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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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the new paper MONDAY, MAY 8, 1995 MITA (P) 024/04/95 60 CENTS the new paper

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THENEWSTODAY

'France will again become a beacon for all the world's peoples' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'France will again become a beacon for all the world's peoples' CHIRAC WINS PRESIDENTIAL POLLS AND DECLARES Source: Wire services. PARIS mayor Jacques Chirac (right) won the French presidential election today and quickly declared war against unemployment. Official incomplete results showed that Mr Chirac won 51.87 per cent of the

PROFILE [ARTICLE]

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PROFILE Wire services. MR Jacques Chirac prides himself on being a pragmatist. But critics say he is an opportunist with no fixed views and has a tendency to act before thinking. Although he regards the late president Gen Charles de Gaulle as his mentor, Mr Chirac has softened the fierce

The case of the missing couple [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The case of the missing couple A Singaporean couple, Harry Tan and his wife Rebecca Kwek Poh Choo, go missing in Phuket soon after Mrs Tan gives birth to twin sons. What went wrong? The New Paper assembles the events that led to their disappearance WHERE ARE YOU, MR MID

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I am not a fashionable man. First picture of "Biscuit Former Malaysian agriculture minister King" Rajan Pillai since he Datuk Seri Sanusi Junid (right). What has that P*«t fled Singapore. I 1 J jM J I jUrB got to do with his reported rejection of a state executive councillor post

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Good news Bad news Co/1 us. Hotline paw 1 "XXXXX55 I Leisure Index Showtime: Pages 24-27 TV: Page 30 Comics: Pages 31 32

QUICKNEWS

CPIB probes car insurance scam [ARTICLE]

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CPIB probes car insurance scam HOT STORY SEVERAL car repair workshops in Sin Ming Road are being investigated by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) for allegedly cheating an insurance company with the help of the company's claims investigators. The CPIB has found evidence that one of the workshops bribed

PM STRESSES RETRAINING [ARTICLE]

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PM STRESSES RETRAINING Mr Lim Boon Heng will remain secretary-general of the National Trades Union Congress for at least the next three to five years. There are no immediate plans for him to rejoin the Government. There will be more schemes to raise people's assets. But such schemes CPF top-ups

CATCH OF THE DAY

Teacher punched [ARTICLE]

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Teacher punched A YISHUN secondary school teacher has lodged a report with the Colice after a student punched him, reaking his nose. It is the third assault of a teacher inin three months. The 51-year-old teacher took over a noisy class on April 25 and tried to bring it to

Electricity review [ARTICLE]

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Electricity review Bernama. MALAYSIAN Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said yesterday the Cabinet would review Tenaga National Berhad's decision to raise the electricity tariff from next month. The views and interests of the people would be considered because of the reports of dissatisfaction. He said consumers need not

Drunk drive penalty [ARTICLE]

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Drunk drive penalty MALAYSIA will fine and jail drunken drivers from July. A study showed alcohol causes 40 per cent of the nation's road accident deaths. A fine of M 52,000 (551,130), or six months in jail, or both, will be imposed on drunken drivers for a first offence. A

Higher COE deposits [ARTICLE]

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Higher COE deposits WOULD-BE car buyers are being asked to place bigger deposits by distributors bidding for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) on their behalf. The reason: Some customers are cancelling bookings and refusing to pay for COEs bought in their names. The distributors fear being saddled with COEs which are

ATM service kiosks [ARTICLE]

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ATM service kiosks A PRIVATE company, which will launch ATM-like kiosks offering all sorts of services, from payment of bills to the sale of concert tickets, is likely to be set up this month. The plan is to have 300 to 400 kiosks, which operate like automated teller machines, to

Blasphemy law [ARTICLE]

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Blasphemy law PAKISTANI Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's plan to amend the country's blasphemy law has received a setback. Lawmakers in Punjab province have joined religious parties in opposing the move. The law lays down the death penalty for defiling the Prophet Muhammad. Ms Bhutto says she wants to prevent its

HEADLINERS [ARTICLE]

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HEADLINERS The Straits Times: No shortage of Jobs for retrained workers Business Times: Several fashion retailers see opportunity in adversity Lianhe Zaobao: Older workers affected by relocation of industries must be retrained Berita Harlan: PM Goh urges citizens to change way of thinking RCS morning news: PM wants change in

STI INDEX [ARTICLE]

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STI INDEX THE Straits Times Industrials Index rose 0.83 points to 2059.63 points at 9.15 this morning from Friday's close of 2058.80.

