The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has strongly rejected claims by various Malaysian media reports that Singapore is targeting Malaysian prisoners for execution. This comes in the wake of several Malaysians already on death row in Singapore getting their clemency petitions rejected.
Lee's case echoed that of professional footballer wannabe, Ben Davis. He was supposed to have served his National Service currently, but he defaulted and is said to have signed professional terms with Fulham, an English based professional football team. While Davis has still not been charged in court as he is currently still in absentia without official leave, or AWOL, Lee has been dealt with, as he had returned to Singapore and serving his defaulted NS obligations.
A 67 year old man, whose age deemed that he could have retired and enjoy his twilight years, was instead arrested by the Police for suspicions of an attempted robbery at a pawnshop in Bedok. The robbery attempt took place on Friday, and the man was arrested at Yishun within 32 hours of the alleged incident.
The Istana is presently looking for a chef to join its staff, and has placed an advert on the government job portal, Careers@GOV. Istana, is of course, the official residence of the President of Singapore, Halimah Yacob. Unfortunately, the advertisement keeps referring to the President as a male.
How did she lose the laptop? Apparently, she left her Macbook Air on a car roof after parking at block 650 Jalan Tenaga. She was apparently visiting a friend there. Forgetting about the laptop on the roof of the car, she went off to run her errands, and the laptop most likely fell onto the ground. Chances of finding the laptop might not be great, but Jesseca Liu said that the laptop contains important information and scripts.
PM Lee's estranged brother, and currently the most favourite of the Lee families amongst many Singaporeans, Lee Hsien Yang, has asked the question that many Singaporeans had wanted to know for a long time - why is Ho Ching's salary declared a State Secret?
WAN Medical Clinic, located at Bedok North, recently became the talk of Singapore after their Facebook post on 8 July brought into the spotlight that they were fined $1,000 by the East Coast Fengshan Town Council for leaving the chairs outside the clinic overnight.
And over the past several weeks, dozens of women in Singapore have had their pictures on social media stolen, doctored and uploaded to a sex forum. Some of these pictures have been compiled and recirculated on pornographic sites, with more additions every day. The photos were doctored to make them appear in the nude via the DeepNude app.
The Chief of Progress Singapore Party (PSP) and possibly de facto opposition figurehead, Dr Tan Cheng Bock, found himself in a very familiar, yet peculiar position over dinner at a community event. He was seated at a table reserved for guests of the Temple, and found himself seated beside S Iswaran and Foo Mee Har, both PAP MPs for the West Coast GRC ward.