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ANGMOH WOMAN RELATES HOW EASY IT IS TO GET JOBS IN SG

This is a vlog of a Brit woman ("The Vintage Vision") who followed her boyfriend to live in Singapore - https://youtu.be/wjUzl3YLjzk ("What's It Like To Live in Singapore. In the video from 3:35-4:36, she tells the world how easy it is for a foreigner like her to get a job within TWO months of coming to Singapore without any prior preparations.

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ANG MOH DRIVER BLOCKS PETROL KIOSK ENTRANCE & CURSE LOCAL FOR COMPLAINING

Inconsiderate British FT blocks drive-through at Esso Station East Coast /Still Road by leaving his young kids unattended in his Silver Subaru Forrester SJM 5702M parked right in front of NTUC Fairprice front door while shopping inside. We could not move out or forward to the Citibank ATM machine as other cars were parked for fill up at the kiosk spaces on the right. We tried to request for help at the NTUC cashier station and the FT then responded sacarstically with "Be Patient, be patient" and proceeded to scold my husband with profanities and the third finger.

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27 YEAR-OLD BRITISH NATIONAL WHO JUMPED INTO F1 TRACK CHARGED

News reports have finally revealed the nationality of the 27 year-old man, who was arrested during the F1 event on Sunday when he crossed into the F1 night race track, prompting panicked responses from F1 officials. The British national, who was captured on camera as he walked along the track while the race was ongoing, was arrested for committing a "rash act" and was charged in court this morning.

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BRITISH STORED NUCLEAR MISSILES IN S'PORE'S TENGAH AIR BASE IN CASE OF PRC ATTACK

Did you know in 1962, the British once kept nuclear missiles in Singapore without the knowledge of the Government, then led by Lee Kuan Yew? These nuclear missiles were kept in the Royal Air Force's base in Tengah and fitted onto Vulcan Nuclear Bombers. In the event of war with Communist China, Vulcan bombers would take-off from Tengah Air Base to drop their nuclear payloads on Chinese forces.

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IPPT REVIEW: A LOOK AT OTHER COUNTRIES' PHYSICAL FITNESS TESTS

Changes are coming soon to make the Singapore Armed Forces' Individual Physical Proficiency Test simpler to administer and train for, said Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen in a recent interview. The Straits Times checks out fitness tests carried out in other militaries around the world to see how they measure up against Singapore's.

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Sochi 2014: Singapore-born Vanessa-Mae makes Winter Olympics debut

Violin virtuoso Vanessa-Mae's Winter Olympic debut was more lento than presto on Tuesday, her rhythm more rallentando than accelerando as she completed the first leg of the Alpine skiing giant slalom. Skiing for Thailand under her natural father's surname Vanakorn, the 35-year-old Singapore-born British citizen who spends much of her time in Switzerland was 74th and last on the timesheets. Her time of 1:44.86 was a considerable 26.98 seconds slower than Slovenia's Tina Maze, fastest down the 54-gate run on an overcast morning with rain falling steadily.

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BRITISH MAN JAILED FOR FIGHTING, ASSAULT AND UTTERING RACIAL SLURS

A British tourist is having a taste of prison life in Singapore after committing various offences here when he got drunk. Rory Lee Hipgrave, 28, was sentenced to six weeks in jail and a $3,000 fine on Thursday for injuring a bartender, uttering racial slurs, fighting with bar employees and assaulting a police officer.

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BRITISH MAN JAILED TWO WEEKS FOR ATTACKING SINGAPOREAN TAXI DRIVER

Christopher Gordon Sang, 43, a Briton, pleaded guilty to causing hurt to Mr Liu San Chuang, 65, outside the entrance of Dahlia Park condominium along Flora Drive in Upper Changi on July 19 last year. Sang has paid $5,000 compensation and apologised to the victim who suffered neck pain and muscle strain as a result of the incident.

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The Case of Anton Casey: When the Punishment is Worse than the Crime

He did not, it should be remembered drive his silver porsche at very high speed, with the invincible belief that he could pass through a red light unharmed, or crash into an innocent taxi driver and passenger, with a young PRC female student by his side late at night unlike an earlier incident in Singapore in 2012. Nor did he leave his pregnant PRC wife to apologise to the public and try and make restitution to the families of the victims who lost a father, husband, breadwinner or beloved daughter.

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