MORNING MINUTES: What will make headlines today, April 28, 2015

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

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Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum opens

The much anticipated Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum opens its doors to the public today. The Raffles Natural History Collection now has a permanent home in the spanking new $46 million building designed by Singapore architect Mok Wei Wei. - AARON LOW

MAS releases bi-annual macroeconomic review


The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is releasing today its bi-annual macroeconomic review, in which it is expected to give an update on how the various sectors of the economy are doing. The MAS is also expected to address issues relating to labour and inflation. - CHIA YAN MIN

OCBC holds annual general and shareholders meeting


OCBC Bank will be holding its annual general meeting followed by an extraordinary general meeting for shareholders this afternoon. - RACHAEL BOON

Tender for residential land parcel at Tampines to close

The tender for a residential land parcel at Tampines Avenue 10 will close at noon today. The Urban Redevelopment Authority is expected to release the list of bidders for the site after 5pm. - RENNIE WHANG

School sports: National A Division bowling finals today

The Schools National A Division bowling finals are on today but it remains to be seen if Anglo-Chinese Junior College can retain their overall champions title. - CHUAN LIMIN

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