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Haze keeps visitors away from Penang Hill
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 21 ― The haze in Penang which was at its worst so far this week, affected the arrival of visitors at one of the state's iconic attractions, Penang Hill.
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Foreign car owners yet to get RFID tag
JOHOR BARU: Many owners of foreign-registered cars are lamenting they have yet to receive their RFID (radio frequency identification) tag even as Malaysia’s Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) system will start on Oct 1.
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Lawyer: US bid to extradite North Korean 'political'
KUALA LUMPUR (AFP): The case against a North Korean man facing possible extradition from malaysia to the US on money-laundering charges is "ambiguous" and highly...
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Malaysia used as pawns in US bid to nab North Korean man, says lawyer
Kuala Lumpur: The case against a North Korean man facing possible extradition from Malaysia to the US on money-laundering charges is “ambiguous” and highly politicised, his lawyer said Friday.
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Study: Almost half of Singaporean influencers artificially boost followers, comments
SINGAPORE, Sept 20 — Almost half of influencers in Singapore use artificial methods — including buying followers — to inflate their statistics on Instagram, according to a new report which surve...
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Pitch your ideas to these 7 investors at Tech in Asia Conference
Funding opportunities are hard to come by, and we understand the challenges that come with finding potential investors.
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Report: Immigration system exploit still being used to issue Malaysian passports illegally
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 19 — A bypass function in the Immigration Department’s system for passport issuance remains exploited by corrupt officials and syndicates that offer Malaysian passports for sale...
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Singapore’s Acronis banks $147m in Goldman Sachs-led round at over $1b valuation
Acronis, a cybersecurity firm based in Singapore and Switzerland, has received US$147 million in an investment round led by investment banking giant Goldman Sachs, pushing its valuation to over US$1 b...
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Golf: Singaporean eyes back-to-back victory in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: Singapore's Quincy Quek will be gunning for another breakthrough in Malaysia when he tees off at the PGM MNRB ADT Golf Championship at the Kelab Golf Sarawak in Kuching, starti...
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Malaysians love Singapore… properties. Ranked very high.
Its a love-hate relationship, maybe.
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Peat fires possible reason for ‘very unhealthy’ air quality, says Klang MP
KUALA LUMPUR: Klang MP Charles Santiago today said peat fires could be a cause of the “very unhealthy” air quality recorded in Johan Setia in his constituency during the last few days.
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Jail for Singaporean who gave bribe to unlawfully obtain Malaysian driving licence
SINGAPORE (ANN): A man's elaborate plan to own and drive two cars here hit a bump in the road when he incurred multiple parking penalties.
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Singaporean man killed in car accident in Kuala Lumpur
SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) - A Singaporean man was killed when his car skidded after a minor accident with a motorcycle and crashed into a water-filled road barrier at a bridge under construction in Ku...
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Don’t fight fires, prevent them in the first place
SOMETIMES, I just don’t understand.
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Firm confirms forest fire in its estate
PETALING JAYA: Plantation company Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KLK) has confirmed that there was a forest fire in one of its estates in Riau, Indonesia.
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Stop blame game and bring haze culprits to justice, Malaysia and Indonesia told
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 14 — A DAP lawmaker has called for a joint investigation team (JIT) to be formed to bring those responsible for constant transboundary haze to justice.
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Haze - take legal action against Malaysian companies
MP SPEAKS | The government should immediately initiate legal proceedings against Malaysian companies that are responsible for jungle fires and open burning in Indonesia.
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Haze: 'Very unhealthy' air quality in two areas in Sarawak and Johor
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 14): Kuching in Sarawak and Tangkak in Johor experienced 'very unhealthy' air quality at 10am today, with Air Pollutant Index (API) readings of 221 and 206 respectively.
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Haze: ‘Very unhealthy’ air quality in two areas in Sarawak and Johor
KUALA LUMPUR: Kuching in Sarawak and Tangkak in Johor experienced ‘very unhealthy’ air quality at 10am today, with Air Pollutant Index (API) readings of 221 and 206 respectively.
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Two areas in Sarawak and Johor record ‘very unhealthy’ air quality
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 14 — Kuching in Sarawak and Tangkak in Johor experienced ‘very unhealthy’ air quality at 10am today, with Air Pollutant Index (API) readings of 221 and 206 respectively.
