YAMAHA ISSUED APOLOGY TO PARENT OF AUTISTIC BOY WHO WAS TURNED AWAY

The account from Yamaha Music (Asia) was that its staff member was not aware of Alex’s condition during enrollment, and the teacher learnt of it only when Alex’s grandmother informed him personally during the first lesson. The school apologised for the communication breakdown anyway. Last night, it delivered a letter of apology in person to Mr Lim.

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SWISS NATIONAL JAILED FOR PUNCHING CABBY

An Ang Moh Swiss national and former commodities trader Yannick Alexandre Varidel, 28, had been sentenced to four weeks jail after he pleaded guilty punching a taxi driver.

Varidel then insisted on paying the fare with his ATM card, and handed the card to Mr Ng. Mr Ng again told them that he could take only cash payments. When Mr Ng was returning the ATM card to Varidel, he accidentally dropped it. Varidel reacted by punching him on the nose.

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GOVT MUST RECOVER LOST FUNDS FROM CO-OP CHEATS, DON'T JUST KEEP QUIET!

A netizen thinks the Government should speak up and account to the public how it plans to recover lost funds from the Co-op cheat case. Two employees reportedly cheated their co-op of $5.1m. "It would be most irresponsible and unprofessional of them if they simply ignore such valid concerns from members of the public or simply sweep it under the carpet!"

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