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You Can Now Buy Hai Di Lao Self-Heating Instant Hotpot in S’pore

Hai Di Lao is famous for a few things: the good service, the good food and…the long queues. And these aren’t just the usual, single-files of people standing and using their phones. They’re lines of chairs, sometimes with tables, and everyone is carrying their own little tray of tidbits and they’re eating WHILE using their […]

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EZ-Link’s Star Wars EZ-charm wearables will be available on Shopee from 9am on 26 April

May the 4th is fast approaching, a date synonymous with the iconic Star Wars line “May the Force Be With You”  – a cornerstone quote upon which the series is anchored upon. As this fan-created holiday approaches, it’s time for you to choose a side. Or you you really, can’t choose…  get them together side-by-side: […]

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Mt Gox Trustee Extends Deadline to File Rehabilitation Plan

A looming deadline for the trustee of Mt Gox to file a civil rehabilitation plan has been pushed to the end of October, an update posted to the defunct bitcoin exchange’s website said Thursday. Nobuaki Kobayashi, the trustee, said in the update that th…

24-Hour A&W At Jewel Changi Not Selling Food Between 3 AM to 6 AM & Limited Items From 6 AM to 11 AM

Lest you wear square pants to work every day, you’ll have heard of A & W’s return to local shores, a comeback that stretched 16 years in the making. And true to one’s expectations, its return was well-received. Very well-received. Considering how locals have been craving for its return for like, centuries, and coupled with the […]

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FGV denies report on plan to lay off 6,000 workers

FGV Holdings Bhd has denied a news report today stating that the plantation company seeks to reduce 6,000 workers over a three-year period as a move to trim costs, while optimising assets under its extensive turnaround plan.
Its chief executive officer…

15 Interesting Things to Do in S’pore This Weekend (26 to 28 April)

Think there’s nothing to do in Singapore? Think again. This weekend is filled with tons of fun and exciting events and activities that you wouldn’t want to miss! Looking for a refreshing date idea or perhaps somewhere to bring your kids to? Here are some of our top picks of things to do this weekend: Stars of the West […]

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Wife Seduced by “Magic Oil” Salesman, Husband Believes He Put Gong Tao on Her

An aggrieved husband has gone public with his story of how his wife was seduced by a “magic oil” salesman, and how he believes that the man put gong tao (a spell) on her. The 36-year-old engineer, who wants to remain anonymous to protect his 2 children, even produced footage from a private investigator showing […]

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Roof Boards of Sheltered Walkway Crash Down Twice in a Month, Yishun Residents Worried about Safety

Residents of Yishun Street 11 are concerned for their safety, after the roof boards of sheltered walkway came crashing down twice in the past month. The sheltered walkway connects Block 438 to Block 439, and is near to a market and school. While the outer roof of the walkway is tiled, the inner portion of […]

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Belt and Road must remain ‘open’ for free flow of trade, investments: Chan Chun Sing

BEIJING: Given the need to uphold the current rules-based trading system, China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) should continue to be an “open platform” that allows free flow of trade and investments, said Singapore’s Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing on Thursday (Apr 25). To do so, enhancements in areas, such as data connectivity, will […]

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Bosses Housed 66 Foreign Workers into a Shophouse That Can Only Fit 8 People

I‘m sure that at some point in your life, you’ll have heard of the phrase ‘packed like sardines’. For those unaware of its literal meaning, however, the phrase suggests just that: being crammed together so tightly that you feel like a sardine in a tin. Yet, even though we hear and preach the phrase routinely, […]

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NUS Student Nicholas Lim Allegedly Apologized For Sexual Misconduct, Prepared To Face Consequences

Following public furore over the NUS saga, Instagram user @flyingcorgi_ posted a statement on behalf of the perpetrator, Nicholas Lim. He claimed that he is communicating with Lim but does not want to reveal his identity.

Lim was slammed by netters for being leniently let off by NUS after he was caught filming a female student in the shower.

