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Poll: Present policies won't make couples have children

AS Singapore frets over its all-time-low birth rate, a new poll has thrown more light on why couples are reluctant to start families.

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Wanita MIC to speed up aid through new NGO

Wanita MIC is setting up a non-governmental organisation (NGO) to procure funds and grants to help needy Indian women.

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Civil service offers flexi hours to those affected by SARS

THE civil service will grant time off, where possible, to employees affected by the SARS outbreak.

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Group wants policy on working from home

Puspanita (Association of Female Public Service Officers and Wives of Civil Servants) plans to submit a resolution for the Women and Family Development Ministry to draw up a policy for women to work from home.

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100 childcare centres to come under ‘Tabika 21’ project

One hundredB/B>childcare centres have been identified for this year's I>Tabika 21 /I>project under the National Unity and Social Development Ministry.

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Work-from-home project to help the urban poor

The Selangor government is starting a work-from-home scheme and offering free child-minding courses in the middle of this month under a pilot project to help the urban poor.

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Malaysia offers to help Thailand

Compiled by IVY SOON (May 2-8)

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Five teleworking mothers honoured as best in contest

For writer Lydia Teh, playing jigsaw puzzle with her daughter and making roast chicken and home-baked buns are the 'luxuries' of working from home. Teh, who writes on parenting and lifestyle issues, said teleworking enabled her to be at home when she was needed, send her children to school, coach them with their homework and cook for the family. This mother of four was one of the five winners of the Best Teleworking Moms Contest 2004.

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Housewife and kids in dire straits

A 38-year-old widow and her four children are facing financial difficulty following the death of her husband in a road accident.

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A successful home-based mum and entrepreneur

Quitting her job as a systems engineer to start up her own business was a risky step for Dayang Lily Abang Muas, but she did it for the love of her children.