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The Sunday Times August 13, 2000 92 Pages m four parts MITA (P) 033/12/1999 Mi A Singapore Press Holrlings publication OO cents

Geylang Serai market fire may be arson [ARTICLE]

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Geylang Serai market fire may be arson YEOH EN-LAI The blaze last August is 'incendiary', says ENV' Bu A LATE-NIGHT fire which gutted 23 stalls at the Geytang Serai wet market last year may have been caused by arson. The Ministry of the Envi- ronment (ENV) said the August 10

Worker hacked at bottom of wall [ARTICLE]

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Worker hacked at bottom of wall KARA M JIT KAUR IMM WALL COLLAPSE '<'/ A PARTITION wall which collapsed and killed one shopper and injured four others at the IMM Building on Friday was being hacked away at the bottom, m violation of safety guidelines. And the worker who was

Taxman's haul set for all-time high [ARTICLE]

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Taxman's haul set for all-time high NARANDRA AGGARWAL Tax revenue for the first half of the year went up by $3 billion, boosted by an economy m top gear. And people are simply spending more By THE Government collected a whopping $15.5 billion m tax revenue m the first half

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4-D THEFT: Carpenter steals colleague's 4-D tickets and cashes top-prize money of a total of $254,000 page 3 NEIGHBOUR vs NEIGHBOUR B5W SP HaRRW.fi lfl£ F W V aRa? tRRRRW M Lf > TS rfl k2 I j^Bw aRRRRR* J Iw^aVaVallBfe^ 1 5 •ill II "SHE IS FROM CHINA, WE

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PRIME NEWS

Recovery is real despite worrying signs: BG Lee [ARTICLE]

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Recovery is real despite worrying signs: BG Lee Confirming healthy economic-growth figures, DPM says some workers are being retrenched because older industries are being restructured ECONOMY: Restructuring too 'The answer is that the figures are real. But the economy is not only trowing, it is also restructuring, o not all

Eyeball hits the streets with a bang [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Eyeball hits the streets with a bang 'WE NIL NOT BE CONTROVERSIAL FOR THE SAKE OF IT/ Project Eyeball editor Bertha Henson PROJECT Eyeball, Singapore's first new daily newsf>aper m 12 years, was aunched with much fanfare at Orchard Road yesterday. Singapore Press Holdings showcased its 11th newspaper, which was

Phenol all-clear signal for fish farms [ARTICLE]

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Phenol all-clear signal for fish farms IT IS now safe to eat fish from the 25 farms m the Johor Straits, Pulau Übin and Lovang areas. The Agri-food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) also lifted the suspension on the harvesting and sale of fish from these farms yesterday. On Thursday, the

'Buyers' club' go to Thailand for HIV drugs [ARTICLE]

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'Buyers' club' go to Thailand for HIV drugs WENDY TAN At least 10 patients here benefit from the group's efforts, which depend on connections with Thai doctors and pharmacies to get cheaper medicine '11 A GROUP of Singaporeans have formed a "buyers' club" to import anti-HlV drugs from Thailand, at

Powering their way into race [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Powering their way into race NONE of them are built like Superman but, come Aug 21. these six Singaporeans will find out if they are made of steel. Team Singapore Power will compete against 75 other teams m Eco-Challenge 2000, possibly the world's toughest expedition race. The team leaves for

Carpenter stole colleague's 4-D winners [ARTICLE]

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Carpenter stole colleague's 4-D winners TICKET THEFT CARPENTER Chong Yoon Hun, 29, couldn't believe his luck when his two 4-D tickets, bearing the number 5581, won the top prize m last week's draw. He and three other colleagues had bet $102 on it, which meant that they had won $254,000.

Indonesian Constitution change stalls [ARTICLE]

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Indonesian Constitution change stalls ROBERT GO The military blocks an attempt to remove a citizenship clause which, some say, discriminates against ethnic minorities such as the Chinese By STKAITS TIMES INDONESIA BUREAU It is time to create greater equality. Activist and lawyer Frans Winarta, on less discrimination against the ethnic

TV presenter charged with pouring hot water on maid [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TV presenter charged with pouring hot water on maid ELENA CHONG Abuse allegations ZAHARALateef faces up to 7 1 2 years' jail and a fine for causing hurt with a heated substance. For the slapping charge, she can be fined up to $1,500 and jailed for up to 18 months.

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WORLD

More than 1,000 Israeli high-flyers want to play secret agent in Mossad [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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More than 1,000 Israeli high-flyers want to play secret agent in Mossad ABRAHAM RABINOVICH The economy m Israel is booming, yet super-secret spy agency Mossad has attracted many highly-qualified men and women for its modest-paying jobs By INIKRISAIKM AT A time when Israel's economy is flying high, more than 1,000

Madonna gives birth to baby No. 2 three weeks early [ARTICLE]

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Madonna gives birth to baby No. 2 three weeks early NEW YORK Singer Madonna gave birth to a baby boy, Rocco, on Friday, some three weeks earlier than expected, her publicist announced here. "English film director Guy Ritchie and Madonna are delighted to announce the birth of their son, Rocco

'Homeless' in Paris [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Homeless' in Paris I HAD TO SNOW MY BANK ACCOUNT BECAUSE I WAS ONLY STARTING TO WORK AND I HAD TO ASK MY BROTHER TO BACK ME UP. THE PLACE WAS A MESS, BUT I HAD NO CHOICE. I CAME, I SAW, AND I TOOK.' A teacher who had to

They wanted me to bare my life to them [ARTICLE]

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They wanted me to bare my life to them Criselda Yabes Tenant Says: AI MOST 40 per cent of tenants are single and under 30. More thanlialf are couples, with or without children, whether married or not. Those who are not married are often asked to write down a brief

What will happen when a tenant cheats? [ARTICLE]

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What will happen when a tenant cheats? Criselda Yabes Landlord Says: A LANDLORD'S idea of a perfect tenant is someone with a monthly pay cheque of three times the rent, and m addition to that, a written guarantee backed with income tax papers from parents or any relatives who will

DATELINE ASIA

Thai teen star back in the spotlight [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Thai teen star back in the spotlight James East Til A I LAN D TATA YOUNG FINDS NEW LABEL THAI teen superstar Tata Young is finally back m the spotlight, and not before time. For months, rumours have been swirling through the music industry about her search for a new

HYGIENE PRODUCT AD UPSETS FANS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HYGIENE PRODUCT AD UPSETS FANS Luz Baguioro V I Ll PPIN E S FORMER Miss Universe first runner-up Miriam Quiambao has been ribbed for endorsing a product deemed a little too intimate for comfort a popular brand of feminine wash. "When they offered it to me, I immediately said yes

TIP FOR BETTER WRITING: USE PENS [ARTICLE]

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TIP FOR BETTER WRITING: USE PENS Hau Boon Lai A I' A N BESTSELLING mystery author Jiro Akagawa has a tip for would-be authors write m felt-tip pens, preferably of the 0.8 mm kind. He said that his choice was arrived at after experimenting with all kinds of pens when

ACTRESS' CLOTHES GO UP IN SMOKE [ARTICLE]

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ACTRESS' CLOTHES GO UP IN SMOKE Wan Hamidi Hamid M A L AYSI A WHO would have thought that model-turned-actress Nina Juren, famous for her role m local drama Idaman, would be upset to shop for new clothes? She recently went to pick up her clothes from a launderette m

