Singapore cruises set to call at some regional ports in 2022 after talks with ASEAN govts: STB

Passengers setting sail from Singapore could be able to take cruises to somewhere later in 2021. The Singapore Tourism Board said it is in talks with ASEAN authorities on how to harmonise safe cruising standards. Since they were launched in November 2020, more than 400,000 domestic passengers have set sail on close to 300 "cruises to nowhere". Now, Royal Caribbean is offering voyages with ports of call in Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam — subject to authority approvals. They are scheduled to start in October.

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Singapore cruises set to call at some regional ports in 2022 after talks with ASEAN govts: STB

Passengers setting sail from Singapore could be able to take cruises to somewhere later in 2021. The Singapore Tourism Board said it is in talks with ASEAN authorities on how to harmonise safe cruising standards. Since they were launched in November 2020, more than 400,000 domestic passengers have set sail on close to 300 "cruises to nowhere". Now, Royal Caribbean is offering voyages with ports of call in Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam — subject to authority approvals. They are scheduled to start in October.

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Wake Up Call: Gorgeous sunrise in Plympton

Tuesday’s Wake Up Call comes from Plympton.

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Activists call for judicial review of intensive farming to combat another pandemic

Even while we are still dealing with the Covid pandemic, scientists are already worrying about the next one, especially diseases which could leap from animals to humans.

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Animal rights activists claim that intensive farming practises risk creating the perfect breeding ground for such diseases to spread and mutate, and they’re going to court to seek a judicial review.

The National Farmers’ Union says farming standards across Britain are some of the best in the world.

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D Savage on Living with Juice WRLD, Getting the Call the He Died (Part 5)

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Part 4: https://youtu.be/6qCwZkXeuEk
Part 1: https://youtu.be/BX5RbM8C8eA
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In this clip, D Savage details Juice WRLD’s battle with substance abuse and the way it compared to his problem with alcoholism. He talks about living with the late rapper when he was snorting percocets and he recalls the events leading up to the day when he lost his close friend. Lastly, D Savage explains why he wishes he could have been with Juice WRLD in his final moments, indicating that perhaps he could have relieved the stress that led to his death.

Interview By. Shirley Ju

NBA legend spreading Covid disinformation gets wake-up call

Gonzaga University has suspended season tickets for one of its most notable alumni and Hall of Fame basketball player John Stockton after he refused to comply with the school’s mask mandates at games, he said in an interview with The Spokesman-Review in Washington. CNN’s Natasha Chen reports. #CNN #News

NYPD Officer Killed And Another Wounded After Domestic Call In Harlem

A New York City police officer was killed and another critically wounded after a shooting in Harlem. Police say 22-year-old officer Jason Rivera was shot and killed when he and several officers answered a call about an argument between a woman and her adult son.

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