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KLK confirms forest fire in Indonesian subsidiary's estate
PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KLK) has confirmed that there was a forest fire in one of its estates in Riau, Indonesia.
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Indonesia seals off 29 firms' plantations to curb fires
Indonesia has sealed off plantations operated by 29 companies, including four subsidiaries of Malaysian groups and one Singaporean firm, after fires were detected in their concessions, the government ...
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Indonesia seals off plantations operated by 29 firms over fires, including Singapore, Malaysian companies
JAKARTA/KUALA LUMPUR - Indonesia has sealed off plantations operated by 29 companies, including four subsidiaries of Malaysian groups and one Singaporean firm, after fires were detected in their conce...
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Report: Indonesia acts against M'sian-owned firm, seals land over haze
Indonesian authorities have sealed a plot of land in Riau which belongs to the subsidiary of a Malaysian firm for allegedly being involved in forest fires that contributed to haze in the region, accor...
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Survey: Over nine in 10 Singapore employers have trouble hiring, training staff for new technologies
SINGAPORE, Sept 13 — As the government pushes for digital transformation to take root in companies, some obstacles lie in the way, with more than nine in 10 Singaporean employers saying they face ch...
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Singaporean robot-designing couple welcomes own human creation
Singaporean robot creator Wong Choon Yue raises his left hand and swipes it past a sensor in a high-five gesture.
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This is how long Singaporeans need to work to afford the new iPhone 11 Pro
Yes, there is such a thing called the iPhone Index.
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Singaporean robot-designing couple welcomes own human creation
SINGAPORE, Sept 12 — Singaporean robot creator Wong Choon Yue raises his left hand and swipes it past a sensor in a high-five gesture.
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ViewQwest rolls out 100Mbps broadband plan, starting at RM128
ViewQwest is rolling out its 100Mbps high-speed broadband plan starting in Klang Valley and Johor Bahru, which is priced starting at RM128 monthly.
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Study: Average Malaysian needs one month's salary to afford iPhone 11 Pro
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 — An average Malaysian needs a month’s wages to be able to afford the recently launched iPhone 11 Pro, priced at RM4,899 each for a model with 64GB of storage.
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Stalled Asia trade pact at ‘point of no return’, Indonesia says
SINGAPORE: Global trade tensions could derail a landmark regional agreement encompassing 16 countries including India, China and Australia if a deal is not struck by November, said Indonesian Minister of Trade Enggartiasto Lukita.
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Malaysian pleads guilty to molesting eight-year-old neighbour in Singapore
SINGAPORE, Sept 11 — The two families living side by side were on good terms, with one father often asking his neighbour to help with home repairs.
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E-commerce giant Taobao opens first SE Asian store in Singapore's Funan mall
SINGAPORE, Sept 5 — One of the world’s largest e-commerce websites, Taobao, which has played a key role in disrupting the retail scene, has opened its own brick-and-mortar store in Singapore.
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Singaporean detained for carrying bullet
KOTA KINABALU: Police have detained a Singaporean woman at the departure hall of the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) for allegedly carrying a bullet.
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Melaka's Peranakan chefs spill secrets on what keeps tourists coming
MELAKA: Soaked in creamy coconut milk and topped with green glutinous rice and red beans, the iced dessert had the distinct caramel notes of gula Melaka, a palm sugar originating from the state its ...
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Vivian Balakrishnan's visit to Kedah first of many trips to Malaysian states
ALOR SETAR - Singapore's Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan on Thursday (Aug 29) embarked on the first of many trips to engage Malaysia's leaders at the state level, kicking off with a visit to the ...
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Retirement adequacy in Malaysia
COMMENT | Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong recently announced that the country’s retirement age will be raised to 65 within three years.
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Making the arts inclusive for those with disabilities
KUALA LUMPUR: For many, going blind would be devastating. But 64-year-old Jamaliah Mohd Yasin held on to her dream of becoming a photographer after losing her...
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Sabah CM to visit East Kalimantan and Tarakan in September
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal will visit Kalimantan next month, where he is expected to touch on possible collaborations following...
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Singaporean company Bigo Technology selling content moderation services, starting with Indonesia
Bigo’s AI-powered content moderation system boasts 99% accuracy in identifying illegal content such as pornography and violence. Company sees an opportunity...
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Volkswagen Fest is back for 2019, and you can meet the Arteon too!