TUNG WANTS TO GO TO DISNEYWORLD [ARTICLE]

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TUNG WANTS TO GO TO DISNEYWORLD Loh Hui Yin HONGKONG HONGKONG Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa, who is facing sharp criticism about his leadership, was asked by his eldest son what he would really like to do most. Mr Tung's reply was simple: "Take my eldest granddaughter to Disneyworld. 1

Clinton stealing limelight? [ARTICLE]

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Clinton stealing limelight? US President shrugs off talk that he is taking some shine off Vice-President Gore ahead of the Democratic National Convention, which starts tomorrow LATEST POLL: Gore trails Bush in surveys but gap narrowing WASHINGTON US Vice-President Al Gore trails Republican George W. Bush m the race for

Student cheats, but still gets to be doctor [ARTICLE]

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Student cheats, but still gets to be doctor ALFRFD LEE The British Medical Association is outraged that the medical student was allowed to qualify to practise after she had been caught cheating By, HOW FAIR IS THIS? 'Fair play and honesty have been made monkeys of. In future, perhaps we

WORLD FILE

INDIAN KIDNAPPER ISSUES NEW DEMANDS [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN KIDNAPPER ISSUES NEW DEMANDS THE Indian authorities were yesterday considering a new set of political demands made by the country's most-wanted outlaw to free a kidnapped film star. The chief ministers of the southern states ot Tamil Nadu and Karnataka said they were examining the four new demands made

2 CHARGED IN U.S. GREEN CARD FRAUD [ARTICLE]

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2 CHARGED IN U.S. GREEN CARD FRAUD THE United States charged two Virginia men on Friday on 61 counts of conspiracy and fraud for stealing millions of dollars from 270 foreigners who wanted to obtain US citizenship by investing m the country. The US State Department alleged that the two

IRAQ, SYRIA RESUME TRAIN SERVICES [ARTICLE]

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IRAQ, SYRIA RESUME TRAIN SERVICES TRAIN services between Iraa and Syria resumed on Friday for the first time since 1981, the official INA news agency said. Ties between Iraq and Syria, which are governed by rival branches of the Baath Party, were severed m 1981 because Syria backed Iran m

TAMIL TIGER LEADER AMONG 17 KILLED [ARTICLE]

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TAMIL TIGER LEADER AMONG 17 KILLED A TOP commander was among 17 Tamil Tiger rebels killed Dy government troops fighting to keep control of Sri Lanka's embattled north-east, a government spokesman said on Friday. Maravan, who led the intelligence wing of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) m the

RUSSIAN BOMB BLAST TOLL RISES TO 10 [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIAN BOMB BLAST TOLL RISES TO 10 TWO more people died overnight of tneir injuries from Tuesday's bomb attack m a Moscow underpay, taking the death toll to 10, Russian news agencies reported yesterday. A total of 97 people were hurt m the explosion, many of them suffering from burns.

Kashmir's pain exposed [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Kashmir's pain exposed NEW DELHI The plan behind Wednesday's twin blasts m Srinagar was so effective that it brought the immediacy of the pain of Kashmir into the drawing rooms of millions across the country and abroad. Television crews, converging on the building where the initial grenade attack had taken

Where does India go from here? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Where does India go from here? NIRMAL GHOSH Some politicians are urging a more aggressive approach to the Kashmiri militants, but New Delhi knows the only way forward is through dialogue NEWS ANALYSIS ISDIA CORRESPO\I)E\T NEW DELHI While the strain spawned by the recent explosion of violence m Kashmir is

Space station trip in store for game show winner [ARTICLE]

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Space station trip in store for game show winner MOSCOW Survivor lovers, brace yourselves. The re-ality-television game show rage may climax with the winning contestant m a spin-off series blasting off for a stay aboard Russia's Mir space station. Mr Mark Burnett, producer of the wildly successful Survivor television series,

8 hurt in lift mishap [ARTICLE]

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8 hurt in lift mishap NEW YORK Eight people were injured on Friday when an elevator at the World Trade Centre carrying 12 people lurched past its destination and nit the roof of the elevator shaft. It overshot the 78th floor and lunged about 7 m, stopping only when it

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EAST ASIA

Ghost shows 'scaring children' [ARTICLE]

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Ghost shows 'scaring children' Parents rail against feast of such programmes m Taiwan, which have made their kids scared of the dark and is encouraging 'ghostspeak' TAIPEI Taiwanese parents and teachers are complaining that too many television programmes about ghosts is breeding an unhealthy fear of the dark among children,

UNFORGIVABLE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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UNFORGIVABLE 2 hurt after police attack striking Korean doctors SEOUL Riot police wielding sticks charged thousands of striking doctors at a university campus here yesterday, injuring at least two of them, witnesses said. The two injured, one bleeding profusely from the head, were seen taken to a nearby hospital by

Sunken warships in new battle [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sunken warships in new battle LARRY TEO Larry Teo SALVAGE FIRM VS GOVERNMENT *1L Heroic end ONE of the four warships sunk was the Zhiyuan, which means aspiration, made famous m Chinese history by its commander Deng Shichang, who tried to ram it into a Japanese warship when he realised

N. Korea to develop economic zone [ARTICLE]

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N. Korea to develop economic zone Souths Hyundai group strikes deal with Pyongyang to build industrial park near Kaesong, but doubts remain over the financing of the project SEOUL North Korea is to develop a special economic zone with South Korea's Hyundai group near the demilitarised zone (DMZ) dividing the

HK arson attack claims its first lives [ARTICLE]

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HK arson attack claims its first lives Immigration officer and right-of-abode seeker die from burns HONGKONG Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa called for calm yesterday after a mainland Chinese migrant and a Hongkong immigration officer died from injuries suffered m a blaze set last week m a confrontation at the

EAST ASIA FILE

SIX SUSPECTED KIDNAPPERS CAUGHT [ARTICLE]

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SIX SUSPECTED KIDNAPPERS CAUGHT CHINESE police have arrested six suspects and recovered nearly HK$3 million (XXXXX,000) m ransom money m the kidnap of a Hongkong businessman last month, it was reported yesterday. The businessman, surnamed Cheng, was abducted on July 14 and freed thai afternoon after his wife paid the

OFFICERS UNDER PROBE FOR COVER-UP [ARTICLE]

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OFFICERS UNDER PROBE FOR COVER-UP NIIGATA prefectural police officials said they had served prosecuting papers on 11 serving and former police officers. They were suspected of covering up speeding violations of 31 police officers and their acquaintances, reported Japan's Asahi Shimbun yesterday.

