Investigation

49 Y.O. E-BIKER ARRESTED FOR KNOCKING DOWN ELDERLY & FLEEING THE SCENE

The e-biker who knocked down a 78 year old man who later died from head injuries had been arrested. Earlier, the Singapore Police Force released his photos to the public to appeal for more information on the culprit who fled after committing the rash act. The hit-and-run happened at Jalan Bukit Merah.

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OLDEST HINDU TEMPLE IN SG INVESTIGATED FOR SUSPECTED CRIMINAL OFFENCE

The oldest Hindu temple in Singapore, the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, is investigated for suspected offences by the CAD and COC. There is feedback concerning its governance and administration. In spite of this, the temple's religious activities will not be affected.

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42 YEAR OLD ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY STEALING FROM TOA PAYOH CARPARK

A 42 year old man was arrested for allegedly stealing from a car that was parked near Toa Payoh Lorong 8. The driver was full of praises for the police for being efficient despite him not recording any footage of the incident. Investigations are ongoing.

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SBS DRIVER WHO RAMMED INTO MOTORCYCLISTS HAD GOOD DRIVING RECORD, WAS A VERY NICE MAN

According to a friend of the SBS driver who rammed into motorcyclists at Pasir Panjang, he is a Singaporean with excellent driving record for almost 20 years and is a very nice man. The friend asked for people to refrain from jumping to conclusions. The accident has affected him immensely and taken a toll on his health.

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LIM SWEE SAY: HIGHWAY COLLAPSE COULD'VE BEEN AVOIDED, DON'T OVERLOOK WORKPLACE SAFETY

Responding to the recent highway collapse near PIE which left 1 dead and 10 injured, Minister for Manpower Lim Swee Say said it was a man-made incident that could be avoided if everyone paid enough attention to workplace safety. DUH.

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SDP: AGC TARGETS LI SHENGWU BUT DID NOT INVESTIGATE LHL'S ALLEGED ABUSE OF POWERS

In a statement by the SDP, it questioned the AGC for targeting Li Shengwu but failing to investigate charges of abuse of power by PM Lee Hsien Loong. "How the AGC handles the two issues will determine the level of public confidence in our law enforcement agency. It is crucial that the AGC treats the cases without fear or favour".

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