Tag Archives: TEO CHEE HEAN

PRC NATIONAL WANG ZHIJIAN TO BE HANGED FOR TRIPLE MURDER

The man who killed three women in a flat in Yishun six years ago has had his appeal dismissed. Chinese national Wang Zhijian, 48, was found guilty in 2012 of the murder of Madam Yang Jie, 36, the flatmate of his lover Zhang Meng. He was found guilty of culpable homicide not amounting to murder for the death of Madam Zhang, 41, and her daughter Feng Jianyu, 17, after the court accepted his defence that he was impaired by an “abnormality of the mind” in the two deaths.

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LAZY POLICEMAN FORGED LOGBOOK ENTRIES TO AVOID DOING WORK!

The DPP said the case was a unique one involving forgery of the daily monitoring returns list such that Norazly would not need to commence investigation into the matters as directed by his superior. "The 32 cases for which the accused has been charged with involved six cases of 'unnatural deaths' where coroner inquiries would be conducted, eight cases of deaths with natural causes and 18 active matters which required investigations to be conducted. Due to the accused's offending behaviour, investigations into these live cases were not carried out until his crimes were eventually discovered," he said.

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NEW RULES CLEAR AIR FOR TRANSNATIONAL MARRIAGES

Singaporeans who want to marry a foreigner have a new option that can speed up their application for the spouse to live here, by as much as five months. The spouses will also find it easier to work in Singapore as the new rules would no longer classify them as foreign workers, subject to quotas and levies.

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SIX UNIQUE SPOTS IN SINGAPORE LOST AFTER THE 9/11 SECURITY LOCKDOWN

Singaporeans in their teens would probably have fuzzy recollections of how parts of this island looked like before the security clampdown that came about after the terror attacks in the United States on 11 September 2001. As with many things in life, you don't realise what you've missed until it's gone. Here are our top six picks, in no particular order.

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WEIRD SINGAPORE LAW: YOU CAN KNOCK DOWN A CAT AND GET AWAY WITH IT

As reported by Channel News Asia, among one of the recommendations made by the Animal Welfare Legislation Review Committee was to make the definition of animals in the Road Traffic Act the same as the Animals and Birds Act, which defines an animal as any mammal (other than man) or fish and includes any other living creature.

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POLICE COMMISSIONER NG JOO HEE REPLACED

Mr Teo Chee Hean said: "I would like to thank Commissioner of Police Ng Joo Hee for his dedication and commitment to keeping Singapore safe and secure in his 29 years with the Singapore Police Force. During his tour of duty as Commissioner of Police, he has made significant improvements to reduce crime and bring unlicensed money lending under control. He has also introduced various initiatives to increase the effectiveness of the force and to provide our Officers with more capabilities to carry out their duties, such as in Community Policing and the deployment of Police cameras in our HDB estates to fight crime.

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10 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER DO WHEN POLICE SHOWS UP AT YOUR DOOR

You might have read recently that the Singapore police allegedly went around in the night to personally deliver notice letters asking some individuals to assist in investigations relating to the Return Our CPF protest at Hong Lim Park on Sept. 27, 2014. This caused quite a bit of a hoo-ha because police should be out catching thieves instead of doing DHL services.

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SINGAPORE POLICE OFFICER REJECTS $2,000,000 BRIBE

A man tried to bribe two police officers earlier this month by offering them outrageous sums of money.The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau is investigating the man for the bribery attempt. Police are investigating him for disorderly behaviour.

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MHA SAYS TRAVELLERS COMING IN BY YACHT ENJOY FLEXIBILITY IN CLEARING IMMIGRATION?

Crew and passengers are required to notify the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) in advance and provide passenger and crew information by facsimile. ICA officers will then facilitate immigration clearance at the anchorages. Alternatively, they may seek immigration clearance at Raffles Marina, which is a gazetted landing and departing point for pleasure craft and yachts, and operates from 9am to 5pm. Crew and passengers on pleasure craft and yachts entering Singapore via Raffles Marina during the Customs, Immigration and Quarantine operating hours are required to inform Raffles Marina of their arrival in advance. Thereafter, Raffles Marina will notify the ICA, for officers to conduct immigration clearance at the vessel's expected arrival time. The same process applies for craft departing Singapore from Raffles Marina. Outside of the operating hours, they have to seek immigration clearance at WQIA or CGPA.

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MALAYSIA UNDER EBOLA ALERT

All major entry points in Malaysia, including the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), are under an Ebola virus alert as the World Health Organisation (WHO) scrambles to contain the outbreak in West Africa. Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam said the Malaysian government was stepping up preparations to prevent the highly contagious disease from reaching Malaysia.

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