3-star Ning set for the big time

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Destroying 'network of death'

"No God condones this terror. The only language understood by killers like this, is the language of force. So the United States of America will work with a broad coalition to dismantle this network of death." - US President Barack Obama speaking at the UN General Assembly in New York on Wednesday.
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CITY HARVEST CHURCH LEADERS TRIAL

ABOUT THE CASE

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CITY HARVEST CHURCH LEADERS TRIAL

'You were an active participant'

Chief Prosecutor on finance manager Sharon Tan's (picture) role in round-tripping:

City Harvest Church (CHC) finance manager Sharon Tan.
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Singapore mum turns children's bento meals into works of art

SO CUTE: A bento made in the likes of Kai Kai and Jia Jia.
SO CUTE: These Pikachu, Hello Kitty and Rilakkuma sandwiches are made using a cutter that Miss Lee got from Daiso. Side dishes are meatballs, broccoli, strawberries and kiwifruits.
INSPIRING: This Whack-a-Mole bento was inspired by an arcade game that her two sons played when they were little.

Most of the time, people who pack lunches to school don't care about the way they are presented.

But Ms Lee Li Ming, 38, puts her heart and soul into the meals she makes for her two sons.

Instead of just putting together rice, veggies and meat, Ms Lee turns them into cartoon works of art.

With clever use of food colouring, cookie cutters and lots of imagination, a simple dish of rice, meatballs, broccoli and fruits transforms into Mario, the heroic Italian plumber from the eponymous video game.

And now, her homemade charaben (Japanese for character bento), is world-famous, having been featured on the websites of foreign newspapers such as the UK's Daily Mail and Daily Express, and the New York Post and ABC News in the US.

Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 26.

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No kelong attempt escapes FDS radar

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Olympic Council of Asia to probe Asiad kelong claims

THE NEW PAPER, SEPT 25

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) will investigate allegations of match fixing in the Under-23 football tournament of the 17th Asian Games.

The OCA, the organiser of the games in Incheon, South Korea, said this in a statement yesterday following The New Paper's report that a few matches with late goals could have been compromised.

News agency AFP quoted an OCA official as saying that the council took the matter seriously and was working with the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and world football governing body Fifa for "a proper and full investigation".

Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 26.

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Six charged for fake GST claims

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Singapore's female CEO representation highest in Asia

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Singapore passport fifth-best to hold

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