STORE PULLS KARAMBIT KNIVES FROM SHELVES AFTER BACKLASH

The company said in their Facebook post that while the the curved utility blade was not banned for sale in Singapore, it has decided to "take a conservative move" in asking the merchant involved to cease the sale of the knife at its Bedok Mall and Tampines 1 outlets. The spokesperson said that this was not a spur of the moment decision, and the move to pull the knives out of the shelves was done after much deliberation.

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SECURITY FIRM SEEKS LEGAL ADVICE, F1 GATECRASHER RETRACTS BRIBERY CLAIMS

Facebook user Viv Smith posted a photo in a closed Formula 1 interest group on Sunday, showing a couple standing on the race track. The post read: "3am in the morning. Bribed the security guard to let us onto the track. He not only agreed, he took the photo. Non F1 fans won't understand this, but most of us will." Smith later retracted his claims, saying there was "no bribery, no corruption, no nothing". The couple was on the track when the gates were open, and had merely asked the guard to help take a photo of them, he wrote.

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NSF WHO DIED IN AUSTRALIA TO BE GIVEN MILITARY FUNERAL, PLATOON MATES BACK TO PAY RESPECTS

His father has indicated that he wanted to tell the three other servicemen involved in the accident that his family is doing okay, and that they should move on from the accident, as life goes on.

3SG Chan will be accorded the honours of a military funeral, and the cremation ceremony will be held at Mandai Crematorium on Saturday.

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