For the third year running, attractive deals on new and pre-owned models can be had at the 2019 edition of the Volkswagen Fest, to be held between 30th August and 1st September 2019 at the Setia City ...
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Crocodile charges at reporter in Melaka
A REPORTER from China Press had a close shave with a 4m-long crocodile while trying to take pictures of the reptile along the Sungai Malim riverbank in Melaka.
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Singapore to trial driverless buses booked with an app
Singapore will next week begin a public trial of driverless buses that can be booked with an app, part of ambitions to roll out autonomous vehicles across the city-state.
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Singapore to begin public trial of driverless buses
On-demand autonomous shuttle bus is seen during the official launch of a public trial run at Sentosa island resort in Singapore.
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Surendran urges Singapore to drop charges against lawyer defending Malaysian on death row
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 20 — Lawyers for Liberty legal adviser N. Surendran today urged Singaporean authorities to stop persecuting lawyer M. Ravi, who is representing mentally challenged Malaysian death ...
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S'pore urged to drop bid to disbar death row prisoner's lawyer
Lawyers for Liberty (LFL) adviser N Surendran has urged Singapore to drop its bid to disbar human rights lawyer M Ravi.
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Group slams charges against lawyer of Malaysian on death row in Singapore
PETALING JAYA: Rights group Lawyers for Liberty (LFL) has urged Singapore to drop charges against the lawyer of a Malaysian on death row for drug trafficking in the city-state, accusing the government...
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Search for Singaporean kayaker called off
JOHOR BARU: The search and rescue (SAR) operation for a Singaporean man who went missing on Aug 8 while on a kayaking expedition in Mersing was called off after rescuers failed to come up with new leads.
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A recession in Singapore likely to impact Johor as well
JOHOR BARU: Johor looks likely to be affected by Singapore’s slide into recession following a big drop in the republic’s economic activities in the second quarter of the year.
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Questions over kayaking mishap
The case of the two Singaporean kayakers who went missing off Mersing has cast a gloom over the kayaking fraternity.
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Malaysia ends search for missing kayaker
Malaysia has ended search operations for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon, 62, after 10 days of scouring the sea from north Johor to Terengganu on the east coast of peninsular Malaysia.
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Vernacular schools won’t be issue with mastery of multiple languages, says deputy minister
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 — Deputy Defence Minister Liew Chin Tong said national unity can still be fostered with vernacular schools.
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Missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon will be 'at peace' at sea, says family
SINGAPORE: The family of missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon on Monday (Aug 19) issued their "heartfelt thanks" to those involved in looking for him, after authorities called off a search operat...
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Search for Singaporean kayaker called off after 10 days
JOHOR BARU: The search and rescue (SAR) operation for a Singaporean man who went missing on Aug 8, while on a kayaking expedition in Mersing, was called off last night after rescuers failed to come up...
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Malaysia, Singapore reach 'understanding' over RTS Link project: Malaysian Transport Minister
.KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia and Singapore have reached “an understanding” over the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link project, Malaysia’s Transport Minister Anthony Loke said on M...
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Search for Singaporean kayaker called off after 10 days
JOHOR BARU (Bernama): The search and rescue (SAR) operation for a Singaporean man who went missing on Aug 8 while on a kayaking expedition in Mersing was called off on Sunday (Aug 18) night after rescuers failed to come up with new leads.
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Malaysia ends search for remaining missing Singaporean kayaker
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia has ended search operations for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon, 62, after 10 days of scouring the sea from north Johor to Terengganu on the east coast of peninsula Ma...
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Malaysia ends search for remaining missing Singaporean kayaker
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia has ended search operations for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon, 62, after 10 days of scouring the sea from north Johor to Terengganu on the east coast of peninsula Ma...
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Search for missing Singaporean kayaker called off after 10 days
JOHOR BARU, Aug 19 — The search and rescue (SAR) operation for a Singaporean man who went missing on August 8 while on a kayaking expedition in Mersing was called off today after rescuers failed to ...
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Malaysian authorities call off search for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon
MERSING: Malaysian authorities have called off the search and rescue operation for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon, the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency said in a press release on Mond...
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Besut police chief lost reattached thumb due to infection
KEMAMAN: Besut District Police chief Supt Mohd Zamri Mohd Rowi had to undergo another operation on Friday to take off his reattached right thumb after it developed an infection.