U.S. SUMS CURBS ON DALAI LAMA [ARTICLE]

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U.S. SUMS CURBS ON DALAI LAMA THE United States has criticised organisers of a religious world summit m New York next month tor inviting the Dalai Lama to attend just its closing, and not the entire event. "We are deeply disappointed that the summit organisers took the decision not to

CHINA'S TIES WITH PANAMA WORSEN [ARTICLE]

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CHINA'S TIES WITH PANAMA WORSEN ALREADY irritated by Panama's refusal to break ties with Taiwan, Chinese officials say complaints by Chinese investors of being harassed by immigration officials are further hindering relations. AP

ANHUI SEES WORST DROUGHT IN YEARS [ARTICLE]

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ANHUI SEES WORST DROUGHT IN YEARS MORE than 6.4 million people m east China's Annui province, a major grain producer, are doing their Dest to combat the worst drought m 50 years. Severe drought began to hit the province m June due to long periods of hot weather ana no

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SOUTH-EAST ASIA

Rebel threat continues... [ARTICLE]

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Rebel threat continues... IN WEST TIMOR UN staff flee JAKARTA Two UN agencies on Saturday pulled most of their foreign staff out of the West Timor border town of Atambua, a day after proJakarta militia encircled and threatened their offices, UN officials said. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

20 die after Christian cult clashes with police [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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20 die after Christian cult clashes with police IN SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES Members attack policemen during an arrest attempt, forcing them to open fire. Three of the troops and one civilian are among those killed ZAMBOANGA (Philippine.;) Police and Christian cultists clashed m the southern Philippines after authorities tried to arrest

REGIONAL FILE

WILD BOARS ATTACK INDONESIAN VILLAGE [ARTICLE]

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WILD BOARS ATTACK INDONESIAN VILLAGE HUNDREDS of wild boars, angered by a successful hunt, attacked an Indonesian village, seriously injuring two residents. Around 200 wild boars descended from a nearby mountain m the "revenge attack" on the Gunung Wuled hamlet m central Java. The Jakarta Asia News Network

THAILAND NETS $37M FROM DRUG CASES [ARTICLE]

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THAILAND NETS $37M FROM DRUG CASES THAILAND'S Narcotics Control Board has seized 859 million baht (SS37 million) from 961 drug cases since the Forfeiture of Assets and Conspiracy Law took effect eight years ago, the Bangkok Post said yesterday.

CAMBODIA TO REVOKE SOME PASSPORTS [ARTICLE]

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CAMBODIA TO REVOKE SOME PASSPORTS CAMBODIA is to revoke thousands of diplomatic passports after grumbles from its neighbours about the large number of Cambodian travellers avoiding visa fees and long queues at airport arrival nails. All diplomatic passports will become invalid on Jan 1, 2001, and new ones will be

VIET FILMS BACK AT SWISS FESTIVAL [ARTICLE]

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VIET FILMS BACK AT SWISS FESTIVAL AFTER a seven-year absence, Vietnam has returned to the screens of Sv. itzerland's prime film festival as one of four Asian contenders for this year's international trophy. AFP

SIX QUESTIONED FOR BRITON'S MURDER [ARTICLE]

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SIX QUESTIONED FOR BRITON'S MURDER POLICE briefly detained and questioned six men yesterday m connection with the rape-murder of Welsh backpacker Christy Jones m Chiangmai. Three British nationals, two Australians and a Thai tour guide were questioned and released, the Bangkok Post reported.

DIPLOMAT HURT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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DIPLOMAT HURT Now no one wants his job Few candidates want Mr Leonides Caday 's job as envoy m Jakarta and for the time being, the 70-year-old man is still making the decisions MANILA The bombing m Jakarta which caused massive injuries to Philippines Ambassador Leonides Caday has scared off

POLITICIAN ACCUSED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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POLITICIAN ACCUSED But government stands by her MANILA The presidential palace has dismissed suggestions linking 1 ourism Secretary Gemma Cruz- Araneta to international terrorist Osama bin Laden through a charity organisation which he allegedly uses as a front to fund rebel activity m the southern Philippines. While Executive Secretary Ronaldo

POLITICIAN PROBED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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POLITICIAN PROBED Thai Speaker the latest target BANGKOK The Election Commission (EC) will investigate poll fraud allegations against the speaker of the newly elected Senate, the latest politician to run afoul of a national anti-corruption drive. The complaint was filed just one day after Mr Sanit Worapanya officially assumed office

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Just how much power did Gus Dur give up? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Just how much power did Gus Dur give up? SUSAN SIM President's move to share power appears to have been a tactical retreat, as Megawati continues to administrate, not control JX IXIK>XESIACOHHESI'OX!)EXT JAKARTA Just when his critics thought he had run out of manoeuvring room, President Abdurrahman Wahid appears to

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WOMEN KNOW BEST HOW TO CRITICISE [ARTICLE]

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WOMEN KNOW BEST HOW TO CRITICISE THE Reform faction is perhaps the staunchest critic of President Abdurrahman Wahid/ That is why they picked a woman to read out their stinging response to the Presidents progress re?»ort on Tuesday, Reform action speaker Nurdiati Akmal said on Friday. She said her faction

AKBAR HIRES PERSONAL MASSEUR [ARTICLE]

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AKBAR HIRES PERSONAL MASSEUR MASSAGE is widely prescribed to relieve strained muscles resulting from a strenuous workout. House of Representatives Speaker Akbar Tandjung also chose this traditional therapy. He hired a special masseur especially for the annual session of the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR). Masseur Sugi Mustopha is staying at

SPEAKER MAKES SURE HIS HAIR IS IN PLACE [ARTICLE]

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SPEAKER MAKES SURE HIS HAIR IS IN PLACE WOULD you like to know why House of Representatives Speaker Akbar Tandjung always looks so neat? He keeps a small silver comb inside his trousers and uses it before making a public appearances. He unintentionally revealed one of his best-kept secrets on

MPR SUMMED FOR MILITARY FACTION [ARTICLE]

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MPR SUMMED FOR MILITARY FACTION THE Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation became the latest organisation on Friday to criticise the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) for its reluctance to end military and police representation m the legislative body. Foundation vice-chair-man Munir said the use of ambiguous language about the Indonesian military's (TNI)

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Former Selangor MB's friend lying low [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Former Selangor MB's friend lying low WAN HAMIDI HAMID Whereabouts of Chinese man who converted to Islam and allegedly the father of boy remains a mystery. He is said to be avoiding media glare By i\ ktu.Al.l MPIR 'Poisonous letter' A POISON-PEN letter has been circulating since the Umno general

People are jealous, says official's wife [ARTICLE]

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People are jealous, says official's wife SHAH ALAM The former Selangor Mentri Besar's wife, Datin Sen Wan Noor Daud, said certain people had launched a smear campaign against her husband because they were jealous of his position. "If they are so hard up for the position, they can nave it,"

Leave my father alone, pleads daughter [ARTICLE]

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Leave my father alone, pleads daughter SHAH ALAM The family of former Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Abu Hassan Omar yesterday appealed for a stop to speculations on his resignation. Ms Nora Abu Hassan, his eldest child, said following her father's resignation that the family should be allowed to lead

Computer ownership plan draws 70,000 [ARTICLE]

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Computer ownership plan draws 70,000 Under the programmer those with children aged 10 and above can take up to RM3,500 from the Employees Provident Fund for IT purchases SPREADING LITERACY EPF contributors with children aged 10 and above are allowed to withdraw EPF savings up to RM3,500t0 purchase a personal

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ARTS FEST TO GET WHIFF OF HOLLYWOOD [ARTICLE]

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ARTS FEST TO GET WHIFF OF HOLLYWOOD DESIGNER Giorgio Armani and Hollywood actress Sophia Loren will be among 500 people attending the inaugural Langkawi International Festival of Arts (Lifa) m October. The 10-day festival, which is scheduled to start on Oct 26 vill also showcase works by several international painters,

