Daily Archives: 2019-07-03

Man sentenced to four years and two weeks imprisonment for running fraudulent timeshare recovery and collective investment scheme businesses

Mohamed Yasin Bin Karuli (42) was sentenced to four years and two weeks imprisonment for running fraudulent timeshare recovery and collective investment scheme businesses. Singapore Police Force (SPF) said in a press release on Wednesday (3 July) that Mohamed Yasin came up with the idea of approaching owners of timeshare memberships and promising to help them recover monies from the …

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The Necessary Stage’s The Orange Production returns with two reflective works – We Were So Hopeful then & Acting Mad

The Necessary Stage’s (TNS) developmental platform, The Orange Production, is back this year for a second instalment. For 2019, two brand new full-length works will be featured: We Were So Hopeful Then, written by up-and-coming theatre practitioner Ellison Tan Yuyang and directed by Alvin Tan, and Acting Mad, with text by Haresh Sharmaand recent School of the Arts graduates Harris …

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MOE sponsored PRC student who turns into an intellectual property thief

It was earlier reported that a 60-year-old Singaporean elderly man, Lim Koh Leong, was not allowed by the CPF Board to fund his daughter’s education despite having more than enough money in his account. He revealed that he currently has more than $70,000 in his CPF account and he only needs $15,000 for his daughter’s school fees. Unfortunately, his request …

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