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S'pore studying new laws to protect Republic from foreign interference, says Josephine Teo

Straits Times 01 Mar 2021
SINGAPORE - Singapore is "fine-tuning" proposed laws to counter hostile information campaigns and guard against the threat of foreign interference in its domestic politics ... Mrs Teo noted that while the threat of foreign actors working to subvert Singapore's politics has always been present, this danger has grown.
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Parliament: S'pore studying new laws to protect Republic from foreign interference, says Josephine Teo

Straits Times 01 Mar 2021
SINGAPORE - Singapore is "fine-tuning" proposed laws to counter hostile information campaigns and guard against the threat of foreign interference in its domestic politics ... Mrs Teo noted that while the threat of foreign actors working to subvert Singapore's politics has always been present, this danger has grown.
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Legislation to counter foreign interference in politics

Straits Times 01 Mar 2021
Singapore is "fine-tuning" proposed laws to counter hostile information campaigns and guard against the threat of foreign interference in its domestic politics ... Mrs Teo noted that while the threat of foreign actors working to subvert Singapore's politics has always been present, this danger has grown.
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Option of culling has been too readily dismissed

Straits Times 28 Feb 2021
The National Parks Board and nature activists have given advice on how to reduce, if not prevent, such attacks ... Well-meaning nature lovers have campaigned for areas to be set aside for wildlife protection in land-scarce Singapore, as well as for the enactment of legislation to protect wildlife ... I would add these observations ... ....
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Forum: Option of culling wild boars has been too readily dismissed

Straits Times 28 Feb 2021
The National Parks Board and nature activists have given advice on how to reduce, if not prevent, such attacks ... Well-meaning nature lovers have campaigned for areas to be set aside for wildlife protection in land-scarce Singapore, as well as for the enactment of legislation to protect wildlife ... I would add these observations ... ....
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Little India Goes Green with new fight against food wastage

Straits Times 27 Feb 2021
A Little India Goes Green campaign was launched yesterday with an introductory webinar that saw speakers from the National Environment Agency, and food distribution associations, such as The Food Bank Singapore, offer solutions on how to reduce and prevent food waste in restaurants and provision shops.
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Follow the money: Myanmar coup puts pressure on army businesses

Al Jazeera 26 Feb 2021
But after Senior General Min Aung Hlaing led a coup on February 1 that scuppered a 10-year experiment with democracy, campaigners have once again set their sights on the military’s sprawling, and highly lucrative, business interests ... Campaigners have been pressing Kirin, the Japanese drinks company, to cut ties with MEHL for years.
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Must-reads

Straits Times 25 Feb 2021
The Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine has been found to be 94 per cent effective in a study involving 1.2 million people in Israel, with the major peer-reviewed, real-world research confirming the power of mass immunisation campaigns to bring the coronavirus pandemic to a close.�. SINGAPORE ... Three more Singapore shooters get their shots.
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TNC’s Morphling-Spiritbreaker not enough vs Fnatic; PH powerhouse now in danger of missing SG Major

Manila Bulletin 25 Feb 2021
Photo from PGL live stream ... 24.� ... With a 6-1 record to end its campaign in the six-week regional league, Fnatic secured its spot in the Singapore Major–the first Dota 2 Major tournament of the year which will be hosted by ONE Esports and PGL next month.� ... Read. Scenarios for TNC and Neon to qualify (or not) for the Singapore Major.
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Promoting conservation a key facet of PUB's work

Straits Times 23 Feb 2021
Promoting water conservation remains a key issue that PUB has invested considerable effort, in the form of public education campaigns aimed at forging a strong water-saving culture in Singapore, and forums for industries to share their experiences in water recycling.
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Forum: Promoting water conservation a key facet of PUB's work

Straits Times 23 Feb 2021
Promoting water conservation remains a key issue that PUB has invested considerable effort, in the form of public education campaigns aimed at forging a strong water-saving culture in Singapore, and forums for industries to share their experiences in water recycling.
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Tennis: Japan's Nishioka and Daniel urge fellow Asians to ride the Osaka wave

Straits Times 23 Feb 2021
Nishioka was speaking a day before opening his Singapore Tennis Open campaign with a win against American Michael Mmoh on Monday. In the men's game, Japan's Kei Nishikori became the first Asian-born man to reach a Grand Slam final in the 2014 US Open, when he lost to Marin Cilic, who also features at the ongoing Singapore Open.
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The 53 'Buffalo Soldiers' missing after WWII

Omaha World-Herald 22 Feb 2021
Singapore falls to Japan ... A major Axis victory, Singapore surrenders to the Japan general in charge of the campaign in front of Japanese news cameras ... Singapore falls to Japan ... A major Axis victory, Singapore surrenders to the Japan general in charge of the campaign in front of Japanese news cameras.

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