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Kindergarten student allegedly placed hands up girl's skirt – mother says molest and goes to police
Facebook user Drey Drey Yeo shared the case of a 6-year old boy who allegedly placed his hands up his classmate's skirt. The girl was startled and tried unsuccessfully to stop him. The following is the parent's account of what transpired...
Has Lee Hsien Yang's wife taken sides with Dr Lee Wei Ling in the famiLEE feud?
The Law Ministry on 15 April, rebutted leading lawyer Mrs Lee Suet Fern's comments that the Qualifying Foreign Law Practice (QFLP) scheme has not benefited local lawyers sufficiently. The Law Ministry did not stop at rebutting Mrs Lee but also publicly revealed...
LETTER: Police refused to arrest assailant who viciously attacked man
The following is a letter by one of our readers, Jimmy Yap -- I am very disturbed over a violent incident that took place tonight while I was chilling out with friends at Old Airport Road market. When I went to the...
NCMP Daniel Goh calls out Today newspaper's biased report on AHTC's "17 breaches"
UPDATE: TODAY corrected the errors in their article and have also apologised. The newspaper further changed the title of their article to make it more accurate. Their correction read: "In our earlier report, we said that KPMG has highlighted 17...
Opposition politician Fahmi Rais exorcises Jin from young woman
Media personality and opposition politician Fahmi Rias relates in his Facebook and incident where he helped a 20-something-year-old woman by exorcising a Jin (evil spirit) from her. He said he was called by the Malay family in distress. "When I arrived the...
Mr Chan, here's the proof of grassroots mobilized for political purpose
By: 永久浪客/Forever Vagabond In Parliament on Wednesday (13 Apr), WP Sylvia Lim argued that People’s Association (PA), a government statutory board has become partisan. She said that PA’s activities have deviated from its original objectives, and pointed to the mobilisation of...
China fake accident scam in Singapore? Old man hurls himself into car in Tampines
According to the Facebook group road.sg an incident strikingly similar to the “please-hit-me” car scams elsewhere in the world, happened in an industrial estate in Tampines a few days ago. A driver's car dashboard video captures of an old man slamming himself...
Why did the Deputy Prime Minister's wife launch warship when so many Ministers were there?
The following is a letter by a reader, Karthigesu. -- I was shocked to read ST (The Straits Times) today, not for the contents of the newspaper but because of an advertisement which was taken out by ST Marine. ST report on the...
Singaporean father starts his son early for NS
National Service in Singapore, (commonly known as NS), is a statutory requirement for all male Singaporean citizens and second-generation permanent residents to undergo a period of compulsory service in the uniformed services. It has been previously reported that 7 in 10...
Business & Economy
Law Ministry rebuts Lee Hsien Yang's wife
The Law Ministry (MinLaw) has rebutted the wife of the younger brother of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Mr Lee Hsien Yang's wife, Mrs Lee Suet Fern, had alleged in a lecture organised by the Law Society last month that the Qualifying...
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New maid ‘plays dead’ whenever she’s unhappy by lying down on the floor and refusing to get up
HONG KONG: A frustrated employer took to social media after her maid started playing dead and lying on the...
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Singapore hosts Archery Asia Cup 2023 first time in 20 years
SINGAPORE — After two decades, Singapore is currently hosting the Archery Asia Cup 2023 (Stage 3), taking place from Jun 5 to 10 at...
“Higher prices and yet lower quality” — Netizens respond to video of a couple showing “defects” in their new BTO unit
SINGAPORE: Netizens are reacting to a video wherein a couple in Singapore shared "defects" in their new BTO, with a collective outcry of dissatisfaction...
Singapore Turf Club to hold final race on Oct 24; handover site to govt by 2027 for redevelopment
SINGAPORE — The curtain will draw on a 180-year horse racing tradition in Singapore when the Singapore Turf Club holds its last race, the...
Abdul Shariff reiterates Workers’ Party’s commitment to better school class size on average
SINGAPORE — During a house visit at Block 123 in Simei recently, the Workers’ Party Abdul Shariff Aboo Kassim had a meaningful conversation with...
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