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SBS Transit CEO who resigns over “personal indiscretion” earns $1.2 million last year

It was reported that SBS Transit CEO Gan Juay Kiat who has tendered his resignation to take responsibility for a “personal indiscretion” was allegedly caught having affairs with subordinates and other married women by the private investigator company, Kokusai Security Pte Ltd. Gan, a former President and SAF scholar has been with the ComfortDelGro-owned transport group for 11 years. He …

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Resigned SBS Transit CEO alleged caught having affairs with subordinates by private investigator company

It was reported in the Straits Times yesterday that SBS Transit CEO Gan Juay Kiat has tendered his resignation to take responsibility for a “personal indiscretion” ("SBS Transit CEO Gan Juay Kiat resigns over 'personal indiscretion'",28 Dec). Gan, a former President and SAF scholar has been with the ComfortDelGro-owned transport group for 11 years. He is married with grown-up children …

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MINDEF promotes Army Chief BG Goh to rank of Major-General

MINDEF issued a statement yesterday (26 Dec) saying that its Chief of Army Brigadier-General (BG) Goh Si Hou will be promoted to the rank of Major-General as of 1 Jan next year. The smiling BG Goh received his promotion certificate from Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen, who was also seen smiling, in a simple ceremony at MINDEF yesterday. …

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Young lawyer at 28 already saddled with $1.1 million mortgage loan

South China Morning Post reported yesterday that as the era of ultra-low interest rates is over, Singaporeans with home mortgage payments are now feeling the pinch ('What rising interest rates mean for Singapore property', 25 Dec). Indeed, last Wed (19 Dec), the US Federal Reserve raised the benchmark interest rate again, the 4th time this year, which sent Wall Street …

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ICA blames bomb hoax, cars breaking down and rampant queue-cutting for “exacerbating” jams

Instead of addressing commuters' concerns that the Immigration and Checkpoint Authority (ICA) is not opening up more lanes to expedite the immigration process at checkpoints, ICA blamed a bomb hoax, 2 incidents of cars breaking down and rampant queue-cutting for "exacerbating" the horrific jams at both Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints. In a statement to the media yesterday (19 Dec), ICA …

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