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Tech scheme to give more S’poreans with disabilities computers and Internet

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SINGAPORE — Under the NEU PC Plus programme, an additional 5,000 low-income households with people with disabilities are set to qualify for a scheme that offers computers and broadband access at affordable rates. 176 more words

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How Old Do You Need to be To Get Help from a Hartford Medicaid Attorney?


A Hartford Medicaid attorney helps you to make sure you can qualify for Medicaid benefits when you need coverage. Many seniors come to rely on Medicaid to pay for costly medical care as they age, and to pay for the costs of nursing home care. 42 more words

Saiyidah Aisyah is first Singaporean rower to qualify for Olympics

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SINGAPORE — History was made on Monday (April 25) as Saiyidah Aisyah became the first rower from Singapore to qualify for the Olympics. 266 more words

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How can Spore qualify for World Cup: Part 2 – Set-Pieces 101

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How can Spore qualify for World Cup: Part 2 – Set-Pieces 101

Now that the Singapore players have mastered the art of penalty kicks, it’s time to move on to more common dead-ball situations, namely: Free-kicks and corners.  366 more words

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Would You Qualify for a Mortgage Now?

The widespread myth that perfect credit and large down payments are necessary to buy a home are holding many potential home buyers on the sidelines. According to… 363 more words

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What Kind Of Loan Is Best For Me?

The first step to buying any home is financing. Knowing what you are able to afford is essential when searching for a home suited to your individual needs. 371 more words

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How can Spore qualify for World Cup: Part 1 - Penalties 101

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How can Spore qualify for World Cup: Part 1 – Penalties 101

Singapore’s football team has never qualified for the World Cup, only appearing in the Southeast Asian AFF Suzuki Cup. 448 more words

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