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This week’s top reads from The Straits Times

Good evening! Catch up on some of the week’s top reads.


More information about Omicron needed to decide if S’pore Covid-19 rules should change

Other things to monitor would be how fast it spreads, and whether those infected would suffer a more severe form of Covid-19.

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More in Singapore using e-vaporisers despite it being banned since 2018

But there is at least no indication that more non-smokers are picking up e-cigarettes, according to a Milieu survey. 

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Tanjong Pagar crash: Raybe Oh needs multiple surgeries next year but says she’s ‘getting a lot better’

She suffered severe burns while trying to rescue her fiance from a burning car earlier this year.

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Singapore-Malaysia land VTL to start from Nov 29: What you need to know

Travellers must use VTL buses, and tickets will go on sale on Nov 25.

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A hug meant so much to Colin and Joseph Schooling

The Olympic swimming champion remembers his dad saying this: “Son, if I had pushed you too hard all these years, I’m sorry”.

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Level up your culinary skills with new hands-on food workshops

These hands-on experiences also yield good gifts for foodie friends during this festive season.

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Parents should pick secondary school that suits the child, not the parent: Principal

Parents should talk to their children about their choice of school, he adds in a webinar.  

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Impact of outage on DBS Bank’s reputation, credibility likely to be limited, say experts

Problems with the website and mobile app prevented customers from accessing services for three days.

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