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S'pore may have avoided recession

SINGAPORE'S economy grew 2.2% in 2002 but may not fully recover until 2004, Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong said yesterday, suggesting the city-state might have escaped recession in the 4th quarter.

Leaders Arsenal expect a 'massive game' in capital derby

Arsenal New Year's Day match against London title rivals Chelsea at Highbury today is a 'massive game' according to Gunners' boss Arsene Wenger.

Generic drugs cost more

PRICES of generic drugs are rising almost twice as rapidly as prices of brand-name drugs, even as many insurers and the Bush administration are pressing Americans to switch in the name of saving money.

Youngster Adam joins the tennis pro ranks

National tennis player Adam Jaya has decided to take the plunge into the professional ranks.

Fatherhood does wonder

At 10am on Jan 10, racing ace Alexander Yoong will become a father! He has married his longtime sweetheart Arianna Teoh and this is the first time he is speaking openly about impending fatherhood, the reason he kept his marriage a secret and plans for the furture. KEE HUA CHEE visited the happy couple at their condo to congratulate them.

Real back with a vengence

Tomorrow sees the end of the holiday season in Spain with traditional processions of the Three Kings and Real Madrid aim to celebrate in a manner fit for their biblical counterparts with a convincing victory over fellow championship challengers Valencia.

Moment of truth for rubber industry

IT WILL soon be time for speculation to yield completely to reality. At least, this is the case for those who have taken part in the share market whirl #8211; the so-called I>Reactorrim /I>play #8211; that has lifted the prices of several counters following announcements of joint ventures (JVs) to consolidate rubber smallholdings.

Home surveillance helps cut down on burglaries

The Royal Thai Police should be commended for their success in the #8220;home surveillance scheme#8221; in which homeowners register with local police to put their houses under watch while they spend carefree holidays elsewhere.

On the alert for danger signs

b>By Jeffrey Francis/B>

Stephen banking on future breed to lift hockey to new heights

FOR 12 years, he has been in the forefront of the national hockey team, serving as assistants to foreigners and then running the team in his own right. Today, former international and national skipper Stephen van Huizen goes into his last tournament as national junior hockey coach. He talks to STARSPORT#8217;S S. RAMAGURU about coaching and the national team.