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MAN ARRESTED FOR IMPORTING 318 FAKE BAGS, WITH VALUE OF $11,680

Singapore Customs had inspected the consignment of goods suspected to be fakes, and brand owners subsequently confirmed 200 bags and pieces of luggage were indeed counterfeits. CID was informed, and after extensive inquiries, they carried out a raid at a Jurong Port warehouse and a Punggol residential unit.

The 43 year old man was arrested, and a further 318 counterfeit bags were seized, with a total value believed to be $11,680.

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STORAGE WATER HEATER RUPTURED, SENDING MAN FLYING AND GLASS SHATTERED

However, the explosion was so strong that the glass doors and windows to the balcony of the master bedroom were shattered and sent fragments flying everywhere. It was also reported that a man had just stepped out of the toilet when the water heater ruptured, with the impact so strong it threw him onto the bed.

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JETSTAR: CUSTOMER DIDN'T CHECK, WE ALREADY SENT NOTIFICATIONS ON FLIGHT CHANGES

Jetstar's spokesperson responded to a customer who complained about not having a flight despite her booking by explaining that they already sent notifications throughout the month regarding the change in flight schedule. Who's in the wrong now?

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CAR MECHANIC SHIRKS RESPONSIBILITY & COMPENSATION FOR MELTED EXHAUST REPLACEMENT

A driver complained about car mechanic ST Powered which advised her to use a rubber piece for her exhaust but shirked responsibility when it melted the next day. She demanded compensation only to be told by the mechanic that she should've asked them before sending her car for repairs.

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CAT RESCUER'S PERSONAL APPEAL TO LAWRENCE WONG FALLS ON DEAF EARS, DAMAGE TO REPUTATION HAS BEEN DONE

I made a personal appeal to Minister Wong to help clear my name as my reputation & family have been affected but to no avail. After what I thought was a fruitful opportunity to clarify what had happened in the last 3 years, these 2 letters arrived from MND. These & subsequent correspondences can be read here.

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PMET JOBS GREW BY 105,000 BUT HOW MANY WENT TO TRUE BLUE S'POREANS?

As to “Employment growth of less than 10,000 last year is too low; the target is growth of 25,000 to 40,000 a year, he said, adding that technology can create good jobs while making work easier, safer and smarter for all workers” – since 31,050 new permanent residents (PRs) (a 10-year high) and 20,589 new citizens (also a 10-year high ) were granted last year – how many of the “Employment growth of less than 10,000 last year” went to true-blue Singaporeans?

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