First-half Foxes blitz flattens Black Cats

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Kone is toffees saviour

Newcomers Watford are denied win at the death

ON THE BALL: Everton goalscorer Ross Barkley holds off Watford’s Etienne Capoue
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Zaha puts Palace on course for victory

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A 50-year flashback 2013

in Little India trouble Big

RIOT: More than 400 South Asian foreign workers turned violent and vented their anger by attacking responding officers who attended to a fatal accident near the junction of Race Course Road and Hampshire Road.One ambulance and a police car were torched.
RIOT: More than 400 South Asian foreign workers turned violent and vented their anger by attacking responding officers who attended to a fatal accident near the junction of Race Course Road and Hampshire Road.One ambulance and a police car were torched.
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A 50-year flashback 2015

'Together, we came not only to mourn'

FAMILY MAN: Mr Lee Kuan Yew with Madam Kwa Geok Choo (above) in a photo taken on Sept 5, 1946.
The late Mr Lee's grandsons Li Haoyi (left) and Li Shengwu bore his portrait out of the University Cultural Centre after the funeral service followed by other members of the family, including Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, his wife Ho Ching and brother Lee Hsien Yang on March 29.
FINAL GOODBYE: People with raincoats and umbrellas lined the roads to bid a final farewell to Mr Lee Kuan Yew on March 29 as the State Funeral Cortege passed from Parliament House to the University Cultural Centre at National University of Singapore. A woman wept (above) as she waited patiently in heavy rain at Jalan Bukit Merah for the cortege to pass.
FINAL GOODBYE: People with raincoats and umbrellas (above) lined the roads to bid a final farewell to Mr Lee Kuan Yew on March 29 as the State Funeral Cortege passed from Parliament House to the University Cultural Centre at National University of Singapore. A woman wept as she waited patiently in heavy rain at Jalan Bukit Merah for the cortege to pass.
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A 50-year flashback 2015

Epilogue

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A 50-year flashback 2014

Sim Lim Square shame Jover Chew of Mobile Air gains notoriety for allegedly cheating and intimidating customers

DESPERATE: Mr Pham Van Thoai (above) was in tears after he was refused a refund at Mobile Air's shop in Sim Lim Square. Previously, they gave a refund of $547 in coins to another customer.
DESPERATE: Mr Pham Van Thoai was in tears after he was refused a refund at Mobile Air's shop in Sim Lim Square. Previously, they gave a refund of $547 (above) in coins to another customer.
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A 50-year flashback 2014

Sports Hub officially opens

WORLD'S LARGEST DOME: The National Stadium at the Sports Hub was officially opened on July 26.
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Mrs Lee Kuan Yew Farewell:

LOVE: The late Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew gave his wife two final kisses as she lay in her casket at the Mandai Crematorium on Oct 6, 2010. Mrs Lee had died on Oct 2.
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2006: IMF, World Bank event held here

OPENING: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong delivered his opening speech at the opening session of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank in Singapore.
OPENING: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong delivered his opening speech at the opening session of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank in Singapore.
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