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Singapore has a strong framework to combat money laundering and terrorism financing, says global body Financial Action Task Force (FATF) praising the efforts by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Also in international news, Japan remains an “important friend” and PM Lee hopes to improve on the landmark Japan-Singapore Economic Partnership Agreement. On the domestic front, Singapore had a “baby boom” last year with the highest number of babies born in more than 10 years.

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NDR 2016

At this year’s National Day Rally, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong called on Singaporeans to prepare for and to stand together in the event of a terrorist attack. PM Lee also spoke about how the government is helping companies and workers to adapt to disruptions in the economy. Looking ahead, he painted a picture of the Singapore that our children can look forward to in 2030 and beyond.

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Out&About@Gov.sg

What’s the most ‘in’ playground in town? Well it has to be Singapore’s first inclusive playground for all children to have fun, no matter their abilities. Join Sarah as she shows you how the playground has been specially designed to allow children of all abilities take a spin and have a swinging good time. Come what may, now everyone can come and play!

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    Out&About@Gov.sg

    24 Sep 2016

    What’s the most ‘in’ playground in town? Well it has to be Singapore’s first inclusive playground for all children to have fun, no matter their abilities. Join Sarah as she shows you how the playground has been specially designed to allow children of all abilities take a spin and have a swinging good time. Come what may, now everyone can come and play!
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    ThisWeek@Gov.sg

    17 Sep 2016

    What is a #WhitePaper? Or #GreenPaper, or even a #BlueBook? ThisWeek@Gov.sg finds out.
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    《吃饱没?》(Eat Already?) Episode 2

    16 Sep 2016

    Jiak Ba Buay? 《吃饱没?》(Eat Already?) is an info-ed drama series specially created for seniors. The series is in Hokkien - a dialect many Chinese seniors are comfortable and familiar with. It will be telecast every Friday, at 12pm, on Mediacorp's Channel 8 dialect slot.
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State Courts Public Talk 2016

Seeking a refund from a company? Or are you caught in a motor accident with another road user? What can you do if you feel you are being harassed or if your neighbour is causing you distress? Join the State Courts Public Talk 2016 on Saturday, 15 October 2016, 9.30am – 12.30pm to find out more about how you may resolve such disputes. Seats are available on a first-to-register basis. So hurry, register for the FREE talk now.

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