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Besut police chief loses his right thumb again
KEMAMAN: Besut district police chief Mohd Zamri Mohd Rowi has lost his right thumb again after it developed an infection after being reattached by surgeons last week after it was chopped off in a para...
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Search for Singaporean kayaker focuses on coastal areas on 10th day
KUALA TERENGGANU: The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day today, with a search area of 100 square nautica...
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Besut police chief loses reattached thumb due to infection
KEMAMAN (Bernama): Besut district police chief Supt Mohd Zamri Mohd Rowi had to undergo another operation on Friday (Aug 16) to remove his reattached right thumb after it developed an infection.
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Search for Singaporean kayaker focuses on coastal areas
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day Sunday (Aug 18).
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MMEA: Search for Singaporean kayaker focuses on coastal areas on 10th day
KUALA TERENGGANU, Aug 18 — The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day today, with a search area of 100 squ...
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2Q GDP highest in five quarters, surprises market — analysts
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 18): Malaysia's Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which expanded by 4.9 percent year-on-year (y-o-y) for the second quarter of 2019 (2Q 2019), is seen as a surprise to the market, as it ...
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Family holds wake for Singaporean kayaker who died in Malaysia
SINGAPORE: The family and friends of Singaporean kayaker Josephine Puah Geok Tin who died in Malaysia paid tribute to her on Saturday (Aug 17).
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Dozens turn up at wake of Singaporean kayaker Puah Geok Tin
SINGAPORE - Friends and relatives gathered at the wake of Singaporean kayaker Puah Geok Tin, who drowned during a trip in Malaysia, painted a picture of a woman who lived life large.
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Missing Singaporean kayaker: Malaysia extends search to Kuala Terengganu waters
KUALA TERENGGANU: Malaysian authorities on Saturday (Aug 17) expanded the search area for a Singaporean kayaker who went missing in Johor waters to 300 square nautical miles, from waters off Kemama...
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Search for missing Singaporean kayaker extended to Kuala Terengganu waters
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day on Saturday (Aug 17).
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Search for missing Singaporean kayaker extended to Kuala Terengganu waters
KUALA TERENGGANU: The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day today, with a search area of 300 square nautica...
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Body of S'pore kayaker brought home for funeral
The body of Singaporean kayaker Josephine Puah Geok Tin, 57, was transported by undertakers back to Singapore yesterday, accompanied by her son Louis Pang and five relatives.
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2Q GDP highest in five quarters, surprises market — analysts
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 16): Malaysia's Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which expanded by 4.9 percent year-on-year (y-o-y) for the second quarter of 2019 (2Q 2019), is seen as a surprise to the market, as it ...
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Missing Singaporean kayaker: Malaysia narrows search area after reported sighting of body
CHUKAI, Terengganu: The search area for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon has been narrowed after the reported sighting of a body with a life jacket strapped to it in Dungun waters on Thursday ...
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Singaporean kayaker's body brought home, accompanied by son; search continues for other kayaker
The body of Singaporean kayaker Josephine Puah Geok Tin, 57, was transported by undertakers back to Singapore on Friday (Aug 16), accompanied by her younger son Louis Pang and five relatives.
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Search narrowed for missing Singaporean kayaker, after body reportedly sighted in Dungun waters
CHUKAI, Aug 16 — The search and rescue (SAR) operation for Singaporean Tan Eng Soon, who went missing in a kayaking expedition last week, was today focused on the waters between Kemanan and Merchang...
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Search area for missing Singaporean kayaker narrowed down after sighting of body
CHUKAI (Bernama): The search and rescue (SAR) operation for Singaporean Tan Eng Soon, who went missing in a kayaking expedition last week, was focused on the waters between Kemaman and Merchang in Marang following the reported sighting of a body in Dungun waters Thursday (Aug 15).
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Statos to put Sarawak on Singapore’s investment map
Abang Johari (left) tours the exhibits at the Sarawak-Singapore Business Forum and the Sarawak Expo 2019.
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Remains of female Singaporean kayaker to be repatriated today
CHUKAI: The remains of Puah Geok Tin, the Singaporean woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here on Aug 8, will be repatriated to Singapore tomorrow morning.
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Remains of female Singaporean kayaker to be repatriated Friday (Aug 16)
CHUKAI (Bernama): The remains of Puah Geok Tin, the Singaporean woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here on Aug 8, will be repatriated to Singapore on Friday (Aug 16) morning.
