The PAP Community Foundation (PCF) is ramping up training for its early childhood educators by setting aside $20 million for their professional development over the next three years. PCF is also set to boost the number of its teachers from 5,200 currently to 6,300 by 2022.
Shared bicycle users who park indiscriminately will face extra charges, and repeat offenders can expect to be banned for up to a year. The extra charges are linked to an islandwide quick response (QR) code bicycle parking system to be launched in January.
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