The Medical School in Singapore was founded on 3 July 1905 with an enrolment of 23 students; the Medical School was founded as "The Straits and Federated Malay States Government Medical School". In 1913 its name was changed to "King Edward VII Medical School, Singapore". Its direct descendant is The Faculty of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS).

 


 

The remnants of the 5th Light Infantry, numbering 588 sepoys plus seven British and Indian officers, left Singapore on 3 July 1915 to see active service in the Cameroons and German East Africa.

 


 

Singapore Technical Analysts & Traders Society (STATS) was founded on 3 July 1985. With over 25 years of history, we are a society of close knit, passionate, professional technicians dedicated to the search for financial excellence in trading and investing. We have been making very accurate forecasts since our inception in 1985 and we will continue to maintain and keep up with this amazing tradition that is our unique brand.

 


 

 

Cavenagh Bridge is named after William Orfeur Cavenagh, the last governor of the Straits Settlements (1859–67) under British India control. The bridge construction started in 1867 and was completed in 1869. It is the oldest bridge across the Singapore River. It was the last major work of the Indian convicts and now serves as a footbridge. In 1987, Cavenagh Bridge underwent a five-month refurbishment carried out by the Public Works Department to preserve and strengthen its structure. The restoration work cost a total of S$1.2 million and the bridge was reopened on 3 July 1987.

 


 

The Reform Party is a liberal democratic political party in the Republic of Singapore that seeks to establish and maintain a fully democratic government. It was founded by opposition veteran Joshua Benjamin Jeyaretnam and officially registered on 3 July 2008.

 


 

The introduction of Distance Fares on 3 July 2010 will bring about a more integrated fare structure that will allow commuters to make transfers during their journey without being penalised. This provides commuters with more choices and greater flexibility in planning and deciding on the travel option that suits them best. This may depend on alternative routes available and how each commuter weighs the value of travel time, cost savings and convenience.

 

(Source: http://www.mot.gov.sg/News-Centre/Viewpoint/Distance-Fares-from-3-July-2010/)