From the statement, Lim apologised for causing everyone distress with his “reprehensible actions”. He said that he is ashamed of his stupidity and will face whatever consequences that will come. He hoped that Monica and her family will find closure from the trauma that he has caused. The statement in full goes like this:

“For the past few months, I’ve been overcome with shame and regret. It was no small mistake, but a stupid act done in a moment of folly to satiate my voyeuristic fetish. I’m truly sorry for my reprehensible actions and sincerely apologize to anyone I’ve caused distress to. There’s no excuse for what I’ve done. I urge sexual harassment victims with similar stories like Monica to step forward and seek legal recourse for there’s no shame on doing so. I will face whatever consequences are meted out and hope that this will give Monica and her loved ones some closure. I’ve since resigned from Great Eastern and been keeping out of the public eye to protect myself and those close to me. Once again, no words can mitigate the trauma that I have caused Monica since that day”.

Will Singaporeans, like NUS, be kind enough to give someone like him a second chance?

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Dr Mahathir upholds supremacy of 1957 federal constitution over state constitutions

Putrajaya—Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Tun Mahathir Mohamad upheld the country’s 1957 federal constitution as the highest law of the land in what many interpret to be a message to the royal family of Johor, as he emphasised how it superseded state constitutions even if they pre-date the federal one. In a 14-point blog post, which […]

Jammed like sardines: 66 foreign construction workers stay in a house good for only 8 people, construction co fined S$257,000

Singapore’s State Courts sentenced 48-year-old Shi Baoyi (Shi) with a fine of S$70,000 while 55-year-old Chen Ming (Chen) was fined S$48,000 under the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act (EFMA), for housing foreign workers in overcrowded conditions. Shi is a director of Genocean Enterprises Pte Ltd and Chen is a director of Genocean Construction Pte Ltd.  […]

Prominent journalists express concern over POFMA’s impact on their practices in a letter to Comms and Info Minister S Iswaran

27 journalists, including Clare Rewcastle-Brown of Sarawak Report and editor-in-chief of Southeast Asian affairs platform New Naratif Kirsten Han, have signed a letter expressing concern regarding the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill on Wed (24 Apr). The letter, which was addressed to Minister of Communications and Information S Iswaran, criticised the Bill’s “failure …

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Singaporean connected to Pasir Gudang chemical poisoning turns himself in to Johor police

Johor Bahru—A second Singaporean is now in police custody in connection with the March 7 chemical poisoning of Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang which left thousands poisoned and nearby schools closed for several days. A Singaporean national who had been wanted by the local police surrendered at the Seri Alam district police headquarters at […]

Don’t Say Bojio: Warehouse Sale Up to 70% Off for Asics, Under Armour & Other Brands (Till 28 Apr)

Always craving for the top sports brands in town? Constantly turned off because of the exorbitant price tags? Wishing for a miracle that’ll flip those exorbitant price tags… inside out? Well, if you’ve found yourself wishing the above notions on previous occasions… rejoice; For Running Lab’s Warehouse Sale will be flipping those price tags, with up to […]

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FBM KLCI declines as investors take profit

The FBM KLCI closed down 2.33 points or 0.14% today at 1,635.68 after investors took profit following the index’s substantial gain yesterday.
At 5pm today, the KLCI ended at 1,635.68 after rising to its intraday high at 1,640.13. Across Bursa Malaysia,…

Actor Michael Madsen charged with DUI during an arrest in March

Prosecutors charged Michael Madsen with two counts of drunk driving offenses after the actor drove his SUV into a pole last month. The Los Angeles County Attorney’s Office said Wednesday that Madsen, 61, had been charged with impaired driving by alcohol over the last 10 years of another offense with driving with impaired and driving …

Cash and cash equivalents take a hit – The Fool Motley

Lower-than-expected first-quarter vehicle deliveries announced earlier this month raised concerns about You’re hereof (NASDAQ: TSLA) ability to continue to increase production and reach the end – of – year target for total shipments, an increase of 45% to 65% over the previous year. However, the management of Tesla dismissed these concerns in its first quarter …

Nintendo opens beta listings for Mario Kart Tour

Closed beta for Nintendo Mario Kart Tower The mobile game will run from May 22 to June 4 in Japan and the United States, confirmed Nintendo. Applications for the beta are open until May 7 on the official website of the game, which indicates that the te…

Non-profit voluntary welfare group Thye Hua Kwan to open new temple with multi-religious focus

The non-profit voluntary welfare organisation (VWO) Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society will be opening a new temple with a multi-religious focus to the public on 20 May in Sengkang West. According to the society’s chairman Lee Kim Siang during VWO’s charity event on Sunday (21 April), the four-storey Thye Hua Kwan temple comes with a …