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THENEWSTODAY

A twist for some old tales [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A twist for some old tales American artist Stephen Nicodemus spent five months here last year working on a series of paintings that depict scenes we know well. But, along with a new style, he has also added fresh twists to some old stories. SEOW SU KIAN reports i LOOK

CHARITY AUCTION [ARTICLE]

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CHARITY AUCTION LIMITED editions of the Nicodemus Singapore Landmarks Art Series will be auctioned, with all the proceeds going to the Alzheimer's Disease Association. In all, 88 framed pieces will go under the hammer 11 of each design, autographed by Stephen Nicodemus. Art Base is hoping everyone will participate in

'They looked sad and confused' [ARTICLE]

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'They looked sad and confused' By Tay Boon Chuan and Yvonne Lim MISSING Singaporean couple Harry Tan and Rebecca Kwek Poh Choo kept very much to themselves while at the Thara Patong Beach Resort. Miss Supannee, a reservations clerk at the hotel, said they often stayed in their room. "They

FORGOT [ARTICLE]

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FORGOT Once, Mrs Tan left her credit card on the table at a pharmacy in the hotel. She walked away with some medicine, forgetting to sign the credit card slip.

Dear Mr & Mrs Tan, Malcolm and Terry are looking for you [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dear Mr Mrs Tan, Malcolm and Terry are looking for you By Pradeep Paul WHERE are you? Why are you staying away from your newborn sons, little Malcolm and Terry? I don't know the circumstances that are keeping you away from your children. What I do know is that this

TWINS REGISTERED [ARTICLE]

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TWINS REGISTERED THE hospital has since registered the twins the first-born as Malcolm Tan and his younger brother, Terry Tan. It used photocopies of the parents' passports and addresses, obtained from their belongings, for the registration. When contacted last night, a nurse said the twins are healthy and they are

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'I know BG Lee's doctor' [ARTICLE]

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'I know BG Lee's doctor' MAN CONS $35,000 OFF WOMAN WHOSE HUSBAND HAS CANCER For six months, Madam Oh Choo thought Roger Chew Tuck Kong (right) could help her find a cure for her cancer-stricken husband. Instead, she got cheated of her savings and her husband could not be saved

Vein hope [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Vein hope ROGER Chew told Madam Oh that her husband might walk again, if only she was willing to spend $10,000 on buying the "vein from China". She thought the vein was to be transplanted and gave him the money on Aug 26, 1993. "What's $10,000 as long as my

DAUGHTER SAYS [ARTICLE]

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DAUGHTER SAYS "HE was so convincing. So nice to all of us. He visited my father in hospital and even pulled out a card which he signed as a DPP from the High Court. "He offered me and my brothers pocket-money up to $50 but we refused to accept it."

ADVICE FROM POLICE [ARTICLE]

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ADVICE FROM POLICE CONMEN usually first gain the confidence of their victims. Then they ask for money. Be on your guard. Check out every request for money. Besides befriending a family, like Roger Chew did, conmen cheat in other ways. Do not be taken in by offers of quick money

DEARMR WIJEY

Go easy on that rod [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Go easy on that rod As a principal, retired Raffles Institution headmaster EUGENE WIJEYSINGHA has publicly caned only two boys. He also once gave a troublesome boy the responsibility of raising the school flag every morning. He recalls the incidents and explains why he acted as he did Not caned:

Were you punished by Mr Wijey? [ARTICLE]

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Were you punished by Mr Wijey? WERE you one of the pupils mentioned on this page who were disciplined by Mr Wijey? Can you tell us how his actions have changed you? Others will benefit from your experience. We want to hear from you. Please call 1800-XXXXX55, fax 737-5375 or

Why I'm not naming them [ARTICLE]

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Why I'm not naming them EVEN if I was still in contact with the boys, I would not name them. I am quite sure they benefited, personally, from the experience. They did not come to any adverse notice later and I did not show any discrimination towards them.

