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Held in a time of Covid-19, General Election 2020 has been an unusual one without rallies.

How has Singapore changed over the years? Every fortnight, The Straits Times will feature old and new images of a place in Singapore.

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This is the last instalment of Singapore Slider as the series is taking a break. 

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This view across the Castelluccio plain in central Italy, snapped on Monday during the annual blossom, could be mistaken for a painting by Claude Monet: a blur of colour created by countless wild flowers growing among the crops.
Amid the gloom cast by the recent surge of cases in India, some are still trying to find happiness in what is now the country with the third-highest number of Covid-19 infections in the world.
As sports returned to Britain earlier this month, former rhythmic gymnastics star Hannah Martin got back to training in her native Sussex.


Madam Koh Meng Tee being carried to the polling centre at Yishun Primary School by her 50-year-old son Then Inn Hwee and his wife during the 1988 General Election. This year's election has barrier-free voting areas and wheelchairs for voters who need them. Photonico is a website offering high-quality stock photos that celebrate Asian contemporary culture and heritage.

Singapore through the years