JOB VACANCIES: 72,764 REGISTERED [ARTICLE]

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JOB VACANCIES: 72,764 REGISTERED A TOTAL of 72JP4 job vacancies were registered with the Human Resources Ministry between Jan 1 and Aug 5, according to its latest Labour Market Report. It said the number of vacancies could be higher as it is not compulsory for employers to report vacancies to

UMNO YOUTH TO TRAIN LEADERS [ARTICLE]

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UMNO YOUTH TO TRAIN LEADERS THE Umno Youth Movement will set up a youth leadership acaoVmy to produce trained leaders. Umno Youth chief Datuk Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said the academy will also serve as a centre for research, and be set ud m Bangsar. Bernama

STREETLIGHTS FOR 20,187 KAMPUNGS [ARTICLE]

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STREETLIGHTS FOR 20,187 KAMPUNGS A TOTAL of 20,187 kampungs throughout Malaysia will be provided with streetlights early next year. The programme will cost RM95.3 million (5543.4 million), said Rural Development Minister Datuk Azmi Khalid. Bernama

TEEN TRIES TO RAPE YOUNGER SISTER [ARTICLE]

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TEEN TRIES TO RAPE YOUNGER SISTER A 15-YEAR-OLD student who allegedly tried to rape his nine-year-old sister was charged with causing grievious hurt m a juvenile court m Butterworth on Thursday. The Sun reported that the boy allegedly tried throttling the gin while attempting to rape her when they were

SARAWAK LETS OFF TRANSVESTITES [ARTICLE]

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SARAWAK LETS OFF TRANSVESTITES THE Sarawak Islamic Council has decided not to take action against organisers and Muslim participants of the Miss Malaysia 2000 Transvestite contest held last week. The contest had 20 transvestites participating, some of whom were Muslims. Such contests have been disallowed m several Malaysian states. New

CONCERN OVER SMUT IN SCHOOLS [ARTICLE]

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CONCERN OVER SMUT IN SCHOOLS SECONDARY school heads have been reminded to keep an eye on students reading smut and to confiscate them, according to a report m The Sun yesterday. Director-general of education Datuk Seri Dr Abdul Shukor Abdullah was responding to the National Union of the Teaching Profession,

Market where Mahathir worked will be tourist spot [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Market where Mahathir worked will be tourist spot KUALA LUMPUR A Malaysian market where Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad began his working life as a stallholder will be turned into a tourist attraction. Culture, Arts and Tourism Minister Datuk Abdul Kadir Sheik Fadzir said it was m Pekan

Illegal cigarettes worth $728,000 seized [ARTICLE]

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Illegal cigarettes worth $728,000 seized PETALING JAVA Customs officers m Kuala Lumpur they foiled an attempt to smuggle 2.94 tonnes of imported cigarettes worth RMI.6 million (XXXXX,000) on Friday. The Sun reported that the cigarettes were hidden under a layer of plastic air pillows and arrived at Port Klang last

Club helps out scarred woman [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Club helps out scarred woman JOHOR BAKU A 26--year-old woman whose face was badly disfigured after she was attacked while on a bus last February has successfully undergone plastic surgery thanks to the Johor Bam Rotary Club. Ms Nur Hayati Salim is now hopeful of a brighter future after the

Opposition gives memo to human rights group [ARTICLE]

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Opposition gives memo to human rights group WAN HAMIDI HAMID liv l.\ KI' ALA I.I'M PI" R A GROUP of six people representing youth chiefs of the opposition Barisan Alternatif (BA) and non-govern-mental groups yesterday submitted a memorandum urging the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) to speak out against human

KL govt protests against foreign meddling [ARTICLE]

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KL govt protests against foreign meddling Foreign Minister says notes have been lodged against criticisms by the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and EU over the Anwar Ibrahim trial KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia yesterday accused the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the European Union of meddling m its affairs

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'Just no time to think' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Just no time to think' KARAMJIT KAUR Wall Collapse At IMM Building Hearing a thud, a seated 63-year-old grandma hit the floor running, saving herself and the grandson m her arms OIL A WOMAN'S quick thinkine saved her eignt-month-old grandson from being hit by falling bricks when a partition wall

It's still business as usual at IMM [ARTICLE]

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It's still business as usual at IMM HOARDINGS have been built around the work area where a partition wall collapsed and killed one shopper, but it is business as usual at Jurong IMM. When a Sunday Times team went to the buildine yesterday, the debris had been cleared and there

Ask before taking cocktails of medicines [ARTICLE]

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Ask before taking cocktails of medicines MARGARET PERRY The reason is some traditional Chinese medicines can have adverse effects on both prescribed drugs and those bought over the counter h TIPS: Ease medicating woes SOME tips to make taking medication easier: Never stop taking medication before consulting your doctor. Keep

FATAL ACCIDENT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FATAL ACCIDENT GEORGE GASCON I 33-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a collision along Stevens Road at about 1 1 am yesterday. The vStirii^i^Sniucor Sarpin, was wearing what appeared to be a military uniform and was headed for the Fan Island Expressway and Jurong when he crashed, police said.

Take a master's as you teach [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Take a master's as you teach JANE LEE WORK AND STUDY AT CHINESE HIGH *1L CHINESE High students are forcing their teachers to go back to school. Students' projects are of such high standards that teachers are scrambling to upgrade themselves. And they are being given the chance to get

S'pore judicial system enjoys high standing [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S 'pore judicial system enjoys high standing COMMEMORATING NATIONAL DAY Expatriates think well of the justice system here, while locals put a hiah degree of trust and confidence m it THE Singapore judicial system is regarded highly by expatriates nerc, according to a recent survey by the Hong-kong-based Political and

Meeting new challenges in the new economy [ARTICLE]

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Meeting new challenges in the new economy National Day observance ceremonies were held at grassroots events across the island, attended by thousands of residents. MPs ana ministers officiating at these events spoke on a series of national issues. Here are excerpts of their messages: Strength m diversity Our diversity of

Carnival draws 350,000 [ARTICLE]

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Carnival draws 350,000 OVER the past four days, more than 350,000 people packed the Carnival at the Bay, which ended yesterday with a mega-con-cert featuring local and regional artistes. At a press briefing at Marina South yesterday, BrigadierGeneral Desmond Kuek, the man responsible for last Wednesday's parade, said one of

S'pore team ready for 'toughest' race [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S'pore team ready for 'toughest' race CHUA CHIN HON For eight to 12 days, they will paddle, swim, climb end trek through 500 km of jungles and rivers, competing against 75 teams from more than 10 countries Bu Meet the team MEMBERS of Team Singapore Power are as different as

Trio win police scholarships [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Trio win police scholarships They are picked from 1,000 who applied for study award THREE candidates overcame stiff competition from more than 1,000 other applicants to win this year's Singapore Police Force Overseas Scholarships. The trio, who received their awards from Home Affairs Minister Wong Kan Seng on Friday at

'Black magic' in battle of neighbours [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Black magic' in battle of neighbours EUNICE LAU Bad blood comes to a boil when a man takes his neighbour's Indonesian maid to the police, after she says her employer's father molested her thrice SSL Conscience 'On hindsight, perhaps I should have just minded my own business like most people