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Remains of S'porean kayaker to be flown back tomorrow
The remains of Puah Geok Tin, the Singaporean woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters on Aug 8, will be repatriated to Singapore tomorrow morning.
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Remains of female Singapore kayaker to be repatriated today
CHUKAI, Aug 16 ― The remains of Puah Geok Tin, the Singaporean woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here on August 8, will be repatriated to Singapore this morning.
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Asian shipping pioneer, Malaysian Frank Tsao, dies aged 94
SINGAPORE: Tan Sri Frank Tsao Wen-king (pic), the Shanghai-born entrepreneur who fled to Hong Kong amid the turmoil of the Chinese civil war and went on to build one of Asia’s biggest shipping empires, has died aged 94.
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Son confirms woman kayaker's death in emotional post
The family of Singaporean kayaker Madam Puah Geok Tin said they were trying to "be strong for each other" yesterday - a day after her body was identified - while relatives of her missing companion fac...
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'I love you and I always will': Family, friends pay tribute to Singaporean kayaker who died in Malaysia
SINGAPORE: “I love you and I always will.” These seven words were posted by the daughter of Singaporean kayaker Puah Geok Tin early on Thursday (Aug 15) morning, hours after Malaysian authorities ...
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Family confirms body found at sea is missing kayaker
CHUKAI: The family members of a Singaporean woman today confirmed that the body found by local fishermen near Kemaman waters yesterday is Puah Geok Tin, 57, who went missing after going kayaking in Me...
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Son of missing Singaporean kayaker in Malaysia urges authorities to 'maintain search effort'
SINGAPORE: The son of a Singaporean man who went missing while kayaking in Malaysia on Thursday (Aug 15) urged authorities to maintain the search effort for his father.
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Family confirms body found near Kemaman waters is missing kayaker
CHUKAI (Bernama): The family members of a Singaporean woman have confirmed that the body found by local fishermen near Kemaman waters on Wednesday (Aug 14) is Puah Geok Tin, who went missing while kayaking in Mersing last week.
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The Big Story: Singaporean kayaker's body found in Terengganu, and the moral dilemma of AI
SINGAPORE - Catch up with the hottest topics on The Straits Times' new weekday talk show.
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Search continues for second missing Singaporean kayaker
MERSING - Following the discovery of the body of 57-year-old Madam Puah Geok Tin - one of the two Singaporean kayakers who went missing last Thursday (Aug 8) - the search for Mr Tan Eng Soon continued...
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OCBC mulls bid for control of Indonesia’s Bank Permata
JAKARTA: Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. is weighing a bid for Standard Chartered Plc’s Indonesian bank, people with knowledge of the matter said, a move that may create the country’s fifth-largest lender.
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Son of Singaporean kayaker confirms her death on social media
SINGAPORE, Aug 15 — The son of missing Singaporean kayaker Josephine Puah Geok Tin, 57, has confirmed her death on social media.
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Family of missing Singaporean kayaker arrive at Kemaman Hospital
KEMAMAN: Some 15 family members of a Singaporean woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here on Aug 8, arrived at the Kemaman Hospital Forensic Unit last night.
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Body of woman believed to be missing Singaporean kayaker found
MERSING: The body of a woman believed to be that of a Singaporean kayaker reported missing in Endau waters on Aug 8 was found in Kemaman waters today.
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Penang building outsourcing centre of its own after S’pore firms pull out
GEORGE TOWN: Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow said the state government was building an outsourcing centre of its own after it mutually agreed to cancel a RM11.3 billion project with two Singaporea...
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Body believed to be that of missing Singapore kayaker found in Kemaman
MERSING, Aug 14 — The body of a woman believed to be that of a Singaporean kayaker reported missing in Endau waters on Aug 8 was found in Kemaman waters today.
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Body of missing Singaporean kayaker found off Terengganu: Report
SINGAPORE: The body of missing Singaporean kayaker Ms Puah Geok Tin has been found in waters off Kemaman, Terengganu, Chinese portal 8world.com reported.
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Award-winning Singapore maker of gaming chairs valued at over S$200m after Temasek boost
SINGAPORE, Aug 14 — Off the bat from winning the “best gaming chair of 2019” gong, Singapore startup Secretlab has secured millions in funds from a subsidiary of state investment firm Temasek Ho...
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