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Kicks for feathered friends

Even birds need orthopaedic support. Find out why some feathered seniors at Jurong Bird Park are wearing custom-made 3D printed shoes.

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Angling for sustainability

While other anglers aim to get the big one, 17-year-old Ryan Chin would rather catch a rare fish. His passion for marine fishes spurred him to conduct workshops for new fishing enthusiasts, in the hope that they would learn about sustainable and responsible fishing and the marine biodiversity in Singapore’s waters.

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TODAY live webinar: Attitudes on LGBTQ issues

National surveys have shown that Singaporeans have become more liberal towards LGBTQ issues over the past five years and this mindset shift is mainly driven by the young. But despite growing acceptance, the majority are still opposed to things such as gay sex and gay marriage. As more young, liberal Singaporeans take up space in the public sphere, how will society’s consensus over LGBTQ issues evolve? Watch the instalment from the TODAY Live webinar series that took place on Friday (Nov 19). Guests on the panel: - Yasmine Yahya, TODAY Supervising Editor - Sam Jo, Co-host of The SG Boys podcast - Mathew Mathews, Principal Research Fellow at the Institute of Policy Studies

Malaysians stuck in Singapore long to return home

“It’s sad to say goodbye to my father through a video call,” says Mr Arafat Mahyiddin, a Malaysian working in Singapore. Mr Arafat was unable to return to Malaysia when his father died last August, due to fears that he might not be allowed back into Singapore, causing him to lose his job. Video: Ili Nadhirah Mansor, Raj Nadarajan/ TODAY

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