Rise in disputes between neighbours [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rise in disputes between neighbours NEIGHBOURLINESS is on the wane. The Community Mediation Centre (Regional East) at Marine Parade has seen a 40-per-cent increase m disputes between neighbours brought to its attention. There were 81 cases m 1998. Last year, there were 115 cases. Often, such disputes stem from matters

Cat fight [ARTICLE]

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Cat fight When: Nov 15, 1999 The quarrel: Chua Sing Soon, 48, attacked his neighbour, Mr Urn Lian Chor, 72, with a stick after a quarrel over two "dirty" pet cats. He was irritated witn Mr lim because his cats often dirtied their common second-floor corridor at Block 55, Sims

Loud music [ARTICLE]

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Loud music When: Jan 20, 1999 The quarrel! Odd-job labourer Yap Tain Woo, 29, stabbed his next-door neighbour with a 13 cm-long kitchen knife. Mr Hoo Boon Lai, 26, who received a 0.8 cm-long cut on the chest, had gone over to Mr Yap's flat with his girlfriend and mother

Assault [ARTICLE]

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Assault When: July 11, 1997 The quarrel: Retiree Lee All Chong, 67, was punched by his next-door neighbour, Rennie Tan, 51, m a nght that landed both m court. This took place after a bitter six-year feud. Mr Lee ended up with a bruised forehead and Tan was fined $1,000

The dawn of a new town... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The dawn of a new town... STEPHANIE YEOW Smell it the Punggol stench is no more Pictures and text Inj IN THE past, one could smell Punggol even before catching sight of the area, thanks to its pig farms and fishing port. Still, many braved the stench to make it

Stalls gutted by fire were not insured [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Stalls gutted by fire were not insured YEOH EN-LAI Authorities urged to make fire cover a must as many stallholders realise its importance only after stalls are razed *L CHEMICAL CAN START FIRES TRADERS who use calcium carbide to ripen fruits risk causing fires. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF)

Timely help for stallholders hit by fire [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Timely help for stallholders hit by fire FOR more than 20 years, Madam Rafiah Jamingan lived off her medicine stall at the Geylang Serai market. On August 10 last year, all that went up m smoke. The mother of 11, who is m her 50s, lost some $20,000 m the

Book by judges on sentencing [ARTICLE]

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Book by judges on sentencing TEN judges from the Subordinate Courts have published a book on sentencing practices to explain the grounds on which they pass judgment on criminals. It aims to give legal practitioners easy access to the relevant laws on sentencing. The book, Sentencing Practices In The Subordinate

Natas to restrict customer assistance [ARTICLE]

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Natas to restrict customer assistance S. VINCENT It won't help resolve travellers' grievances against agents who are not members of Natas Hu THE National Association of Travel Agents Singapore (Natas) is restricting the support it offers to travellers. It will no longer help customers with complaints against Natas non-members to

Living to 100 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Living to 100 MAGDALENE LUM She nearly died of smallpox when she was four months' old, but she survived and turned 100 yesterday. Her secret for a long life? Taking things easy BtL RECIPE: For a long and active life SINGAPOREANS who aspire to live to a ripe old age,

New drugs can treat Alzheimer's disease [ARTICLE]

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New drugs can treat Alzheimer's disease SALMA KHALIK FIGHTING PROBLEMS OF OLD AGE GPs do not know enough about disease, says neurologist Ih, MANY general practitioners (GPs) do not know enough about Alzheimer's disease and they tell their patients to accept it as part of growing old as little can

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Dow breaches 11,000 barrier [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dow breaches 11,000 barrier NEW YORK The Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 11,000 for the first time m nearly four months on Friday, while the Nasdaq market fought back from a sell-off to end higher. "I think that the Dow is pretty much what it has been before: A place

INTEREST RATES FOR SAVINGS AND SAVINGS-CUM-CURRENT ACCOUNTS [ARTICLE]

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INTEREST RATES FOR S$ FIXED DEPOSITS [ARTICLE]

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INTEREST RATES FOR S$ FIXED DEPOSITS BANKS/FINANCE COMPANIES AMOUNT (S) 1 MONTH 3 MONTHS 6 MONTHS 9 MONTHS 12 MONTHS ABN-AMROBank XXXXX-XXXXX 1.2500 1.6300 2 0000 XXXXX 2 3800 XXXXX-XXXXX 2.0600 2.1800 XXXXX 2.4300 2.5000 Citibank Up to XXXXX 1.6875 1.8125 2.0625 2 1250 2 4375 XXXXX-XXXXX0 2.0000 2.3400 2.4000

National campaign on financial planning takes off [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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National campaign on financial planning takes off EDNA KOH CPF savings may not be enough, say the organisers who aim to help people plan for retirement better 'Financial security is not just about how much money you have.' Mr GraefF (above) on investing m relationships for a more enjoyable old

$5-m chip centre opens [ARTICLE]

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$5-m chip centre opens NICHOLAS FANG US-BASED National Semiconductor and UPS Logistics (UPS LG) have opened a global distribution centre at Pandan Crescent. The West Coast centre handles the movement and distribution of all National Semiconductor orders throughout the world. The centre, which cost $5 million to set up, is

Oil prices rebound [ARTICLE]

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Oil prices rebound WORLD oil prices jumped back through the political-ly-sensitive US$3O-a-bar-rel (S*sl-a-barrel) level amid renewed fears about supply levels. The American Petroleum Institute's (API) weekly report on US inventories surprised the market by showing a fall m crude stocks for the second week m a row, and futures prices

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OCBC Savers China Growth MONICA TAN manager of the $20-mMion OCBC Savers China Growth Fund. Here's a seasoned stock picker. She has been managng the fund for the vast four years after doing the rounds as an analyst covering various parts of Asia, Hongkong and In all, she has been

Henderson Global Technology [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Henderson Global Technology TIM WOOLLEY (S$1.4biMon) Henderson Horizon Global Technology Fund. He has specialised in technology investment over the past 13 years that is, long before technology mania came to town. He was a technology fund manager elsewhere before joining Henderson Investors in 1996. He has been responsible for the

Schroder Singapore Trust [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Schroder Singapore Trust NG SOO NAM the $105 million Schroder Singapore Trust. He served 4 l h years of his six-year government bond in the Administrative Service before joining Schroder in 1995 as an investment analyst covering Singapore and Malaysia stocks. He has been managing the Schroder fund for the

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WARRING OVER WORDS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WARRING OVER WORDS CHING CHEONG Cross-strait Polemics Iftfiere is a phrase over which the two sides on the Taiwan Strait can go to war m the near future, it is 'one China. Our correspondents examine why the term is a powderkegfor the mainland and Taiwan Hu EAST ASIA CORRESPONDENT PRO-INDEPENDENCE

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ACCORDING TO TAIPEI [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ACCORDING TO TAIPEI Al)€ 1,1992: ONE CHINA, TWO SEPARATE ENTITIES The National Unification Council adopted this definition: "There is only one China, but two separate political entities." Taipei considers "one China" to mean the Republic of China (ROC), founded m 1911 and with de jure sovereignty over all of China.

