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We should also ask ourselves if such a small country like Singapore needs to have more than one rail operator, says the writer. Having just one operator allows for economy of scale, which can translate to millions in savings over time. Even Hong Kong

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National swimmer Quah Ting Wen competing at the Singapore Swim Series presented by OCBC yesterday. The 26-year-old set a national record in the women's 100m freestyle event, clocking 55.41sec and breaking her own mark of 55.52sec set in 2016.
Yip Pin Xiu, with the silver medal she won in Melbourne yesterday, is looking forward to the Singapore leg of the World Para Swimming World Series in May.
Liverpool may be undefeated at Anfield in European competitions since 2014, but Jurgen Klopp will face Bayern Munich with a depleted backline, with centre-back Virgil van Dijk (suspended), Joe Gomez (fractured leg) and Dejan Lovren (hamstring injury)

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Avoiding triggers and leading a healthy lifestyle, including having regular exercise, can help to prevent migraines.
Using a computer for long periods or excessive consumption of caffeine can lead to a migraine attack.

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