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Goh defends Lee ‘dynasty’

PRIME Minister Goh Chok Tong defended the family of Lee Kuan Yew over criticism that Singapore's founding father had established a dynasty which put his son in line for the top leadership.

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Singaporeans at open house a sign of better ties

The presence of Singapore leaders and thousands of visitors from the republic at the National Chinese New Year Open House here signals improving relations between Malaysia and Singapore, said Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

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Think-tank to forge South Asia links

SINGAPORE plans to set up a South Asian Institute that will be part of the National University of Singapore later this year.

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All set for Danga Bay fest

The stage is set for Johor to host some 300,000 people, including the royalty and Cabinet ministers of Malaysia and Singapore, at the national Chinese New Year open house in Danga Bay on Jan 24.

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Future PM hints at easing up on nanny role

FUTURE Singapore prime minister Lee Hsien Loong has said it is time for the nation's long-ruling government to loosen the apron strings on political freedom and stop acting like a full-time nanny.

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DPM Lee among 12 faces to watch, says Newsweek

B>SINGAPORE:/BDeputy Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has been named by I>Newsweek/Ias one of the faces to watch in 2004.

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Goh to decide next year on transition

B>SINGAPORE:/BSingapore Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong said in remarks published yesterday he would decide after the first quarter of next year when to step down and clear the way for a leadership change.

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Few takers for Malay language programme

A PROGRAMME introduced in 2001 by the Education Min-istry to produce the next generation of Malay intelligentsia has only 11 students today, half the number last year.

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Government to clip wings of SIA union

THE Government has hardened its stand on Singapore Airlines (SIA) pilots, saying it will tighten the law to remove union members' right to have the final say in any negotiations with the management.

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Lee: Government will not let pilots do Singapore in

ISSUING the strongest warning yet to members of the Singapore Airlines pilots' union, Deputy Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong yesterday said the Government will not stand by and allow them to 'do Singapore in'.