 50 km west of Vienna, found Blauensteiner, (290 words)
    • UN found to have paid out extra $8.5m in building scandal [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      UN found to have paid out extra $8.5 m in building scandal UNITED NATIONS Sixteen current and former UN staff members are under investigation as a result of an audit which revealed US$6 million (SsB.s million) m overpayments for construction costs m nine countries, a UN official revealed. Mr James (242 words)
    • US lawmaker pushes Bill to outlaw human cloning [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      US lawmaker pushes Bill to outlaw human cloning TALLAHASSEE (Florida) A Florida lawmaker has filed a Bill to make human cloning illegal, saying the practice could create a Frankenstein-type monster. Representative J. Alex Villalobos, a Miami Republican, filed a Bill on Friday to make it a first-degree felony punishable by (230 words)
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  • EAST ASIA
    • Defector to go to Seoul via third country [Articles]
      • Page 15
      • AFP
      Defector to go to Seoul via third country SEOUL A South Korean official yesterday hinted that Beijing and Seoul had agreed that a high-ranking North Korean defector should be Sent to -i an unidentified third country before going to the South. Mr Hwang Jang Yop, an architect of the North's (315 words)
    • THAT'S WHY YOU'RE SAFE WITH US [Articles + Illustrations]
      • Page 15
      • AFP
      THAT'S WHY YOU'RE SAFE WITH US Soldiers from the People's Liberation Army Unit 196 displaying their hand-to-hand combat skills for delegates of the Asean Regional Forum visiting the base near Tianjin on Friday. Delegates from 2 1 countries watched military exercises and toured the installation as part of the three-day (72 words)
    • Japanese press slams Nomura Securities [Articles]
      • Page 15
      • AFP
      Japanese press slams Nomura Securities Broking house accused of damaging credibility of markets TOKYO The Japanese media yesterday attacked Nomura Securities Co Ltd for damaging the credibility of the country's markets with a new scandal just as Tokyo was to launch financial reforms. "We cannot help but say that Nomura (336 words)
    • South Korean parties agree on new labour law [Articles]
      • Page 15
      • REUTER
      South Korean parties agree on new labour law The new law delays for two years the implementation of a clause m the original Bill making it easier for companies to lay off workers. But it upholds the principle of "no work no pay" for striking workers. It allows multiple trade (504 words)
    • Washington, Pyongyang to forge ahead on sticky issues [Articles]
      • Page 15
      • AFP, REUTER
      Washington, Pyongyang to forge ahead on sticky issues I^EW YORK The United States and North Korea would seek immediate progress on non-proliferation, accounting for Americans missing m the Korean War, aad exchanging liaisori"' traces; Estate Depart- IjQf1 jQf ™X '■J*mP^**"^***^** North Korean bilateral meeting here, "both sides m the discussions (189 words)
    • HK co-operation with neighbours is vital: Tung [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP, XINHUA
      HK co-operation with neighbours is vital: Tung HONGKONG Hongkong's Chief Executive-designate Tung Chee Hwa said he hoped to visit the territory's Asian neighbours to extend them his hand m friendship and co-oper-ation. Speaking at the end ceremony of a conference on financial integration m Asia and the role of Hongkonjgj— (329 words)
    • Man detained as China spy by Taipei was framed: Wife [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP
      Man detained as China spy by Taipei was framed: Wife gf jg ty HONGKONG and Macau are hotbeds of intelligence activities, according to a report m Taiwan's China Times yesterday. It said that while Macau was a small place, its location at the southern tip of China's Pearl River mouth (581 words)
    • EAST ASIAFILE
      • HASHIMOTO'S VISIT [Articles]
        • Page 17
        • AFP
        HASHIMOTO'S VISIT Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto will leave Tokyo on April 24 for Washington. Kyodo News said yesterday, quoting government sources, that Mr Hashimoto and Mr Clinton were expected to discuss the planned relocation of a US Marines heliport m Okinawa Prefecture m south-western Japan. AFP (47 words)
      • GRASSLAND DESTROYED [Articles]
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        • AFP
        GRASSLAND DESTROYED More than 14.67 million ha of Inner Mongolia's grassland are being destroyed. About 1.9 million gatherers of an edible moss called/a cai, which Chinese consider a delicacy, have descended there to harvest the wild moss m recent years, the provincial Xinmin Evening News said. AFP (47 words)
      • PROTEST IN GRAFFITI [Articles]
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        • KYODO
        PROTEST IN GRAFFITI Walls of the South Korean Consulate General m Nagoya, central Japan, have been sprayed with graffiti saying that a pair of small, disputed islands m the Sea of Japan belong to Japan, police said yesterday. The words "Takeshima, Japan" had been written m Chinese characters l m (73 words)
      • JAPANESE ARTIST DIES [Articles]
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        • AFP
        JAPANESE ARTIST DIES Japanese writer, woodblock printer and movie director Masuo Ikeda, 63, died of a heart attack at a hospital m Shizuoka Prefecture m central Japan early yesterday, his family said. Mr Ikeda was a winner for printmaking at the Tokyo and Venice Biennale m 1960 and 1966. AFP (50 words)
      • PLIGHT OF VIETS IN HK [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        PLIGHT OF VIETS IN HK Hongkong admitted yesterday it was unlikely to be able to clear its detention centres of Vietnamese boat people before the handover to China on July 1. About 5,500 Vietnamese boat people are m Hongkong now.— Reuter (41 words)
    • Taiwan wants election-spending rule to 'kill three birds with one stone' [Articles]
      • Page 17
      Taiwan wants election-spending rule to 'kill three birds with one stone' Three-in-one' concept According to Taiwan's Justice Minister Liao Cheng-hao, the "three-in-one" idea was mooted to punish election bribery, eradicate gangsterism, and act against corruption as candidates who incurred the highest election expenses are probed. IN A bid to check (328 words)
    • Polish court to hand over wanted couple to China [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Polish court to hand over wanted couple to China WARSAW The Warsfc* court of appeals has allowed the extradition of a ChinAi couple wanted by Beijing 4!jor embezzlement, even thoagfr Poland and China do not hoy an extradition agreement. %X The city's provincial cojhE said last month the couple*; Mandugeqi, (322 words)
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  • SOUTH-EAST ASIA
    • REGIONAL FILE
      • 'CLOSE GAP' [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        'CLOSE GAP' Indonesian Suharto yesterday urged local corporate leaders to bridge the growing gap between large, medium and small businesses and said that they could be helped by using venture capital. "We can all witness the growth, but the problem now is that our economy's growth is dominated by a (66 words)
      • RAT HUNT [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        RAT HUNT A provincial official m northern Vietnam said yesterday that local villagers near Hanoi had handed m 62,629 rat tails following a cash-for-rodents campaign. He said that 100 dong (1.4 Singapore cents) was paid for each rat or mouse tail produced. Communal purges of rats and mice, which eat (63 words)
      • WORK RESUMES [Articles]
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        • KYODO
        WORK RESUMES TheMyanmar government has resumed work to extend the runway at Yangon international airport, which had been aborted with the withdrawal of Japanese assistance. The project would cost 200 million "kyats (Ss46 million) and was scheduled to be completed m 18 months. Kyodo (44 words)
      • MILITARY MEET [Articles]
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        • AFP
        MILITARY MEET Indian army chief General Shankar Roychowdhury met Myanmar Prime Minister and Defence Minister Than Shwe m Yangon on Friday. Other leading Myanmar military officials including powerful national intelligence chief lieutenant-General Khin Nyunt, the junta's second secretary-general lieutenant-General Tin Oo and the heads of the army, navy and air (59 words)
      • STUDENTS'SUIT [Articles]
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        • AFP
        STUDENTS' SUIT Students at the Catholic-run University of Santo Tomas m the Philippines said that they would file charges against school officials for negligence, following a hepatitis outbreak which afflicted hundreds of students. The students said on Friday that they would demand "free hepatitis tests" and compensation for some 550 (65 words)
      • QUIT POST [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        QUIT POST Philippine Stock Exchange president Vitaliano Nanagas has resigned after slightly more than five months m the job. The resignation comes m the wake of market talk of intense rivalry within the bourse over tough reform measures to be implemented. Some other key bourse officials resigned last week for (57 words)
    • US business group on Asean swing [Articles]
      • Page 18
      US business group on Asean swing Lee Siew Hua 100-member team visits capitals to step up interest m region By US Correspondent 'You are going to the right place at the right time to see the right people.' Senator Charles Robb on the significance of the trip. WASHINGTON A high-powered (492 words)
    • Merge to survive, Amnuay tells cash-strapped financial institutions [Articles]
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      Merge to survive, Amnuay tells cash-strapped financial institutions Sinfah Tunsarawuth By m Pattava THAI Deputy Prime Minister Amnuay Viravan said yesterday that boom times were over and cash-strapped Thai financial institutions needed to merge to prepare for tougher competition. Dr Amnuay, who holds the Finance portfolio, said the country no (423 words)
    • TIGHT SQUEEZE [Articles + Illustrations]
      • Page 18
      TIGHT SQUEEZE These illegal Bangladeshi immigrants were among 200 crammed Ra prison cell at the Sungai Kolok station m Narathiwat, Thailand. Malaysia's crackdown legals has forced a mass exodus back across the border, causing a major headache for minorities m the southern province. The Nation picture. (46 words)
    • Jakarta to allow foreigners to monitor general election for the first time [Articles]
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      Jakarta to allow foreigners to monitor general election for the first time JAKARTA The Indonesian government will break new ground m the May general election by allowing foreign observers free access to the polls. "We will invite neighbouring and foreign countries to monitor the election," Home Affairs Minister Yogie Memet, (444 words)
    • GOING NOWHERE? [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      GOING NOWHERE? A billboard at a Manila intersection on Friday advertising the film based on the life of Miss Sarah Balabagan, the Filipino housemaid who escaped execution m the United Arab Emirates after murdering her employer. The censors board refused to release the permit for its screening after the Foreign (64 words)
    • Killer has 3 months to save his own life 'Blood money' [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Killer has 3 months to save his own life 'Blood money' Under Islamic law, the victim can accept blood money of 150,000 dirhams (Sss7,9oo) —after which the murderer would be saved from execution. ABU DHABI Whether Filipino worker John Acquino lives or dies now depends on whether relatives of the (465 words)
    • S'poreans signal keenness to invest in Philippines [Articles]
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      S'poreans signal keenness to invest in Philippines Nirmal Ghosh By Philippines Correspondent Cebu meeting helps to allay their concerns CEBU As many as 48 Singapore investors took part m the third meeting of the Philip-pines-Singapore Business Council (PSBC) here yesterday m a signal that they are set to overcome credibility (604 words)
    • Six killed as tribal clashes worsen in Irian Jaya [Articles]
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      • AFP
      Six killed as tribal clashes worsen in Irian Jaya JAKARTA Clashes m Indonesia's easternmost province of Irian Jaya between tribes brandishing spears, bows and arrows entered a third day unabated with up to six people said to have been killed, sources said. "It has gotten even worse," church sources yesterday (312 words)
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  • MALAYSIA
    • Top police team takes over copter investigation [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Top police team takes over copter investigation Brendan Pereira Move follows "puzzling' finds at Pahang crash site by aircraft's manufacturer By m Kuala Lumpur TOP investigators from the police headquarters m Kuala Lumpur have moved m to take over the probe into the helicopter crash m which corporate figure Tan (461 words)
