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SG HAS 3 PEOPLE TO THANK FOR SMASHING NOTIONS THAT SPOREANS CANNOT WIN GOLD AT OLYMPICS

Singapore really has only 3 people to thank for smashing all notions that we cannot win gold at the Olympics, set an Olympic record and provide empowerment to our children and their children.

We have to thank them and them alone also for teaching us that if you want something bad enough then with sacrifice, family support, unyielding commitment and unwavering belief in the goal, then nothing and no one can stand in the way of that glory.

Three people and three people alone. They are standing in this picture framed in the glory that should be theirs and theirs alone. Always remember that.

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INDON MAID STOLE EMPLOYER'S VALUABLES & ESCAPED S'PORE ON HER OFF-DAY

The Indonesia maid has been working for me about 6 months. She is very good in acting. Like a normal person just do her job to look after our new born baby girl and housework. One Saturday evening we wanted to past her the work permit for her off day the next day but we couldn't find the work permit and the passport! The next day the maid go for her off day and we try to search for her passport again but cannot find it than we decide to check our locked drawer to check if our gold and money if is still inside but to our surprise our gold in a bag n cash is missing!!!!

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NORTH KOREAN DIPLOMAT SMUGGLES $1.4M WORTH OF GOLD FROM SINGAPORE TO BANGLADESH

Customs authorities in Bangladesh made a shocking discovery in the luggage of a North Korean diplomat, who had flown to the country on a flight from Singapore. "We recovered gold both in the form of bars and ornaments from Son Young Nam, the first secretary of the North Korean Embassy in Dhaka," said Moinul Khan, Director-General Custom Intelligence Department.

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JOSEPH SCHOOLING CLINCHES FIRST ASIAN GAMES GOLD FOR SINGAPORE

Swimmer Joseph Schooling won Singapore's first gold at the Asian Games in the 100m Butterfly finals in a Games record time of 51.76 seconds, beating China's Li Zhu Hao who was in second place. This is Singapore's first men's swimming gold since 1982. The 19-year-old came in at the turn in first place, and managed to fend off the competition from second-place Li and Japan's Hirofumi Ikebata, who clinched bronze, to come in first.

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