Daily Archives: 2015-01-13

Sports Hub vows to fix pitch by March

The leaky roof of the National Stadium at the Sports Hub will be fixed by 11 March, say officials. Last month, rain leaked through the roof during the Jay Chou concert there, upsetting fans who took to social media to post pictures of the incident. Officials said on Tuesday that a technical investigation found a “combination of factors” which led …

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Pay more premium for lower coverage policy?

By Ms Ella Tan I came across JS Lu’s My Insurance Nightmare (9 July 2014) and would like to share my experience on the same insurance company,  ACE I came to know and bought ACE “Savvy Traveller Plus” policy through Citibank promotion to their customers. I joined a tour to India in August/September 2014 and encountered not one but two adverse weathers – …

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Singaporean to win Nobel Peace Prize?

One Billion Acts of Peace, a global campaign co-chaired by Singaporean and former Google engineer Tan Chade-Meng, was nominated for the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize, marking what could be the first time that a Singaporean is part of the coveted international awards. Created by the PeaceJam Foundation, the campaign aims to inspire one billion acts of peace worldwide by 2019, with 10 key focus areas …

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United: LIVE in Jakarta

MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM – 13 January, 2015 – Manchester United has today announced the second leg of its United: LIVE fan party, taking place on Saturday 31stJanuary 2015 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The one day festival is a must for any United fan, offering a jam packed day of football and entertainment, including live music sets from some of Indonesia’s biggest bands, a special screening …

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Roy Ngerng to pay $29,000 in costs to lawyers of PM Lee

The court has ruled that Roy Ngerng to pay S$29,000 in total for legal fees and filing cost to PM Lee’s lawyer for summary judgment ruling on the defamation suit between Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Roy Ngerng. Mr Ngerng, is being sued by Mr Lee in his personal capacity for a series of articles which had accused Mr Lee of “criminal …

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