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RWS DEFENDS "MEMORIAL" FOR FAKE MALL COLLAPSE AFTER DRAWING FLAK ONLINE

Disturbed Singaporeans who spotted a "memorial" for a non-existent mall collapse disaster took to Facebook over the weekend to express their bewilderment and disapproval of the exhibit, which is part of Resort World Sentosa's latest publicity campaign for this year's edition of its annual Halloween Horror Nights event to be held in September and October.

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EX RWS EXECUTIVE JAILED FOR CORRUPTION, GREED MAIN MOTIVATION

Ong was appealing on the grounds that the bribes were actually loans he had taken to repay the joint account that he shared with his wife. However, contrary to his claims, the evidence presented in the case showed that Ong was motivated by greed as both he and his wife were earning substantial salaries, and he had said he was never in financial difficulty.

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MOM LOOKING INTO ALLEGED DISCRIMINATION AGAINST S'POREANS IN RWS RETRENCHMENT

It states that “Some former employees alleged that Singaporeans were unfairly retrenched by RWS even as foreigners were retained and even sought after, pointing to an advertisement the company had placed in Malaysia for casino staff with pay offered in Singapore dollar terms. “It is not fair for a company to fire Singaporeans and hire foreigners at lower Singapore dollar salaries… The advertisement was later pulled,” one complainant said.

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BABY COCKROACH FOUND IN SOUP, UNAPOLOGETIC COCA RESTAURANT MANAGER SHRUGS IT OFF

Last saturday, my cousin and I went for a meal at the Coca Restaurant located at resort world sentosa. This is my worst experience at in my life. The food there were not fresh. And I almost swallow a baby cockroach in! My cousin called the manager and showed her the bowl of soup with the special ingredient. To our horror, this manager dont seems to be surprise or apologetic when she saw it. And she did not even bother to do anything.

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3-6 MONTHS JAIL FOR TURKS CAUGHT CHEATING AT RWS CASINO

On 21 August this year, 4 Turkish nationals - Suleyman Arik, 31, Mehmet Mersin, 52, Firat Teymur, 25, and Asiye Cakmak, 24 - arrived in Singapore and checked into a hotel in Jalan Besar. Their ambitious plan was to cheat at the Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) casino, make a killing and then return back to their country richer.

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SINGAPORE WON'T BUILD MORE CASINOS FOR NOW

Singapore has "no plans"currently to offer additional casino licences when the moratorium on such licences expires in 2017, Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Lee Yi Shyan said on Monday. The Government will instead focus on working with the two Integrated Resorts (IRs) to ensure their attractions and services continue to meet the needs of Singaporeans and enhance the country's tourism appeal, he added in Parliament.

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CAUGHT IN MONEYLENDERS' WEB OF LATE FEES

WHEN cleaner Goh Chin Ann borrowed $400 from a licensed moneylender in August, the interest stated on the agreement worked out to just eight cents a day. Yet, Credit88's contract also stated that he had to pay back the entire loan the very next day, or face a $600 late-fee charge.

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