Ronaldo most-liked person on Facebook

Cristiano Ronaldo
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Fake Milo seized in Negeri Sembilan

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Phone battery causes fire on plane

CALM: KLM cabin crew extinguish a fire allegedly caused by a mobile phone battery.
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She posts ad to find son's dad

Aussie woman gets pregnant after fling

SEARCH: Miss Bianca Fazey is looking for her son's father on classifieds site Gumtree.
SEARCH: Miss Bianca Fazey is looking for her son's father on classifieds site Gumtree.
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Sustainable shelter

APT: Judge Seah Kwang Peng said Mr Mohamad Yusof Noor's photo containing "solar panel, people and buildings" suited the Sustainable Singapore contest theme.
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'I did what the board wanted'

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S'pore U22s may not be in top shape for AFC Championship qualifiers

BIG TASK: Richard Bok (above) will be hoping to lead his national Under-22 side to the AFC U-23 Championship next year.

Singapore stand a great chance of creating history and qualifying for their first AFC Under-23 Championship next year. If they are ready for the task.

While Asian powerhouses China are in their group, the national Under-22s stand a good chance of progressing, because the luck of the draw saw the team also line up alongside regional minnows Laos and Mongolia.

Group winners and the five best second-placed sides from the 10 groups advance to the Finals in Qatar next January.

Singapore’s Group J qualifiers kick off in Vientiane on March 27.

If they beat hosts Laos and Mongolia, Richard Bok’s boys could very well earn their ticket to Qatar.

 But preparations for the task have raised eyebrows.

The squad have not gathered since their last training session on March 9 and they will only come together on Friday.

Read the full report in our print edition on March 17. 

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Proteas talk down 'chokers' tag

Coach Domingo hopes team have learnt from past mistakes

UNDER PRESSURE: South Africa captain AB de Villiers (above) and his team will be hoping to score their first knockout match win at the World Cup since 1992.
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