    • Guard fires gun in bank latter quarrel [Articles]
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      Guard fires gun in bank latter quarrel &KUALA LUMPUR Customers at a bank m the city ran for their lives when a security guard fired his gun during lunch hour after an argument with a bank officer on Friday. The Sun reported that the bullet hit the ceiling and falling (129 words)
    • South Africa will continue to grow even after I retire, says Mandela [Articles]
      • Page 20
      South Africa will continue to grow even after I retire, says Mandela Brendan Pereira By m Kuala Lumpur SOUTH Africa's political and economic progress is not due solely to President Nelson Mandela, he himself says. So, even if he retires from politics soon, there will be no change to the (391 words)
    • Proton chief's successor gets Anwar's vote of confidence [Articles]
      • Page 20
      • BERNAMA
      Proton chief's successor gets Anwar's vote of confidence KUALA LUMPUR Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim yesterday expressed confidence m the new chairman of DRB-Hicom group, saying that Datuk Saleh Sulong is capable of satisfactorily managing the companies under his charge. He said that there would be no change (223 words)
    • MALAYSIA FILE
      • TOLL MAY GO UP [Articles]
        • Page 20
        TOLL MAY GO UP The government will allow the company which built and manages the North-South Highway, Plus, to increase the tollrate if it installs lights along the 923-km road, according to Works Minister Datuk Sen S. Samy Veilu. The Sun yesterday quoted him as saying that the company estimated (66 words)
      • BANKER FINED [Articles]
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        • BERNAMA
        BANKER FINED A former managing director of Rakyat Merchant Bankers Berhad was fined M 5300,000 (XXXXX,000), m default six months' jail, by the Sessions Court m Kuala Lumpur yesterday for his abetment m granting credit facilities amounting to M 52.2 million, exceeding the limit authorised by the bank. Norasidi Salim, (66 words)
      • LABOUR TALKS [Articles]
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        LABOUR TALKS The Human Resources Ministry is proposing to call informal tripartite gatherings between the ministry, union leaders and employers to discuss labour issues. The Sun newspaper yesterday quoted the minister, Datuk Lim Ah Lek, as saying m Kajang on Friday that the gatherings would help m the gathering of (54 words)
      • LORRY KILLS WOMAN [Articles]
        • Page 20
        LORRY KILLS WOMAN A woman who was walking her daughter and niece to a bus stop died after she was knocked down by a lorry near the Sungai Besi toll plaza m Kuala Lumpur on Friday. The Sun yesterday reported that the woman, 35, died on the spot while the (54 words)
      • HOSPITAL CRUNCH [Articles]
        • Page 20
        HOSPITAL CRUNCH Sabah is experiencing a serious shortage of medical staff with some 70 per cent of pharmaceutical posts m 19 hospitals still unfilled, according to the state Local Government and Housing Minister, Datuk LajimUkin. The Sun yesterday quoted him as saying that other unfilled posts included medical officers (40 (67 words)
    • Police gun down two wanted men in Johor Baru Shootout [Articles + Illustrations]
      • Page 21
      • THE SUN
      Police gun down two wanted men in Johor Baru Shootout One that didn't get away POLICE checking the body of one of two wanted men who were shot dead by police as they tried to escape after robbing a businessman and his wife m Johor Bahru on Friday night. Police (330 words)
    • 16 cops and former detective held in anti-crime swoops [Articles]
      • Page 21
      16 cops and former detective held in anti-crime swoops PENANG Sixteen policemen and a former detective have been detained m Johor Baru and Seremban m a series of swoops against officers allegedly involved m armed robberies, secret-society activities and harbouring illegal immigrants. Berita Harian Malaysia reported yesterday that 13 of (278 words)
    • Speedy rail and cable-car link from new KL airport to Genting [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • BERNAMA, TIEN CHUNG PING
      Speedy rail and cable-car link from new KL airport to Genting KUALA LUMPUR Travellers arriving at the new Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) m Sepang can travel to Genting Highlands all the way by rail ana cable-car systems m time to come. Resorts World officials said the company was working (466 words)
    • KL may impose stricter laws to fight CD piracy [Articles]
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      • NST
      KL may impose stricter laws to fight CD piracy KUALA LUMPUR The government is considering stricter laws on the import of machinery and materials to manufacture compact discs and video compact discs to combat intellectual property piracy. Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Abu Hassan Omar said on Friday (196 words)
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  • HOME
    • From A to D, only five made the grade [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • LAU FOOK KONG
      From A to D, only five made the grade A waitress serving a customer a glass of Coke had a cigarette m her mouth, while m the kitchen, a woman used her bare hands to toss fried beehoon onto a plate. All food outlets will be graded for cleanliness soon, (726 words)
    • Cleanliness test: What food outlets must do [Articles]
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      Cleanliness test: What food outlets must do TO CHECK just how spick and span a food outlet is, public health inspectors will look at: EATING areas: The walls and floor are checked for grease and dirt. The fans must not be clogged with dust, which may fly onto food. Window (227 words)
    • Machines reduce food handling in curry restaurant [Articles]
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      Machines reduce food handling in curry restaurant gg jhf ty IT IS an A grade for The Banana. Leaf Apolo restaurant, which prides itself on its finger-licking good cur-_ ries but frowns on having too many cooks handling the food. This and other clean-kitchen habits won the outlet praise from (316 words)
    • Co-op property buyers must pay stamp duty [Articles]
      • Page 24
      Co-op property buyers must pay stamp duty BUYERS of properties sold by co-operatives such as NTUC Choice Homes (Choice Homes), will have to pay stamp duty with effect from tomorrow, the Ministry of Finance said yesterday. This means that future executive condominiums developed by Choice Homes are no longer exempt (285 words)
    • More men with sex abuse past seek help [Articles]
      • Page 24
      More men with sex abuse past seek help Sharon Vasoo Counselling centre also seeing more teenagers and adults, says Its acting director By A child could have been sexually abused if he: Becomes depressed suddenly. Has nightmares and cries frequently. Washes his body obsessively. Masturbates. Is afraid of being alone (645 words)
    • Mother is honest and open with her two children [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • DENISE TAN
      Mother is honest and open with her two children 'I want my children to find out all these things from me, and not from some strangers or through the Internet. —Mrs Sandra Chin. MRS Sandra Chin, 41, who was at the talk, said that she believed m being honest and (163 words)
    • Courts begin paperless move with writs [Articles]
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      Courts begin paperless move with writs Lim Li Hsien Launch of Electronic Filing System By THE baskets full of court papers that trial lawyers lug into the courts could soon become as obsolete as their wigs. The change will start with a paperless system through which lawyers can file documents (473 words)
    • Eh, got discount? [Articles]
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      Eh, got discount? JASBIR SINGH A penniless Indian immigrant who found a pert of gold m Singapore, Mr Krishnan Chidambarapadayachi, made his millions through hard work, foresight and thrift. Reputed to be shrewd and tight-fisted, he also had a soft spot for those m need. On Feb 26, he was (1039 words)
    • Killers still on the loose [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Killers still on the loose hgfj kjghfu A decent man 'Why did they have to murder him He was a very kind and decent man. I have not been able to sleep well since he died. I feel as if I have lost a member of my family.' Madam K. (322 words)
    • Welfare body wants more old folk to get free lunches [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • CHEW SENG KIM
      Welfare body wants more old folk to get free lunches It's like my home.' Madam Lee Ah Hiang, 74, who is partially sighted and lives m a one-room rental flat m Mattar Road. She goes to the MacPherson Moral Meal Centre every day for food and and also enjoys the (379 words)
    • NTU advertises in British newspaper [Articles + Illustrations]
      • Page 27
      NTU advertises in British newspaper Leong Ching Ching University offers research scholarships for post-graduate students By IN A bid to attract the best and brightest from around the world, the Nanyang Technological University has placed a full-page advertisement m The Times, a British national newspaper. The advertisement, which ran on (460 words)
    • Young minds solve everyday problems
    • Leadership conference shows girls the way forward [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Leadership conference shows girls the way forward SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD stu- dent Chay Wen Yee learnt an important lesson m leadership yesterday: If she is passive, other people, probably the boys m tier school, will run the show for her. The Raffles Junior College student was among 100 schoolgirls who attended a (388 words)
    • Ace students
      • Angus Ross literature prize: Shulian makes it 10 [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • SIM CHI YIN
        Angus Ross literature prize: Shulian makes it 10 'I don't just have a passion for literature. For me, it is something necessary for living.' Miss Guo Shulian. CATHOLIC Junior College student Guo Shulian took up literature only m pre-universi-ty, yet she beat 5,000 students from all over the world to (352 words)
      • Being blind was no handicap for her [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • GEORGE GASCON
        Being blind was no handicap for her 1 enjoy solving mathematical problems. I just* imagine them m my head like everybody else. 1 Miss Yeo Sze Ling. THE top A-level student from Serangoon Junior College deserves every accolade m the book. She has straight As although she cannot even see (384 words)
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  • New KK clinic handles first emergency case [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • STEPHANIE YEOW
    New KK clinic handles first emergency case More like a hotel 'The facilities m the new hospital are definitely better, the whole place is tidier, and more spacious. 'In fact, the building looks more like a hotel than a hospital from the outside.' —Technician Lee Seong Hua, who accompanied his (555 words)
  • Hospital moves have not affected patient care, says Cheow Tong [Articles]
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    Hospital moves have not affected patient care, says Cheow Tong THE recent moves by Toa Payoh, Changi and Kandang Kerbau hospitals to new premises have not affected the health care provided to patients here, Health Minister Yeo Cheow Tong said yesterday. The moves are a "positive experience" and have been (357 words)
  • IN SHORT [Articles]
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    IN SHORT TRANSIT STOP: China's General Wang. Ke, who is a member of the country's Central Military Commission, is m Singapore on a transit visit. The director of the People's Liberation Army General Logistics Department^ called on the Deputy Prime Minister ana Defence Minister, Dr Tony Tan, while here. T. (186 words)
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      January-March '97 youngparents get it now! Is playschool only for kiasu parents? Why parents are paying to let their child play (21 words)
  • RACING
    • Trainer Bernard Ang shows the way with solid treble [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • TAN SUAN ANN
      Trainer Bernard Ang shows the way with solid treble Malcolm Bastians SINGAPORE ROUND-UP i By FOUR-DIGIT DRAW March 8 1997 FIRST 8654 SECOND 6986 THIRD #5716 STARTERS 9818 2979 0761 9843 5849 3269 8977 4016 8445 2154 CONSOLATIONS 0665 4844 4894 9077 4547 9018 0345 4636 7320 2697 A TREBLE (398 words)
    • I YESTERDAYS BUKITT1MAH RACE RESULTS [Articles]
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      I YESTERDAYS BUKIT T1MAH RACE RESULTS RACE 1 RES TERMS DIV 2 1 ,200 m 9 MATHIEUS 48 (74-14) lAzhar (3) 1 1 1 6 KIM GOVERNOR 48 c 49 (56-12) Loh (4) 3 3 2 2 RIVER BERN 55.5 (7-5) Eddery (9) 7 6 3 Others In finishing order: (1065 words)
    • TODAY'S BUKIT TIMAH RACE GUIDE [Articles]
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  • OBITUARIES
