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Woman jailed for throwing killer litter from 50th floor in CBD after tiff with boyfriend

Yahoo Daily News 19 Oct 2021
SINGAPORE — After an argument with her boyfriend, a woman threw a speaker, radio system and a television set from her 50th-floor unit along Shenton Way ... Amid their argument, she threw her boyfriend’s TV set, radio system and speaker from the balcony ... As Saenz realised she will be repatriated, she and her husband will be leaving Singapore.
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Chipmaker GlobalFoundries targets valuation of about $25 bln in U.S. IPO

Reuters 19 Oct 2021
The chipmaker has been consolidating its product lines and announced plans to expand in the United States and Singapore with new factories ... GlobalFoundries was created when Mubadala bought Advanced Micro Devices Inc's (AMD.O) manufacturing facilities in 2009, and later merged it with Singapore's Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd.
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Chipmaker GlobalFoundries targets valuation of about $25 billion in U.S. IPO

Metro USA 19 Oct 2021
The chipmaker has been consolidating its product lines and announced plans to expand in the United States and Singapore with new factories ... GlobalFoundries was created when Mubadala bought Advanced Micro Devices Inc’s manufacturing facilities in 2009, and later merged it with Singapore’s Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd.
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GlobalFoundries seeks $25 billion valuation in U.S. IPO as chip demand soars

Metro USA 19 Oct 2021
The chipmaker has been consolidating its product lines and announced plans to expand in the United States and Singapore with new factories ... GlobalFoundries was created when Mubadala bought Advanced Micro Devices Inc’s manufacturing facilities in 2009, and later merged it with Singapore’s Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd.
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British propaganda campaign incited mass slaughter of communists in Indonesia in 1960s, declassified papers reveal

Russia Today 17 Oct 2021
Several months before that, a team of specialists from the Foreign Office’s Information Research Department (IRD) had already been deployed in Singapore to produce black propaganda to undermine Sukarno’s rule, according to The Guardian ... The UK also funded a radio station, which Malaysians had been broadcasting into Indonesia.
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$1m funding for Aviation Academy justified

FBC News 15 Oct 2021
https.//www.fbcnews.com.fj/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/11am-AG-radio-grab-A-15.10.21.mp3 ... https.//www.fbcnews.com.fj/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/11am-AG-radio-grab-B-15.10.21.mp3. “When we used to send pilots to Singapore, a hotel room rate was about $600-$700 depending on the time ...
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Semtech and Sindcon Bring Smart Metering to the Singapore Zoo With LoRaWAN®

The Marshall News Messenger 05 Oct 2021
The collaboration brings smart consumption monitoring of energy and water at the Singapore Zoo alongside Electrique Energie & Metering Pte ... “The immense scale of this project was a challenge for radio signal transmission due to the Singapore Zoo’s expansive area and heavily forested terrain.
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GlobalFoundries reveals revenue jump in US IPO filing as chip demand surges

The Times of India 04 Oct 2021
The chipmaker has been consolidating its product lines and announced plans to expand into new factories in the US and Singapore ... GlobalFoundries was created when Mubadala bought Advanced Micro Devices Inc's manufacturing facilities in 2009, and later merged it with Singapore's Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd.
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Warner Music PH gets new director

The Manila Times 29 Sep 2021
Sarah Ismail has been promoted to Managing Director of Warner Music Philippines ... Finally, she handled the Philippines' very own Darren Espanto when he released his album "Be With Me" in Singapore. "I couldn't be more excited about stepping into this role ... Ismail first took her passion for music to local radio in her native Singapore, back in 2008 ... .
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X'Ho a music trailblazer and icon who inspired many

Straits Times 27 Sep 2021
Radio veteran, singer, club DJ and writer Chris Ho died of stomach cancer yesterday morning ... He was influential in the Singapore music scene through his work as an artiste, a radio and club DJ and as a writer ... We have lost a great radio voice in Singapore." ... He's also got one of the best voices on Singapore radio.
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Radio and music veteran Chris Ho dies of stomach cancer

Straits Times 27 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - Radio veteran, singer, club DJ and writer Chris Ho died of stomach cancer on the morning of Sept 27. A post on his Facebook page, as well as on radio station Mediacorp Gold 905's page, stated that he had been battling cancer for the past two months ... We have lost a great radio voice in Singapore.".
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Sarah Ismail appointed as managing director of Warner Music PH

Manila Bulletin 23 Sep 2021
Sarah Ismail. Warner Music Group announced today that Sarah Ismail has been promoted to Managing Director, Warner Music Philippines. She will take up her new role on Oct. 1 ... Sarah says. “I couldn’t be more excited about stepping into this role ... Simon Robson adds ... Sarah first took her passion for music to local radio in her native Singapore, back in 2008 ... .
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Blackstar Amplification co-founder Bruce Keir dies aged 60

Guitar.com 21 Sep 2021
The co-founder of Blackstar Amplification, Bruce Keir, has died at the age of 60 ... Keir was born in 1961 in Singapore, the son of a BBC radio engineer. He grew up in a BBC World News relay station, his interest in electronics sparked by his environment and tinkering with discarded radio components ... The statement also says ... ....
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The Straits Times remains best read title, with clear shift to digital, across all age ...

Straits Times 19 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - Seven in 10 Singaporeans consume one or more types of content across Singapore Press Holdings' (SPH) platforms - print, digital, radio or magazines - a new survey has found. The Straits Times (ST) - in print, e-paper and online formats - remains the most widely accessed title, read by 44 per cent of people aged 15 and above in Singapore.
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Over 7 in 10 consume content from SPH media

Straits Times 19 Sep 2021
Seven in 10 Singaporeans consume one or more types of content across Singapore Press Holdings' (SPH) platforms - print, digital, radio or magazines - a new survey has found. The Straits Times (ST) - in print, e-paper and online formats - remains the most widely accessed title, read by 44 per cent of people aged 15 and above in Singapore.
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