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Other ethnic groups 1.4%
Working Language: English
Other official languages: Mandarin, Malay & Tamil.
The weather TODAY: Occasionally windy with periods of passing showers in the morning and afternoon. High tide 4.15 am 2.5m 4.18 pm 2.4m Sunrise 7.16 am Sunset 7.19 pm Moonrise 0.39 am Moonset 12.59 pm PSI: 38 (good) Temp: 23-31 degrees Celsius
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Singapore: A Pictorial History 1819-2000
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Today Friday 28 Jan 2000
Hello Kitty Japanese wedding dolls frenzy at McDonald's turned ugly yesterday as fights disrupted over queues which snaked around as far as the eye could see. Six men were arrested as the catfights and caterwauling overwhelmed civilised behaviour. McDonald's has cancelled the sale of the dolls at its branches. The last in the series of the dolls, Chinese wedding dolls, would instead be sold at bigger and more centralised venues where it would be more orderly.
NUS and NTI must have greater autonomy in handling salaries, policies and staff salaries to compete globally, says high-level government committee.
Singapore and KL bourses to meet on CLOB issue.
Petrol and diesel prices at Mobil and Esso service stations went up by 4 cents a litre yesterday. With this move, all four major petrol companies in Singapore have now raised their petrol and diesel prices by the same amount. The new petrol prices start at S$1.233 per litre and diesel at S$0.565 cents per litre for diesel.
Hong Kong: Hong Kong hit by new strain of flu virus from South Pacific.
Manila: The Philippines will deploy 500 troops to protect some 2000 US soldiers here for a joint military exercise.
Around the world
Washington: US to 'sell' China's WTO entry to workers.
Courtesy of The Straits Times
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