Relax... Is the way to go

Chilled out in the Sentosa heat, Park and Tseng cruise to top of leaderboard 

JOINT LEADERS: Park Inbee (above).
JOINT LEADERS: Tseng Ya-ni (above).
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A broken dream

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S'pore's Lee up for top post in AFC

Winston Lee
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Aussie to face trafficking, murder charges

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Indonesia 'no' to prisoner swop

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Food prices fall to 4½ year low

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Charles Lytton should win again

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Sam Chua's trainer's licence revoked

REINSTATEMENT: Sam Chua will apply for the re-instatement of his MRA trainer’s licence.
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'Henderson is a real leader'

Rodgers praises midfielder for his growing maturity

Jordan Henderson.
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Dad of death-fall woman: Who will care for her little girl now?

DEVASTATED: (Above) Mr Le Van Bon is at a loss after the demise of his daughter.
DEVASTATED: Ms Ho Chieu’s friend was taking her to see a medium when the tragedy occurred.

Their fate remains unknown after the family's sole breadwinner died on Tuesday afternoon.

Vietnamese national, Ms Ho Chieu, 25, fell to her death from the viaduct of West Coast Highway, near VivoCity, just as she was travelling to Chinatown with her friend on his motorcycle.

She leaves behind a seven-year-old daughter who could not believe her ears when she heard of her mother's death.

Ms Ho's father, Mr Le Van Bon, 75, told The New Paper that he may have to come out of retirement to support his wife, younger daughter and granddaughter.

Read the full report in our print edition on March 6.

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