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Other ethnic groups 1.4%
Working Language: English
Other official languages: Mandarin, Malay & Tamil.
The weather TODAY: Showers with thunder in the afternoon over most areas. High tide 2.52 am 2.6m 2.07 pm 2.9m Sunrise 7.12 am Sunset 7.14 pm Moonrise 11.18 am Moonset 11.39 pm PSI: 29 (good) Temp: 23-32 degrees Celsius
Get for me: New Sports Website
Singapore's all new sports website will be launched on 30 January 2000. It features coverage of major sports events in Singapore and around the world. On the same day, their Sports TV Channel will be launched on television. Viewers can tune in to watch their favourite sports programmes then.
The sports website is at www.sportscity.com.sg and reports on major sports, such as golf, swimming, badminton, soccer, motor-sports, rugby, sailing, tennis, bowling, Olympic games as well as basketball.
Hop over to their website now for a preview!
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Get for me: An Apology for interruption in online service
Our website was out of service the whole of 8 and 9 Jan 2000 due to a problem with a server belonging to our web-host, NETFIRMS.COM. We wish to apologise for this. We have e-mailed our hosts who have reverted to us stating there is a bug problem in their server. They are still trying to resolve this problem which has been plaguing our three websites (getforme.com, studymasters.com & thecolapluscompany.com ) maintained with NETFIRMS.COM over the past two months.
Get for me: New Books
ON SALE NOW AT LEADING BOOKSTORES
Singapore: A Pictorial History 1819-2000
By Gretchen Liu
Price: S$61.70 (excludes shipping)
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The road shown on the front cover was Holloway Lane. It has recently gone the way of the Dodo and in its place is an open ground awaiting redevelopment. In the background is St Joseph's Church in Queen's Street.
The picture of the front cover of the book has been posted here with the kind permission of the publisher, Editions Didier Millet Singapore.
Pacific Internet has revised its pricing for its plans.
Easy Access: previously S$9.95/mth now S$4.95 for 13 hours/mth
Easy Access Plus: previously S$24.95 for 32 hours/mth now S$19.95 for 40 hours/mth
Unlimited Access: previously S$100/mth now S$29.95/mth
Their hotline: 1800 872 1455 Their hotsite: www.pacific.net.sg
This website is updated daily between 12.00 am & 1.00 am Singapore time (+8 hours GMT).
Did You Know?
The Chinese High School in Bt Timah Road was completed in 1919 by the architect Swan & Maclaren.
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Today Wednesday 12 Jan 2000
A former Asst Supt of Police was sentenced yesterday to 18 months jail and ordered to pay a penalty of S$8 000 after he was found guilty of corruption.
Singapore slips in poll of telecoms hubs.
Singapore's future will depend critically on a creative minority making important decisions which will decide the Republic's common fate, Minister for Trade & Industry, BG George Yeo said yesterday.
PM Goh will leave tomorrow on a two-day working visit to Indonesia for talks with President Wahid Abdurrahman and other govt officials.
Jakarta: Gus Dur warns Muslims against 'holy war'.
Shanghai: A supermarket guard in southern China's Dongguan city chopped four fingers off a pregnant woman after accusing her of shoplifting, state media reported yesterday.
Around the world
New Haven, Connecticut: A computer hacker reportedly stole 300 000 credit-card numbers from an internet music retailer and posted them on a website after the retailer refused to pay a USD100 000 (S$166 000) ransom.
Courtesy of The Straits Times
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