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S'PORE BOAT CAPTAIN REUNITED WITH FAMILY AFTER 1.5 YRS DETENTION IN INDONESIA

Boat captain Mr Shoo Chiau Huat has finally returned to Singapore after being detained in Indonesia for illegal fishing. He experienced jail, paying fines and "house arrest" before the court dismissed his illegal sailing charge in May. Altogether, he spent close to 1.5 years away from home and is happy to be reunited with his family once more.

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MARATHONER SOH OFFERED HIS DRINK TO INDONESIAN RIVAL, AS HE MISSED HIS WATER POINT

In the final loop of the 42.195km race, Soh and Indonesia’s Agus Prayogo were leading the pack when Prayogo missed his drink at a designated hydration point. Noticing this, Soh offered the remainder of his own isotonic drink to Prayogo.

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INDONESIAN MAN CAUGHT FOR TRYING TO ENTER SG ILLEGALLY

The 47-year-old Indonesian was first spotted walking between the water pipelines along the Causeway towards Singapore by the Police Coast Guard, who alerted the ICA officers at Woodlands Checkpoint around 7.30pm. The man was arrested after he was found with a “cylindrical flotation device,” according to a statement released by the ICA today.

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MALAYSIA GETS FLAG OF INDONESIA WRONG IN SEA GAMES GAFFE

A Malaysian daily also printed Indonesia's flag upside down, while the Games organisers were criticised for using the wrong flag for two Brunei athletes at a synchronised swimming event. The swimmers, Jacqueline Lim and Nur Hafizah Ahmad, were shown next to what appeared to be a flag for Brunei's armed forces.

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9 YR OLD INDON GIRL NEEDS HELP FOR CANCER TREATMENT, NOT ENTITLED TO SUBSIDY HERE

A 9 year old girl from Indonesia needs help for cancer treatment in Singapore as she is not entitled to subsidies. She needs to operate ASAP as the cancerous cells have spread to her lungs and she may not be able to make it. The bill is expected to go up to $250,000. #GetWellSoon :(

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SG MEN WATERPOLO FAILS TO WIN MATCH IN SEA GAMES FOR FIRST TIME EVER

After winning every single game in the SEA Games water polo tournament since they began competing in 1965, the Singapore men's team finally failed to win a match. Their perfect winning record came to an end after they managed only a 4-4 draw with Indonesia on Friday morning.

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