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SINGAPORE, July 27 (The Straits Times/ANN): Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Monday (July 27) that he has formed the strongest Cabinet he could, and will use the mandate Singaporeans have given him to vigorously deal with the severe economic and public health challenges confronting the nation.
WASHINGTON(Reuters) - Joyce Elliott, an Arkansas state senator who is seeking a U.S. congressional seat in November, was the second Black student to attend her local public high school; the first was her older sister. If elected in November, she will be the first Black lawmaker in Congress from Arkansas, ever.
The blockchain world today is thousands of disparate platforms that can’t talk to each other. So a little-known startup hatched one of the most ambitious plans yet to bridge all the divides – and it’s got the backing of the Chinese government.
IPOH: A 63-year-old unemployed man has claimed trial to 15 charges of money-laundering at the Sessions Court here.
BEIJING: China's thousands of state-owned enterprises, local governments, and public institutions are expanding hiring as a record number of students graduate into a job market left reeling by the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE tiki masks, sun lounger and staff dressed in colourful prints and lei necklaces lend a relaxed vibe to the Resort Cafe.
THE state government should increase penalties on dirty food factories and eateries, said the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP).
KUCHING: DAP's Padungan assemblyman Wong King Wei has quit the party with immediate effect, citing disillusionment with the party's direction and management.
SINGAPORE, July 26 (The Straits Times/ANN): There were 481 new coronavirus cases confirmed as of Sunday noon (July 26), taking Singapore's total to 50,369.
SINGAPORE, July 26 (The Straits Times/ANN): Instead of the tens of thousands of spectators of past years, this year's National Day Parade (NDP) will have just around 150 spectators who are "representatives of society", Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen said on Sunday.