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Former presidential candidate Tan Cheng Bock (above) posted on Facebook on Friday that he had been “un-invited” to a Chinese New Year party at the Istana.
Dr Tan had been turning up for the event every year since 1980.
PEOPLE who are not sick have been turning up to see the doctor at a clinic in Jurong West.
But Ama Keng Clinic is no ordinary clinic.
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DR Tan Cheng Bock might be back at the next presidential elections.
Well, he's not ruling out the possibility when asked by reporters at a press conference held at his home yesterday.
IF ONLY it had been a two-way fight – Dr Tan Cheng Bock would have won.
So say his supporters.
As Singaporeans head to the polls today, we bring you a wrap-up of the nine days of campaigning.
THE man who "spoke" the longest at last night's rally was not Dr Tan Cheng Bock's supporter, a former patient or a resident of Ayer Rajah, where Dr Tan, 71, used to be MP.
The four presidential candidates continued campaigning over the weekend.
In the lead up to polling day next week, some of the presidential candidates' wives opened up to The New Paper on issues close to their heart, and the men in their lives.
Presidential candidates shared their plans in their first TV broadcast last night.
ALL FOUR candidates for the Presidential Elections submitted their Nomination papers yesterday.
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