MORNING MINUTES: What will make headlines today, May 22, 2015

Good morning! Morning Minutes is a round-up of stories that will break today and which we think you'd be interested in.

It appears on weekdays, available by 7am.

First work-at-height safety training centre to be launched

Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Manpower and Education Hawazi Daipi will launch Singapore's first training centre for work-at-height safety training today. Galmon Academy is run by mobile elevating work platform distributor Galmon. - ANDREA NG

24 hours to help 1,390 needy children

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Students and teachers of Victoria Junior College will be packing 1,390 shoeboxes with gifts for less privileged children and young people today, as part of the Victoria Challenge this year. Under the challenge, held every four years, they have to complete a series of community projects within 24 hours. Minister of State for Trade and Industry Teo Ser Luck, who is an alumnus, will launch the challenge this morning. - LOOK WOON WEI

Yoma to discuss full-year results

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Yoma Strategic Holdings is holding a media briefing today to discuss its full-year results ended March 31. - STEPHANIE HENG

A Division Netball Finals: River Valley High vs Raffles Institution

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The Schools National A Division netball final takes place today, with River Valley High School taking on defending champions Raffles Institution. The play-off for third place will see Anglo-Chinese Junior College meeting Hwa Chong Institution. - HO SI RUI