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AVA investigating alleged case of cat killing at Bukit Batok
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Graphical photos of a cat killed at Bukit Batok West Avenue 7 went viral as its owner, Adlin, posted them on her Twitter account, claiming that the cat was murdered. On her post, she wrote that her family suspected the cat, which is Read More

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Tan Cheng Bock’s legal challenge on Govt legislation to be held late June
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Deputy Attorney-General Hri Kumar Nair said that the High Court could hear former presidential candidate,Dr Tan Cheng Bock’s legal challenge regarding the upcoming Malay-only presidential election in late June, at the pre-trial conference at the High Court on Monday (22 May). The conference was also Read More

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Body of 12-year-old boy found after being reported missing at East Coast Beach
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Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) has announced that a body of a 12-year-old boy who was reportedly missing on Monday (8 May) at 12.25 pm at East Coast Beach has been found. According to Channel News Asia, the boy was a student from Jurongville Read More

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Singapore Customs alerts new email scams acting as its official demanding for personal information or money
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Singapore Customs (SC) has alerted members of the public of new scams from impostors acting as customs officials demanding confidential personal information or money. Singapore Customs stated that the person requests the recipients to do one of the following: Open an email link or Read More

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Parliamentary questions for 8 May 2017
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The Singapore Parliament will sit at 11 am on Monday, 8 May 2017, for the 46th session of the 13th Parliament. 57 oral questions and 39 written questions have been scheduled to be asked. Six bills to be read the second time and Read More

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12 Indonesians arrested for immigration offences and peddling of duty-unpaid cigarettes
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Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) arrested twelve male Indonesians, aged between 18 and 41, for immigration offences and peddling of duty-unpaid cigarettes in a joint operation. The joint enforcement operation, which took place on 4 May, and in the vicinity of Yew Tee Read More

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3.7kg of heroin and 1kg of cannabis seized at Woodlands Checkpoint
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Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) seized a total of about 3.7kg of heroin and 1kg of cannabis during an inspection at Woodlands Checkpoint on 4 May. ICA officers directed an arriving Malaysia-registered bus for further checks on 4 May 2017 at about 1.25pm. During the course Read More

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Registration for Primary 1 children for 2018 to start on 29 June
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The Primary 1 registration dates for the 2018 admission will start on 29 June (Phase 1) and end on 28 August (Phase 3). According to the Ministry of Education (MOE), children who were born between 2 January 2011 and 1 January 2012 (both dates Read More

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Resident pressured at her doorstep to buy six durians for $385
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A Facebook post about a durian scam posted by Eugene Lau has gone viral on the internet. In his post, Mr Lau wrote that durian sellers went to his place and offered his wife some durians, which costs $15 per durian, claiming that it Read More

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Netizens comments: Lim Swee Say’s speech on local unemployment simply dishes out the same rhetoric over and over
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Speaking at Republic Polytechnic’s (RP) graduation ceremony on Tuesday (2 May),  Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say said that should Singapore be hit by higher unemployment, it will be because of a shortage of skills as a result of the widening jobs-skills mismatch — Read More

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