Daily Archives: 2016-09-23

A grooming school owner sentenced to 6 weeks imprisonment for abandoning dogs

The Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) announced that a 43-year-old Singaporean was sentenced to 6 weeks imprisonment and fined $65,700 for 49 counts related to a failure of duty of care and noncompliance with dog licensing & control. Low Chong Kiat, who owned a grooming school, was charged for abandoning 18 dogs on 20 July 2016. AVA said that it was …

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A 39-year-old man arrested for loanshark harrasment

The Singapore Police Force (SPF) announced that it had arrested a 39-year-old man for his suspected involvement in several cases of loanshark harassment. The Police received a report on loan shark harassment on 22 September 2016, where a residential unit at Marsiling Lane was locked by a bicycle lock and affixed with a note with loanshark-related content. Officers from Jurong …

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Former Australian Minister says that World Health Organization Uses Exclusion to Silence Debate

Dr Gary Johns, a former Australian Government Minister wrote a media release which says that the World Health Organization (WHO) had been using exclusion to silence debate. Here is the full statement written below: The World Health Organization (WHO) has been severely criticised in a comprehensive report launched today by former Australian Government Minister, Dr Gary Johns, who claims that …

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Where is the sound judgment in CHC court trial? Executive member finally speaks

Calvin Ho, Executive Member of City Harvest Church speaks out on the ongoing appeal of members in his church. "I am writing this because the whole of City Harvest Church, and all its international affiliate churches, as well as the discerning and learned public, now more than ever, need a loud, truly convincing, and totally defensible answer from the establishment …

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Millenial loan sharks: Five scammy new tactics to watch out for

By SingSaver.com.sg Loan sharks in Singapore have been keeping up with the times. Watch out for these scammy tricks to avoid dealing with an unlicensed money lender. As technology advances, so do criminals. And there’s been a spate of unlicensed money lenders or loan sharks in Singapore who have kept up with the times. In fact, some of them use tactics so …

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Markets extend rally as Fed holds fire

By Margaret Yang, CMC Markets Nasdaq breaks record new high Markets rallied cheerfully last night, responding positively towards Fed’s decision to hold fire in September. Nasdaq advanced 0.84% and hit a record new high at 5,339.52 points. The average price to earnings ratio of the benchmark now stands at over 41 times, the highest valuation in six years, as investors …

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Appeal for information on Ms Siti Syazana Bte Roslan’s whereabouts

Singapore Police Force (SPF) are appealing for information on the whereabouts of 25-year-old Ms Siti Syazana Bte Roslan. Ms Siti was last seen at Ang Mo Kio Avenue wearing a pink long sleeve blouse with black jeans, a head scarf and black slippers 3 on 20 September 2016 at about 6.25pm. Anyone with information is requested to call the Police …

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SPF arrested a 30-year-old man for alleged iPhone 7 scam

The Singapore Police Force stated that it had arrested a man for his suspected involvement in several cases of cheating involving at least twelve victims. The Police said that it received several reports from victims who were purportedly cheated by a seller after placing orders for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus via a social media platform since 16 September 2016. …

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How to get a ‘free’ iphone from your Telco in Singapore

By SingSaver.com.sg If you’re willing to skip this year’s new iPhone, you can life-hack your way to next year’s iPhone and get it for free. These days, smartphones are obsolete within less than two years of their release. Keeping up is becoming a financial nightmare. It seems as if you’ve barely taken your iPhone out the box when tech websites already scream at …

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