    • 850 Deaths 850 Deaths [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      850 Deaths 850 Deaths aT"^^™Z s!^^^i LEE SHIUK FEE SIMON AGE: 94 YEARS piaaid away peacefully on 8 March 1997. Sadly missed by all loved ones. Wives: (Yong Hiang Moi. deceased) (Ho Choong Hiong, deceased) Son*: Daughters-in-law: (Lee Chye Chong, deceased) Lee Kee Chong Lum Cheng Leong (Lee Kun Chong, (215 words)
    • 850 Deaths 850 Deaths [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      850 Deaths 850 Deaths I "Surely goodness and mercy stoirfoliowmeallthel days of my life. And I will dwell m the house of the I Lord forever." p sa m 23.6 I SIMMON GAN BENG HUAT AGE: 43 was called home to the Lord on 7th March 1997 leaving behind Beloved (186 words)
    • 850 Deaths 880 Deaths [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      850 Deaths 880 Deaths S. MARIMAL Age 77 passed away peacefully on 8-3-97 leaving behind beloved sons, daughters, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren, relatives and friends to mourn for her. Cortege leavee Blk 461 Ang Mo Kio Aye 10 #03-1168 on 9/3/97 to Mt. Vernon at 3.00pm. Tel: XXXXX89 KANG (147 words)
    • 854 Condolence [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      854 Condolence mtn cnopett sympatny a heartfelt condolences to the family of the late EDDIE FADZLI BIN JUHAftI Always remembered by officers and Man of Ist Battalion Singapore Guards, Singapore Armed Fore—. (32 words)
    • 856 In Memoriam 856 In Memoriam [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      856 In Memoriam 856 In Memoriam In Loving Memory 9 Of Our Parents t* 2 GAN KEE TIAN CHEW KOH NEO I Dtportwlt 9.3.90 DtparM 11.4.91 V Always remembered and cherished by children and C Qf grandchildren g) 2ND ANNIVERSARY IN LOVING MEMORY OF j CHEW KEOW SEONG 17.11.12 9.3.95 (115 words)
    • 856 In Memoriam 856 In Memoriam [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      856 In Memoriam 856 In Memoriam In Ever Loving Memory of ICHEAH JOO KIM CHEONQ SOON TUAN Departed IS July '78 Deported 9 March '98 1 Fondly remembered by Loved Ones 3rd. Anniversary IN LOVING MEMORY OF A. RAVANAMOORTHY Departed 9 March 1994 His helping hand was always first To (151 words)
    • 858 Requiems [Obituaries + Illustrations]
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      858 Requiems BTN ANNiVI I>«AVEBS SARJIT SINGH 8/0 BANT A SINGH JALAL USHMA Departed ON 12.3.8S (fwtlrvo PSA PoUot* 2vv) Elffnt Y9SF9 MV9 pO9OQ •WIC# you toft ua, but you wUI I ahmaya b* In our hmmrta. D##ply W(ti#o by vVi*#~ Mom. Mohind.r Kaur, Son*. Daughters. Sons in-Uw. Daughters-in-law and (70 words)
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  • SPORT/RACING
    • Kipketer smashes 800m mark [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP, REUTER
      Kipketer smashes 800m mark Kenyan barred from Olympics over nationality issue returns with a vengeance ATHLETICS PARIS Wilson Kipketer. the runner who was barred from last year's Atlanta Olympics for refusing to run m Kenyan stripes, set the World Indoor Championships alight on the opening day when he set a (476 words)
    • Is this the time to join that dream golf club? [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • FOOH WEI WEN
      Is this the time to join that dream golf club? TAY CHENG KHOON TEE TO GREEN WHEN I first heard that LaguJa National Golf and Country Club was offering another 500 memberships for sale, I felt mmy for its sales personnel. Has the club not heard of the soft membership (904 words)
    • EXCERPTS FROM THE SINGAPORE TURF CLUB STIPENDIARY STEWARDS' REPORT [Articles]
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      EXCERPTS FROM THE SINGAPORE TURF CLUB STIPENDIARY STEWARDS' REPORT RACE 1: Im Mitch was inspected at the start and passed fix to race. River Bern and Im Mitch were slow to begin. Fire Light jumped awkwardly outwards, making contact with King Sovereignty, who jumped inwards. Approaching the 600 m mark. (1390 words)
    • Is Singapore athletics in trouble or on its way up finally? [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Is Singapore athletics in trouble or on its way up finally? Hakikat ISSUES IN SPORT Rocked by resignations. A new coaching supremo with a hard-driving style. Is i Singapore athletics m trouble or on new heights? reports. FIVE months ago, Singapore athletics was relishing the prospect of taking a giant (888 words)
    • Loh: I'm in complete control of athletics [Articles]
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      Loh: I'm in complete control of athletics ATHLETICS supremo Loh Lin Kok reaffirmed that he is on the right track m backing Hans-Peter Thumm, his director of coaching. This is despite clear unhappiness among some officials, including general manager One Yeok Phee, who resigned last week. Ong was peeved with (215 words)
    • Thumm has started delivering, says boss [Articles]
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      Thumm has started delivering, says boss SAAA president Loh Lin Kok says that German coach Hans-Peter Thumm has already started delivering on his promise. When he took over last October as the association's director of coaching, the German had pledged: The setting up an of an efficient structure for coaching (366 words)
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  • SPORT
    • Hill survives horror start but former team-mate Villeneuve cruises in first [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AFP, REUTER, G. CHANDRADAS, CHOO BEE YIA, PETER KHOO
      Hill survives horror start but former team-mate Villeneuve cruises in first N Transport strike fails to stop fans MELBOURNE An emergency fleet of shuttle buses took thousands of spectators to the Australian Formula One Grand Prix yesterday after a 48-hour strike knocked out city trams and train services. Public transport (812 words)
    • Formula One too safe, laments GP supremo [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Formula One too safe, laments GP supremo MELBOURNE Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone believes the sport has placed too much emphasis on safety at the expense of thrilling racing and must make changes to track layouts to allow cars to go faster. Speaking to reporters before the season-opening Australian Grand (230 words)
    • Five cities shortlisted for 2004 Olympics [Articles]
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      Five cities shortlisted for 2004 Olympics OLYMPICS JOHANNESBURG Five cities from three continents will compete m September to host the 2004 Olympics, with construction and hotel companies anticipating a share of the US$4 billionplus (about Ss6 billion) m revenue that flows into a host city. Cape Town, Athens, Rome, Buenos (523 words)
    • Melanie finds the spark Down Under [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Melanie finds the spark Down Under Thomas Koh HOCKEY By ON PAPER, the Singapore women's hockey team does not stand a realistic chance of striking gold at October's South-east Asia Games m Jakarta. But the presence of the mercurial Melanie Martens could transform the mediocre team into strong titlechallengers. The (538 words)
    • All the questions you wanted... [Articles + Illustrations]
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      All the questions you wanted... SINGAPORE ARMED FORCES Football Club, also known as the Warriors, will start 1997 as the pre-season favourite for the Tiger Beer ,S-League. Last year, it captured the Pioneer Series. And, during Jhe closed season, it netted national skipper Fandi Ahmad and ;team-mate Nazri Nasir. Timesport's (85 words)
    • ...to ask the Warriors — and more [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • TIEN CHUNG PING
      ...to ask the Warriors and more a The Warriors are touted as the favourites. How do you feel? BG Law Chwee Kiat (club chairman): What have we done to deserve the favourites tag? We have basically the same squad as last year. HH So the inclusion of Fandi Ahmad and (885 words)
    • A club should sell itself but not its soul [Articles + Illustrations]
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      A club should sell itself but not its soul YAP KOON HONG SPORTS WORLD GEYLANG UNITED'S snaring of a multi-million dollar sponsor must be the financial coup of the SLeague. It happened early this week when the defending champion announced a tie-up with Ponggol Marina, a deal that made the (664 words)
    • SPORT IN SHORT
      • Stallions launch fan drive [Articles]
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        Stallions launch fan drive SEMBAWANG Rangers will launch its membership drive today at Yishun Stadium from 9am to lpm. Fans can meet the players and take part m contests. Stallions' merchandise will also be sold at a special price. Admission is free. I (43 words)
      • Match cancelled [Articles]
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        Match cancelled JOHOR cancelled tonight's friendly match against Balestier Central after the Malaysian state team lost several regulars to the national side and also has a growing list of injured players. (31 words)
    • Barren outing for Republic's juniors [Articles]
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      Barren outing for Republic's juniors Mahmood Gaznavi CRICKET By •SINGAPORE ended its Tuanku Ja'afar Under- 18 cricket campaign without a single win when it was beaten by six wickets by Malaysia m Bangkok yesterday. Yesterday's loss followed Thursday's six-wicket defeat by Thailand and a nine-wicket thrashing by defending champion Hongkong (285 words)
    • Hardaway stars as Heat wins in overtime [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Hardaway stars as Heat wins in overtime NBA BASKETBALL LANDOVER (Maryland) Tim Hardaway scored seven of his career-high 45 points m overtime as the Miami Heat survived "a horror show" with a 108-105 road victory over the Washington Bullets on Friday. Jamal Mashburn had 23 points and Isaac Austin added (325 words)
    • Singapore confident of second spot in Fed Cup [Articles]
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      Singapore confident of second spot in Fed Cup TENNIS SINGAPORE is confident of finishing second m its group m the Asia/Oceania Federation Cup tennis tournament m Wellington from tomorrow to Sunday, according to Major (retd.) iS. Uthrapathy, vice-president of the Singapore Lawn Tennis Association. The three-woman team, comprising Chew I-Jin, (231 words)
    • SCORES AND STATISTICS [Articles]
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      SCORES AND STATISTICS I ATHLETICS World Indoor C'ships, finals Men's 60m: 1 Haralambors Papadias (Gre) 6.sosec 2 Michael Green (Jam) 6.51 3 Davidson Ezinwa (Nig) 6.52. Shot put: 1 Yuriy Bilonoh (Ukr) 21.02 m 2 Alexandr Bagach (Ukr) 20.94 3 John Godina (US) 20.87. Women's 60m: 1 Gail Devers (US) (1005 words)
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  • Attack is fine, but Eagles let down by defence [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Attack is fine, but Eagles let down by defence Tay Cheng Khoon SOCCER By GEYLANG UNITED is reportedly looking around for a clinical finisher to fill its fifth for-eign-player berth. But, judging from its first big test of the season, the Eagles had better scout around for someone to plug (658 words)
  • The Jos clones Fresh wave of swimmers erase golden girl's marks [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • JERRY SEH
    The Jos clones Fresh wave of swimmers erase golden girl's marks Joe Dorai SWIMMING By THE future of Singapore swimming appears to be m good shape. Three different swimmers at the national age-group championships, which ended last night, broke three age-group records set by golden girl Joscelin Yeo. On Tuesday, (441 words)
  • SNIPPETS
    • Name change for Geylang? [Articles]
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      Name change for Geylang? GEYLANG UNITED won the S-League Championship match last year. Together with the title came the right to play m last night's Ponggol Marina Challenge. But those not too familiar with the Singapore soccer scene could well be asking: Where was Geylang? The mammoth stadium board, as (97 words)
    • Watching from the press box [Articles]
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      Watching from the press box AND the spies there were Among those spotted was Singapore Armed Forces FC coach Vincent Subramaniam. Well, how not to notice him when he was seated m the press box. The enthusiastic welcome given to him by the scribes is a testimony of his affable (51 words)
    • No rest for Jersey No. 17 [Articles]
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      No rest for Jersey No. 17 GEYLANG will not be resting the No. 17 jersey that had been worn so proudly by its ex-skipper Fandi Ahmad. For last night s match, the prestigious number went to Silva Martin, a newcomer from Tiong Bahru who did not even start. (48 words)
  • THE LATE NEWS
    • Malaysia stays in the hunt [Articles]
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      Malaysia stays in the hunt MALAYSIA made a dramatic return to edge out South Africa 4-3 m a Group A encounter of the World Cup hockey qualifying round m Kuala Lumpur last night. A. Arul Selvaraj scored the winner m the 65th minute, enabling Malaysia to remain m contention m (64 words)
