Selected news articles from ‘Singapore’ sources in Factiva.com (Issue 1 covers 1-7 Apr 2015). To read the full-text, search under Factiva.com (access for NTU staff/students). Not sure how to search? Click here.
Rolling Stone retracts article on brutal gang rape, issues apology
The Straits Times, 7 April 2015, 400 words, (English)
Magazine’s discredited story a result of failures in editorial process: Report
NEW YORK – Rolling Stone magazine has retracted its article about a brutal gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity after the release of a report on …
Film festival for the blind
The Straits Times, 6 April 2015, 540 words, (English)
Paris – In most movie theatres, the lights go dark and the feature begins, but for an audience attending a film festival under way this month, the whole world is dark and stays that way.
THE LAST RALLY | MR LEE KUAN YEW 1923 – 2015; What’s next for Singapore after Lee Kuan Yew?
The Straits Times, 4 April 2015, 1105 words, Han Fook Kwang, Editor At Large, (English)
Passing of larger-than-life leader will bring inevitable change, but key question is what this entails
IT HAS been almost a fortnight since Lee Kuan Yew passed away.
NLB programme to help children assess quality of online information
TODAY (Singapore), 4 April 2015, 381 words, Jordon Simpson, (English)
SINGAPORE — They are quick to go on the Internet to do research for their schoolwork, but as soon as they find nuggets of information, many do not cross-check its veracity against other resources. Many also cut and paste information they …
Ensuring blogosphere’s positive potential
Business Times Singapore, 3 April 2015, 1379 words, Nayef Al-Rodhan, (English)
Governments must take steps to limit extreme abuses of blogs while letting them be the means by which the masses can be heard.
THE Internet and global interconnectivity, while often taken for granted, has changed the face of social reality. …
Fashion’s human side ; The industry has much to gain from honest documentaries
TODAY (Singapore), 3 April 2015, 1480 words, (English)
NEW YORK — One of the thorniest questions in the fashion world right now — the one that keeps designers and chief executives up at night and arguing during the day — is not, as you might think, whether it is beneficial for a brand to have …
Outpouring of support for arrested Malaysian editors
TODAY (Singapore), 2 April 2015, 545 words, THE MALAYSIAN INSIDER , (English)
KUALA LUMPUR — Following their arrests this week, the five Malaysian Insider top executives and senior editors yesterday received an outpouring of support from fellow media professionals, members of the public and even politicians.