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CUSTOMER FINDS DISGUSTING "COCKROACH FEELERS" IN STARBUCKS MUSHROOM WRAP

Complainant Joelle Goh said that when she bought an Egg White, Roasted Pepper, Mushroom & Cheddar wrap from the Starbucs 100 AM outlet in Tanjong Pagar, she found a dead cockroach (whole) stuck onto one of the mushroom slices. A Starbucks employee apologised for the incident and explained that the food was prepared by a Starbucks supplier.

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INTERNET SERVICES DISRUPTED AFTER CONTRACTOR DAMAGED FIBRE INFRASTRUCTURE

Fibre broadband and home phone services in Singapore were partially disrupted on Thursday (Jun 11) due to damaged infrastructure, announced the Republic’s three major telcos. The outage started at about 10.40am on Thursday and it has affected users in Bukit Merah, Outram, Tanjong Pagar and Tiong Bahru, fibre network operator NetLink Trust said in a news release.

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SINGAPORE HAS FASTEST BROADBAND SPEEDS IN THE WORLD

Singapore is now the world's fastest broadband nation, according to a global speed index watched closely by many international authorities and Internet service providers (ISPs). The US-based Ookla's Net Index - started in 2008 - shows that Internet users in Singapore have had the fastest broadband links, of around 104 Mbps, since December last year.

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LOW INCOME FAMILIES TO GET 100MBPS FIBRE INTERNET FOR JUST $6 A MONTH

For no more than S$6 a month, eligible low-income households are set to get fibre broadband Internet access for four years, with the launch of the S$10 million Digital Inclusion (DI) Fund aimed at ensuring that the less well-off can keep up with advances in the digital landscape. These households — which have a monthly household income of less than S$1,900 and no school-going children — will also get a basic computing device. Altogether, this programme under the DI Fund — called the Home Access programme — is set to benefit about 8,000 households.

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