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Cat E COE prices reached a peak of almost S$100,000 in Jan 2013 – see how it evolved from S$20,000 in Jan 2010 till today
But reported attacks on Singapore ships and in Southeast Asia waters remain high
Here at TODAY, we know our readers are rational people who respect intelligent conversation and sensible behaviour. But we know you also sometimes lie awake at night, thrashing about in bed, wondering just what kind of online troll you would make, if you unleashed your inner foulness on the Internet. Here’s the answer.
From the caveman to the sadist, we stroll down memory lane
Parliament is currently debating the expenditure of Government ministries in the Committee of Supply debate. Here are some of the plans revealed so far

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COE prices over the years

Cat E COE prices reached a peak of almost S$100,000 in Jan 2013 – see how it evolved from S$20,000 in Jan 2010 till today

The Troll Issue: What Kind Of Troll Are You?

Here at TODAY, we know our readers are rational people who respect intelligent conversation and sensible behaviour. But we know you also sometimes lie awake at night, thrashing about in bed, wondering just what kind of online troll you would make, if you unleashed your inner foulness on the Internet. Here’s the answer.

KidsSTOP: Where play becomes science education

KidsSTOP, a 3,000-sqm, S$10 million children’s science centre, opens in June. Singapore’s first science centre catering specifically for children eight and below will get kids to imagine, experience, discover and dream about the world around them through a mixture of role-play and hands-on tinkering. Here are some of the highlights of the new centre.

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