The Straits Times Restarted

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The Straits Times extends hearty greetings to its readers on resuming its publication. The last issue of this Staits Times was on the 14 February 1942, the day before the fall of Singapore. Due to printing difficulties, the restarted newspaper has one two pages and costed 10 cents.

Straits Times

The headlines was “Singapore Is British Again!” and “King’s Message To Malaya”.

The first The Straits Times “and Singapore Journal of Commerce” was published on 15 July 1845. It contain 8 pages containing advertisements and snippets of world news.

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