FOREIGN WORKERS EVACUATED OCCUPANTS AS THEIR HOUSE CAUGHT FIRE

Mr Rengasamy Kabilarasan (left) and Mr Marudapillai Jayavelu (right) were working in the afternoon on 10 November 2016 when they were alerted to a fire at the second storey of a house across the road, along Sunset Place. Acting instinctively, the 2 foreign workers immediately ran over, scaled a gate to access the premises, alerted the occupants and quickly evacuated them to safety.

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EX-SCDF LT COL APOLOGISE TO SETTLE STALKING CASE

“Don’t be afraid, be brave and speak up for yourself,” said the victim of this stalking case. Her stalker, a former Lieutenant Colonel with the SCDF, Goh Wee Hong, had asked her to be his "friends with benefits." In an interview with mainstream media, the victim accused Goh of “abusing his authority” and called on women not to “tolerate harassment from their bosses or clients”.

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SINGTEL FIBRE BROADBAND IS EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES

This morning, at about 10am, SIngtel informed its customers via its Facebook page that their fibre broadband is experiencing difficulties. As early as 9am, many Singtel users were already complaining on social media that their Singtel internet was down. Singtel did not share what led to outage in service or how they would need to resolve the problem.

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HENG SWEE KEAT BACK TO WORK AGAIN

Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat, widely rumoured to be in the running for the prime minister position before suffer a stroke in May, has returned to office.

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PIMP CHARGED FOR PROVIDING SEX & BDSM SERVICES - PIMPED & SCAMMED OWN GF

A man pleaded guilty to 20 charges consisting of eight distinct crimes across four separate laws.

Wong Jun Siang, 24 years old, pimped a group of six women to provide sex and bondage, discipline, sadism and masochism (BDSM) related services. The BDSM services consisted of caning, slapping, trampling of private parts and role playing.

Wong also profited from the sale of soiled sanitary pads, lingerie and socks of the women, who were aged between 17 and 22.

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LTA: WE ARE STEPPING UP ENFORCEMENT AGAINST UNLICENSED PRIVATE HIRE CARS

Are you a fan of private hire car services?

For passenger safety, LTA is stepping up enforcement against unlicensed private hire cars. More frequent checks will be conducted at hotspots, such as Clarke Quay, Resorts World Sentosa and East Coast Seafood Centre, to weed out those plying illegally for fares.

LTA has recently charged one driver under the Road Traffic Act for plying illegally for fares and charging exorbitant fares for rides. He was fined a total of $15,000, disqualified from driving for a year and LTA is seeking to forfeit his car.

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