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      TODAY'S EVENTS! ATHLETICS Asics-SAAA 2nd Allcomers Meet/Junior Progressive Meet (Seranguun Stadium, 2pm). CRICKET SCA Div 1 League: IA Eagles v CSC (IA). SCC v UWC (SCC), SIA v SRC (Changi). All at 10.45 am. Div 2: UWC v UWC 111 (UWC), CSC v NUS (CSC). Div 3 SCRC v SCC (64 words)
  • Review
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    • Focus
      • Catchup with S'pore [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Catchup with S'pore Clinton throws challenge to US schools: US is only so-so, so step on it The United States is only so-so internationally m the middle of the pack m science and m the bottom half m mathematics. President Bill Clinton has used that showing as a rallying point (2453 words)
      • razad to the ground [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • TIEN CHUNG PING
        razad to the ground THE KALIMANTAN UNREST Why villages were 4 verbal spat at a concert late last year unleashed a wave of riots m West Kalimantan that left about 200 people dead and two dozen settlements destroyed. In a recent special report, The Jakarta Post examines the causes of (1476 words)
      • This land is my land... [Articles + Illustrations]
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        This land is my land... THE term "Dayak" describes more than 400 groups of Kalimantan's indigenous people. While they may differ m language and art form, they share such features as a tradition of longhouse living and a world-view which holds that all things, be they man or stone, have (545 words)
      • He gambled on the American Dream and lost everything [Articles]
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        He gambled on the American Dream and lost everything KWAN WENG KIN Japan correspondent His marriage came apart on July 4, 1985 two years after his illegal trades began, when his wife, citing a new love, confronted him and asked for a divorce Currently m jail for unauthorised trading that (1538 words)
      • Confession that led to bestselling book [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Confession that led to bestselling book "SEVERAL days after being detained, I decided to set down my life on record m case something should happen to me. Sharpening my blunted pencil against the window frame, I started to write this." So begins Kokuhaku (The Confession) by convicted former Daiwa Bank (241 words)
      • Big chiefs at Daiwa betrayed me [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Big chiefs at Daiwa betrayed me CONVICTED bond trader Toshihide Iguchi resents bitterly his former employers at Daiwa Bank for not only fingering him, but also implying that a regular Japanese employee would not have done what he did trade US Treasury bonds without authority for 12 years under their (527 words)
      • Go ahead, make my day [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • REUTER
        Go ahead, make my day Philippines politicians talk tough and strut their stuff ahead oj polls MANILA FINANCE Secretary Roberto de Ocampo strides into a hotel and executes a taekwondo kick to show that he has got the right stuff to be President. Senator and anti-graft fighter Miriam Santiago says (494 words)
    • Viewpoints
      • The Sunday Times
        • The trouble with football [Articles]
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          The trouble with football FANtSPTOIAD and Barry Whitbread are discovering -BSnSEIe soccer fans are generous m lionising wiiiiieis. rtrev can be merciless with losers. SingaporeVpoor showing m the Dunhill Cup m Kuala Lumpur last month was not unexpected, considering the quality of the other teams, but it was what that (410 words)
        • 25 years ago [Articles]
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          25 years ago On this day MR LEE KUAN YEW announced today the first steps of what will be a pay rise for both the public and private sectors: an m crease for all government servants by way of a yearly non-pensionable allowance equal to a month's salary. (48 words)
      • Conformist group-think can warp 'national education' [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Conformist group-think can warp 'national education' CHERIAN GEORGE jht THE Government's plan to develop a national education programme for the young addresses a problem that Singaporeans have long sensed. However, even as it addresses a crying need, the immense political interest m the project also raises a consequent concern. The (1149 words)
      • AROUND THE WORLD
        • No money for the self-made man [Articles]
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          No money for the self-made man tARNING against the temptation "to play God", United ates President Bill Clinton banned federal funding of human cloning research. The decision came after a report from Oregon about monkeys being produced from cloned embryos strengthened fears that there might be no major biological barriers (109 words)
        • Storms and quakes [Articles]
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          Storms and quakes APOCALYPTIC" storms and tornadoes swept through central and southern US leaving at least 42 people dead and more than 250 injured. About 600 were killed, nearly 2,000 injured and 36,000 rendered homeless when the first of two earthquakes jolted north-west Iran. Tremors also shook Turkey, Pakistan and (61 words)
        • English is official [Articles]
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          English is official DISPROVING George Bernard Shaw's claim that a common language divides the Americans and the English, the US moved closer to granting English official status. The Supreme Court threw out an appeals court ruling that said Arizona's "English only" law violates the free speech rights of Hispanics. Arizona (72 words)
        • Lost command [Articles + Illustrations]
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          Lost command EUROPE'S poorest country, Albania, remained m the grip of civil war, with government jets reportedly bombing the rich southern areas over which President Sali Berisha has lost control. The crisis was sparked off by the collapse of of-ficially-condoned fraudulent investment schemes m which almost every Albanian had invested. (68 words)
        • Peace in peril [Articles]
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          Peace in peril WITH talks on a permanent Middle East accord and on the status of Jerusalem, which both sides claim, scheduled for Saturday, the peace process was m danger of foundering. Having sanctioned a Jewish housing colony that would cut off the city from the West Bank, Israeli Prime (79 words)
        • Talks about talks [Articles]
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          Talks about talks NORTH and South Korea engaged m their, first direct "talks about talks" (to quote a US diplomat who also took part) m nearly three years. The meeting was held m a New York hotel against the reported backdrop of an abortive North Korean bid denied by the (103 words)
        • Deng's death wish [Articles]
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          Deng's death wish THERE is no truth m the rumour that Deng Xiaoping expressed deathbed remorse for the Tiananmen Square massacre. His "political wish", according to Central Military Commission vice-chairman Gen Liv Huaqing, was that the army should "safeguard the authority of the party central committee with Comrade Jiang Zemin (76 words)
        • People [Articles]
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          People TAN SRI YAHAYA AHMAD, one of Malaysia's top corporate chiefs, was killed, with his wife and the pilot of their helicopter, when the machine crashed m a rubber estate. They were on their way to see Yahaya Ahmad's mother m Terengganu. She died three days later. Indonesian President Suharto (160 words)
        • MEANWHILE IN SINGAPORE
          • Investing in Africans [Articles]
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            Investing in Africans AFTER his 10-day official visit to South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana, Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong said he is "cautiously optimistic" about the area's potential. He stressed the importance of investing m people. Singapore is also interested m developing tourism m the Victoria Falls area of (57 words)
          • Tang's case [Articles]
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            Tang's case WORKER'S Party leader Tang Liang Hong, who was m Hongkong last week, has been ordered to appear before Justice Lai Kew Chai on Monday. Mr Tang had asked the High Court to disqualify Justice Lai from hearing the 13 defamation suits filed against him by 1 1 People's (111 words)
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            Mandela's lecture "WE have come to learn about a region of 500 million people that shines m the world as a prime economic growth area," said South African President Nelson Mandela m his Singapore Lecture. He was here on a two-day visit as part of a regional tour that had (65 words)
      • Lights out at night-spots but is the party over? [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Lights out at night-spots but is the party over? BRENDAN PEREIRA mmmmmmm IT IS tough being a Member of Parliament m Kuala Lumpur these days. With grouses about traffic problems, the cost of living and just about everything else piling up, a 24-hour day does not seem sufficient to send (1031 words)
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        Confessions of a taxi driver RAVI VELOO I feel ashamed, he admits Love him or hate him, the taxi driver often arouses strong feelings m the commuter. What is life like driving 12 hours a day and holding unfinished conversations with strangers? Mr Daniel Chan bares his thoughts to Sunday (2451 words)
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        • ZHUANG TSE HOU
        Taiwan's man of the times 'When r\iy Dad died some 20 years ago, he was so proud to leave me nothing but his name. But his name has been dragged through the mud because of me. '-Taiwan Governor jamessoong James Soong, who likes to read about master strategists m Chinese (1394 words)
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        Sins of the son In the brief power vacuum after President Chiang Ching-kuo's death, Mr James Soong made a bold move that would earn him President Lee Teng-hui's gratitude and secure his political fortunes. In the following years, Mr Soong helped Mr Lee out-manoeuvre prominent figures m the KMT old (80 words)
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        Hard-nosed political survivor JAMES SOONG was born on March 16, 1942, m China. He is married with one son and one daughter. EDUCATION 1964: Bachelor's degree m diplomacy, National Chengchi University, Taiwan. 1967: Master's m political science, University of California-Berkeley. 1971: Master's m library science, Catholic University of America. 0-1 (164 words)
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        Singapore's most wanted A look at property best-sellers Property buyers want it good and cheap as reflected by last year's top 10 best-selling housing projects. Colin Tan susses out the property situation and concludes it is a buyers' market now. LAST year's 10 bestselling private housing projects had two common (1141 words)
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        Outlook for housing prices uncertain, say consultants FOR property buyers, the most important thing to know is: where prices are heading. In the past, residential property prices had rocketed, rising 36 percent m 1993, followed by a 42 per cent surge m 1 994, and a slower 10 per cent (644 words)
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      1 I A Sunday Classified special on collectors' items, and arts crafts \j H s |M^MMg^JMMMJMMfc|j|mMMI I {Antique C^gfi $%2& &fcfe&^^ tt*** /f**fl*,^** ■SM-ar«IIMMI| < 2l w _-„ZL s WOOOWORTH INTRODUCTORY SALE C t~^^ %^m€^M%MJfS I^TOIWiSSSTSPiWiffiII'Bi ___BRB_BB_ _r S W de collection of imported handicraft, woodcarvings, M^nnM" "j^y^l^B iMMypimypiM M (1703 words)
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      72 Musical Instruments 100 PIECES 100 PIECES USED PIANO A ORGANS Cl#«tranc9 from Vi pries Yamaha UIE, ClOB, LUIOI, EL6O, HSB/5, Kawai examination, Europe, Korea, British pianos (Used pianos wanted) SHELLEY CO. XXXXX22 Blk. 1003, #07-1818 Toa Payoh Lor. 8 FIND OUT WHY more and more people are turning to (164 words)
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      72 Musical Instruments 2ND HAND PIANO for sale. $550 up. HP avail. #02-20 Excelsior Hotel. XXXXX76. Pianos also wanted. 74 Pata/ Pet Care PETS' STATION NEW ARRIVALS! IMPORTED PUPPIES Mini Pinschar, Mini Schnauzer, Mini Dachshund. Collie, Shetland, Jack Russell, Maltasa. Pekingese, Old English Sheepdog, Silky, GSD, Lebrador Re triever, Golden (337 words)
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      74 Pets/ Pet Care PET GALLERY 99 Frankel Avenue The Best Pet Mart Young puppies Shih Tzu, Jack t Russell, Maltese, Pomeranian/ 1 Mini Schnauzer, Siberian Husky, r Labrador, Pug, Chihuahua, Peking- ese, etc. (Enquiries Welcome) Grooming Professional grooming (USA Trained) with free transport. Pat Food. Best price and free (319 words)
