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NGEE ANN POLY STUDENTS TARGET OF PERVERTS, ONLINE PHOTOS STOLEN BY LEWD BLOG

A police report have been lodged by the Ngee Ann Polytechnic after their female students had found photos of them posted on their own social media stolen and re-posted with lewd captions on micro-blogging platform Tumblr. The female students were posing dressed in shorts, yoga pants, bikinis and dresses.

Thirteen Ngee Ann Poly students were affected. The school immediately filed a police report against the blog once they were made known to the school. It was not clear why NP students were targeted. One of the victims was reported to say that the photos were posted on their own social media accounts for their own use, and not for some perverts to take the photos and make offensive remarks about them.

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HAI SING STUDENTS FIGHTING IN SCHOOL COUNSELLED AND DISCIPLINED

The two students who were videoed involved in a fight in school have been counselled and appropriate disciplinary measures taken against them. This was confirmed by the students' school, Hai Sing Catholic School.

It was also reported that the boy who was severely beaten up called the police after the incident. A spokesman for the school said that the school " has addressed the matter with appropriate disciplinary measures and counselled the students involved". "We have also been working with their parents to help our students learn from the incident," said the spokesman.

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LARGER STUDENT HAMMERS SMALLER BOY WHO ALLEGEDLY CHALLENGED HIM TO FIGHT

Students from the same school as the students involved in a viral fighting video have come out to clarify what transpired between the 2 boys. According to netizens on Stomp, the smaller, bespectacled boy had challenged the larger of the 2 boys to a fight. The larger student had ignored the boy, who continued to taunt the bigger student and even placed his hands on his abdomen.

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MORE YOUTHS TAKING DRUGS, BEGINNING OF A WORRYING TREND?

This is very worrying indeed. Our young generation, the future of our nation, are taking drugs, and they think it's alright and cool. Thus far, more than 350 students have been caught for drug abuse over the past three years, while 70 professionals and managers were arrested for such offences last year. While the numbers seem relatively small, what is worrying is that this is becoming a trend, and the numbers have actually been increasing year by year.

Why is that so? Nowadays, information is so readily available, especially to the young generation, for them to know about the dangers of drug abuse. Or is it because of the ease of information available to them, it is easier for them to get these drugs?

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2 LASELLE STUDENTS SUSPENDED AFTER DEFENDING GIRL FROM BULLYING FT STUDENT

2 male students studying at La Salle, a local arts school in Singapore, have been suspended after defending a fellow student from the bullying antics of a foreign student studying in the school. According to a witness, a foreign female student had attempted to force a fellow female student to give up her assessment space. In the midst of their argument, a male student approached the quarrel and tried to stop the foreign student from behaving like a bully.

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