I've never expelled a student [ARTICLE]

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I've never expelled a student AS a principal, I have never expelled a pupil. But there was a very troubled boy who was getting into all kinds of trouble with prefects and teachers. He was also flouting simple school rules, such as a ban on colourful wrist bands. Once, he

Can teacher hit my child? [ARTICLE]

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Can teacher hit my child? QMY daughter comes home complaining that her teacher calls the pupils names. Recently, the teacher pinched my daughter hard on her cheek. I approached the teacher and she said my daughter didn't do her homework. My son is quite playful and careless. He also does

Dear Mr Wijey [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dear Mr Wijey Do you have any questions regarding education? Write or fax your questions to Dear Mr Wljey, The New Paper, 390 Kim Seng Road, Singapore 0923. Fax: 737-5375 Or call The New Paper Infoline, 1900-XXXXX03. (Calls are charged at 30 cents a minute)

How can I control stress and plan well? [ARTICLE]

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How can I control stress and plan well? QI AM a Secondary 2 student in the normal academic stream. There are a lot of things that give me stress. Is there a way I can control this stress? How do I plan my time well? MICHELLE A Stress is normal

I want to do engineering at poly [ARTICLE]

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I want to do engineering at poly QI AM a Secondary 4 student taking my 0 levels this year. I am taking science (chemistry and biology), but am doing well in elementary mathematics. I found out that I need to be doing physics to enter a polytechnic to take up

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The price of long service [ARTICLE]

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The price of long service The senior worker should be paid up to twice what the more junior employee is being paid for the same job, says the National Wages Council. The council's new guideline also lets everyone enjoy annual pay rises By Irene Ng SAY you have been in

HOW THE NWC RATIO WORKS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOW THE NWC RATIO WORKS Ah Teng, 20, has just joined the company as a technician. His pay is $1,000. He gets annual increments. Ah Boon, 35, a technician with the company for 15 years, has reached the top of his scale, which is $2,000. He is frustrated and feels

BACKGROUND [ARTICLE]

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BACKGROUND THE NWC recommendation aims to keep the ratio between the top of the scale and the starting wage realistic, so that the employer feels that those at the top are value for money. In the mid-'Bos, it was not uncommon to find an older employee getting paid three times

On other guidelines [ARTICLE]

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On other guidelines To link reward with performance, NTUC urges companies which have done exceptionally well to pay a one-off bonus to reward their workers. NTUC strongly supports the NWC recommendation on training and retraining. The NWC wants the Government, employers and unions to reach out especially to the older,

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SINGAPORETODAY

Smell, it's The New Paper [ARTICLE]

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Smell, it's The New Paper TOMORROW, when you carry a copy of The New Paper along Orchard Road, don't be surprised if you're presented with a bottle of "cK one" perfume by fellow strollers. That's the latest fragrance from Calvin Klein, and, like this newspaper, it's new, news and newsy

Boys find body while hunting for spiders [ARTICLE]

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Boys find body while hunting for spiders By Sherry Giang THREE boys, who were catching spiders in Clementi Woods on Saturday, got the fright of their lives. Hidden in the undergrowth, among a clump of bushes, was the decaying body of a young man. Police said yesterday that the body

Another body found [ARTICLE]

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Another body found ANOTHER highly decomposed body was found along Jalan Bungar near Choa Chu Kang Road. The dead man, who has not been identified yet, had a wire clothes hanger around his neck. He was wearing a long-sleeved shirt, black shorts and a blue sarong. The body was discovered

Daddy dearest [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Daddy dearest Say what's so endearing about Dad in The New Paper/Marks Spencer's Father's Day contest and win him a new look. Star dad Douglas Oliveiro has had his makeover. He and daughter Nadia tell CAROL LEONG about their special bond HE'S the only dad in her school who wears

Teck 1 ... Teck 2 ... Teck 3 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Teck 1 Teck 2 Teck 3 By T Ranganayaki SO you thought no one could be as funny as Singapore's funniest family? Not so, say the producers of Under One Roof, the sitcom that is shown every Tuesday. In fact, they would have you believe, Tan Ah Teck is for

