Grandson accused of betraying late father and grandmother’s trust and withholding $120k from HDB proceeds, leaving elderly woman in distress

A viral Facebook post by a user, Edward, accuses cousin ‘J’ of exploiting their family, mishandling his late father’s financial legacy, and retaining S$120,000 from the HDB flat sale which J inherited.

Tensions rise when J denies the claims of loan by the grandparents, blaming the grandmother for financial shortcomings, and claims that the contested funds belong to him.

Young SMA patient’s ongoing campaign aims to raise S$375,000 for vital treatment since March 2023

Despite positive progress in the crowdfunding for baby Lucas, another 24-year-old Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) Type 2 patient is seeking community help to raise S$375,000 for treatment.

The high cost of Risdiplam, an oral medication vital for stabilizing SMA progression, poses a significant obstacle for patients like Ms. Toh in accessing life-saving treatment.

Malaysian photographer shares her harrowing experience of being harassed and stalked by an IG user for eight years

Malaysian photographer Acacia Diana exposed 8 years of torment by an Instagram user. she disclosed the man’s ongoing harassment, which escalated to sending explicit videos and content.

The man pursued her to the UK, where he was apprehended, but later evaded court by fleeing the country.

Michael Learns to Rock to perform in Singapore on 9 September this year

Don’t miss the electrifying LIVE concert by Danish rock band Michael Learns to Rock (MLTR) at Our Tampines Hub on 9 Sep, 8pm. All proceeds go to Dementia Singapore.

The band last performed in Singapore at The Star Theatre in October 2022 and November 2018. Mr. Jason Foo, CEO of Dementia Singapore, recognizes MLTR’s popularity among Singaporeans, making them an ideal choice to headline this dedicated concert for people with dementia.

6-year-old child traumatised to attend school in Kelantan, allegedly bitten on lips by male teacher

A shocking revelation emerged when a parent discovered that her six-year-old son’s sullen behavior stemmed from alleged abuse by his male teacher, who bit his lips, ears, and nose.

The child even described the teacher’s teeth as “yellow and his mouth as black,” which made him feel traumatised.

The Malaysian Ministry of Education is currently investigating the matter and will respond accordingly if the allegations are substantiated.