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      74 Pets/ Pet Care CLOSING DOWN SALE: Mini Schnauzer, Chihuahua, Beagle, Golden Retriever, Silky, Poodle, King Charles Spaniel, Chinese Crested Dog. XXXXX95 SHOW QUALITY QSD, Shihtzu, Maltese, American Cocker, Chihuahua, Miniature Pinscher, Mini Dachshund. Call: XXXXX95 TIM "BARK'TU Pets: Mini-Bull. Schnauzer, Maltese, Pekinese, Jack Russell, Poodle, Boxer, Shin Tzu. Grooming (690 words)
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      106 Home Appliances/ Lightings INSTALL, REPAltrywarVlee of household office"! lances. CallMrßalai«oo74l Hgf^ 108 Home Furnishing DIRECT FACTORY PRICE. Custom made kitchen cabinets wardrobes. Free design quotation. Interested Call: 9-XXXXX69 FREE DESIGN DIRECT from fty: kitchen cabinets, wardrobes, etc. 10-day delivery. $100 p.f.r. Tel: XXXXX88/ XXXXX88 (Day night). SPECIALIST IN CUSTOM (753 words)
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      138 Nursing Care WINDSOR NURSING HOME with 30 aircon. rms. Provides 24-hr, nursing care, 6 meals daily, etc. $1000 up. Margaret/ Cat 2415-222. 148 Bridal Services MAKE MERCEDES 180E your bridal car. Complete with driver, decorations. 9-XXXXX62/ XXXXX391. 150 Domestic Help Available CAN MAIDS ks\ **aJll Bao>s Fast Arrival Guaranteed (282 words)
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      150 Domestic Help 150 Domestic Help 150 Domestic Help 150 Domestic Help Available Available Available Available 1~~ ASfev "^fcrou Tried The Rest I o®*§ Now "Voi^j Tfhv- ggg£/** ■I s^sh^lmLr j An a ff en °y providing Indon/Christian maids for better homes yjTha Advantage: Strict Control Specially Picked Trained Baby (555 words)
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      ENG. SPEAKING/ CHRISTIAN Indonesians/ Filipina. Good for baby/ child/ aged care. Cheapest price m town g'teed. Regal: XXXXX18/ XXXXX91 (C 2229-01). EXCELLENT TRANSFER MAIDS Indonesian Filipino available for interview Nowl Best for housekeeping babysit childcare or invalid care. Call XXXXX20. (CXXXXX1J) we EXPERIENCED ENGLISH SPEAKING Filipinos Myanmar for immed. transfer, (201 words)
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      150 Domestic Help 150 Domestic Help 150 Domestic Help Available Available Available It You Always Wanted A Good Reliable Maid |j^ LOOK NO FURTHER ■■■j BE H I We Have Wide Selection Of Excellent Lh|| mi Indonesian, Filipino S.Lanka It 1 "Wide Selection* hast Arrival* Low Budget *Best Traininf>^^^ B^V^^ (737 words)
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      WODomestic Help 150 Domestic Help Available Available [Customised training specially for each family's needs..^ OUR INDON MAIDS ARt TRAINED IN A LARGE HOSPITAL I ANALYSIS OF REQUIREMENTS TO CUSTOMISE TRAININGS I *U FITTING-IN PROGRAMME TO FIT IN YOUR MAID /#W fm. RE TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR NEW SKILLS y' ftJyiwheribySrfflpomw v* (322 words)
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      152 Domestic Help Wanted •FILIPINA 'INDONESIAN 9 High Salary low faaa 9 Attractive Holidays 9 No off-day can apply s 9 Fraa wintar Jackal s (£)733 9992 EXPAT J LOCAL FAMIUES need Maids with release papers for transfer. No regn. feel. Biodatas from Philippines welcome. Averise Agency. Tel. XXXXX77. #04-56 (346 words)
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      158 Garage Sales ISB Garage Salet Bfl B^B^^r^^^^^i^Lz^^^^^^L^^^^^Ofl BB»-jw 1 1 B-*MLA-LmJAaE.aLmJ.»JAja.~Xj«Ai iJ *nllA-k—^— l ffj 1 1 In stock 3000 rolls. The length per roll is 10 meters. l! The width per roll is 0.53 meter. Roll size is 10m x 0.53 m. ,'i Total area per roll is (454 words)
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      166 Health Centres MASSAGE NEW PENINSULA Health #02-19 Peninsula Shpg. XXXXX41 (multi-racial masseuse) 176 Private investigators CALL ASIAPAC INVESTIGATION Security Agency for matrimonial/ commercial cases, personal/ employees movement at XXXXX33, 24 hrs. Free consultation. 186 Wanted ABSOLUTELY BEST PRICE buying old CTV, VCR, Hi-fi old clothings. 14' 34. $30 $500. (177 words)
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      166 Health Centres 166 Health Centres LOY KRATHONG FITNESS SPA 57 Gey lane Lorong 27 (off Sim's Aye) S(XXXXX4) Tel; 745 4533/744 5933 (I lam- 1 Ipm) We also provide: iTaditionatifuii Oil Massage Massage bu M- 3k f oo 6 0^ experienced JL^M I 1 Masseuses BBBJBHvua and MASTER 1 (667 words)
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      236 Industrial Equipment/ Supplies TEAM TECH INSTRUMENTS Fluke DMM, Air Velocity Meter TSI AKASHI Vibrometer, Kawatetsu. Call 339 6171 or Fax 339J173__ 239 Packing/ Storage/ Delivery/ Removal A BUDGET PRICE. House/ office removal, transportation. Specialised m piano/ organ and safe delivery. Disposal services. 7 days a week. Bam 9pm. Big/ (817 words)
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      221 Computer 221 Computer Products/ Services Products/ Services ug» re japs I <$r US-Designerf'Mffttimedia PC Warehouse Sale .1 QQQ WFrom $1,777 *iHPP" Specs: Cyrix /Intel Pentium 166 MHz, 16MB EDO RAM Upgradable; 2 I CB Hard Disk; 8x CD ROM; Integrated 15' Monitor; Internet 33 bkbps Modem Fax Voice Free (822 words)
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      310 Daihatsu For Sale A SPORTY 1983 Charade. COE 2002. New tax. Accident free. 4 units. Engine guaranteed 2 yrs. Deposit $3000. loan 1- 4 yrs. 3% p.a. $13,000 above. Tel: XXXXX95. MID '90 DAIHATSU Charade 1 litre, CX, tax 5/97, grey, showroom condition. $29,800. View: Champion Motors, No. 2 (722 words)
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      315 Holden For Sale BEAUTIFUL CAR. GARAGE kept Holden Calais. Low mileage. 5/90. Owner selling. Cheap! View at Bayshore Pk. Pg: 9318 6064. 316 Honda For Sale to\ M y 9 fy ♦-> I VVeßiiy&sSl I I AnyModelofPrtvaft"! [Car. PARF, COE CarJ "SPECIAL PACKAGE" WIN a 'new' Mitsubishi Lancer. Just (922 words)
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      316 Honda For Sale 12/93 ACCORD 2.0LX1. Auto Nice no. CD changer. Leather seats. SI rims. Tip top. 738-1118 12/94 HONDA CIVIC 1.6 ESI (auto.) 4 door, well-kept condition. 1 owner. Pg: XXXXX223. 2/90 HONDA CIVIC I.SGL Auto. New tax, 2 owners, alarm, immaculate cond. Tel: 440-3011 C&K. 2/93 ESi. (972 words)
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      319 Jaguar For Sale CHAUFFEUR PWVtN. WELLhept. '90 JaguaTTOWTOTTO!' Parf $49,300. Asking M^jW 97 B^ lo FEB '96 XJ6 3jiilOy&|owner. 2 digit no. N *}\jf XtM™' lm maculate cond. 811i*31bv774 IQ/88 JAOUfINrijJvBREIQN 3.6 Auto. BeautifuflMd. PARF $50K. Asking $69,800. Wl: 472-2222. 11/91 DAIMLER 4.0 auto. Leather seats. Sunroof. OMV $84,002. (897 words)
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      325 Mercedes For Sale 325 Mercedes For Sale (H) Euromobile D All lates^Tjodel I Also available models showroom 159 Sin Ming Road #01-01 Amtech Building Singapore 2057 directly behind ROY Get Your Ist Year Insurance Free All cars supplied by Cycle Carriage Authorised Distributor for Mercedes Benz Models Available C2OO, (658 words)
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      '86 MERCEDES 230 E. 1 owner. Sun-roof. Pure leather seats. COE till '2000. Contact Tel. 2533-268. No dealers please. 9/90 WHITE MERCEDES. Converted E2OO. Lady owner. Maintained by C&C. Expensive stereo. SIOSK neg. XXXXX51/ 9-XXXXX18. '94 MERCEDES E2OO. 1 owner. Beautiful cond. Beige. Tax 6/97. Henly Enterprises: Tel. 282-0088 Unit (612 words)
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      325 Mercedes For Sale 4/'9B. E2OO (ELEGANCE W210). 1 owner. Low mileage. Owner leaving. Ho, XXXXX591/ XXXXX278 5/93 190E 2.0 Special. White. 2 owners. CD. Auto. Leather seats. S/rims. $116,000 0.n.0. XXXXX23 6/81 MERCEDES 28OSE. Beautiful condition. COE till '2000. Must sell! Hurryl Pg: Owner XXXXX742. 7/77 MERCEDES 280. COE (857 words)
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      330 Opel For Sale AUTO ASTRA 1.4. Injection. '94 near. Silver. OMV $15K. Sports rims. High trade-in and loan. Tagore Lane 6th, XXXXX18 Bestway 1 OWNER, 8/95 Opel Omega s/wagon. 2.0 i auto, 16-valve, mileage 21,000 km. CD, hifi, s/rims. Tax 8/97, tel. 743-2229 NEAR '93 OPEL Astra s/ wagon. (1592 words)
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      334 Proton For Sale BT9B WIRA AEROBACK 1.5 GLi 1 owner. Brand new eejfid. $73,800. Loan/ trade m. Lot 3 Irving Road. Tel: XXXXX00 Sc«H> NEAR '90 PROTON Saga dfel 4-drs. Stereo. S/ rims. Private owner. $28,000. Page: 9218-0241 08/92 SAGA 1.3, 4 dr. 12 va|re. Well maintained. Accident free. (487 words)
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      337 Rover For Sale 337 Rover For Sale TEST-DRIVE A ROVER OR MGF AND YOU COULD WIN A TRIP TO MALDIVES OR BINTAN. BUY ONE AND GET A FREE TRIP TO ENGLAND. I Qualifying period: 10 March to 30 April, 1997. INTRA-MOTO«S Intra-Motors Building. 22 Übi Road 4, Singapore XXXXX7. (528 words)
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      339 Saab For Sale I Saab Select Next Best Thing To A New Saab May'96,9OOOCD2.OEP. 1 owner. Leather. Rims. Upgraded hi-fi. Sept '93. 9ooS 2.0 LPT. 2 owners. Rd tax 8/97. Leather. 900 Classic. Dec 94 ,9000 Griffin. 1 owner. Rd tax 5/97. TiMNS EIfIOMBS pte ltd Tel: 4700 395/396 (421 words)
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      341 Subaru For Sale '90 NEAR JUSTY JlO GL manual. S/rims. Nice no. Excellent engine cond. Tel: XXXXX77 Casa 342 Suiuki For Sale CHEAP DURABLEI Mid '90 Fronte 5-dr. Smooth engine. Low petrol consumption/ depreciation, new paintwork/ interior. CD/ s/rims./ steering, only $21. 8K, loan 1- 4 yrs. Mthly. $388, (540 words)
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      342 Suzuki For Sale '94 NEAR Swift 1.3 manual, 4door, 2 owners. Full accessories. A1 cond. XXXXX00/ 9208-1981 '98 VITARA, 1.6, 3-dr. Accident free. Superior cond. CD player. $96,800 neg. Tel: XXXXX35 344 Toyota For Sale TOYOTA Corolla ISA $105K Coronal.6A -$127K Ipsum (7 sealer). $158K Enina(Bseater)-SIBBK Leasing scheme Is (434 words)
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      344 Toyota For Sale 344 Toyota For Sale BRAND NEW TOYOTA CARS LEXUS ES 2.5/ 3.0 $198,000 $205,000 IPSUM MPV 7 SEATER $158,000 MARK II 2.0 AUTO t£& $173,000 mjm CHASER 2.0 AUTO Wg $163,000 TEf VISTA 2.0 AUTO W $156,000 PREVIA MPV 7/8 SEATER $195,000 CORONA 1.6 AUTO $125,000 (504 words)
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      2/89 TOYOTA CRESSIDA. Tax I 7/97. $43,000. Pg. XXXXX758/ hand- phone XXXXX127 2/92 COROLLA 1.601.1 manual. 1 owner. Full accessories. Excel- lent cond. $62K. Tel: 252-9995 3/92 STARLET I.OXL. Sporty < red. S/rims. Tax 8/97. Mint cond. Loan/ trade m. Tel: 872 5855 SHL 3/93 CORONA I.6GU auto, tax new, (817 words)
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      349 Other Makes For Sale ROLLS ROYCE SILVER Shadow. Like new. Full options. Agt. svc. COE 3/2007. $168K only. XXXXX02 1/90 SKODA FAVORIT 1.3 L sdr. PARF $11,200. Tax 6/97. $17,800. Low deposit. XXXXX64. 10T89 LADA SAMARA 1.3 3-dr. New 2k paint. 100% tip top. $15,500. Can trade-in. XXXXX11 4/89 (722 words)
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      381 Scrap Vehicles GENERAL OFFER BEST value PARF/ COE/ scrap/ SZ cars for export. Tel: XXXXX85/ fax. XXXXX81. 382 Vehicles For Hire" DAVE'S SPECIAL: 868 $130. New cars. Long/ short term. Bridal cars, chauffeur drive avail. Tel: XXXXX43, Bam. to 9pm. KENG SOON AUTO. New Cars/ Spacewagon. Daily, Weekly, Monthly. (972 words)
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      391 Vans For Sala $2800 "DOWNPAYMENT BRAND oew Mitsubishi L3OO van. Loan uptw yrs. at Chartered Motor XXXXX11 /IMM XXXXX11. $3000 DOWNPAYMENTI 7/*B4 Daihatsu Van S 7SV, 1000 c.c. COE till 6/2000. Radio cassette, aircon. beautiful cond. XXXXX19/ XXXXX16 MID '88 DAIHATSU Hijet. 1.0 sdr. New paint. 'Aircon. No repair. (841 words)
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      402 DOl-08City &South-We*t PTE APTS Rant ANCHORAGE. BRAND NEW. 2+l. 1,163 sq.ft. Pool view. P/furn. High fir. $4,500. 9410-9620 Ginza. ANCHORAGE 2088 SO. FT. B4k, E face pool. View 9 Mar 1-6prr>. Call owner XXXXX50/ XXXXX671 ANCHORAGE. BRAND NEW. 2 bdrms. F/furn. Good unit Rent < neg. Ring XXXXX73/ pg. (887 words)
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      404 DO9- 10 Orchard/ JangliftY Holland PTE APTS -Rent D.09 PEACE MANSION 3 bdnfKo"at $4,000 p/mth. Call XXXXX61. D.09 RIVER VALLEY/ Sophia Rd. 2/ 3«N«s. 10 mins. walk to MRT. Gooff «*ntal. Call 9631-2825 agt. D.09 SOMERSET MRT/ River Valfc*Y*«"rms. 2000 sq.ft. part/ f/furfl?s2Boo- $3800. D.R. XXXXX21 D.09 SOPHIA COURT. (939 words)
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      410 Dl 5-16 East Coast PTE APTS Rent D.lB TEMBEUNG MANSJ t>«scendo Bldg. Brand m j h fflnn t Aircon. Amenities. MQnwfgosfs' $2800. Steven 9528 8126 ERA lyiwoa c uibßH .01 prarfo i HOUSE I 2 BPM. FLAMINGO VALLEY. 2 bdrms. F/furn. Aircon. Full facilities. Quiet ambience. Priced to rent. (899 words)
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      416 D 22-28 Wast/ North PTE APTS Rent BRAND NEW HILLVIEW Hgts. 1700 sq.ft. 4+l. High fir. Exclusive facilities. Amenities. 9415-3132. BULLION PARK 807/ 1238 sq.ft. F/furn./ aircon. Good view, near A.M. Kio. Pg. XXXXX728 ERA D.22 PARC OASIS. High fir. 1378 sq.ft. 3+l rms. Full condo. facilities. $4.5 K. (865 words)
