Neyla Zannia

192 arrested in CNB 11-day islandwide ops

192 people were arrested in 11-days islandwide operations conducted by the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB). In a Facebook post on Saturday (3 August), the bureau shared how its officers arrested 4 suspected drug offenders, including a 30-year-old Singaporean male, in one of the cases on Thursday (1 August) morning in the vicinities of Orchard Towers and the International Building. It noted …

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21 arrested for immigration-related offences

20 men and one woman were arrested between 29 July and 2 August 2019 for immigration-related offences in a week-long enforcement operation conducted by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officers at various locations in Singapore. The authority announced in the press release that the 20 men and woman, aged between 21 and 55 years old, included Bangladeshi, Nepalese, Sri …

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SFA calls for recall of fresh Atlantic Salmon from Norway

The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) is recalling fresh Atlantic salmon imported from Norway due to listeria monocytogenes detected by its supplier. The authority said that the importer, Yu Fish Pte Ltd, was informed by the supplier that the sample of fresh Atlantic salmon was from a lot produced on 25 July 2019. The authority advised consumers who have purchased Atlantic …

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51-yr-old Singaporean fined $17,300 for failing to issue written receipts for monies received from foreign worker

A 51-year-old employment agency licensee, Gulab Singh of IBS Consulting Services, was convicted of overcharging employment agency (EA) fees, failing to issue written itemised receipts and receiving monies from a foreign worker as a financial guarantee for the worker’s employment on 25 July 2019. In a press release on Friday (26 July), the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) stated that the …

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New permanent campus for Pathlight school to support students with Special Educational Needs

Pathlight School will operate a second permanent campus in Tampines from January 2023 as part of the Ministry of Education’s continuing efforts to support students with Special Educational Needs (SEN). Established by the Autism Resource Centre (Singapore), Pathlight is a government-funded Special Education (SPED) school, which offers the national curriculum to students with moderate-to-severe SEN, and students with Autism Spectrum …

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