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EX-RSAF ENGINEERS CHARGED WITH CORRUPTION, OWNSELF CONTRACT OWNSELF

Two former RSAF engineers were charged with corruption by CPIB. Rajkumar Padmanathan face up to 251 charges for recommending his own firm to RSAF for maintenance works. He did not tell his employers he actually owned a firm and was also related to a few other companies the RSAF contracted. Another former engineer, Sung Way Xiong, was charged for accepting a sum of money from Rajkumar in exchange for restricted pricing information.

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CHINA NATIONAL OFFERED DRIVING TESTER BRIBE TO GAIN DRIVING LICENCE

A Chinese National tried to bribe his driving tester $200 while taking his driving test, so that he can clear his test at the Singapore Safety Driving Centre in February this year.

For that, the Chinese National, Yang Qiang, 41, was sentenced to three weeks jail. He had offered the bribe to tester Noor Hafiz Abdul Aziz, but the tester refused the bribe and reported the matter to CPIB.

No news on whether Yang would also be banned from taking any sort of driving tests in Singapore forever. This kind of person should not even be allowed on Singapore roads for having the cheek to bribe in order to gain a driving licence.

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CPIB RAIDS TIONG BAHRU FC & HOUGANG UNITED AFTER FAS $500,000 DONATION CONTROVERSY

According to a Facebook post by The Middle Ground, TMG Editors broke the story of a simultaneous raid by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) on Tiong Bahru FC and Hougang United at around 4pm today (20 April 2017). The Woodlands Wellington clubhouse was also raided by the CPIB. Media personnel are now gathered outside FAS and calls to FAS went unanswered.

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WHERE IS THE 24-PAGE REPORT ABOUT AMK TC'S CORRUPTION PROBE?

Damn. Still no 24-page spread in the Straits Times about the Ang Mo Kio Town Council corruption case. Was hoping to see colour graphs and details about the money, people and contracts involved. Corruption involving the PM's town council is apparently trivial news, as far as our mainstream media is concerned.

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ANG MO KIO TOWN COUNCIL GENERAL MANAGER UNDER CPIB PROBE FOR UNETHICAL DEALINGS

Mr Victor Wong, the General Manager and Secretary for Ang Mo Kio Town Council has been sacked from his position and put under investigation by the Corrupt Investigation Bureau (CPIB). Wong works for CPG Facilities Management who is the managing agent for AMK Town Council. Mr Ang, who is an MP for Ang Mo Kio GRC, said the town council received a complaint in September about Mr Wong concerning the way he handles contracts and dealings in the town council, behaviours which needed investigations by the CPIB.

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S'PORE POLICE TODAY VERY DIFFERENT FROM THE PAST

Unlike our time when benefits galore, today's cops are Not entitled to special privileges, like places in schools for their loved ones or getting a BTO flat faster. They are expected to protect areas even after tour of duty but pay for HDB season parking like any others.

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PRC-BORN TABLE TENNIS PLAYER LI HU UNDER INVESTIGATION BY CPIB

Singapore table tennis player Li Hu was revealed to be assisting the CPIB in an ongoing investigation after he was suspended by the S'pore Table Tennis Association over a disciplinary matter. Li is currently ranked world number 58 and was supposed to be the future of Singapore's male table tennis team. When approached, Li was remorseful over his undisclosed actions and had been asked to pack his bags from the STTA hostel where he was living in.

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