Moses Lim as Tan Ah Teck [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Moses Lim as Tan Ah Teck THE sitcom revolves around Tan Ah Teck, his wife Dolly, and three children Paul, Ronnie and Denise, in their HDB executive flat in Bishan. Tan Ah Teck loves to eat, is fond of telling stories with morals to teach his children important lessons in

WHAT THE LAWYERS SAY [ARTICLE]

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WHAT THE LAWYERS SAY UNDER the Law of Defamation, if a person can prove that he or she is the one,being portrayed by a character in the sitcom, then he stands a chance in court, say the lawyers. But he would have to prove that a particular characteristic is exclusively

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No need to fuss over me' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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No need to fuss over me' Former Malaysian agriculture minister Datuk Seri Sanusi Junid raised eyebrows last week when he reportedly turned down a state executive councillor's post, the equivalent of a Cabinet post at state level DATUK Seri Sanusi Junid called the fuss about him not getting any job

LANGKAWI LOAD [ARTICLE]

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LANGKAWI LOAD THE controversy aside, the newly-elected Kuah Assemblyman says he is looking forward to new challenges. "I have what others do not Langkawi (a tourist resort). It is my constituency. There is a lot to be done in Langkawi alone," said Dr Sanusi Junid. Would he miss the Agriculture

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.JlM>b<. 1 1H ANYBODY can easily take the back seat. Behind every great man is said to be a great woman a statement that is fully justified. Because for generations, women have always played a supportive role. There's no doubt that providing support is important. A role from which you

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"Heart String" $3 88 Tokens of appreciation for ai underpaid job. 9 06 (22k) Gold Bracelet It goes without argument that mothers have the toughest job of all. Toils and worries. Heartaches and pains. Not forgetting the pregnancy and delivery. Yet for most of the time they're taken for granted.

WORLDTODAY

Philippines' risk rating increases [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Philippines' risk rating increases AFTER falling steadily for eight straight quarters, the Philippines' overall risk rating has risen this quarter, according to the Political and Economic Risk Consultancy (Perc). Business Times reported that the country's overall risk grade is now 0.5659 of a point, compared with 0.5476 of a point

Troops sent to 'hot spots' [ARTICLE]

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Troops sent to 'hot spots' Source: Wire services. THE Philippine authorities were on alert for possible violence and illegal campaigning on the eve of national elections yesterday. Police have put up checkpoints in various places in efforts to head off more election-related violence. More than 30 people have been reported

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I FXCGTS OF A WOMXN in celebration of Mothers Day at Change Alley Images of mothers in a series of exhibitions and performances at Change Alley from 8-31 May 1995. CH6W LEAN IM mm tm I I Change Alley IV 1 Arcade V l famM! A solo exhibition by artist

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Remembering the joyous time of old [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Remembering the joyous time of old Royal festive touch: The Prince of Wales kisses Princess Diana at the end of the Heads of State ceremony at Hyde Park in London yesterday. Heads of state from nearly 60 countries gathered for festivities on the 50th anniversary of VE Day, recalling the

Haj fire kills two: Report [ARTICLE]

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Haj fire kills two: Report AT least two people died when a fire broke out at camps erected to house pilgrims at the annual Muslim haj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia. SBC text reported that the fire set 1,000 tents aflame. It said the fire was caused by gas bottles left

Police escort for Pillai [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Police escort for Pillai AN Indian policeman escorts fugitive Indian tycoon Rajan Pillai (left) as he arrives at a court to get his bail extended in Trivandrum city in the southern Indian state of Kerala on Friday. Pillai is wanted by Interpol after Singapore convicted him of criminal breach of

Anger over land deal by Israelis [ARTICLE]

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Anger over land deal by Israelis I MIDDLE EAST PEACE PROCESS AP. EGYPTIAN Foreign Minister AMr Moussa warned Israel yesterday that it was jeopardising the Middle East peace process with its decision to confiscate land in Arab east Jerusalem. He made the comment at a tense news conference with visiting

Talks and more talks [ARTICLE]

