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Article Emergency response
The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  14/05/2018
Volunteers helping a victim during a 'terrorist attack' at the Telok Blangah Mall and Market yesterday. The Telok Blangah Emergency Preparedness Day involving the Singapore Police Force's Clementi Division Emergency Response Team saw the attendance of more than 1,000 residents. It is part of the   (58 words)
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Article Stay savvy in travel emergencies
By: LEE SIEW HUA TRAVEL WRITER,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE TRAVEL)  19/05/2019
Buy the right insurance, learn the local lingo for " help" and figure out what steps to take should things go wrong in a foreign land

It has been a fortnight of travel troubles for Singaporeans.
A young Singaporean couple was robbed, injured and harassed in Indonesian holiday hot spot   (1104 words)
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Article Debunking myths on medical emergencies
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FORUM)  16/03/2019
Amid an online petition to protest against the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) decision to fine a psychiatrist $50,000, there have been a few myths circulating on social media that need to be corrected so that the public will not be confused when faced with a medical emergency (NUH doc fined for sharing   (349 words)
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Article Singlish emergency calls? Also can
By: FABIAN KOH,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  10/05/2019
New automated speech recognition system for SCDF recognises the 4 official languages and even Singlish

A system being developed here to transcribe 995 emergency calls in real time for the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) may recognise Singlish.
The Automatic Speech Recognition 995   (405 words)
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Article Empower commuters in emergencies: NTWU
By: KOK YUFENG,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  17/01/2019
Transport workers union submits proposals for next land transport master plan

The National Transport Workers' Union (NTWU) has called for the public to be roped in to help during emergencies or when trains break down.
This was one of several proposals that the NTWU, which has over 20,000   (487 words)
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Article HK protesters defy emergency law
The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS FRONT PAGE)  07/10/2019
Hours after Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam invoked emergency powers last used more than 50 years ago, tens of thousands defied the anti-face mask law and marched through several locations in the city. Protesters threw bricks and petrol bombs, as police fired tear gas and baton-charged them. FOR   (59 words)
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Asia News Network Trump declares emergency
By: YASHWANT RAJ,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  16/02/2019
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 -- US President Donald Trump on Friday declared a national emergency to fund a border wall along Mexico, in addition to the money allocated for it in a compromise spending bill that he signed into law to avert another government shutdown. "We're going to be signing, today, and   (540 words)
Asia News Network Donating emergency kits
By: PARK HYONG-KI,   The Korea Times (Korea)  The Korea Times (Korea)/Asia News Network  03/06/2019
Woori Financial Group Chairman Sohn Tae-seung, left, stands with Korea Red Cross President Park Kyung-seo at the group's headquarters in Seoul, Monday. Woori Financial spent 100 million won to provide 1,200 relief goods kits to the Korea Red Cross. Courtesy of Woori Financial Group   (45 words)
Article SGSecure prepares you for emergencies: Iswaran
By: ZHAKI ABDULLAH,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  16/04/2018
An explosion followed in quick succession by shots fired by two "gunmen" rang out outside the West Coast Community Centre yesterday morning. Both "attackers" were swiftly taken down after a brief shoot-out with the police.
It was part of a simulated exercise aimed at educating residents on   (322 words)
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Article New SGH accident and emergency building by 2023
By: ILYDA CHUA,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  04/04/2018
Singapore General Hospital (SGH) is expanding its accident and emergency (A&E) facilities to meet demand.
The ground was broken yesterday on a 12-storey emergency medicine building, expected to be completed in 2023. It will replace the hospital's existing A&E facilities and have about four   (330 words)
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