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SG WIFE JAILED 1 YEAR FOR STABBING HUSBAND TO DEATH AFTER HE FOUND OUT ABOUT AFFAIR

A Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) senior human resource executive, Vivien Teoh Yi Wen, 27 received 1 year's jail for stabbing her husband to death with a fatal wound inflicted to his heart. The sentence, which will be backdated to her remand on 1st September last year, will allow Teoh to be released in September this year.

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MORE YOUNG S'POREANS JOINING RANKS OF HOMELESS PEOPLE

“We are seeing more younger people, those in their 50s instead of their 60s and 70s, camping at Starbucks, McDonald’s, Internet and gaming cafes, libraries and other urban spaces, as these are places where people hang out and it is not immediately obvious that they are homeless,” he added.”

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EX-HUSBAND SNATCHED MY NEWBORN & REFUSE TO LET ME SEE HIM!

My Umar was taken away by none other than his own father. On 26 June 2016, during the HOLY MONTH OF RAMADHAN, his father came to my mother's place to bring him out (I grant him his natural right as a father and respecting that). At the end of the day, while awaiting Umar's return, HE NEVER ARRIVES.

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WHAT HAPPENED TO PM LEE'S PROMISE OF A NO WRONG DOOR POLICY?

Last month I wrote an email to MSF and was referred to Mr Patrick Teo. In my email, I told him that I would like to apply for the parents maintenance act because my elder brother (used to stay with us and contribute monthly expenses) had abandoned us after my mum had a stroke. Mr Patrick got the cheek to call me and said that I had to call the comissioner myself and he could not forward my email to the relevant authority. I told him I thought our Prime Minister made it clear there should practise "no wrong door policy?"

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PRIVILEGED PEOPLE, STOP LOOKING DOWN ON PEOPLE ASKING FOR WELFARE!

What really disgust me is all these privileged people who most likely never had to worry about being able to go to school, being judged based on skin colour(it fucking happens if you are Chinese DON'T try to argue me on this point)Not having enough options till you have to resort to crime. There are people in singapore who do not enjoy the same amount of privilege as you, there are poor people here, there are people who have to worry about their next meals.

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HOMELESS COUPLE CAMP AT CHANGI AIRPORT FOR FREE INTERNET, WATER AND ELECTRICITY

Miss Eileen Ho and her boyfriend, Mr Daniel Soo, both 24, have been walking around the Changi airport with their belongings in a suitcase for the past 7 months. At night, they sleep on thin comforters in a corner of Terminal 3, near Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe.

It was reported that they had moved into the airport after Ms Ho had falling out with her parents, after which she also took her brother who suffers from epilepsy, 20 year-old Wilson, along with her to the airport. She said that "we have no other place to go, that is why we stay like this," and the couple chose the airport for the free internet, free electricity and free water. When asked what they do each day, Ms Ho answered with a shrug: "Eat, smoke, charge phone."

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