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ANOTHER PERSON ANGRY AT APPLE'S SERVICE, SAID IT GAVE UP REPAIRING HIS MAC

Another angry customer complained about Apple for failing to identify the problem with his computer and giving up on its repairs. He was disappointed at their service standards as they didn't appear keen on taking the time to repair it for him.

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HEARTLESS HIT & RUN DRIVER LEFT INJURED CYCLIST ALONE ON NICOLL HIGHWAY

A cyclist who was involved in a hit and run accident was desperately looking for the culprit. The impact caused the culprit's carplate to split into 2 while the victim is still recovering from his injuries. Thankfully, the police has found the driver and are investigating it.

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SNAKE SEEN NEAR LAKESIDE MRT, ESCAPED AFTER SMRT STAFF OPENED DRAIN COVER

A commuter chanced upon a snake near Lakeside MRT and warned SMRT staff not to open the drain cover so as to prevent it from escaping underground, but the staff did exactly that. When authorities arrived, the snake was nowhere to be found.

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WHAT'S THE POINT OF HAVING DEBATES IF MINISTER'S SPEECHES ARE NOT TO BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY?

A netizen disagreed with Min Shanmugam for saying that every minister's speech be taken as statutory legislation. He argued that if this is true, it defeats the purpose of The Hansard (an official record of speeches) and having Parliamentary sittings in the first place. What do you think?

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SINGAPORE YOUTHS LOST FOOTBALL GAME AGAIN, THIS TIME TO NEW CALEDONIA

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.

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LOCAL SAILOR GETS AID FROM CHIAM SEE TONG FOUNDATION FOR OLYMPICS BID

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."

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4 JOHOR MEN WORKING IN SINGAPORE ARRESTED BY MALAYSIAN POLICE FOR MURDER

Four men from Johor were arrested by Malaysian police for allegedly murdering another man at a bus station in Jalan Persiaran Sungai Danga, Nusa Bistari, in Johor.

According to Malaysian police, two of the arrested men were working as security guards in Singapore, while another one was a factory worker and one was a horse groomer, all working in Singapore.

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