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Lee Hsien Loong  Prime Minister of Singapore, and leader of @PAPSingapore. This account is maintained by the Prime Minister’s Office. Updates by Mr Lee are signed LHL.

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The new school term starts tomorrow. Thanks to Hari Raya Puasa, our students got an extra day added to their June school holidays. :) I hope students and teachers are recharged and ready for the rest of the school year. As for parents, hope that you also managed to spend a bit more time with your kids during the break.
Have a good first day back at school tomorrow! – LHL (Took this photo of children playing hide-and-seek at Rundle Mall during my recent holiday in Adelaide./ Photo by me)

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri kepada semua umat Islam. Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri to all Muslim friends!
Hope you had the chance to soak in the festive spirit and buzz at Geylang Serai! I wish you and all your loved ones a joyful and blessed celebration after fasting during Ramadan. – LHL (PMO Video by Alex Qiu and Chiez How)

Mr Othman coaxing his little granddaughter Eiliyah to look into the camera for our wefie. :) Visited my new homeowners in Teck Ghee Parkview yesterday. Teck Ghee is almost fully developed, but we managed to fit in this new BTO project. Many of the families grew up in the neighbourhood, and are now setting up home near their parents under the Married Child Priority Scheme.

Glad that HDB has made this project possible. Thanks also to @PAfrenz staff, grassroots leaders, and the Ang Mo Kio Town Council for taking care of residents and making Teck Ghee a beautiful home. – LHL ([1 & 2] Photos by me / [3] MCI Photo by Chwee)

Joined Home Team, Certis Cisco, and Aetos officers at Tanglin Police Division for #iftar (break fast) yesterday. #Singapore would not be the safe and secure home without their round the clock vigilance and dedication.
After the iftar I spoke about the arrest of the 2 radicalised auxiliary police officers. These cases, plus the female infant care assistant detained last week, have shocked our Muslim community. Important that we maintain multiracial trust and confidence, and not let these incidents, serious as they are, divide us.
If you know of someone who may have gone astray, please report them to the @singaporepoliceforce, MUIS, or the Religious Rehabilitation Group (RRG). This is not to punish them, but to help them return to the right path, and protect our fellow Singaporeans. – LHL (Speaking to some auxiliary police officers just before the prayer call./ MCI Photo by Kenji Soon)

Happy Father’s Day to all dads and dads-to-be!
For many of us, our fathers are our first heroes, and important role models as we grow up.
Many fathers are a lot more hands-on in raising children today. In their own special ways, fathers impart advice to help us make life decisions and learn values that steer us along the right path.
Do spend some time (not just today, I hope :)) with your father and show your appreciation to him. Have a great Father’s Day, everyone! – LHL (ZB Photo © Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Reproduced with permission.) #FathersDay

Just arrived home. Read many of your comments and glad to have met some Singaporeans overseas too. Back to work on Monday. – LHL (Autumn leaves at Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens in Adelaide. / Photo by me)

Sat down for an interview with Saturday Extra’s Geraldine Doogue from @abcradionational (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) last Saturday. We had a wide-ranging discussion on the regional environment, job security, economic trends, and terrorism.

You can catch the full interview tomorrow, Saturday 10 June at 5:30am. That’s a bit early as Australia is two hours ahead of us! Fortunately you can also listen or download the podcast of the interview on ABC RN’s website (http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/saturdayextra/). I hope you will tune in!

I’ll be on leave all of next week. May not post as often but will update when I come across anything interesting. :) – LHL (MCI Photo by Betty Chua)

Attended an iftar (break of fast) with Minister Yaacob Ibrahim, MPs, and congregants at the @almuttaqinmosque in Ang Mo Kio yesterday. It was nice to see the results of the recent upgrade. The prayer space has been extended, and the mosque now has ramps, a lift, and handicap toilets with safety features. The classrooms and auditorium were upgraded too.

With the recent terror attacks in Manchester, London, and just yesterday in Paris, it is more vital than ever that our multiracial society comes together, strengthens understanding and becomes a more resilient nation.
Thanks to volunteers at Al-Muttaqin and mosques across Singapore for working hard during Ramadan to prepare a delicious spread for congregants and members of the public. Wishing all a blessed and peaceful Ramadan! – LHL (MCI Photos by Kenji Soon)

Singapore is known for its clean and incorrupt system, but we have to be vigilant to ensure that corruption never takes root here.
One way is to visit the new Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau’s (CPIB) Corruption Reporting & Heritage Centre, which I officially opened today. You can learn how CPIB has tackled corruption through the years, and also report suspected cases of corrupt behaviour in person. Situated at the former Whitley Neighbourhood Police Post, it is easily accessible (near Stevens MRT on the Downtown Line). Also met the winners of CPIB’s short story writing competition for students with the theme, #IfILiveInDarkness. Many of the winning entries told bleak stories about what would happen if Singapore was tainted with corruption. They told me they were inspired by news reports and even movies. We must make sure none of their stories become reality.

Glad that the centre is open for business, but I hope it doesn’t get too much business! (MCI Photos by LH Goh)

Caught up with former New Zealand PM Sir John Key over lunch (and his favourite chilli crab) today. I congratulated him on just being made a Knight Grand Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (GNZM) for his services to the State! We last met at the ASEAN Summit in Vientiane last year. He stepped down soon after that, so it was nice to see an old friend again. – LHL (MCI Photo by Betty Chua)

Tried to snap a pic of PM @turnbullmalcolm’s granddaughter Isla but she was too quick for me!

We were opening the ‘Ghosts Nets of the Ocean’ exhibition at the @acm_sg yesterday. It features many types of marine life intricately woven from abandoned fishing nets (known as ‘ghost nets’) and recycled plastic by artists from Erub Arts on Darnley Island, Torres Strait, #Australia.

The artists also worked with Torres Strait schools and local, international, and special needs students in #Singapore on the Tiny Turtles Project. Over 750 hand-crafted miniature turtles, each labeled with the name of the child who created it, are displayed on the ACM lawn.

Children (and adults!) will enjoy the colourful and whimsical pieces, but it also sends a serious message on ocean pollution, recycling, and environmental sustainability. – LHL (MCI Photos by Chwee)

Delighted to return the warm hospitality of PM @turnbullmalcolm who is on his first official visit to Singapore. Mr Turnbull was a most gracious host when I visited Canberra for the inaugural Singapore-Australia Leaders’ Summit last October under our Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.

Despite differences in size and culture, #Singapore and #Australia have forged an enduring friendship. Yesterday, we signed two MOUs to cooperate on cybersecurity and on scientific research. New visa programmes will make it easier for Singaporeans to travel to Australia for work or pleasure. This will strengthen our people-to-people ties further.

Looking forward to opening an exhibition with Mr Turnbull later today! – LHL (Wefie with our spouses before lunch!/Photo by me)

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