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      420 Houses For Rent D.19 HOUGANG CENTRAL. Shophse. 3+l. $2.2K p/mth. Chi- nese workers eligible. 9-XXXXX91. j D.19 JLN. LABU Manis. 2-storey bunglw. 4+l. Big gdn./ car porch. Well kept. $2900. Tel: XXXXX59 D.19 KAN CHOO Bin. Open hse. I Nicely furn. 2-storey terr. hse. 3+l+l. P&A 458-2832/ 9609-8505. j (1047 words)
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      422 HUDC/HOBApts For Rent 3-RM. BLK. 47. T. Payoh. Rent $1100. 10 mins. to central/ MRT. No renovation. 9-XXXXX14 Agt. 3-RM. FOR RENT. Blk. 4. Marine Terrace. Mid. fir. $1200. Interested pis. pg. XXXXX886 or call XXXXX189. 3-RM. MACPHERSON ESTATE. Immed. Unfurn. Vimar XXXXX576/ XXXXX536 3-RM. TELOK BLANGAH Dr. F/furn. (784 words)
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      426 Rooms For Rent FOREIGN STUDENTS. D.12 D.19. Full board/ guardian. Limited! Cheapl Tel: 387-0229 FOREIGN STUDENTS. BISHAN opp. Rl MRT. Full board/ guidance. Pg. 9315 9629 Mrs Tan FOREIGN STUDENTS D.I B/ 21 aircon. rooms, meals, tuition guardianship. 346-9018/ 9213-9951 FOREIGN STUDENT. AIRCON. rm. Seletar Hills. Food/ laundry/ guardian. (868 words)
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      449 DOS- 10 Orchard/ Tanglin/ Holland HOUSES Sale Wa Guarantee To Deliver Personalised Raal Est Service. Many Othar Listings Avail. Laadon araa Land 44,000 sq.ft. Can subdivide Nassim araa Land 45,000 sq.ft. Good rontal returns Laadon araa Land 16,000/ 5000 sq.ft. Tenanted Ewart araa Land 30,300 sq.ft. Can subdivide Vanda (2070 words)
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      9=9*45 DO9-10 Orchard/ »"< Tanglin/ Holland _*i' HOUSES -Sale DJW STEVENS ROAD vicinity. This hatise was sold by an LV Agent. Vw can sell your House too or li»d you one. For results, please [Louis Yeap Realty XXXXX93. i SbVVyWb^hMbV. f pfio DUCHESS ROAD vicinity. Tils semi-d. was sold by (719 words)
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      446 DO9-10 Orchard/ Tanglin/ Holland PTE APTS Sale Regency Park 3+l 3,175 $4.3 M Yong An Park 3+l 1,765 52.15 M ValtoyPark 1 764 SBBBK Spring Grove 3+l 1,787 $2.3 M Tiara 900 51.45 M Jarvo'sLodg* 2 1,378 $I.BM Aapan Heights 2+l 1.517 $I.BM SML Raal Estate XXXXX098/ XXXXX767 DEANS (878 words)
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      450 Dll A2l Newton/ 450 Dt 1& 21 Newton/ Bt Timah/ Clementi Bt Timah/ Clementi HOUSES Sale HOUSES Sale WELCOME TO ERA OPEN HOUSE 9.3.97 (Sun) 2.30pm 5. 30pm District 11 District 15 i .flflefjßa 1 IBLJEhHbTIJhbI BUuf \jt *J| U JBm i WD*r r r*»^B»jM, i No. 53, Shrewsbury (1141 words)
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      451 Dll &21 Newton/ Bt Timeh/ Clement! PTE APTS Sale D.ll THOMSON RD. Well renovated. F/furn./ aircon. 1150 sq.ft. Walk-up. View to offer. 9-XXXXX87 D.21 AT VALUATION! Hume Pk. I. Designer decor. 1270 sq.ft. 3+l. $998K neg. Pg. XXXXX423 AP D.21 BT. REGENCY. 1528 sq.ft. 3+l rm. mid-fir. Well renovated. (657 words)
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      455 Dl 2-14 Balestier/ Macpherson/ Geylang HOUSES Sale D.13 VAUGHAN ROAD 2-STOREY SEMI-D. 5056/ 5800 sq.ft. 4+2+2 bedrooms 2-level roof garden 2800 sq.ft. Spacious nice unique layout Fully aircon. Auto gate, CCTV, burglar alarm Sell below valuation Page XXXXX-837 D.13 COTSWOLD CL Bunglw. 2 units. 2K-storey detached. Brand new. 5150/ (794 words)
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      456 Dl 2-14 Balestier/ Macpherson/ Geylang PTE APTS Sale REGAL CT. OFF Balestier (Kirn Keat Rd.) 55 units only. Cosy 915 sq.ft. Pool view. F'hold. Valuation at $670 K. Multiplex 9-XXXXX55 BRAND NEW WAN Tho Aye. walk-up apt. F'hold. 1152 sq.ft. F/furn. Sell/ rent. Pg. 9-XXXXX70 D.12 BOON TECK apt. (477 words)
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      460 Dl 5-16 East Coast 460 Dl 5-16 East Coatt 460 Dl 5-16 East Caul HOUSES Sale HOUSES Sale HOUSES S#6T Jr *%n m?' 9^'- li^B^^a^Hl BHr X BBBBaKa^STBTHWISiiIIIIH sole Agent: IVY LEE Pg: 9410 0734/ HP: 963fl|R SML Real Estate Pte Ltd Yong Da Pte Ltd 4 ■^■■BHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV I (559 words)
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      TOP SOONI FRANKEL Aye» F'hold. Vh storey luxurious bunglw. Finest Italian marble. 7+l+l rms. 5800 sq.ft. Pool. CP 9408M77 0.15 KERIS DRIVE vicinity. This house was sold by an LV Agent. We can sell your house too or find you one. For results, please call Louis Yeap Realty XXXXX93. )Aa (478 words)
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      5 DlB-16 East Coast 460 D IS- 16 East Coast 460 016-16 East Coast 460 DIMS EEastt t Coast HOUSES -Saki HOUSCt Utm HOUSES Sato HOUSI B Jj ta s^ t) WF 2 Storey Intermediate fcCornM Terrace with A«tlc. I t iBTI f NO. 19 land Art*- 2,088 sqft. Built-up (745 words)
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      D.IB MARSHALL RD. Inter terr. 2000/ 2500 sq.ft. 3-storey. 4+l. Renovated. Breezy. Quiet. Convenient. Good buy. XXXXX878 ERA D.IB OFF GOODMAN Rd. 2* storey brand new semi-d. 4+l. Approx. 2700/ 3440 sq.ft. Autogate. $2.3 M. HB XXXXX70/ XXXXX237. D.lB OFF CRESCENT Rd. Brand new 2M-storey semi-d. Big front- age with (369 words)
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      MLV i486 P.S.F. 31 Sunbird load. 3-spm. Huge lawn. 3699/ MOO sq.ft. Freehold. 3+l. Park 2 :ars. Daniel 9603-3217 DW OPEN HOUSE 2- 5 pm. Still load. Sunrise Townhse. Freehold, ife storey, 3+2, car porch, s/pool. »g. Carina 9-XXXXX92 ERA SELLING AT 52.7 M. D.16 2 sto•ey semi-d. 4700 sq.ft. (237 words)
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      D.lB LOR. SIGLAP elevated semi-d. Breezy/ orig. 3880 sq.ft. (2635+1245) Connection XXXXX183 D.lB LUCKY GDNS. 2Y> storey. Quiet. F'hold. 2000 sq.ft. Amenities. Only 51.35 M. XXXXX84 CW D.lB NEAR SIGLAP CC/ Palm Rd. Cosy bunglw. 5000 sq.ft. 4+l. f'hold. 53.05 M only! CW XXXXX98 D.lB NEW 2-STOREY Semi-d. 3+l. F'hold. (407 words)
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      460 Dl 5-16 East Coast HOUSES Sala BIQLAP S STOREY BUNOLW. with s/pool. 7316 sq.ft. 53.4 M nett. Best investment. Pg: 9414-4149 2 STOREY INTER, terr. 2300/ 2700 sq.ft. F'hold. Good cond. Reasonable price. XXXXX063 Huans 461 DIS-16 East Coast PTE APTS Sala D.15 EAST COAST vicinity. This apt. was (629 words)
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      461 Dl 5-16 East Coast 461 015-16 East Coast 461 D l 5- 16 East Coast 461 Dl 5-16 East Coast 461 015-16 East Coast PTE APTS -Sala PTE APTS Sala PTE APTS Sala PTE APTS Sala PTE APTS Sala I ~^T^"\ DDlHilflC CACTCDM I O ef* A T l (1023 words)
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      D.lB THE WATERSIDE. Freehold Condo. 2142 sq.ft. 3+l rms. High fir. $2.5 M. Agt. XXXXX20 D.lB $760,00 (MANGIS apt.) cosy 3-bdrm. 1400 sq.ft. Quiet/ pte. F'hold. Harvest 9-XXXXX41 D.IB S7BOKI FLAMINGO Valley 1240 sq.ft. Resort Living. F'hold. Full facilities. Agent XXXXX376 D.16 APOLLO GDN. 2120 sq.ft. Lower mais. corner. F'hold. (430 words)
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      465 017-18 ChangV Pasir Ris HOUSES Sala BRAND NEW! 3 units freehold semi-detached Good, natural place to live Beautiful architecture Spacious living/ dining Land from 2319 to 2635 sq.ft. Built-in from 2100 to 3058 sq.ft. s+l+l rooms Fully airconditioned Kitchen cabinet/ auto gate/ wardrobe/ alarm landscaping TOP soon Open house (266 words)
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      465 017-18 ChangV Pasir Ris HOUSES Sala D.17 LIRIA TERR. 2W-storey. 1679/ 2475 sq.ft. 4+l. Aircon. Autogate. $I.SSM. 9308-4248 Acajinfc 466 D l 7- 18 Changi/ Pasir Ris PTE APTS Sals F'HOLD FOREVER IS Yours. 0.17 Estelta Garden. Ground floor with own enclosed private garden. (Next to Avila Garden.) 1507 (399 words)
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      465 Dl 7-18 Changi/ 465 D l 18 Changi/ 465 Dl 7-18 Changi/ 465 D l 7- 18 Changi/ 465 D l 18 Changi/ 465 Dl 7-18 Changi/ ssa^s'-5,,, iaga.t^ saaa.i* Bsaa-t^ saaar-i* ss&s-i* The Straits Times Classified PROPERTY GUIDE (PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL) O 2 21 2 O O 2 Private (1026 words)
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      470 D l 9-20 Serangoon/ 470 Dl 9-20 Serangoon/ 470 Dl 9-20 Serangoon/ 470 D l 9-20 Serangoon/ Thomson Thomson Thomson Thomson HOUSES Sale HOUSES Sale .^jBQUSES Sale HOUSES Sale sm m mm r liflM i k kiiii a irntn With its exquisitively designed and luxurious fittings with superior imported (1375 words)
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      479 019-20 SarangooiV Thomson HOUSES Sala mil THOMSON GREEN. 2 storey semi-d. 3+l. Designer decor. XXXXX 3300 sq.ft. Elevated ground. Must viewl Dan 9219-2619 ERA D.20 THOMSON VICINITY 3 storey inter. Terr. 2400/ 180* sq.ft. 4+l rms. move-in cond. toca SMUTnear shpg. ctr. 9620 5199 FAB GLASGOW RO. D/^ O (752 words)
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      470 0:9-20 SarangooiV Thomson HOUSES Sala SERANQOON ODN. WtTONPr. 2200 sq.ft. No back to back facing. View to offer. 9317-3308 Sole agt. TAI HWAN DRIVE. J4OO sq.ft. 3 bdrms. Separate huff, family hall. Freehold. Tyrs. old.-fl«XXXXX8 DW URGENT SALEI D.IS 2 storey corner terrace. 4373 sq.ft. Freehold. Ideal to rebuild. (679 words)
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      475 D22-28Wast 475 D 22-28 West 476 D 22-28 We.t ft North North A North HOUSES-Sale HOUSES-Sale HOUSES-Sale ■^^^^^I^SimSmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam wmmmmmm^^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Outstanding architectural iw/co'rvv7r\/^inC designs W^TWOOU^^- Park rx^x. Contemporary elegant 4>■ 1 r-~ //^^fe>v. facades '/^Sr/c ****bSv New Type A2 design X/\k Impeccable finishing with W luxurious touches for quality living (477 words)
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      D.27 BRAND NEW 3/storey luxurious townhses. {7 units). 2066/ 2152 sq.ft. F'hold. 4 bdrms. Granite/ marble. Tel: XXXXX21 JNK HURRYII SIMPLY THE Best! l Sunrise Way, Beautiful, 2 Storey Terr. With Spacious Basement. F'hold, 1707/ 2402 sq.ft., 3+l. Well-Renovated. Valued $1.55 M. Exclusive Agt Robin XXXXX910 LV D.23 Open House (126 words)
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      fir' 9B D.28 JLN. JITONG, Hilltop living at its bestl Country setting s/storty semi-d 3200 sq.ft. nice land, quiet, convenient Gary XXXXX330 D.28 SELETAR HILLS. This semi-d. was sold by an LV Agent. We can sell your house too or find you one. For results, call Louis Yeap Realty XXXXX93/ (121 words)
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      478 D22-28Weat ft North HOUSES-Sale 0.28 2 SPM 49 Jin Selaseh. Brand new 2Yi Storey corner terr. Last unit 999 yrs. Top mid 97 2300/ 2200 sq.ft. Pg.: XXXXX181 CJ D.20 Jin. Isnin Off Sin Ming Rd. 2/storey semi-d. 2200 sq.ft. D.26 Lentor Qreen 2/storey terr. 2300 sq.ft. Renovated. Mkt./ (656 words)
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      475 D22-28West A North HOUSES-Sale wSt SUN. 2PM-BPM. BEAUTIFUL 3h years old d/ storey semi-d. 3500/ 2600 sq.ft. 4+l bedrooms. 43, Jin. Jarak. $2.18 M. Tel: 483-1923. [oriilD p HOUSE I THIS AFTERNOON 2-4PM. Jin. Lengkok Sembawang. New 2H semi-d. 3500/ 3300 sq.ft. F'hold. Pg. Lee for appt. XXXXX333 ERA (683 words)
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      476 D 22-28 West North PTE APTS Sale AT 1920K1 POOL view. Bullion Pk. 3+l. F'hold. Must view. Sole agt. XXXXX948. BULLION PARK. 1238 sq.ft. F'hold. Near A.M. Kio. F/furn./ aircon. Good view. XXXXX726 ERA BULLION PK. 1238 sq.ft. 3+l. F'hold with $120K designer's renovation. 9-XXXXX32 agt. CASHEW HOT. 999 (978 words)
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      492 HDB Apts For Sale (Ang Mo Kio) BLK. 210 4 *NG", Open h'se Sat. 7pm.-10pm7 Sun. 2-spm. F/renovated. Can contra. S. facing. Valued. View by appt. Jeff 9597-1306 3% 'NO' BLK. 565, A.M. Kio Aye. 3. New listing. High fir. All races. Can contra. Renovated. Amenities. Valued. Exclusive. 9577-1124 (993 words)
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      492 HDB Apts For Sale (Ang Mo Kio) 8 "I' NEAR MRT, nice layout with good facing, high fir. windy! Can contra. 9-XXXXX67 C&H. 8 'I' PT. Blk. 551 A.M. Kio. High fir. Unblock. Sch./ market/ food ctr. Convenient. XXXXX285 ERA 8 'I' PT. Blk. 729 A.M. Kio. Acceesible to (829 words)
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      493 HDB Apts For Sale 493 HDB Apts For Sale 493 HDB Apts For Sale 493 HDB Apts For Sale 493 HDB Apts For Sale 493 HDB Apts For Sale (Bedok/ Chai Chee) (Bedok/ Chai Chee) (Bedok/ Chai Chee) (Bedok/ Chal Chee) (Bedok/ Chai Chee) (Bedok/ Chai Chee) The Straits (778 words)
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      I I' BEDOK South. Blk. 53, can :ontra. High fir. Well kept, ameni•ies. MRT/ mkt. Pg. XXXXX328 ARN I 'I' BEDOK S. Blk. 43. Unblocksd. Can contra. Renovated. Marble fir. MktV food centre. 9590-1009 I 1' BEDOK S. Blk. 42. Dr.-to-dr. High fir. Renovated. Contra. Near MRT. OMH 9318-2806 1 (483 words)
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      8 T CORNER Blk. 51 Chai Chee. High fir. unblocked, windy. Near amenities. XXXXX940 LAP 8 T CORNER Bedok S. 171. Tastefully renovated. Near MRT/ amenities. Can contra. 9-XXXXX03 8 'I' CORNER Bedok S. Blk. 156. Well renovated. Unblocked. Valued S4O6K. XXXXX469 Rising 8 "17 4 *S' Blk. 605/146 Bedok (362 words)
