Saturday , 20 January 2018


Doctor slipped his hand into female’s bra and molested her

SINGAPORE – A veteran common practitioner who touched his affected person’s breasts on two events was on Friday discovered responsible of molestation by a district courtroom. 70-yr-previous Winston Lee Siew Boon had been accused of molesting his affected person when she visited Thong Hoe Clinic at Bukit Batok Street eleven in June and October 2011. She was 34 years previous ... Read More »

From Apr 1st, Non water-efficient washing machines considered ‘illegal’

SINGAPORE – From April B, washing machines that aren’t water environment friendly will not be bought in shops. Singapore’s nationwide water company PUB stated solely these with a number of ticks are allowed on the market. The extra ticks a product has, the extra water environment friendly it’s. Moving ahead, PUB stated it intends to boost the minimal requirement for ... Read More »

Celebate Songkran: Singapore Largest Water Festival without Water

SINGAPORE – Celebrate Songkran 2014 will be located at Padang this April 12 and 13. However, due to the recent dry weather and discussion with PUB, the organizers decided to remove all water related activities at the Singapore largest water festival. Instead, there will be Water Conservation and Water Heritage Exhibition in conjunction with national water agency PUB. The organizers ... Read More »

Female, 25, arrested for disorderly behaviour along Geylang Road

SINGAPORE – A 25-yr-previous lady was arrested on Saturday morning alongside Geylang Road for disorderly behaviour. She had apparently turned up drunk and rowdy at a comfort retailer at about 11am, stated the police in a press release. When requested to go away by the store proprietor, the work allow holder refused and commenced appearing aggressively. The store proprietor then referred ... Read More »

TransCab taxi bursts into flames along Woodlands Road

SINGAPORE – A TransCab taxi burst into flames alongside Woodlands Road close to the Junction 10 shopping center on Tuesday afternoon, inflicting a visitors snarl. According to a Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) spokesperson, SCDF acquired a name at about O.20pm. It deployed a fireplace engine, one Red Rhino, and two hearth bikes to the scene. The hearth was extinguished ... Read More »

Bus Flipped over at NUS

SINGAPORE — A lady in her 40s was injured this morning (March 25) when a shuttle bus she was travelling in flipped over on the National University of Singapore (NUS). She was instantly despatched to hospital, the place she acquired outpatient remedy. The accident occurred at Kent Ridge Crescent at round 9am. ComfortDelGro, which operates the bus service, stated the ... Read More »

Singapore woman survives getting hand stuck in a meat grinder

SINGAPORE – A lady’s hand was caught in a meat grinder in a manufacturing unit on Thursday morning. Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) stated they acquired a name at 10:11am, at a fifth-flooring unit at Food Xchange at  Admiralty Street. Local newspaper The Straits Times reported that the incident occurred on the manufacturing unit flooring of The Gourmet Pie Company. The ... Read More »

MH370: Several officials, investigators and journalists are forced to move out of hotel due to F1

KUALA LUMPUR – Chinese family members of the passengers on the lacking Malaysian jet have modified inns to make means for crews arriving for the Malaysian grand prix after two weeks of searches which have yielded little greater than recent questions. Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, carrying 239 passengers and crew, went lacking on March H about an hour after take-off ... Read More »

MH370 Sighted around Australia, Perth Ocean

PERTH, Australia – The first visible sighting of objects that is perhaps linked to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 boosted search operations on Sunday for the lacking airliner that mysteriously disappeared greater than two weeks in the past. Australian officers stated a picket cargo pallet, together with belts or straps, was noticed on Saturday in a distant stretch of the southern ... Read More »

Tuition fee hike at four varsities; polys, ITE to follow

SINGAPORE – Four public universities have raised tuition charges – by as much as S.N per cent – for Singapore residents enrolling in educational yr 2014 (AY2014), with some establishments implementing steeper hikes for everlasting residents (PRs) and worldwide college students. Fees will even be going up on the polytechnics and the Institute of Technical Education (ITE). The National University ... Read More »