ACCORDING TO BEIJING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ACCORDING TO BEIJING BEIJING ADHERES TO TWO VERSIONS OF THE ONE CHINA' PRINCIPLE lOne China" as used m international settings: That there is only one China m the world, that Taiwan is a part of China, and that the People's Republic of China is the only lawful government of the

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A shining example [ARTICLE]

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A shining example THE new director of the National Youth Council, Mr Foong Hin Cheong, has a refreshing way of looking at his brief. Whether for young people's personal development, as community service or playing sports as quality time, the aim is for the council's activities to be mentally enriching

I bless the day Nikki was born, but each to his own [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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I bless the day Nikki was born, but each to his own GEOFFREY PEREIRA MY VIEW B, H-I-J-K-L-M-N-O-P...the small, sleepy voice faded towards the last letter and the snoring from a cold started up again. It was 3 am and I had suffered a bad day had started work at

A wedding where guests brought food [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A wedding where guests brought food ZURAIDAH IBRAHIM LETTER FROM PALO ALTO THE wedding couple wanted no presents of any shape or kind. They were against conspicuous consumption, they said. But they did have two requests. First, bring a dish for the potluck dinner. Second, bring your own bottle not

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Don't tell these guys what to do [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Don't tell these guys what to do People Management NEW ECONOMY: Driving forces THE six forces shaping the face of business m the new economy are: INDUSTRY CONVERGENCE Changing relations between businesses and consumers brought on by technology, such as the Internet, are dissolving the boundaries that have kept apart

Feeling safe with savings [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Feeling safe with savings The interest rate is almost zero, yet many Japanese continue to put their money m banks which yield close to no returns, CHISAKI MURAKI reports EACH month, Mikie Hayashi and her husband set aside faithfully money for their retirement and their children's education. The money goes

'EVIL WEED' SEEKS NEW FLOWERING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'EVIL WEED' SEEKS NEW FLOWERING In our series on Chinese opera, we reported that the traditional art is alive and kicking in Singapore, Taiwan and Hongkong. So how about the state of Chinese opera in the land of its birth? Has it survived Communism and the Cultural Revolution to face

Old, grand and very beautiful [ARTICLE]

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Old, grand and very beautiful CALL it the "mother of all Chinese operas". Almost every opera from the established Beijing opera to the relatively youthful Yue opera had borrowed from and found inspiration m it. Yet very few Chinese can figure out what Kun opera is all about. Popular during

The audience just loved the tricks [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The audience just loved the tricks ...BUT HOW WELL, IF THE YOUNG DO NOT LOVE IT? 'With the one-child policy, many youngsters today are too pampered to take the tough training required... Many will leave for other careers. Some of our students have become TV stars where they can earn

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Tycoon wants to be next PM [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tycoon wants to be next PM Political Jigsaw Beleaguered Pritne Minister Chuan Leekpats main rival is moving injor tlie kill Thailand Correspondent 'JAMES EAST analyses billionaire tfiaksin Shinawatra's well-planned campaign BANGKOK The final pieces of the campaign jigsaw are snapping into place for Thailand s most powerful tycoon, Dr Thaksin

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OBITUARIES [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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OBITUARIES GOH KIM KEOW Age: 81 passed away peacefully on 11th August 2000, leaving behind loved ones. Husband: Lee Neo Siah Sons: Daughters-in-law: Lee Seong Chew Lim Loui Cheng Melvin Lee Song Keng Julie Puey Joo Lan Daughters: Sons-in-law: Lee Boon Hwee Lim Hang Hoe Lee Hwee Huang, Dr Goh

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Mirko can't beat his wife [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mirko can't beat his wife SANTOKH SINGH THE STRAITS TIMES/TIGER BEER FOOTBALLER OF THE MONTH AWARD Hu 7 always tell him that if there is one person who can be really honest with him, it is me. After all, it is me who suffers a mini-heart attack every time he

S'pore returns with rich haul of 10 golds [ARTICLE]

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S'pore returns with rich haul of 10 golds CHAN TSE CHUEEN WJSHU fhl SINGAPORE'S 10-gold haul at the Beijing Invitational Wushu competition earlier this week augurs well for its title hunt at the Asian Championships m October, said team manager Toh Cheng Hai. Competing m the women's open division, Teo

Test run's a success for Woods [ARTICLE]

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Test run's a success for Woods GOLF World No. 1 happy with performance ahead of USPGA C'ship GRAND BLANC (Michigan) Tiger Woods declared the Buick Open a triumph even though he trailed pace-setting American Woody Austin by 10 shots at the halfway stage of the USS2.7-million (554.6--million) tournament. Woods' mind

Orr smashes course record with a 62 [ARTICLE]

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Orr smashes course record with a 62 WOBURN (England) Scotsman Gary Orr shot a 10-under-par 62 to smash the Duke's course record m the second round of the British Masters. His 15-under-par 129 left him one shot ahead of Zimbabwe's Mark McNulty who carded a 65. First-round leader Colin Montgomerie

CHARITY SHIELD THE RED AND THE BLUE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CHARITY SHIELD THE RED AND THE BLUE TIEN CHUNG PING

Premiership fixtures [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Premiership fixtures TELECAST TIMES Live matches on SCV Ch 22. Time given is Singapore time. Please note: Broadcast schedules are subject to change. Sunday and Tuesday matches are subject to availability. Saturday live matches at 9.55pm and delayed matches at 11.55pm cannot be confirmed at time of print. (Kick-off 10pm,

Mack attacks the lanes again [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mack attacks the lanes again GERARD WONG bowi.inc; American delights fans as he retains his Spore Open crown m style By* HE CAME, he conquered. And yes, he definitely entertained. American Tim Mack had local bowling fans eating out of his hands once again as he won the Singapore Open

Dream debut for Stags' Ghanaian striker Suglo [ARTICLE]

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Dream debut for Stags' Ghanaian striker Suglo MUUI SOCCER MATCH STATISTICS CLEMENT. 2 WOODLANDS 2 Scorers Clementi: Emile Mbeya (81st) Woodlands: Ivica Raguz (1 1th), Nikolai Foroutan (84th) Mohammad Mardani (85th o.g) Yellow Cards Clementi: Sabri Sukri, Razali Ahmad Woodlands: Shawaluddina, Faizal Saaudi Man of the Match: Ivica Raguz (Woodlands)

Raguz returns to score again [ARTICLE]

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Raguz returns to score again A MONTH ago, he made the headlines when attacked by an unknown assailant swinging a hockey stick. Since then, Ivica Raguz has spent his time visiting the doctors and being interviewed by the police. But last night, the Croatian striker was back to doing what

Schumi grabs fifth pole [ARTICLE]

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Schumi grabs fifth pole MOTOR RACING BUDAPEST Ferrari is doing it, McLaren too, but neither of the dominant Formula One teams cares to say it straight out. In an unusual situation, all four of their pilots are locked m a tight race for the drivers' crown as they head into

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POLICE TO EXAMINE RONALDO'S FINANCES [ARTICLE]

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POLICE TO EXAMINE RONALDO'S FINANCES BRAZILIAN MOOev superstar Ronaldo has a new worry besides the knee injury that has kept him sidelined for months. A federal judge m Brazil has decided that police may examine his finances and bank accounts as part of an investigation into whether he violated Brazil's

KANG FALTERS BUT STILL LEADS [ARTICLE]

