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  • Wednesday, September 24
  • Thundery showers expected with air quality in the moderate range for 25 Sep 
    The number of hotspots in Sumatra and Kalimantan stands at 47 and 656 respectively today. The low number of hotspots in Sumatra is due to partial satellite coverage and cloud cover. As of 6 pm today, the 24-hr PSI remained in the moderate range between 67 and 73. Prevailing winds are expected to blow from an easterly or south-easterly direction bringing thundery showers in the late morning and early afternoon. The overall PSI is forecasted to stay within the moderate range for the next 24 hours.
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  • Wednesday, September 24
  • HDB announces staggered downpayment scheme for right-sizers 
    HDB owners who want to 2-room or 3-room flats in non-mature estates need only pay half of the downpayment whether on HDB loan or loans from other financial institutions. HDB also announces 4,630 new flats in its September 2014 BTO exercise.
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  • Tuesday, September 23
  • Late morning and early afternoon showers with occasional slight haze expected for 24 Sep 
    32 and 409 hotspots were sighted in Sumatra and Kalimantan respectively with cloud cover and partial satellite coverage over Sumatra. As of 6 pm today, the 24-hr PSI was between 58 and 64, remaining in the moderate range. Thundery showers in the late morning and early afternoon to accompany prevailing winds from the southeast or east. Expect the occasional slight haze with the overall air quality remaining in the moderate range for the next 24 hours.
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  • Tuesday, September 23
  • MOE to strengthen primary school teachers and support educators through new NIE diplomas 
    MOE intends to develop its teachers and support educators further by strengthening schools’ mentoring capacity and introducing new NIE advanced diplomas for lower primary school teachers and support educators.
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  • Tuesday, September 23
  • Lower overall inflation rates in August 
    Inflation eased in August due to declining accommodation and transport costs. The 0.9% year-on-year inflation rate also signalled lower food inflation and a slower increase in petrol pump prices.
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