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Welcome to Coney Island

Nik Voon has added a photo to the pool: "What if we find a corpse here?" [Read entire story]

Jurong temple devotees evacuated after men barge in with dangerous weapons

A woman was shocked to see a large group of men unloading weapons in a temple along Jurong West Street 42, on Oct 2 at around 10pm.She said she had been attending an event at the temple, when halfway through she noticed [Read entire story]

17 MRT stations to be upgraded

SINGAPORE - 17 MRT stations along the North-South and East-West lines will be upgraded to improve commuting experience.Under this plan, platform voids at 11 stations will be covered to create more standing space, while [Read entire story]

Canadian International School goes big on outdoor learning

Amid stiff competition for pre-school pupils among international schools, the Canadian International School opened an outdoor play area this month at its Lakeside Campus to enhance its kindergarten programme.The 2,011 sq [Read entire story]

Aussie school plans new early-years facility

The Australian International School has started construction on a new facility that will be able to accommodate 2,000 pupils aged between 18 months and six years old.It currently has more than 450 pupils aged between two [Read entire story]

Rise in international-school places

Getting a place in an international school here has become easier over the years, with the opening of two such schools last year.But demand for international school places is still growing, and at least three other [Read entire story]

From gangster to social worker

Mr Weevyn To used to fashion himself as a tough guy.But as a drug-taking gangster, he could not break free from the destructive pattern of running away from life's problems. He skipped school, ran away from the Singapore [Read entire story]

Ex-CNB field officer misses drug busts

As a field officer in drug enforcement, Mr Lee Cheng Kiat was well known for being garang (Malay for fierce).Now no longer doing field work, the 70-year-old admits he found it hard to put his emotions aside and focus [Read entire story]

Have more kids? For many women, one child is enough

While two-child families remain the norm, the proportion of married women who have just one child has almost doubled in the past 20 years.Last year, 21.6 per cent of ever-married female citizens or permanent residents [Read entire story]