Daily Archives: 2016-01-07

Three charged for murder of American stuntman
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14 individuals (11 male and three female) have been apprehended by the police for the death of American stuntman, John Denley Nelson, 30. Three were charged with murder this morning while the rest have been charged for rioting. Nelson had been working in Read More

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HDB not given a carte blanche to look into AHTC’s affairs
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Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC), run by the Workers’ Party, issued a statement on Thursday afternoon, saying that it “welcomes the Court’s rejection of the submission of the Attorney-General’s Chambers that AHTC’s conduct of its defence during the course of the hearings at the Read More

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Taking out a loan on your insurance policy. Should you or should you not?
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By Vinod Nair, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of MoneySmart.sg: What does Singapore keep pumping money into year after year and still have something to show for it: Life insurance policies. Because long before you as the insured pass on and your family Read More

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Wham vs AG: Judge glares spotlight on the Police
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By Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss The recently reported decision of Wham Kwok Han Jolavan v Attorney-General [1]  is intriguing in more ways than one. The case has received public attention for its clarification on the legal effects of police warnings – that they are “no Read More

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Middle class woes in Singapore: Are they missing out on the slice of the pie?
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By SY, Offbeat Perspectives During my internship last summer, a lady called in to ask about subsidies. She raised a point about middle-income families not being able afford tuition programs and not being able to qualify for subsidy schemes as well. This, later Read More

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