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  2. List of secondary schools in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Holy Innocents' High School: Government-aided: 7108: Hougang: Affiliated to: Catholic Junior College (Non-IP) Holy Innocents' Primary School; Hougang Secondary School: Government: 3046: Hougang: Hua Yi Secondary School: Government: 3226: Jurong West: Hwa Chong Institution: Independent SAP IP: 0806 Bukit Timah: Offers the Hwa Chong Diploma ...

  3. Justin Hui - Wikipedia

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    Justin is the son of a private tutor and a teacher. He attended Holy Innocents' Primary School before attending the Singapore Sports School and Meridian Junior College. He was handed the captaincy of MJC's football team, guiding them to the 2017 A Division football title.

  4. Woodlands, Singapore - Wikipedia

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    British administration. The area consisting of modern-day Woodlands Town first witnessed the opening of the Johor-Singapore Causeway in 1923. Early Woodlands consisted of villages where residents made their living mostly as small-time shopkeepers and vegetable farmers in the Marsiling area, while rubber plantations and poultry farms dot the landscape at where modern-day Admiralty is located.

  5. Tampines - Wikipedia

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    Tampines (/ t æ m p ə ˈ n iː s /) is the regional centre and second-most populous planning area of the East Region of Singapore.With a population of 259,900 living across its five subzones, it is the third-most populous planning area in Singapore, according to the Singapore Cencus of Population 2020.

  6. Low Thia Khiang - Wikipedia

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    Low was re-elected as the MP for Hougang SMC at the 1997 general election, his second election victory in Hougang. 2001 General Election. On 27 May 2001, Low became the secretary-general of the Workers' Party, replacing J. B. Jeyaretnam. He was re-elected again as the MP for Hougang at the 2001 general election. 2006 General Election

  7. List of bus routes in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Hougang Street 92 SBS Transit Sengkang – Hougang 112A Kovan MRT station: 113 Lorong Ah Soo 113A Upper Serangoon Road Upper Serangoon Road 114 Buangkok MRT station: Buangkok Crescent 115 Hougang Street 21 Hougang Avenue 3 116 Hougang Central Bus Interchange: Serangoon Central 116A Serangoon North Avenue 4 117: Punggol Bus Interchange

  8. Bukit Merah - Wikipedia

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    Bukit Merah, also known as Redhill, is a planning area and new town situated in the southernmost part of the Central Region of Singapore. the planning area borders Tanglin to the north, Queenstown to the west and the Downtown Core, Outram and Singapore River planning areas of the Central Area to the east.

  9. Yishun - Wikipedia

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    Yishun, formerly known as Nee Soon, is a residential town located in the northeastern corner of the North Region of Singapore, bordering Simpang and Sembawang to the north, Mandai to the west, the Central Water Catchment to its southwest, Ang Mo Kio to its south, as well as Seletar and Sengkang to its east.