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      494 HDB Apts For Sale (Bishan) DON'TIUIISS UNBLOCKED VIEWI GOOD location! 5 'I. Furn. High fir. Corner unit. Near amenities shops. View to offer. Pg. 9403-9565 ERA URGENTI 8 'I' corner, Shunfu blk. 310. High fir. Unblocked. Face S. Convenient. Valued $460 K. Can contra, $495K 0.n.0. XXXXX760 WB. VIEW (591 words)
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      494 HDB Apts For Sale (Bishan) 4 "A" BISHAN Blk. 113. MRT/ shops. Well kept. Chinese not eligible. Low price. XXXXX190 Aim 4 "A" BISHAN blk. 157, 100% renovated. Mkt./ sch. Greenery. Pg: 9-XXXXX26 Rajan, ERA. 4"A* BLK 144 Renovated, Windy, Central. View to believe. #08 $440 K. Pg: XXXXX750 (593 words)
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      496 HDB Apts For Sale (Bukit Batok) EXEC. MAIS. BT. Batok (Opp. MRT) near central. Beautiful interior. High fir. Pastoral view. Selling $565,000. Harvest, pg. XXXXX749 OWNER LEAVINOI BLK. 326. Lower exec. mais. Hugs layout/ balcony. Valued. Direct car porch. MRT. Best price. XXXXX789 HSR. [qTmSTTd' I HOUSE I 2-6PM. (606 words)
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      496 HDB Aptt For Sala (Bukit Batok) OPEN HSE. 8 'A'. Low cash! Bt. Batok W. Aye. 8. Near park/ amenities. Pg. 9511-4450 C&H OPEN HSE 2-6PM. 9/3/97. 4 'NG' corner 81k.239 #06-191. Can contra. View to offer. XXXXX429 DW SUN. OPEN HSE.! Exec. mais. Blk 142 #06, renovated, view (1009 words)
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      497 HDB Apts For Sale (Bt Merah/ Q'towrV Telok Blangah) 3% RM C Wealth Blk 94/ 97. 3rm corner Blk 86/ 89. 3rm Blk 76/ 80/ 87/ 89. Pg. 9-XXXXX95. F&W 3-RM. CWEALTH CLOSE blk. 88 Must sell! High flr., renovated Good buyl Don't missl XXXXX521 3%-RM. CORNER T. Blangah (802 words)
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      800 HDB Apts For Sale (Choa Chu Kang/ Bukit Panjang) JUST 8 YRS. I 5 'I' Pt. Blk 276 CCX.. Very high flr. Panoramic view. Near MRT, town ctr., sch., #5n 566-8886/ 9601-7575 Ruyi OPEN .HSE. 2 4pm. 5 'A' Blk. 3qi CvlCXentral. Extra big. 139 sqJn.JWeil renovated. 5 yrs. (965 words)
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      500 HDB Apts For Sale (Choa Chi< (Jang/ Bukit Panjang) 3 'A' BLK. 115 Pending m Low price. CC/ mkty LRT/ McdQjiald's. Ceramic fir. 9-XXXXX8fiM<wf 3 'A' TECK Whye Lane blk. 114/ 115. Mid. fir. N.S. facing: Move-in. Amenities. XXXXX166/ 3878^59 IP. 3 'A' TECK WHYE Aye tow fir. Move-in (935 words)
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      801 HDB Apts For Sale ionam {Clamanti/ Wat Coast) asaßßsaßssaasssss ABSOLUTELY NEW LISTING! 3 T Holland Dr. Valued $168 K. High fir. No contra. Need renovation. FRN XXXXX32 Sole agt. BEST LOCATION 3 'I' Blk. 3 1 Ghim Moh, high fir. Mins. to MRT/ school/ Poly. Can contra. Regn. Sep. (953 words)
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      501 HDB Apts For Sala (Clomanti/ Wast C —at) 4 'A' TOH Yi. Pl*^t#i«(novßted. Well kept. U§^kW View with no regret. Multiplex XXXXX126 4 'NO' CAN CdMf^^menti. Blk. 302, dr-to-dr fa \prcjjrt., near MRT/ mkt., move-ffjsi677»B64 agt. 4 'NG" CLBMENTVWast Blk. 712. Renovated. Windy. ■Well kept. Can contra. Pg. 9300-9870 (876 words)
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      502 HDB Apts For Sala (Geylang/Eunos/ Macpharson) 4 'S' ÜBI Blk. 348, mid fir. Simple, near amenities, can contra, S26BK neg. Pg. 9-XXXXX30 Relic 4 '87 4 'A' Übi Blk 349, 341, 352. High/ mid floor. No blocking. Windy. Near amenities. 9-XXXXX91 8 'I' JLN. Batu Blk. 10. Mid fir. (757 words)
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      504 HOB Apts For Sala (Hougang/ Serangoon/ Yio Chu Kang) 'S HOUSE SUN. 2-BPM. 3 'NG' blk. 401 Hougang Aye. 10. High fir. Marble fir. Feeing Ponggol Pk. Windy. XXXXX149/ XXXXX898 Sole Agt. I 'HOUSE r 2-BPM. EXEC. MAIS. Hougang blk. 633. High fir. 1600 sq.ft. Move m cond. Valued (822 words)
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      504 HDB Apts For Sato (Hougang/ Serangoon/ Yio Chu Kang) HOUGANG MAIS. BLK. 558, high fir, bright breezy. Amenities. 9304-8455 MV after tpm. HURRYII NEW LISTING 4-rms. b1k.406 Hougang. Dr. to dr. Marble fir. Well kept. Pg. XXXXX)946 CJ LOW CASH! 4 Blk. 686 Hougang. Amenities. F/renovated. Unblocked. Windy. 9-XXXXX07 (1091 words)
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      505 HDB Apts For Sato (Jurong) CORNER B T Jurong W. Blk. 814/ 930/ 944/ 977. Renovated. Mins. to mkt., sch. All races. Contra. $398K negll Co-broke 9-XXXXX48 ERA. EXEC. MAIS. JURONO East. Blk 336. Mid. fir. Lift level. Well maintained. Bright and windy. All races. Pg. Johnson 9-XXXXX65 ERA (1105 words)
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      505 HDB Apts For Sato (Jurong) 3-RM. BLK. 231 Jurong E. Near MRT/ mkt. Well kept, unblocked, good location. Pg: XXXXX175, ERA. 3-RM. BOON LAY Blk. 186, high fir. Pool view. Near MRT/ shpg. ctr./ mkt. Pg. XXXXX620 agt. 3-RM. BOON LAY blk. 185. Can contra. Well kept. Near mkt./ (1067 words)
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      510 HDB Apts For Sale (Marina Parade) 3-RM. MARINE TERRACE. Blk 6. Low fir. Marine Cresc. Blk 19, 34. High fir. Move-in cond. Pg: 9-XXXXX69/ 9-XXXXX27 BLK. 78, 4-RM. Marine Dr. Mid fir. Renovated. Near NTUC/ Parkway. Worth buy! XXXXX684 Jireh CASH S2BK ONLY. 5-rma. Marine Terr. High/ low fir. (780 words)
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      512 HDB Apts For Sala (Pasir Ris/ Changi) JUST B YRS.I Exec apt. 456 Pasir Ris/ 4 'A' corner Blk. 124, 113. High fir. Unblocked. 101% done, near MRT/ mkt. Pg. XXXXX188 ARN JUST B YRSI Pasir Ris corner exec, apt. Blk. 460. Park view, nicely renovated, high fir. Valued (789 words)
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      512 HDB Apts For Sala (Pasir Ris/ Changi) HURRYI 4 'A' PASIR Ris blk 102. Near all amenities. Valued S3ISK View to offer. 9492-4847 agt. LOW CASHI EXEC. Mais. Pasir Ris. High fir. Windy. Designer's deco. Amenities. LCH XXXXX716 LOW CASHI EXEC. Pasir Ris. MRT, renovated, move m cond. All (855 words)
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      TT'SBAjSTFTsair (Tampmss/ Hmsi) OP»N HOUSE TODAY 11am Ipm Exec. Maia. Blk. 229 Simei #0*202. Fully renovated. 3 rma. airopn. Kitchen cabinet designer deipr. Appt. to view pa. Aznari 9-XXXXX71/ 9-XXXXX44 ARY f.ND NEW COND. Exec. apt. pines (6 yrs.+) Huge 1604 c/w cosy 4-bdrm., 3 toilata. irb renovation. Tidy. F/aircon. (612 words)
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      514 HDB Apts For Sal* (Tampinas/ timal) 4 'A' BLK. 4868. High fir. amenities. Move-in. Unblocked. Facing E. Morn. sun. Can contra. Parties m Tampinea, pis, call XXXXX88 agt. 8 'A' CORNER. Open has. today 2-4pm. Blk. 411 Tampinea St 41. #05. Move-in. Near central/ MRT. Malay not eligible. XXXXX994 (821 words)
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      514 HDB Apts For Sal* (Tamplnas/ Simsi) TAMPINES BLK 840. Valued. Neer MRT/ Central Nicely renovated. No blockage. 9492-9712 HRE THE BEST 4 'A' blk 870. 3 'A' blk 846. Move m cond. Cheap. Can contra. Amenities. XXXXX470 agt. URGENT SALEM 4 'A' Tampines blk. 868 lift level, well kept. (1130 words)
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      516 HDB Apts For Sat* (Toa Payoh/ Potong Pasir) ENBLOC. TOA PAYOH. Priority for new 4/ 5 rma. at Toa Payoh MRT. 3 'I' Corner. Blk. 89. High floor. 200% beautifully renovated. $330 K. Pg. XXXXX339 Agent. ALL RACES. 3 T Blk. 18. T. Payoh. Renovated. Near amenities. Pg. 9-XXXXX90 (945 words)
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      817 HDB Apts For Sala 818 HDB Apts For Sala (WoodTanda/ (Yishun) Sambawang) WSasaOSSai^^SmS^^mm OPIiH uu. BY ap pt Yishun Ring iMooot and* it' i 'Nfi' Blk Road. Blk. 402. 4 rms. Naar MiiiaMW flr MBT s/000l Khools. High floor. Windy. All «h 4 JUS: p% I S^hSB oli <™ (1673 words)
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      818 HDB Apts For Sale (Yishun) 3 ■A" YISHUN Ring Rd. High flr. Naar MRT/ amenities. Well kept. Sale $218 K. Glsmo 9707-7125. 3 NO' SLK. 234. High flr. Amenities/ MRT/ Northpoint. View to offer. Call XXXXX801/ XXXXX379. 3 'NO' MA. 214. Open has. 1 3pm. 2 miis. to MRT/ (1096 words)
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      520 HDB Apts For Sale (Mixed/other Estatool coWuimnFiiLii) (ABO4M62BA> FLAT FOR SALE 31 JALAN BATU 4 3A TAMPINESSTII 113 4A HOUGANG 669 4A TAMPINES SCftg. 4A TAMPINES 271 4A YISHUN AYE 6 394 4A YISHUN ST 61 642 51 WOODLANDS 831 SI BISHAN ST. 22 242 51 BT. PANJANG 259 (607 words)
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      526 Private Apts Wanted (RenV Buy) the isS^TOWTmie. Act nowl Call EJ Yeuj»f>M^tBl. CONDa IKOUMED BY families. Near Orcba/d, Bt. Timah, East Coast QtrSrV Call XXXXX87 527 HUOC/HDBApts Wanted (Rent/ Buy( HflHpßppHßH| Jp>T||fM* H hbW ALBRIGHT REALTY NETWORK HDB HUDC SPECIALIST 3-rm. Value S26K-BSOM each 4-rm. Value 828K-SSSK cash 8-rm. (784 words)
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      527 HUOC/NOBApts Wanted (Rent/ bmp/| WANTED FOR READY MBBJBJ A.M. Kio/ Bishan/ ShunfiOßni Ming. Cash deposit 9707-qR, WANTED HDB PLATS 3/ V S^m. Sale/ rental. High price BejajJEM^ vice. Pis. call Kelvin 9-317-1652, •rrangesble. Owners selling 3/ 4- rm. HDB. (Any area) Call XXXXX712 3/ 4/ 8-RMS. HDB wanted f£buSg (749 words)
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      A well established CPA firm requires AUDIT SENIOR/ ASSISTANTS 'A' commerce/ Ngee Ann/ ACCA/ NTU 5-day week Near Outram MRT Short-term employment is also welcome Apply stating personal particulars expected salary to: 13A Teo Hong Road 8(XXXXX7) or call Mr. Y.P. Tan (8882-0408) for appt. Japans— apaeklno, Positions XXXXX-XXXXX Administrator (534 words)
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      684 Technical Positions 684 Technical Positions i Aircraft Inspectors We require two inspectors specified m Advisory Circular AC-AW-1/97. The first inspector will work m the Production area and be qualified as a CRS (Certificate of Release to Service) signatory. The qualifications are as follows: Applicants holding an appropriate Singapore Aircraft (654 words)
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      689 Other Position* 689 Othw Po»rtiont Established multinational co. spearhead m Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam and H.K looking for ambitious candidates to learn various aspects of import and distribution business; qur $1850++ C/V Management IVainees ABLE TO TRAVEL NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED AGE BELOW 30 CALL NIKKY: 749 1446 WANT TO 60 (634 words)
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      feflBoo-73iM166 Bakeries /Delicatessens 5 Catering 8 Food Courts 11 Food Items 14 Lounges /Discos /Pubs /Karaoke 17 Party Function Organisers 20 Restaurants/ Food Outlets 23 Take-Aways 30 Video /Games Arcades 33 Other Entertainment 36 (SfcH Wmrti) Antiques Collectors' Items 52 Aquariums 54 Arts 4 Crafts 56 Bicycles 58 Books /Magazines (640 words)
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      iwmmmmi i^whm Mr ami p* Property Financing /Insurance 432 ft Open Houses/ Show Units 433 DOl 08 City 4 South-West Houses-Sate 440 001- 08 Crty 4 South West PteApts-Sate 441 009- 10 Orchard/ Tangln /Holland Houses-Sate 445 009 10 Orchard Tangßn Holland PteApts-Sate 446 01 1 4 21 Newton /Bt (704 words)
  • SUNDAY plus
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      SUNDAY plus SGDFGD (3 words)
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      • LEE CHEE CHEW
      TOP GUNS HO KWON PING (Wah Chang Group) 'I run things pretty informally. The role of the CEO is to provide direction/ EDDIE LI (Eng Kong Holdings) 'Our ship is very tight. We are very demanding/ pCOpl.B (&T&} Singapore's top executives reveal their management style to Susan Long on Pages (76 words)
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      • Do first-borns make better CEOs? [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Do first-borns make better CEOs? SUSAN LONG LATER-BORNS who are tired of seeing their older siblings rule so many roosts will be cheered by Frank J. Sulloway's much-publicised theory that too many of their eldest siblings are m charge of the world's big corporations. After 26 years of research, the (536 words)
      • The first messes up, the others clean up [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • LILLIAN FOO
        The first messes up, the others clean up MS LALETHA NITHI YANANDAN, 37, managing director of Business Trends Personnel Consulting Group and BTI Consultants, which put at least 600 temporary and permanent office support staff to work m any one day. Birth order: Second child. She has a brother, who (553 words)
      • Brothers-iN-law who take the lead, naturally i [Articles + Illustrations]
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        • DENISE TAN
        Brothers-iN-law who take the lead, naturally i MR EDDIE LI, 45, executive chairman of Eng Kong Holdings, which launched its initial public offer of 20 million new ordinary shares recently on the stock exchange. Birth order: Fifth child m a family of six children. His eldest brother died at age (571 words)
      • Couldn't go to varsity; I was forced to succeed [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Couldn't go to varsity; I was forced to succeed DO FIRST-BORNS MAKE BETTER CEOs? MR DANNY TAN, 40, managing director of World of Sports, a sports goods chain. Birth order: First-born of a shipping firm storeman and housewife. He has one sister, who is three years younger and m the (579 words)