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Netizens sceptical with NTUC FairPrice’s initiative to set coffee price at S$0.50 in an attempt to help citizens with rising costs of living

On Thursday (25 April), the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) announced in its May Day message that all its union members can enjoy their daily dose of coffee or tea at only S$0.50 a cup, for the entire month of May. This offer will be made available for them at more than 90 NTUC Foodfare …

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Without even and just Rule of Law, society breaks down

by Brad Bowyer Most commentators on governance say besides free and fair elections the next most important defining characteristic of any democracy is the rule of law. While the people choose their leaders and representatives through elections, the rule of law defines the relationship between the leaders and the people between those elections. So, what …

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Sixteen arrested in last two weeks for duty-unpaid cigarette activities

Sixteen men were arrested in the last two weeks for their involvement in duty-unpaid cigarette activities. In a Facebook post on Wednesday (24 April), Singapore Customs stated that the 12 Singaporeans, three Chinese nationals and a Malaysian were arrested in a series of operations conducted island-wide by Singapore Customs officers to clamp down on duty-unpaid …

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Details revealed by former editor of The New Paper of how the press was manipulated by PAP in 1997 to fix Workers’ Party politicians

Bertha Henson former Associate Editor of The Straits Times wrote on her blog, Bertha Harian, about the upcoming book written by former editor of The New Paper, Mr P N Balji called The Reluctant Editor. The book promises stories from Mr Balji’s times as editor in both Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) Mediacorp – described by …

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Construction, building maintenance activities ‘areas of concern’ in Singapore’s fight against corruption

Singapore CPIB says it received 358 corruption-related reports in 2018, a 3 per cent dip from a year before. File photo of a construction site in Singapore. (Photo: AFP/Roslan Rahman) 25 Apr 2019 05:00PM(Updated: 25 Apr 2019 05:20PM) Bookmark SINGAPORE: Two construction industry business leaders bribed a former Resorts World Sentosa director in order to […]

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Step-By-Step Guide To Comparing And Choosing The Most Suitable Maid Insurance Policies Online

Using online comparison tools allows you to quickly and conveniently shortlist suitable policies based on your needs and budget.

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ST wrongly uses a photo of an innocent Myanmar domestic worker as the suspect charged in the murder of her employer

A netizen was in shock when he saw a picture of his former Myanmar domestic helper published on The Straits Times (ST) on 24 April (Wednesday) for an article titled “Homesick maid on trial for murder of employer”. Clarence Tan Junming revealed this discovery on his Facebook page stating that the newspaper printed a picture …

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Malaysian MP discharged in molestation case of underaged female busker

Kangar— On Wednesday, April 24, Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim, a Malaysian Member of Parliament, has been discharged by the Sessions Court after his 15-year-old accuser dropped her complaint against him. Last October, 68-year-old Mr Shahidan, who had been a minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, had been accused of molesting a teenage busker from the […]

Police investigating man who allegedly took photos of male student in the shower of NTU residence hall

Singapore—On the heels of public clamour for more stringent handling of sexual misconduct cases in institutes of higher learning, another incident of an individual allegedly taking photos in the shower has emerged. This time, however, it was a male who had been spied upon while in the shower at a residence hall at in Nanyang […]

#ThirstyThursday: Coca-Cola Lime Review: Tastes Like Sweet Vodka Lime Without The Alcohol Kick

With the amount of flavours Coke has nowadays, I won’t be surprised that soon, we’d have a Salted Egg Coke. Or a Pepsi-Coke. Now that’ll be epic. I believe you’d have known why I’m ranting—apparently, there’s a Coca-Cola with Lime in the market. And according to my intense research that took a few minutes, it’s […]

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NTU and SMU implement serious anti-harassment measures on campus

Sexual harassment is a critical issue that Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Management University (SMU) are taking extremely seriously. Both universities are currently reviewing their disciplinary frameworks, with the goal of protecting their students from sexual harassment and misconduct on campus. On-campus sexual harassment has been an uncomfortable and controversial topic of conversation ever since National […]

Petronas Dagangan increases FY19 capex to RM500m

Petronas Dagangan Bhd increased its capital expenditure (capex) allocation to about RM500 million for financial year ending Dec 31, 2019 (FY19) from some RM300 million in FY18, to refurbish existing petrol stations and Mesra convenience stores. 

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The Coffee Belt

I’ve been meaning to share this coffee map with many of you for a long time….maybe you will find it in Starbucks Singapore as well. I will start searching for coffee sapplings this month!

