Members of public queue overnight to pay respects to Mr Lee Kuan Yew
SINGAPORE: Madam Coreen Tan, 36, and her family arrived at 5.30am on Thursday (March 26) to join the queues of people waiting to pay their final respects to former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, whose body is lying in state at the Parliament House.
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Members of the public queue outside Parliament House since as early as 12am, to pay respects to the late Lee Kuan Yew. ��� Gun carriage carrying body of late Lee Kuan Yew arrives at Parliament House · Gun carriage carrying body of late Lee Kuan Yew .
Florist gives away roses, gerberas in honour of Lee Kuan Yew
Instead of making a quick buck, this florist at Raffles Place was giving away white roses and gerbera daisies to people who wanted to pay their respects to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. The man, in his fifties, refused to be named and reluctantly gave us answers.
Singaporeans say BreadTalks Lee Kuan Yew bun is in poor taste
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Bakery chain BreadTalk Group apologised and pulled a bun commemorating the city-states first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew, from its stores after drawing flak from social media users who said the baked goods were insensitive. We.
Three-hour wait? No problem says family who paid their last respects to Mr Lee.
SINGAPORE - Mr Mark Soh and his family were prepared for a long wait to get to pay their last respects to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew at Parliament House on March 25, but they didnt mind. Three hours into their wait, an army officer noticed the group of.
Where you can pay tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew
The body of the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew will lie in state at Parliament House from Wednesday (March 25) to Saturday from 10am to 8pm for members of the public to pay their last respects. Some lanes and roads around Parliament House will be closed from .
Politics this week
Singapore observed a weeklong period of mourning after the death of its former leader, Lee Kuan Yew. Tens of thousands of people queued to see his body lying in state at the city-states parliament. One of the visitors was the Taiwanese president, Ma .
Queues ease on second day for mourners waiting to pay respects to Mr Lee.
SINGAPORE - The crowds waiting to pay their respects to Mr Lee Kuan Yew eased on Thursday, the second day that the late founding Prime Minister lay in state at the Parliamant House. The estimated waiting time as at 10am was 1.5 hours. Ms Maureen .
Lee Kuan Yew: Huge queue to view founder lying in state
A huge queue has formed in central Singapore as thousands wait to pay tribute to late statesman Lee Kuan Yew lying in state in parliament. As of 15:00 local time (07:00 BST), the waiting time was eight hours. Officials are discouraging people from.
More cleaners called in as rubbish piles up along queue
SINGAPORE ��� The growing bevy of Good Samaritans doling out free drinks and snacks to those swarming to say goodbye to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew has, ironically, caused an ugly side of Singapore to re-emerge. Today (March 26), rubbish piled up along .
Singaporeans brave scorching heat to pay final respects to Mr Lee
Under an unrelenting sun, the queues snaked for kilometres, from as far as Fort Canning all the way to Parliament House yesterday. At its longest, advisories were issued to tell people that the wait could be as long as eight hours before they could pay.
Crowd forms at Raffles Place as people wait for special LKY editions of.
SINGAPORE - A queue snaked across Raffles Place green on Monday morning as more than 100 office workers waited in line to purchase special newspaper editions on former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, who died at 3.18am on Monday. Among them .
Lying in state now open 24 hours until Saturday, 8pm
A statement on the Remembering Lee Kuan Yew website has advised members of the public to note that the line to enter Parliament House begins at the riverside Promenade next to Parliament House. As at 2pm, the public the queue stretched to about eight .
Good Samaritans: Businesses offer free drinks to those in Lee Kuan Yew queue
SINGAPORE: As queues to Parliament House, where the body of the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew is lying in state, continue to grow, some eateries along the way are putting business interests aside to offer liquid respite for those waiting in the hot, humid weather.
Photos of the Day: March 25, 2015
Members of the public queue to pay their last respects to founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, lying in state at Parliament House in Singapore, March 25, 2015. Singapores first premier Lee Kuan Yew died in hospital on March 23, 2015, at the age of 91.
Long, slow queue to history
On the first day that Mr Lee Kuan Yews body lay in state at Parliament House, tens of thousands of people queued for up to eight hours under a blazing sky to see him. At about 10am, I joined the line near Elgin Bridge in North Bridge Road, one among .