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KANG FALTERS BUT STILL LEADS SOUTH KOREAN golfer Anthony Kang faltered m his title charge at the Volvo Masters m Kuala Lumpur with a one-over-par 73 m the third round yesterday. Despite that, he leads the tournament by three strokes with a 14-under total, thanks to record-setting rounds of 64

HENMAN STORMS INTO SEMI-FINALS [ARTICLE]

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HENMAN STORMS INTO SEMI-FIN ALS BRITAIN'S Tim Henman followed up his upset of Pete Sampras with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over France's Fabrice Santoro to reach the semi-finals of the U552.95-million (555.07--million) Masters Series event m Cincinnati, Ohio. Henman held onto the tidal wave of success after his first-ever win

HINGIS AVENGES LOSS TO FRAZIER [ARTICLE]

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HINGIS AVENGES LOSS TO FRAZIER WORLD No. 1 Martina Hingis trounced American Amy Frazier 6-2, 6-1 to reach the semi-finals of the WTA Los Angeles Open and avenge last week's upset m San Diego. The Swiss booked a date with US Open champion Serena Williams while the other semi-final pitted

ENG TAT WINS FUNAI BASKETBALL CROWN [ARTICLE]

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ENG TAT WINS FUNAI BASKETBALL CROWN THE Eng Tat Hornets claimed the inaugural Funai Basketball League trophy last night when it beat Whve Nam Empire 73-69 m the final. The winner took home $2,000 and a trophy worth $20,000. Gongshang Giants was third after beating Anglican Eagles 66-59-

SCORES AND STATISTICS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SCORES AND STATISTICS ATHLETICS Ken's 100m: I Maurice Greene (USA) 9.94sec 2 Obadele Thompson (Bar) 9.97 3 Ato Boldon (Tn) 10.00. 400m: 1 Gregory Haughton (Jam) 4488sec 2 Alvin Harrison (USA) 44.97 3 Ja Warren Hooker (USA) 4522. 800m: 1 Andre Bucher (Sui) Imin 43:72sec 2 Japheth Kimutai (Ken) 1:43.87

He's my coach, my mentor and my friend [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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He 's my coach, my mentor and my friend CHAN TSE CHUEEN RUN-UP TO OLYMPICS Swim queen Yeo has moved to Texas to remain under coach Walker ?S The father figure MICHAEL WALKER, 30, is known for his work with individual medley specialists and distance swimmers. He has helped train

Behind every man... is a woman ready to kiss and tell [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Behind every man... is a woman ready to kiss and tell WILFRED YEO WILLY NILLY H'l BEHIND a successful man, they say, is a woman. Those who say that are probably women themselves. Men are likelier to say that behind a successful man's downfall is a woman. A woman who

Lenny not crazy about time [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lenny not crazy about time INDIANAPOLIS The time did not please the world's best backstroker. He looked at the clock and his ever-present smile was erased momentarily. Nor did it satisfy his father, who was sitting m the stands at Indiana University's Natatorium. He was wondering what went wrong m

Healthy Greene returns with third-best time [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Healthy Greene returns with third-best time Tmback... As you see, I am okau and healthy. I felt a little sluggish after being off with injury but it's getting better. Greene (left), after running 100m in 9.94sec ZURICH Maurice is back. And Marion never went away. Marking a jubilant return from

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CHEN YUELING TO COMPETE FOR US [ARTICLE]

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CHEN YUELING TO COMPETE FOR US CHEN YUELING, the first Chinese woman to win an Olympic athletics gold medal, will be able to compete for the United States as a race-walker at the Sydney Games. Chinese Olympic officials back-tracked an earlier refusal and gave permission for Chen, the 1992 Barcelona

US BOXERS' NARROW WIN OVER PUERTO RICO [ARTICLE]

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US BOXERS' NARROW WIN OVER PUERTO RICO THREE members of the United States Olympic boxing team won as the US national team edged Puerto Rico 5-4 m a dual meet. Reigning light flyweight world champion Brian Viloria opened action with a victory, stopping Ivan Calderon m the fourth round. Three-time

BOLDON HEADS TRINIDAD SQUAD [ARTICLE]

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BOLDON HEADS TRINIDAD SQUAD SPRINTER Ato Boldon heads a list of 15 athletes selected to represent Trinidad and Tobago at Sydney. Boldon, who has clocked the world's fourth-fastest 100 m time, will be joined by 10 team-mates m track and field, three m swimming and one m taekwondo.

MCDYESS TO REPLACE TIM DUNCAN [ARTICLE]

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MCDYESS TO REPLACE TIM DUNCAN DENVER Nuggets forward Antonio McDyess has been named to replace Tim Duncan for the US national basketball team for Sydney. "This is a dream come true," said an elated McDyess on Friday. "My goal to play m the NBA began m 1992 after watching the

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BODYBUILDING Pesta Sudan Fantasy Island Championships (Sentosa. 10.30 am). BOWLING Asian Bowling Tour Singapore Masters (Cathay Bowl, 6.00pm). EQUESTRIAN SRC Invitation: Dressage and showjumping competition (Sentosa Riding Centre. 7.30 am). HOCKEY Spore Hockey Federation, Men's

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BOWLING Singapore Masters: Leg 3. Day 1. Rd 2 (SCV Ch 23. 6pm). GOLF British Masters: Final day (Ch 20, 7.45pm). MOTOR RACING Hungary CP (Sportscity, 7.30pm and Ch 24,7.45pm). Cart MiNer Lite 200 (Ch 23. tomorrow, 2am). SOCCER Charity Shiekk Man United v Chelsea (Ch22. 9.50pm).

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Fire away, champs [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Fire away, champs CHARITY SHIELD: MANCHESTER UNITED v CHELSEA (LIVE ON SCV CH22, 9.50PM) Match facts Probable line-ups Manchester United: Barthez, G. Neville, Silvestre, Johnsen, Irwin, Beckham, Scholes, Keane, Giggs, Yorke, Solskjaer Chelsea: de Goey, Le Saux, Desailly, Lebeouf, Ferrer, Stanic, Poyet, Wise, Morris, Hasselbaink, Flo Head-to-head record April 24,

Get ready to dive into a whole new season [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Get ready to dive into a whole new season YAP KOON HONG THE SPORTS EDITOR NEW season, new age, same old football? Not quite. Tonight's prologue to the start of the first English Premier League season of the new millennium promises to be a barn-burner. Whether it offers as much

Fit a fails to submit its transfer proposal [ARTICLE]

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Fit a fails to submit its transfer proposal BRUSSELS Soccer's transfer market is set to be thrown into chaos as European regulators move towards abolishing Fifa's disputed transfer rules. The European Commission said it was preparing to outlaw the current system after Fifa did not come forward with proposals to

Chelsea's red reality [ARTICLE]

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Chelsea's red reality LONDON The last time Chelsea placed its championship dreams m the hands of a prolific scorer called Jimmy, he obliged with 41 goals, reports The Guardian. But the club still did not win the title that season, or even finish m the top three. So the fact

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CHINA 'It's personality that counts, not nationality' MADAM NIE JIAN MlN's parents frowned when she told them she was seeing a Singaporean man. Singapore is so far away, they said when she returned to her hometown m Henan for Chinese New Year last year. They asked: "If you run into

