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This week, a re-recording of the National Anthem by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra was released. Meanwhile, MOT announced that the Cross Island Line will take a direct route under the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, instead of an alternative route skirting around the reserve. In other news, e-scooter users will have to pass a theory test and be at least 16 years old to ride on cycling paths.

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Factually

Misleading and false statements by the States Times Review were made online. Get the clarifications here.

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City of Innovation: Singapore – Project Wolbachia

#Didyouknow Singapore is working towards a dengue-free country with Project Wolbachia? This is an innovative programme where male mosquitoes carrying the Wolbachia bacterium mate with females, causing them to lay eggs that do not hatch! 😲😲😲 Catch the full documentary of “City of Innovation: Singapore” on https://youtu.be/Kl2o3Mhwhd4

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    City of Innovation: Singapore – Project Wolbachia

    25 Nov 2019

    #Didyouknow Singapore is working towards a dengue-free country with Project Wolbachia? This is an innovative programme where male mosquitoes carrying the Wolbachia bacterium mate with females, causing them to lay eggs that do not hatch! 😲😲😲 Catch the full documentary of “City of Innovation: Singapore” on https://youtu.be/Kl2o3Mhwhd4
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    MG Life Hacks: Know Your MG Benefits

    01 Nov 2019

    Here are 5 Life Hacks that the Merdeka Generation should not miss out on. If Choo Bee Bee can do it, so can you. Remember to jio your MG and PG senior friends to visit Flower Dome!
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    Together With The Ismails

    22 Nov 2019

    Ismail and Syarifah know that multitasking is key when it comes to bringing up kids. Little Fatin wants to attend arts camp in school, and her sister Suzi is adapting to childcare. How do they navigate this new adventure as a young family? Meet the Ismails and 3 other Singaporean families here: sg.sg/togethereverystep1
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