Kiara Xavier

Former deputy editor of The Straits Times wonders why the culprit behind the HIV data leak wasn’t dealt with as seriously as other offenders under the OSA

Former deputy editor of The Straits Times, Alan John wonders why the culprit behind the recent HIV data leak fiasco wasn’t charged under the Official Secrets Act (OSA) for committing such a serious offence, whereas other less serious offenders were charged in this Act. Mr John wrote, “I’ve been stuck at the fact that there was this massive breach of …

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Postman involved in the case of disposing unopened parcels in Ang Mo Kio rubbish bin arrested

Singapore Post (SingPost) revealed that the postman involved in the case of discarding unopened letter in dustbins was arrested. Revealing this news on its Facebook page on Tuesday (29 January), the postal company said that after gathering findings from internal investigations, they have referred the case to the police. This issue became viral when Facebook user Alyce Kathlyn uploaded eight photos …

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Will the traffic police do anything about this problematic junction?

On Monday (28 January), a man by the name Collins Voo uploaded a rather disturbing video of him driving at a junction on a Facebook group called SG Road Vigilante. The dashcam video shows the driver, presumably Voo, driving straight to cross a junction where the traffic light is seen green on his side. However, it appears that at that …

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Netizen says Howitzer design is faulty but former operator disagrees

Following the death of local actor Aloysius Pang on Wednesday (23 January) in New Zealand after sustaining serious injuries while carrying out repair works inside the Singapore Self-Propelled Howitzer (SSPH), a netizen questioned the design of the machine and said that the design is faulty. Posting his view on his Facebook page, Raymond Ng, whose current job concerns the design …

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