Daily Archives: 2016-09-03

NTUC FairPrice launches “‘The Trolley Enforcement Project’” to solve its long-standing problem of unreturned trolleys

Supermart chain, NTUC FairPrice launches new initiative in attempt to resolve its long-standing problem of trolleys being removed by customers without returning by placing enforcement officers at the store’s exit. The move entitled, ‘The Trolley Enforcement Project was launched just yesterday, Friday (2 September 2016), and NTUC FairPrice expects it to discourage shoppers from wheeling trolleys away from the stores. NTUC …

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Two men suspected of robbing S$10,000 in Hougang arrested

The Police has arrested two men for suspected robbery at Hougang and charged in court today. On Tuesday (30 August), a 62-year-old man reported that he was robbed of a S$10,000 cash, a gold chain, and a mobile phone, at Block 2, Hougang Avenue 3 on Tuesday around midnight. Two men, aged 31 and 33 were arrested after police established …

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Local Telcos cease sales of Galaxy Note7 sales after Samsung’s global recall

Three Singapore’s telcos, SingTel, StarHub and M1, have stopped the sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note7, immediately effective on Friday (2 September). Samsung has earlier announced the global recall of Galaxy Note 7, the latest version of its smartphone, after receiving reports that some gadgets have caught fire while charging. The company has promised to replace all the device that have …

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