MY SIS GOT CHEATED BY SG PLAYBOY BUT WAS NEVER AFTER HIS MONEY

I'm the brother of the girl who got cheated by a playboy in your previous article. I can't stop people from bashing my younger sister for sending the article but I want to assure everyone her intentions is not to shame Mark Seow Jun Hao. Mark, do you remember that time my sister rush to your place so late at night to bring you soup when you told her you had fever? How about she keep recommending you friends to buy insurance from you? Even when you tell her you no cash as business poor recently she still stuck by you and never ask you to pay for dates but go dutch? Mark is not handsome to all those saying my sister is with him for looks. He has acne marks on his face and that's a fact. But I leave it to the rest to judge him for looks. He is also not rich. I know him after all.

I'm just angry at how Mark treat my sis after all she had done for him. This is not a gender thing. Think of one moment you treat someone close to you, maybe a good friend or partner very well, trust him/her only to have him/her betray you in the end? Anyway, all I hope is for my sis to recover from this hurt and find someone better that she deserves. As for Mark Seow Jun Hao, karma will get you one day. Don't treat people like shit, like pebbles for you to step all over, use and throw after people sincerely cared for you. One day you will find yourself someone who will also treat you like shit.

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SUSPECTED SUICIDE BOMBER KILLS 19 & INJURES 50 OTHERS @ ARIANA GRANDE CONCERT IN MANCHESTER

UK authorities confirmed that at least 19 people were killed and 50 others injured after a suspected suicide bomber explosion at the Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert. They are treating it as a terrorist incident until police known otherwise. Authorities responded to calls for help at around 10.35 pm and several young girls were allegedly among the dead.

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POLICE INVESTIGATING "LOUD SOUND" REPORTED @ SENTOSA COVE

The Singapore Police Force confirmed that they have received reports of a loud sound heard at 6.40PM at Sentosa Cove. They are trying to determine the cause of the loud sound and are requesting anyone with information to step forward and assist the police.

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THIEVES SOLD 8 STOLEN SMARTPHONES FROM MOBILE 8 SHOP

A reader has sent a list of 8 stolen smartphones (with IMEI numbers) that were stolen from a phone shop Mobile 8 at Greenridge Shopping Center in Jelapang. Netizens who encounter any of the stolen phones or who have bought those phones should contact the police immediately or call their number at 62679919.

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PLAINCLOTHES NEA OFFICERS SAMAN SMOKER FOR SMOKING UNDER SHELTER

A plainclothes National Environment Agency (NEA) officers was snapped by a netizen for issuing a $200 fine to a smoker who was caught smoking under shelter. The netizen, Chang How, wants to warn Singaporeans against these plainclothes NEA officers and advises smokers not to smoke under sheltered areas.

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5 SINGAPOREANS OFFERED JAV CONTRACTS FOLLOWING GEYLANG AUDITION

5 Singaporean men have reportedly been offered employment with a Japanese Adult Video (JAV) producer, Tokyo Dreams (夢精スタジオ), after passing an audition set in Geylang. News reports about the lucky 5 were posted simultaneously on newly established news websites Is This Legit, Press Union, Foreign Journal and Sunday Register.

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FRENCH OWNED NOL REAPS US$26M PROFIT COMPARED TO STRAIGHT LOSSES SINCE 2011 UNDER SG PAPER GENERALS

Despite having acquired Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) for only less than a year, French company CMA CGM has turned the ailing shipping giant profitable... a feat that high profile former military man Ng Yat Chung, who was a Lieutenant General and Chief of Armed Forces, could not do in his 5 year term as head of the struggling national line.

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DPM TEO ADVISES PUBLIC SECTOR TO BE IN TOUCH WITH THE GROUND

He also added that Civil servants must also work closely in a coordinated manner across different agencies, and equip themselves with skills to constantly innovate. Basically, what he is saying is that the public sector must always be in touch with the average Singaporeans, all Singaporeans should work together no matter their differing backgrounds, and that all of us must be fully equipped with skills to better face the future.

Could might as well advise this to his cohort of Ministers himself. Those high paying Ministers don;t seem to be in touch with the common Singaporeans, not with statements like buying milk that is cheapest for your toddlers, or saying HDB flats are affordable to all Singaporeans. And yes, we do see all Ministers working well with each other, when they are out to slam the other elected MPs from the opposition. As for skills to better equip ourselves? Some Minister already said University education is not the guarantee of an iron rice bowl.

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