Daily Archives: 2014-09-18

Death row inmate given lifeline to seek resentencing

Death row inmate, Malaysian Cheong Chun Yin, may received a reprieve after the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) today informed the court Registrar that Cheong “has substantively assisted” the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) in “disrupting drug trafficking activities outside Singapore.” Cheong was arrested in 2008 and subsequently sentenced to death for trafficking 2.726kg of heroin in a suitcase into Singapore via …

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Candlelight vigil for Roy Ngerng’s trial ordeal

Around 150 individuals turned up for a candlelight vigil event which was held at Hong Lim Park last evening to show solidarity with Roy Ngerng Yi Ling. This event was organised by two of Ngerng’s friends who wanted to show him that there are a lot of people who are his friends and are concerned about the litigation that he is …

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Yang Yin in more trouble, arrested for alleged CBT

Chinese national and Singapore permanent resident (PR), Yang Yin, seems to be in deeper trouble as the saga over his tussle over the assets of an elderly woman continues. In the latest twist of events, the Singapore police confirmed on Wednesday that it has arrested and investigating Mr Yang for alleged criminal breach of trust (CBT). Mr Yang is currently …

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Motorcycle COEs hit a record-breaking $4504

By COE Sgcharts Motorcycle COEs hit a record-breaking $4,504 on Wednesday, in comparison, the average price of a motorcycle COE was only around $1,700 in 2013. The small cars category (Cat A) dipped slightly to $62,000 which is around $10,000 less than that of a large-car COE (Cat B). With the quota reduction since August, the open category (Cat E) …

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