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Troubled times for rail operator

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SMRT chairman Seah Moon Ming, flanked by SMRT Group CEO Desmond Quek (left) and SMRT Trains CEO Lee Ling Wee, bowing to apologise for the Oct 7 flooding incident during the media briefing earlier this week.

1. What was the most significant thing that happened this week?

A lot of newsworthy events have taken place in the past few days. New Zealand is poised to have its youngest prime minister in 150 years in the form of 37-year-old Jacinda Ardern, while Austria's Sebastian

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