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422091 results found for: 0year old girl from singapore is a child mayor in denmark
Article 10-year-old girl from Singapore is a child mayor in Denmark
By: TAN OOI BOON ASSOCIATE FOREIGN EDITOR,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (WORLD)  29/01/2020
The position of child mayor is the first such since the initiative started two years ago. Audrey will perform this duty for a year, after garnering the most votes in a contest among 12 children last December. Other children have been appointed the town newspaper's child editor and corporate heads, among other adult jobs.   (894 words)
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“It is fun being child mayor and proposing what I have in mind, but I can see that being an adult mayor is not an easy job.” ooiboon@sph.com.sg10-year-old girl from Singapore is a child mayor in Denmark WASHINGTON • The US State Department has re-moved a National Public Radio (NPR) reporter from the press pool for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s upcoming
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Article Singaporean returns daughter to Thai ex-wife after alleged abduction
By: K.C. VIJAYAN IN SINGAPORE AND HATHAI TECHAKITTERANUN IN BANGKOK,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  24/01/2020
She claimed that her former husband had been stalking her and their child, and had exploited his status as the girl's father to take her away. She added that he explained his way to the mall's security staff to let him take out their child. She made a police report after the CCTV footage showed him leaving with the child.   (657 words)
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Article Discover how to avoid real-world threats
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (IN)  20/01/2020
Could Singapore survive in such a dystopian future? Watch out for a special exhibition that starts tomorrow at the Singapore Discovery Centre. Running till March 22, the exhibition Will You Do You? spotlights current threats and the real-world problems out there.   (118 words)
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Article Deal with trivial things before they turn serious
By: SERENE LUO EDITOR,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (IN)  20/01/2020
TOTAL DEFENCE When I am in their vehicles, I enjoy chatting with taxi drivers or Grabcar drivers because they are good observers of everyday life in Singapore. But I feel sad whenever they start to grouse about society here and talk about migrating. Some common complaints: Singapore is a harsh place to live in if you aren't rich.   (591 words)
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Article RECIPE FOR DISASTER
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (IN)  20/01/2020
Elsewhere, a country is being held hostage by online hackers who have taken control of its water supply via the computer systems that regulate the flow of water from the dams and reservoirs. They are asking for a billion bitcoins in ransom, the newscaster drones. You shudder. What is going on? Singapore in the year 2030 only looks like home.   (559 words)
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The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (IN)  20/01/2020
TOTAL DEFENCE IT IS 2030 News portals are reporting that Singapore's trade figures are down for the fifth straight year. Where overseas trade used to earn the country billions, revenue has dropped drastically to just millions.   (1133 words)
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The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (IN)  20/01/2020
Though Singapore is not involved in that conflict, some of its biggest trading partners – the United States, China, among others – are directly involved. Business from those countries have become a lot more cautious about their investments as a result and global trade volumes have slowly dipped.   (834 words)
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Article Plan for every eventuality
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (IN)  20/01/2020
This may lead to toxic smoke from the burning of trash entering your home, along with hordes of insects trying to escape the flames. WHAT TO DO: The SCDF recommends pouring water down the chute or dropping large plastic bags filled with water into it until the fire below goes out.   (711 words)
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Article Stepping forward when it matters
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (IN)  20/01/2020
By day, the 19-year-old is pursuing a diploma in pharmaceutical science at Temasek Polytechnic. By night, with the aid of the MyResponder app (see box below), he is ready to offer emergency aid when called upon by the Singapore Civil Defence Force.   (970 words)
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