MAID POISONED EMPLOYER'S BABY SO SHE COULD BE SENT BACK HOME

A 28 year-old Indonesian maid Annisa put eucalyptus oil in stored breast milk packs meant for her employer's baby because she wanted to be scolded and sent back home to Indonesia. According to the Health Sciences Authority, children should not consume eucalyptus oil as it contains terpineol, a fatal ingredient that could cause death for children.

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LITTLE GIRL'S LEG TRAPPED BY DRAIN COVER FOR HALF AN HOUR

A 7 year-old girl had her left leg stuck in a broken drain cover for over half an hour on Saturday. The incident took place at about 3PM at Block 820 along Yishun St 81. According to witnesses, the ground was wet and slippery, and the drainage cover was spoiled, which caused the girl to slip into the gap and get stuck.

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MISSING BOY EZEIL ADAM FOUND BY NETIZENS, RETURNS TO PARENTS

Dear family, friends and concerned citizens / fellow Singaporean, we are very relieved to announced that our missing child, Ezeil Adam has been found and that he is safe. The Police has helped us fetch him and handed him over to us. Facebook has been the lead and source to us getting our son back in our arms and we cannot thank everyone enough. A positive results indefinitely!

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SPF LOOKS FOR 2 WOMEN TO ASSIST WITH JCUBE, WESTGATE THEFTS

The Singapore Police Force are looking for 2 women (shown in the picture above) to "assist" with investigation into cases of reported shoplifting at Jcube Shopping Centre and Westgate Mall between 28th February 2015 and 3rd March 2015. The younger woman is believed to be in her 20s, while the older one is in her 50s.

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IPPT TO REINSTATE PULL-UPS AFTER SINKIE MALES FAIL TO CLIMB HDB & RESCUE TODDLER

This incident shows clearly that Singaporean males have very poor upper body and upper arm strength. They were unable to pull themselves up like those two foreign workers. Did you see Mr. Shanmuganathan's spider-like reflexes when he swung his way to the toddler's rescue? That is the kind of standard we need for the SAF. We don't want guniang soldiers who cannot carry themselves, what more their buddies. This is why with immediate effect, we will re-implement the Pull-up station into the IPPT.

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LOOK AT SOCIAL PROGRESS IN A COUNTRY, NOT JUST GDP

Gross Domestic Product has become the yardstick by which we measure a country’s success. But, says Michael Green, GDP isn’t the best way to measure a good society. His alternative? The Social Progress Index, which measures things like basic human needs and opportunity.

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THE SECRET SEX LIFE OF THE SULTAN OF BRUNEI

According to Jillian Lauren, the American woman who spoke to 60 Minutes about her year in Prince Jefri and the Sultan’s harem, the pair indulged a lot – and they didn’t care how old the girls were. “She was his play thing. They had sex hundreds of times and then Prince Jefri gave her as a gift to the Sultan and she goes into great detail (about) the sexual activity she got up to with the sultan.”

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70 YEAR-OLD SEVERELY INJURED BY MOTORIZED BICYCLE

On 18th April, a 70 year-old woman Madam Heng and her daughter, Ms Eileen Lee, were on their way to buy groceries when the elderly lady was knocked down by a motorized bicycle. Both women were walking on a pedestrian pathway next to Block 120, Paya Lebar Way. "My mum was walking on a pedestrian walkway when she was hit. The rider did not really extend any help. He just asked my mum if she was okay and left when he said she was," Ms Lee said. "But my mum was sitting on a floor and couldn't get up. Her forehead was already bleeding."

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