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Only too happy to share happy story [ARTICLE]

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Only too happy to share happy story CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE THE Tans are only too happy to share their story. "Do you want our wedding pictures? We want the whole world to know," says investment manager Tony Tan with a hearty laugh when asked if he would pose for

In-laws treat me like dirt [ARTICLE]

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In-laws treat me like dirt ONE of the first things her in-laws told her was a story about "nasty" China brides. "They told me some women from China asked for a divorce from their Singaporean husbands right after their applications to be Permanent Residents were approved. I knew it was

Wife just wanted to get out of China [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Wife just wanted to get out of China AT 61, he was more than twice her age when they met seven years ago m Fujian, China. The widower with four adult children from his previous marriage, was visiting relatives m nis hometown when he spotted Ms Liv Mm Hui (not

Smell of dot. com success is options burning [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Smell of dot. com success is options burning TIMOTHY JACK WARD So much money flushed down the e-toilet Byl OUR multi-million-dollar dot.com folded, and all I got was this lousy T-shirt. Everyone at Posh&Sticks got one, the day our enigmatic name was announced last January. Now, it is a bittersweet

The Wang diaspora returns to Fuzhou [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Wang diaspora returns to Fuzhou CLARISSA OON Family Reunion That's where it all began: the family house where a government official lived, Christian missionaries worked and a tobacco business went on *L FROM San Diego, Boston, Singapore and Sabah, 61 of them went to Fuzhou, the capital of Fujian

Posh pipped in pop battle [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Posh pipped in pop battle Her first single likely to lose out to release by unknown IS POSH losing her spice? Victoria Adams aka Posh Spice, whose first solo disc has been expected for some time, is up against a complete unknown, to reach the top of the British pop

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Goodbye tanks, hello towers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Goodbye tanks, hello towers LOH KENG FATT Changing Facades Cantonment Road is losing its old Shell and gaining swanky new flats. Now under upgrading, the neighbourhood can soon enjoy a breath of fresh air FROM the 12th floor corridor of the windswept Block 5 m Everton Park, you look down

Now you can eat with your fingers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Now you can eat with your fingers Wong Ah Yoke Meals And Nails urn In this cafe, which boasts a menu list worthy of a restaurant, you can enjoy a finger-licking meal and then leave those nails to the professionals THE idea of putting a nail care centre inside a

A dining room with a view [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A dining room with a view Wong Ah Yoke BITES By FOR MEMBERS ONLY TALKING about the Tung Lok Group, its Wok and Roll restaurant at Fort Canning Country Club is no longer open to non-members of the club. The eatery, which served a variety of Asian dishes like popiah,

WORK UP GOOD SWEAT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WORK UP GOOD SWEAT DON'T be intimidated by the jungle of metal equipment m a gym. Some might look like torture instruments to the uninitiated, but all the machines will help sculpt a body beautiful if used correctly. Mr Kelvin Chua, assistant director of fitness at the Singapore Sports Council,

Working at sculpting a terrific bod [ARTICLE]

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Working at sculpting a terrific bod TEE HUN CHING Pumping Iron The pluses of a gym workout are many from fitness to being considered trendy. And gyms may soon be rated to help you pick the better ones §!L UNLIKE ball games, you do not need companions for a gym

A beginner's guide to profitable body-building [ARTICLE]

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A beginner's guide to profitable body-building TheAßCsof working out, including doing a medical check-up prior to getting started WHO Gym workouts are suitable for anyone aged 16 to 60. But those above 40 who have led a sedentary lifestyle are advised to go for a medical check-up before hitting the

Joints to fit your budget and plans [ARTICLE]

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Joints to fit your budget and plans FOR THE BUDGET-CONSCIOUS NTUC Income Fitness Centres Where: 25 centres located at community centres Who: For NTUC Income policyholders Cost: There is an administration charge of $10, and monthly membership costs $20 to $30. Singapore Sports Council Club FITT Gyms Where: Eight branches,

Working mothers can store breast milk [ARTICLE]

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Working mothers can store breast milk THE EXPERT REPLIES QI am a Hepatitis B carrier and I am currently breastfeeding my child. Will this harm her? A Mothers who are Hepatitis B carriers can breastfeed, provided that their babies receive Hepatitis B vaccination as soon as possible after birth. Qls

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Piggy bank savings far from enough [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Piggy bank savings far from enough LOH KENG FATT Family Finance Model father he may be, but Mr Cheong Fei Kong confesses that he saves for the future only on an ad-hoc basis Bu I FINANCIAL PLAN FOR KIDS' EDUCATION SUNDAY PLUS and Citibank talked to Mr Cheong Fei Kong

GLAM SLAM [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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GLAM SLAM All handbags and shoes by Badgley Mischka available exclusively at The Link. Hair: EDWIN CHEW and MERVIN KOH from Casey lnc; Makeup: JOEVINA SG using Faces Makeup/hp: 9-625-7823; Photographer: THOMAS WHITE; Stylist: VIKLIM Hollywood glitz hits Singapore as Badgley Mischka, the must-have New York label for any self-respecting

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FENDISSIME STORE OPENS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FENDISSIME STORE OPENS FENDISSIME, the diffusion line of luxury label Fendi, has opened its first Singapore boutique at Takashimaya. The 1,000-scj ft store on level two carries Fendissime's ready-to-wear line for young women between the ages of lb and 30. This bridge collection consists of funky sportswear m faux leather,

FILA SETS FEET AFLAME [ARTICLE]

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FILA SETS FEET AFLAME IT IS flaming red like a Ferrari, is designed to make you move as fast, and goes by the name "Pi". That is Fila's latest running shoe, which has been available since yesterday at Fila boutiques at Wisma Atria, Millenia Walk and Raffles City, as weJl

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303 AUDI FOR SALE MID '92 AUDI 2.3 EA. 2nd owner. OMV $37,419. COE $18,587. Tax 11/2000. Selling cheap! View: Lot 55 Kaki Bukit Carmart. XXXXX66. I OWNER. 11/96 A.a A6 .'.3 Auto seat/ s/rims. Ong. Silver. Accident tree. Mint cond. XXXXX71 556.8K! 6/94 AUDI 80 2.0E auto 2 owners,

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4/92 ACCORD 2.0EX1. Auto. Red. OMV $24,208. Beautiful cond. Asking $36,300 neg. Te 4567-v? 10/92 PRELUDE. 2.0. Auto. Sunroof. Excellent cond. OMV $25K. A3* ng $42K 0.n.0. 9680 4840 '80-82 ACCORD I.6EX (Auto/ manual). COE 2002. Al cona. S7.BK up. 4 units. Tel. XXXXX58. Loan ava $6K DRIVE-AWAY. '89 Civic

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8/97 HYUNDAI ELANTRA 16 Auto White. 2 Owners OMV $13,358. Te': XXXXX66/ 9514 1528 4/91 EXCEL 1.3 manual, grey. OMV SB.6K well kept. No repairs needed, 510.5K 0.n.0 XXXXX108. 9/99 SONATA 2.0EF1. Auto 1 owner Pca r i Wn'te. S/nms. Expensive ni-fi Call: 9878-4948 Ryan 3/97 ELANTRA I.6CLSI. Auto. 1

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