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This week's top reads from The Straits Times

Good evening! Catch up on some of the week’s top reads.

‘I never thought someone would want to kill me’: S’porean who survived 9/11 attacks

Rachel Yager was on the 38th floor of the World Trade Center’s North Tower on 9/11.

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Covid-19 home recovery scheme to be expanded to more people: How does it work?

More fully vaccinated patients will be able to recover at home should they experience a breakthrough infection.

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No need to differentiate between linked and unlinked Covid-19 cases when disease is treated as endemic: Experts

Shifting the focus means resources can be better used elsewhere.

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Moving out, moving on: Why expats, S’poreans relocate amid Covid-19 pandemic

Uncertainty about the pandemic has also driven some Singaporeans home.

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Construction firm Samwoh to face charges for unauthorised drainage works that caused Pasir Ris flood

Samwoh’s actions led to a flood that stranded cars and motorists for almost two hours on Aug 20, said PUB.

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NUS president to hold online townhall meeting with parents of Yale-NUS students to discuss closure

The meeting will also be open to parents of students in the University Scholars Programme.

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Will primary school registration changes lessen stress and competition for places?

Senior education correspondent Sandra Davie looks at what the changes mean for parents and their children.

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Luxury marketplace Reebonz appoints provisional liquidator to wind up company

Reebonz director Samuel Lim Kok Eng said the company “cannot by reason of its liabilities continue its business”.

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