      • The eldest has to sacrifice for younger siblings [Articles + Illustrations]
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        The eldest has to sacrifice for younger siblings (|R HO KWON PSNG, 45, president of the Wan Chang Group, which deals m hotel afld property development, I agriculture and food products. I He is also chairman of Singapore Power. He was a journalist and later, I economics editor with the (588 words)
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        The TVaders Hotel Mar. 10 Mon. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mar. 1 1 Tues. 9 a.m. to sp.m. Temasek Room 2nd floor Admission Free Organized by: Patch Magic 355 Bt Tlmah Rd #07-01 Singapore XXXXX4 c MATERNITY \j> v\a futura mamma 1 I MAMMA^I.I!B|kIATERNITY #02-43 SpeSists' cS|i-e TEL: 235 (52 words)
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        More profiles on facing page J T)CTtANco'S Collections Selected items are discounted at 30% New Home owners! Looking for ethnic furniture to add that resort ambiance to your new home? Come to^ Defranco's right now, you may just find the piece of furniture you have been looking for. Free Consultation (135 words)
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        aiFTON RISE ESTATE KELMSCOn PERTH WESTERN AUSTRALIA The best Australian property is swinging your way. H?* 1 1 >^ *> tf S aJHW Sales Exhibition In j.^l LWi?S^I Lv j^ HtaiVll 199* I XXXXX85 Exfcls424 <JH _^gjfi HaajajajaMßjpjaß»wMp»wß»wj»^w^»yTy** u 1 J ~>i~* :aa *f^B ß^P^^B^. smoapora Maruonfl aqmic fl i (104 words)
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        • ADAM LEE
        Tough, but rewarding to care for ill Dad SUMIKO TAN On Sunday TWO years and eight months ago, my father had a stroke. One day he was healthy, the next he was helpless. He was 65, retired, and was just learning to use the computer. The stroke killed his sense (1184 words)
      • Everyone could do with at least one good clone [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Everyone could do with at least one good clone BILL TAMMEUS THE outcry over the possibility that humans can be cloned is baffling. It strikes me as a perfectly wonderful idea, and I'm glad the recent announcement of the cloning of an adult sheep m Scotland has raised the issue (646 words)
      • Cleopatra's back in action [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Cleopatra's back in action SANDI TAN They Call Her Cleopatra Wong. Dynamite Johnson. What has happened to the stars of these two early home-grown movies? 'The ad said: 'Are you sexy, seductive and smart?', and I thought: I'm not sure about the first two but I think I have a (804 words)
      • Karate Kid now tackles banking in Vietnam [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Karate Kid now tackles banking in Vietnam THE Majestic Theatre will screen They Call Her Cleopatra Wong and Dynamite Johnson as a charity double-bill during the Singapore International Film Festival on Friday, April 11 at 7 pm, as part of its Singapore Rediscovered programme. Both Doris Young and Johnson Yap (562 words)
      • Bye bye, baby [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Bye bye, baby Kandang Kerbau Hospital says goodbye to its 138-year-old site today. STEPHANIE YEOW JEROME MING take a last look at a place that will always be remembered for its baby faces. XX first operated as a maternity hospital m 1924, and since then, its wards have welcomed more (264 words)
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      • From swords and skewers to restaurant dish [Articles + Illustrations]
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        From swords and skewers to restaurant dish MAGDALENE LUM SAT AY is believed to have originated from the Middle East. In the olden days, the Arabs served their meat on swords, and the nomadic people of the region would barbecue their meat on metal skewers over open fires. The concept (372 words)
      • Satay Club name booked by Esplanade [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Satay Club name booked by Esplanade WONG AH YOKE WELL before The Esplanade re-opens m the year 2001, it has already "choped" the Satay Club. Singapore's first arts hub, Theatres On The Bay, is making sure that it has more than the cluster of performance venues people expect it wants (881 words)
      • SATAY CLUBS IN THE PAST [Articles]
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        SATAY CLUBS IN THE PAST THE Satay Club started m the late '40s, m a short thoroughfare off Beach Road, between the old Marlborough Theatre and the Singapore Volunteer Corps HQ, now the SAP precinct. Known as Hoi How Road, that thoroughfare has since been erased through redevelopment. Straits Times (200 words)
      • Ancient Foochow dish unveiled [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Ancient Foochow dish unveiled NANCY KOH As she prepares her chicken m red wine dish, Madam Scow Geok Fong cooks by instinct, not precise measurements, making it look so easy. CHEAP AND GOOD COME into my kitchen, she said, and proceeded to cook the "chicken m red wine" dish as (1005 words)
      • Bukhara cuisine now at Clarke Quay [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Bukhara cuisine now at Clarke Quay MAH KAN KENG EAT OUT BORN on the plains of Central Asia m the 7th century, t-t, the north-western frontier cuisine of Bukhara has made ,> i its way to a cosy restaurant at Clarke Quay. Bukhara, which was officially opened three weeks ago, (651 words)
      • Delicious way to get on a roll [Articles]
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        Delicious way to get on a roll MAGDALENE LUM BITES LOVERS of aromatic cinnamon rolls can check out a new outlet called Cinnaroll Singapore at Parco Bugis Junction. Opened recently, it is the second company here to specialise m the rolls after Saint Cinnamon started its franchise business here last (484 words)
      • Reptiles, wrecks and roads of sand [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Reptiles, wrecks and roads of sand PASSPORT: Singapore residents require a visa to Australia as a tourist. CURRENCY: You pay Ssl.lo for every Asl. I flj CLIMATE: Queensland enjoys year-round warm weather. Best time to visit is m winter or spring, from August to mid-October. FACILITIES: Five resorts and eight (1718 words)
      • The art of pricing [Articles + Illustrations]
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        The art of pricing LEONG WENG KAM INCONSISTENCIES are a fact of life m how art works are priced. For example, Singaporean artist Tan Chin Chin, 31, has been generating a lot of interest. Her big, mixed-media work on canvas fetches up to $20,000 at galleries here. Last year, her (1029 words)
      • Ong Kim Seng's early works sold for $120 [Articles + Illustrations]
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        Ong Kim Seng's early works sold for $120 GUIDELINES on the pricing of artworks here will help prevent buyers from overpaying, and the newly-formed Art Galleries Association Singapore should take the lead m this, says Mr Gim Ng from Shenn's Fine Art. Mr Ng, who is also a member of (502 words)
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        Padang meha parklands offers a fine ■Ra^ipr LIVING EXPERIENCE PLUS HIGH VALUE APPRECIATION "^■^uBHBT 5,200 ACRES OF FREEHOLD LUSH PARKLANDS kulim.malaysia JUST 15 MINUTES FROM PENANG ISLAND J% flwm Padang Meha Parklands m Kulim, Kedah. WM QgH^Q39 our Parklands is jJMife IB A low-density superbly planned township I readily accessible. (470 words)
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        WHAT THE STARS MEAN: Excellent Very good Good Above average OK* Actual size With Memo Jazz™, the new FLEX™ pager from Motorola, you could just key m the name and the telephone number of that place up there. That's got to be better than writing it down on a piece (113 words)
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        SINGAPORE HOTEL ASSOCIATION TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CENTRE SH ATECtakes You |Hb^ F/\Rand I iU 2 SHATEC GRADUATES HOLD KEY POSITIONS 2 Just within 1 2 years, key positions m the hotel and tourism industry m Singapore are h£ld by EL b a large number of SHATEC graduates. No other hotel (553 words)
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        Fa new definition of style mA > Cellini creations will add a vibrant, ft colourful dimension to your life. Our award- winning furniture is I designed to give your home a unique mark of contemporary Jgv quality that will redefine M i fm mk the word style. V fL it (206 words)
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        Non-stop laughs K^^ If 4y **mr\ 1A jfl 9 -^J^i R^ 111 lII* s^B^^^-fT^j ft BF I 1 A >5k 2 ffltT I I Ti^H Bvr i^Br^^flbi B I B HbBT I JULIET^ BiNocinM|^^^^HH yJ^HfIH WILLEM Hb raWl DAFOE BbSHEIiB I^DTCXT\I P^b^Tt^^b'^l^Tt^ 1 tVlxlalllN |_^g^yjmyj iPttfwCMgWggncWi v v^" mitlrViErPll I (56 words)
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        MOW IHOWINO THI MOST UNUtUAI LOVI ITOKY IVIH HLMID... MOW I W O ,^^__E IT !S THE ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR! Momenbt...tbat bring iv together, MomcnU...tbat take iv apart ?7\ M »u*d (2<o-«v*«£, lf||| Salman Khan Karlchma Kapoor Rwnbht BP^^w ■j^'ANILICAKKaB Bfe, jOu?y>&\.li<n%4... I^HKI^l dl J Cvovindsi VB B^ml P«B (136 words)
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        Bii;i^^i;j^ii>rr^J| TRADmONAL CHINESE STREET OPERA Clarke Quay's Gas Lamp Square. Every Wed, Thu and Fri: 7.45 8.30 pm. The Chinese Theatre Circle performs excerpts of famous Cantonese opera such as Monkey God, Romance Of The Three Kingdoms and Picking The Jade Bracelet. With English and Chinese subtitles. Free. NAC-ESSO CONCERT (331 words)
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        (adults), $1.50 (children and senior citizens). LETS CELEBRATE! Children's Discovery Gallery, National Museum. Till April 6. The Gallery is closed to the public during school visits (Tue Fri: 10 am noon and 2 4 pm). Volunteers will be on hand to guide visitors through the exhibition on Saturdays and Sundays (351 words)
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        What's On Today 1 Jri Vk. J^f j Wite i j&%^ I BJi iJL a a k C* 9 W w*^Hb J^E *^.*«lB#iiß r^m i I M w. *Vw^fl Swirling dances, colourful costumes, soothing music FOR an afternoon treat of Japanese mv- nation and promoting traditional folk sic and dance, (707 words)
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        MATH ENRICHMENT COURSE Mont Creative World, 154 West Coast Road 81-40/41 Ginza Plaza. For Xl to Primary 4 students. Conducted by Ms Fan Shih Tan, principal of Mont Creative World For details, call 773-2031. ■■■KHinnSlElluH SINGAPORE ZOO Mandai Lake Road. Dally: 8.30 am 6 pm Admission: $4.60 (for children) and (760 words)
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        day: 10 am. Includes beach volleyball, fun fair stalls, champagne brunch, wakeboarding and live non-stop DJ music. For details, page Clifford on 9314-7814. EMI SINGAPORE AND FM 93.3 CHARITY DRIVE In their commitment to help the less fortunate, EMI Singapore and FM 93.3 have organised a charity drive jointly to (687 words)
    • Entertainment
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        Why Triple 9 is now a quick draw SUSAN LONG bfgh bn Viewer peeves Will someone tell us what that was about? Strange, unexplained plots like the Kua Chee murder case, m which, at the end, a passion for melon seeds fed the killer instinct. All-over-the-place accents Inspector Mike Chin's (837 words)
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        This Week THEATRE/DANCE SIDDHARTHA The Substation's Guinness Theatre, 45 Armenian Street. Tue March 19: 8 pm. Aidapted from Hermann Hesse's novella. Presented by Asia-in-Theatre Research Centre. Directed by William Teo. Tickets: $1 5 from The Substation (tel: 337-7800), Wisma Atria (tel: 235-2 103) and Botticelli salon (Lucky Plaza, tel: 732-1609). (758 words)
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        Your stars Rely on your ARIES Early week LIBRA this will steer you m the right direction, phase related to work and this could lead to Mid-week, opportunities to have fun will be romance. Mid-week, you are at your most coming m from all sides so be selective. Late cooperative (833 words)
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        lIJIII id I fk P^UTT""" I GoldieHawn Bette Midler Diane Keaton r^^WBBBBBJBBBii"^"^ <^HM ll f A Ifl6 '^H^BBBBtek. <^"^"^ BnVl aT^^B a fHm 8y IWn Burton I o^*9 (aH^a^flamflßßanßal EBBJHk f**%*itetL~i~s a^ii<^ju i J I BbubbT a. S BBB\ f 'It/ bit full niK I Bjpy^^M yH I ■nflnßMßjnnßPn|Binpßßßj#9np|HM I (206 words)
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        UDOICtCPIfX CAPITCX WJItONG S MARINE PARADE CENTRAi 4^ CHWAIOWN COMPUX LEVEL 5 SHAW HOUS6 1 STAMFORD RD -UXXXXX W CHINATOWN PONT XXXXX24 XXXXXJ0 rnnr 535 3W2 EVTIAIPGI 12:45-3:15-6:15-8:45 THE ENGUSH PATIENT RiAj 1 QH 1 1:00 -1:30 -4:00- 6:30 KIDS&SOUWKSJPGI 10:45-200-5:15-81(1 Hb7«l >I TTTTTbSI 123 23 kamasutrariai MARS ATTACKS! (PG) (867 words)
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