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Article Simulator training now a must for learner motorists
By: ADELINE TAN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS FRONT PAGE)  13/12/2019
They will experience scenarios based on local roads and risky situations before they can take practical test Driving while drunk, avoiding cyclists in blind spots or objects falling from a lorry – these are some scenarios that learner motorists can expect to encounter during simulator training. From   (599 words)
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Article Driving simulator training provides an eye-opening experience
By: ADELINE TAN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/12/2019
About 10 minutes into my drive, my car crashed into a wooden plank on the road. I had not seen it in time, and what surprised me was the considerable jerk I felt from the impact of the collision. Just as well then, that the accident was part of my hands-on experience of a driving   (311 words)
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Article Man fined $6,000 for causing girlfriend's death in accident
By: DAVID SUN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/12/2019
He was also disqualified from holding all driving licences for three years Exactly a year after his girlfriend died in the accident, a man was convicted and sentenced for negligently causing her death. Danial Andika Mohman, 23, had plans to marry Ms Nur Diana Lim, 20, after completing his national   (476 words)
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Article Jobs growth highest in 5 years: MOM
By: KOK YUFENG,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/12/2019
But unemployment and retrenchments also up on such likely factors as hiring caution and older workers seeking to return to workforce It was a mixed picture for the labour market as employment continued to grow but unemployment, including long-term unemployment, and retrenchment numbers went up in the   (522 words)
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Article Man jailed 4 weeks for taking upskirt videos at Woodlands Checkpoint
By: DAVID SUN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/12/2019
A man taking upskirt videos of a woman at Woodlands Checkpoint was caught by off-duty Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officers. Leong Sau Chung, 31, a Malaysian who was working as a storekeeper here, was yesterday jailed for four weeks after pleading guilty to one charge for   (212 words)
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Article Manpower Minister: Singapore must see job-skills mismatch as 'an opportunity'
By: KOK YUFENG,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/12/2019
A former marketing and advertising associate director, she stopped working for several years due to health reasons and to take care of her son. When Ms Lim Su-Lin, 47, rejoined the workforce as a cashier at sports retailer Decathlon in 2016, she did not expect to find a second career. But she now   (523 words)
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Article Poor upkeep the top reason for falling windows
By: HIDAYAH ISKANDAR,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/12/2019
Poor maintenance was the main reason for windows falling from buildings in the first 11 months of the year. In a joint statement yesterday, the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and the Housing Board said that from January to November, 48 windows have fallen, with half of them involving   (337 words)
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Article Yishun woman hangs mynah from laundry pole
By: TATIANA MOHAMAD ROSLI,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/12/2019
To teach a mynah a lesson for entering her kitchen, a Yishun resident hung the bird on a laundry pole stand outside her flat. Officers from the Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (Acres) were alerted on their 24-hour wildlife rescue hotline about the incident, Acres said in a Facebook post   (365 words)
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Article NUS helps PhD students turn ideas into reality via Grip
By: SANDRA DAVIE, SENIOR EDUCATION CORRESPONDENT,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/12/2019
Programme guides postgrads, researchers in creating their own deep-tech start-ups Most PhD students go on to become academics or research scientists in universities or industry. At the National University of Singapore (NUS), though, several are turning their research ideas into inventions and aiming   (420 words)
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Article Woman found not suitable for 2nd mandatory treatment order
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB, COURT CORRESPONDENT,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/12/2019
She was given first MTO in 2017 for hurting neighbour's religious feelings A woman convicted of wounding the religious feelings of her Malay-Muslim neighbour for the second time has been found to be unsuitable for another mandatory treatment order (MTO). Lee Dji Lin, 66, was given her first MTO in   (376 words)
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