What brands will Singaporeans be proud to work for?

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Singaporeans seem to like flying, based on this study’s findings.

Three in five Singaporeans (62.5) said that they will be proud to work for Singapore Airlines, according to a study by market research firm YouGov. This makes the national carrier the top brand Singaporeans would be proud to be affiliated with.

“For the second year running, Singapore Airlines comes out on top as the brand Singaporeans would be proudest to work for,” Ervin Ha, head of data products at YouGov APAC, said.

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Police investigating 19-year-old man for criminal trespass, taking photographs of another man in NTU hall bathroom

Another incident involving voyeurism on university residential hall grounds has arisen as a 19-year-old man is being investigated for allegedly photographing another man in the shower at a residential hall toilet in Nanyang Technological University (NTU) last Sun (21 Apr). Police told The Straits Times that they had received a 999 call for assistance at …

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Leong Hup International eyes RM275m from IPO for expansion

Leong Hup International Bhd, en route for a Main Market relisting on May 16, announced today it is aiming to raise funds of up to RM275 million from its initial public offering (IPO) to support its domestic and regional expansion moving forward.

Lan…

Avengers: Endgame Has Been Getting Good Reviews All Over The Internet

We’ve waited for a long time. A really long time. Ever since Avengers: Infinity War ended on a heartbreaking cliff-hanger, we’ve been fervently looking forward to its sequel, a film that will finally reveal whether that big, bad purple asshole will get the jurisdiction he so deserves. And we did it. Long as it was, […]

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NTU, SMU to implement changes in handling sexual harassment on campuses

In the wake of criticisms against the National University of Singapore (NUS) for its handling of a sexual harassment case involving two of its undergraduate students, two universities – the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Management University (SMU) will be introducing new measures to combat the prevalence of sexual harassment on campus. TODAY reported …

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NetX inks deal for online ticketing technology

NetX Holdings Bhd is collaborating with Buy Tickets Sdn Bhd (BuyTickets) for the technology of the latter’s online ticketing website or platform known as buytickets.com.my.

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Lafarge, HeiTech, TSR, BIMB, Dophin, Litrak, G3, Ekovest, PLS

KUALA LUMPUR (April 25): theedgemarkets.com highlighted nine stocks with momentum as Bursa Malaysia’s afternoon close today, with all nine stocks having negative momentum
The stocks with negative momentum were:
Lafarge Malaysia  Bhd – up 19 sen to RM3….

China seeks to allay Belt and Road debt concerns

BEIJING (Apr 25): China aims to make the Belt and Road initiative sustainable and prevent debt risks, its finance minister said on Thursday, seeking to allay criticism that the infrastructure plan to boost trade and investment creates a heavy burden fo…

NTUC offers tea & coffee for $0.50 a cup to benefit 1.7M SGs but only once a week for 1 yr

NTUC announced today (25 Apr) that for next month, union members can buy their cup of coffee or tea for only $0.50 each. This will be available to them every day for a month at more than 90 NTUC Foodfare as well as Kopitiam food courts and coffee shops in Singapore. And from Jun onwards, …

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KLCI pares loss, set to stay negative in line with region

The FBM KLCI pared some of its loss at the midday break today but looked set to remain in negative zone for the next session in line with the slip at regional markets.
At 12.30pm, the FBM KLCI was down 2.83 point to 1,635.18.

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Dr Mahathir visits Huawei’s Beijing Research Centre

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad started his day with meeting Huawei Technologies Co Ltd’s founder and chief executive officer Ren Zhengfei at the telco giant’s Beijing Research Center, which is almost an hour away from the central business district of Beijing….

Heng led team in concluding CECA with India opening up SG for Indian FTs to work in

On 29 June 2005, India and Singapore signed the India-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA). This free trade agreement not only enables Singapore and India to trade goods freely, it also allows professionals to work in each other country more easily. The CECA was concluded after 13 rounds of negotiation and the Singapore’s side was …

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New petition on Change.org calls out for the system “to be fair and just to Nicholas too”

The recent ‘Peeping Tom’ scandal at National University of Singapore (NUS) is starting to gain widespread attention, with more and more people voicing out against perpetrator Nicholas Lim for receiving a mild punishment from the university after he was caught filming a fellow student, Monica Baey while she was showering. However, an online petition initiated …

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