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Talks and more talks Mr Moussa's meeting with Mr Peres was followed by talks between Mr Peres and Palestinian negotiator Nabil Shaath. The Peres-Shaath meeting was to focus on the deadlock in negotiations on expanding Palestinian self-government to the West Bank, but instead it dealt with Jerusalem. Mr Peres told

DISPUTE [ARTICLE]

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DISPUTE THE future of Jerusalem is at the heart of the IsraeliPalestinian dispute. Arab east Jerusalem was captured by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war and then declared annexed. Israel insists east Jerusalem remains part of its capital, but the Palestinians want the Arab sector as the capital of

Fake arm that feels like real [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Fake arm that feels like real CHUCK Tiemann reached out and touched his wife's hand, feeling her warmth. Hardly surprising except that his hand and arm are artificial. He is one of several volunteers testing a sensory system unveiled recently that may change many lives. The Daily Mail said scientists

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NICE KIT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NICE KIT Local singer Kit Chan has struck four platinums in Taiwan and a gold in Singapore with her album, Heartache. YONG SIEW FERN meets her at her Pasir Panjang home to find out what she is like away from the limelight KIT Chan's music career has changed her from

She loves talking of good 'ole times [ARTICLE]

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She loves talking of good 'ole times KIT and her friends have known each other for 10 years now. They first met in Raffles Girls' Secondary School. Kit said when they get together, they would usually gossip, daydream, recollect old times and catch up with the latest happenings. Her friend,

'I have no regrets' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'I have no regrets' By Yong Siew Fern KIT CHAN gave up a chance to go to university to pursue her dream of becoming a performing artiste. She was part of the pioneer group of drama students at the then La Salle School of Drama in 1991. "I have had

'I WAS A FAR EAST KID' [ARTICLE]

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'I WAS A FAR EAST KID' MINI-skirts. That what Kit and her friends sometimes wore when they hung out at Far East Plaza. And on some weekends they would dress according to a theme sometimes demure, sometimes outrageous and walk down Orchard road. Far East Plaza was their home ground.

Foreigner plugs old hits [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Foreigner plugs old hits By Dave Ang IF Foreigner's gig last night at the Hard Rock Cafe was "unplugged", then it was a very loud unplugged concert indeed. The American rock band rocked so obviously loud and hard that it was hard to imagine how the concert could have been

Bon Jovi: Red hot and ready [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bon Jovi: Red hot and ready Bon Jovi's concert at the Singapore Indoor Stadium tonight promises a rousing, body-swaying time. MICHAEL SOUTHWELL checks out their Bangkok gig IF Bon Jovi's Bangkok concert is anything to go by, their Singaporean fans are in for a hot time. About 12,000 of Bangkok's

She's so shy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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She's so shy New Face finalist Doreen Tan takes her sweet time to warm up as CAROL LEONG discovers "I SPEAK only when I'm spoken to," said Doreen Tan. It turned out to be true. Throughout the photo shoot, the soft-spoken, part-time model didn't say anything except for clarifying instructions.

SHOW INFO [ARTICLE]

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SHOW INFO WHAT: Bon Jovi Crossroads To The East '95 tour WHEN: Tonight, 8 pm WHERE: Indoor Stadium TICKETS: $40, $55 and $75 available at all Sistic outlets (To make room for dgncing, there will be no seats in front of the stage). Local group Radioactive is expected to be

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JAZZ [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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JAZZ UTAH STOP Karl Malone from scoring. Stop John Stockton from handing out his trademark assists. That's the only way to beat this team. Both players have paced themselves through the season too. No wonder the rest of the players are pumped full of adrenalin. m** |-j iM I I,

SUPERSONICS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SUPERSONICS SEATTLE LAST year, the Supersonics topped the league with 63 wins. This year, they haven't been so dominant. As Shawn Kemp says: "Last year we were cruising throughout the season. This year we will have to come out and play in the first round." Obviously the Supersonics are looking

ROCKETS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ROCKETS HOUSTON AS defending champions, the Rockets have performed below par. Anaemia problems for star centre Hakeem Olajuwon and guard Vernon Maxwell haven't helped. Neither has Maxwell's volatile temper. But any team that has been all the way just last year has class. And that class will eventually tell. *wnwy

