Pull out the stops for S.League

Ex-Lions star Wilkinson wants more resources and better facilities for competition

"It’s not rocket science — the best local players must play in the domestic league, not in someone else’s. It really doesn’t help that the LionsXII players are marketed so much more than those in the S.League. It goes to show that the clubs haven’t worked hard enough to market their stars." - John Wilkinson
"Football is not a private matter for private people. It is the people’s game. Get the community at large involved." - Venga
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Under-21s' bashing baffles Patrick Ang 

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Gang-rape victim's nurse alleges rape

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RESULTS

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From sickly child to Manhunt winner

WINNERS: National University of Singapore law undergraduate Nicholas Ngo, 24, winner of Manhunt Singapore 2014.
WINNERS: Winner of Senior Manhunt Singapore 2014 business development manager Choo Yew Meng, 45.
FLAUNT IT: Finalists putting up an energetic performance.

Bullying. Criticism. Insecurities.

No matter why they joined Manhunt Singapore 2014 and Senior Manhunt Singapore 2014, these 26 finalists were proud that they ended their pageant experience being cheered on loudly by their loved ones.

Acceptance and approval is what they sought and these men claimed their validation with big, confident smiles.

The winners at last night's glitzy event held at the One Farrer Hotel And Spa were National University Of Singapore (NUS) law undergraduate Nicholas Ngo (Manhunt Singapore 2014) and business development manager Choo Yew Meng (Senior Manhunt Singapore 2014).

What they had in common were less than happy childhoods which they have now firmly put behind them with their wins.

Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 12. Subscribe to The New Paper, now available in print and digital, at http://bit.ly/tnpeshop.

HK activists shocked by 'alive' remark

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'Judge hasn't got it right'

Critics say judge too lenient in dismissing Pistorius' murder charges

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$150,000 fine for worksite death

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Court awards him $261,000

Cyclist suffers from epilepsy after being hit by car

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ABOUT THE CASE

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