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Estimated population of Singapore
citizens and permanent residents - 3,163,500 as at June 1998.
Other ethnic groups 1.4%
Working Language: English
Other official languages: Mandarin,
Malay & Tamil.
Planners expect the
population of Singapore to reach 5.5 million by 2040 or 2050, taking
into account an expected increase in the number of foreigners working
here. From just 3 million in 1990, the number has swelled to 3.9 million
today, including 700,000 foreigners.
A high-level working
committee is now looking at ways to encourage more couples to have
babies. Demographer Saw Swee Hock says that if the fertility rate
continues to stay below two, the population here, minus the foreigners,
will peak at about 3.3 million in 2025 and then begin to drop.
Singapore's water is
clean and safe to drink from the tap. There is no need to boil it.
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partly cloudy. Showers in the early afternoon, mainly over northern and
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Boogie Night: NAC-Shell Community Art Series
Ready for a
groovy, hoppin' time? Stomp on down to Braddell this Saturday,
21 Oct 2000, and experience an evening of Big Band jazz and
Lindy Hop that's sweeping the world.
Thomson Big Band and Lindy Hop Ensemble, the event is sure to
get your feet tapping and body swaying.
free. The show takes place from 7.30pm - 8.30pm at Central
Singapore Joint Social Service Centre Amphitheatre, Toa Payoh
Lorong 1 (between Blocks 116 and 117). You can take the MRT and
alight at Braddell MRT Station. It's just a two-minute walk
enquiries, please call NAC at Tel: (65) 837 9559 during office
hours or click NAC.
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on wedding planning and tells you where to get gowns,
photography, wedding car rental, confectionery, etc.
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ArabicCasino.com an arabic casino - online casino.
d-finder.com is a one-stop
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available in Singapore.
was launched on 28 Sep 2000. Arts enthusiasts can now book their
favourite shows online at TicketCharge's new website.
Previously, TicketCharge customers could only buy tickets via
phone or at their outlets.
was launched on 27 Sep 2000. It provides a one-stop application
process for new credit card applications. You only need to fill
in their form once as the information is stored and
recycled for use in your subsequent applications.
Productions is an independent theatre-arts group which
produces, performs, and promotes the works of locally-based
playwrights in Singapore and throughout the region.
or the print version, a morning tabloid, Project Eyeball, is a new newspaper
which hit the streets
on 12 Aug 2000. Brought to you by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH).
is a legal website which was officially launched on 21 Sep 2000. It provides
a one-stop centre for people to find lawyers.
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Holidays DEEPAVALI is
the next public holiday. It falls on Thursday 26 October 2000.
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Registration for national
service for all male Singaporeans and permanent residents born between
13 Dec 1982 and 12 Mar 1983 started on 31 Jul 2000 and ends on 29 Sep
2000. For those born between 13 Mar 1983 & 12 Jun 1983,
registration starts on 2 Oct 2000 & ends on 24 Nov 2000.
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job seekers and expatriates.
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Step-by-step guide to applying for a job, flying into Singapore, getting an employment
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of Snuff-Bottles An exhibition on the Art of
Inside-Painting takes place from 14 - 22 Oct 2000 at the Exhibition
Hall of 28A Kreta Ayer Road Singapore 088995. Opening times: 12 noon
- 7pm. Tel: (65) 3231696/222 3597 Fax: (65) 222 3762
Bill - 3 One-Act Comedies 1. Mother Figure 2. Seven Menus
3. Loose Tongues. Presented by Hotcurrie Theatre (Producers of The Expat
Wife) 18 - 20 Oct 2000 YMS
Theatre 54 Waterloo Street 8pm 21 Oct 2000 YMS Theatre 54
Waterloo Street 3.30pm & 8pm. Tickets at S$45 (Includes two
glasses of wine).
Tickets from SISTIC at Tel: (65) 348 5555 or click SISTIC
Pok Man: The Play R(A) 18 Presented by Fiction Farm. Based on one of the most
provocative Singapore films of the 90s. A brand new stage version
from the Director of The Blue Room. 18 - 28 Oct 2000* 8pm
SICEC Auditorium, Suntec City 21, 28 Oct 2000 3.15pm Matinee *No performance on 23 Oct 2000
Tickets at S$60, S$50, S$37.50, S$25 & S$17.50 from SISTIC at
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8 and still counting That's the number of MediaCorp Studios artistes
so far to have resigned to cross over to rival MediaWorks set up
by the SPH group.
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Wednesday 18 Oct 2000
Prime Minister GOH Chok Tong
leaves for Seoul today to attend the third Asia-Europe Meeting (Asem)
summit. The summit will be from tomorrow to Saturday.
Five private residential
estates have been picked as the first batch to be upgraded at government
expense. Estates involved in the S$20.5 million upgrading are Serangoon
Gardens, Thomson Garden, Hoover Park, Tai Keng Gardens and Woodlands
Park. Some 4600 households will be affected by the upgrading which will
add improved facilities including covered walkways, better parks and
landscaping and improved parking facilities.
The last and youngest of the
teenagers who tortured a 14-year-old girl over 17 days was yesterday
sent to Toa Payoh Girls' Home for the maximum term of three years.
Growth in the export of
Singapore-made goods slowed unexpectedly to 11.7% last month, following
a 27.1% year-on-year increase in August, the September trade data
released yesterday by the Trade Development Board (TDB) showed.
A 15-year-old girl who flung
a plastic bottle and water bomb from a ninth-floor flat in Bishan St 22
was placed on probation by the Juvenilet Court for 15 months during
which she would have to be at home between 9pm and 6am. She was also
asked to do 180 hours of community service.
London: The Myanmar Embassy
in London told the Foreign Ministry that British human-rights activist
James Mawdsley, who is being held in the notorious Keng Tung prison in a
remote part of Myanmar, would be freed, possibly within days. He had
received a 17-year sentence for distributing pro-democracy leaflets in
Around the world
London: Students as young as
10 years old are being offered hypnosis to help boost their examination
results. Trained hypnotists will be on hand to put the youngsters in
"an altered state of mind" as they study for their O-level and
A-level examinations. They are targeting students who suffer from stress
and nerves. The scheme will start in the Kirklees Education Authority
(KEA) of West Yorkshire. If successful, hypnosis could be adopted in
schools across Britain for those who want the help.
Washington: Scientists said
on Monday they had confirmed what grandmothers have always known - that
chicken soup is good for the flu and colds. A team at the Nebraska
Medical Centre reported in the journal, Chest, that many of its
ingredients helped stop the movement of neutrophils - white blood cells
that eat up bacteria and cellular debris which are released in great
numbers by viral infections, like colds.
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A dash of Angostura
Garnish with a slice of
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The Singapore Sling was
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