In news that does not surprise anyone anymore who is a fan of football, especially local football, the Singapore Under 18's loss again in a friendly last night. This time, they were beaten by New Caledonia 2-1 at Bishan Stadium. So, anyone knows were New Caledonia is?
It is actually a French territory comprising dozens of islands in the South Pacific with an estimated population of 278,000.
Ang Peng Siong, the Foundation's chairman of the board, added: "Sports is one way to rally a nation together under one flag, regardless of our backgrounds. Our athletes need to be supported, to help them reach their goals and targets.
"While we are more than happy to support Olivia and Griselda, the reality is they will need a lot more support and assistance."
Bubble tea chain Gong Cha is returning to Singapore This coming December with a outlet at SingPost Centre in Paya Lebar. There were notices stated that the chain’s Singapore flagship store was coming up in December at the under-construction outlet.
NEA had received feedback on rat sightings at the food centre two times already this year. After investigations, they found rat droppings on top of the exhaust ducting at the food centre and a few burrows outside the food centre.
The Tanjong Pagar Town Council was notified, so that proper follow up an rectifying of the problem can be carried out.
The injury to her happened as her colleague's stiletto heel hit her eye region while they were scuffling on the floor. This caused the victim's eyeball to pop out. The two were named as Siti Zahara Afifi Abdul Karim, 28, and her victim Nur Lena Rahmat, 30, who were both then working at Club One KTV Boutique.
The two already had a strained relationship before the incident on October 2015. The victim suffered left eye permanent blindness and right eye temporal hemianopia, which means she can only see the nasal part of her visual field, as a result of the wildly swinging stiletto clad legs of the aggressor.
Workers' Party's Sylvia Lim, who finally got to speak on the EP, argued that the Government misled people into thinking that the decision to start counting from Wee Kim Wee was a result of the AGC's advice, when it was not.