LAKERS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LAKERS LOS ANGELES THE team with the past: 11 NBA titles. They are also hoping for Magic Johnson to resurrect himself. Wrong move. Today's Lakers may not be the force they were in the '80s. But players like Cedric Ceballos and Nick Van Exel have the potential to guide this

Tough going [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tough going Stories/. Brian Miller THEY called it the Gatorade Target Challenge and what a challenge it was. The six finalists, all winners of weekly preliminaries held over the last two months, fired a total of 180 balls at the three targets. But, at the end of it all, only

No windfall [ARTICLE]

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No windfall IT was tough going at the Safra Golf and Country Club on Saturday evening. And it wasn't only tough for the six golfers involved in the Gatorade Target Challenge shootout. It was also tough going for the Alzheimer's Disease Association. You see, Gatorade had promised the Association, which

SCORELINE [ARTICLE]

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SCORELINE Wire services. Results of yesterday's international sports: SOCCER Div One Belgium: Ekeren 3 FC Liege 1, Molenbeek 0 Anderlecht 2. England: Bolton 1 Burnley 1, Luton 2 Stoke 3, Millwall 1 Bristol C 1, Port Vale 1 Notts C 1, Portsmouth 1 Oldham 1, Reading 2 Charlton 1, Southend

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Battle of the Schools [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Battle of the Schools The Singapore Schools sports Programme is currently underway with the finals of six sports already concluded, here are the results.lt appears that as far as school sports goes, old battle-hardened school traditions still hold sway. CALVIN LOW reports MONTFORT Secondary School's upset win over Anglo-Chinese School

Not Hussaini's night [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Not Hussaini's night BALESTIER 0 DARWIN 4 Stories/ Bernard Pereira Ex-international Hussaini Manaf was a mental wreck after the Tiger Beer Premier League match at Jalan Besar. Not only because his team, Balestier United, crumbled to a 4-0 defeat against Darwin Cubs. More because he had twice tried to clear

An incident the referee missed [ARTICLE]

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An incident the referee missed FOR nearly one minute, Balestier United goalkeeper M Glangovan lay injured and unattended on the pitch last night. It came after a clash with team-mate Robin Pradhan Chitrakar. And yet, no effort was made from the linesmen to alert the referee, Ismail Surdi, to stop

Crips is Under-17 champion [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Crips is Under-17 champion IN last Saturday's Too Tuff To Puff Puma Street Soccer Cup, the matches on the four-a-side court kept the crowd on their feet. Twenty seven enthusiastic teams took part in this fourth leg of the tournament held at Changkat Changi Community Centre. The matches were played

Over to you, Blackburn [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Over to you, Blackburn Today Blackburn v Newcastle Wednesday Man U v Southampton West Ham v Liverpool Saturday Wimbledon v Forest Sunday Chelsea v Arsenal Coventry v Everton Liverpool v Blackburn Man C v QPR Newcastle v Palace Norwich v Villa Sheff W v Ipswich Saints v Leicester Tottenham v

THE CHAMPIONSHIP CHASE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE CHAMPIONSHIP CHASE BUCKBURN Played: 40 Won: 26 Goal difference: 41 Points: 86 REMAINING MATCHES (2 to play) Today: Newcastle (H) Sunday: Liverpool (A) MAN UTD Played: 40 Won: 25 Goal difference: 48 Points: 84 REMAINING MATCHES (2 to play) Wednesday: Southampton (H) Sunday: West Ham (A)

Malaysia vs Flamengo [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaysia vs Flamengo The Malaysian national team plays Flamengo All-Stars at Shah Alam Stadium tonight. How strong is the new-look Malaysian team under new coach Claude Le Roy? JEFFREY LOW and MOHD ISHAK will provide you the answers in The New Paper tomorrow Superheroes: Flamengo's Junior (left) and Zico Picture/

Rangers almost there for Gazza [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rangers almost there for Gazza Wire services. GLASGOW Rangers manager Walter Smith said yesterday he had agreed a fee with Lazio for Paul Gascoicne. But tSie England midfielder had still to decide which club he wanted to join. Smith said more talks were scheduled to persuade the 27-year-old injury-prone star

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