Daily Archives: April 7, 2017

Netizens: Unfairness in the reduced sentences of six former CHC leaders
By Neyla Zannia Posted on by Neyla Zannia 0

The High Court has reduced the sentences of all six former City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders on Friday (7 April) in favour of their appeal. The Founder of CHC and Senior Pastor Kong Hee had his prison sentence reduced to three years and Read More

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City Harvest Church: High Court reduces sentences of six former leaders
By Neyla Zannia Posted on by Neyla Zannia 0

The High Court has reduced the sentences of all six former City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders on Friday (7 April) in favour of their appeal. The founder and senior pastor Kong Hee has had his prison sentence reduced to three years and six months Read More

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How many PMETs from India came since 2005 under CECA and how many Singaporeans over to India?
By Leong Sze Hian Posted on by Leong Sze Hian 0

Review of India-S’pore economic pact not on hold I refer to the article “Review of India-S’pore economic pact not on hold: Delhi” (Straits Times, Apr 6). It states that “India’s Commerce Ministry says it is in discussion with Singapore on providing visas for Read More

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NEA: Registration of niches for the relocation of Mount Vernon Columbarium ends on 30 June
By Neyla Zannia Posted on by Neyla Zannia 0

In an updated post in their website, National Environmental Agency (NEA) stated that the last day for submission of claim registration for niches in Mount Vernon Columbarium (MVC) is 30 June 2017. Visitors were still allowed to visit the niches during Qing Ming on Wednesday as Read More

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Remembering Singapore’s expunged homes in a special black-and-white photographic publication
By theonlinecitizen Posted on by theonlinecitizen 0

Home, or at least the idea of home, are not just points on maps. For some, they represent investments for the future while for others, universal sanctuaries and places of communion and safety. As a country synonymous with change and progress, Singapore’s landscape Read More

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PSB Academy and Institute of Management Accountants launch preparatory course to groom finance professionals for leadership
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PSB Academy is the first private education institution to partner the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) to offer finance professionals and accountants a preparatory course for the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) credential, which demonstrates a mastery of management accounting knowledge and skills. Launched yesterday Read More

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All the McDonald’s promotions in Singapore this 2017
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 0

By SingSaver  We don’t get why McDonald’s gets all the hate. Sure, that one guy in 2004 force-fed himself McDonald’s until he was flirting with liver damage, but c’mon, who in their right mind eats anything like that? With a variety of tasty Read More

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Electioneering accusations against Team LKT surface ahead of FAS elections
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 0

by Kannan Raj The elections for the office bearers for the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) will take place on 29 April 2017. But already, it appears that one team is keen on having the upper hand, and is now being accused of Read More

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Second Zika cluster found at Flower Road and Hendry Close
By Yasmeen Posted on by Yasmeen 0

A second cluster of the Zika virus has been confirmed at Flower Road and Hendry Close, which is close to the ongoing Simon Place cluster that was confirmed on 28 March 2017. The two new cases of locally transmitted Zika virus infection are Read More

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Five metal beams fell from a tower crane, narrowly missing pedestrians and vehicles
By Neyla Zannia Posted on by Neyla Zannia 0

Five metal beams, about 6 metres long each, nearly hit pedestrians and vehicles as they fell from a tower crane onto Balestier Road on Wednesday (5 April). The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) stated that they slipped from the lifting gear of a crane and Read More

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