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NUS Student Criticized Sengkang Restaurant for Contacting Her School After She Posted a Bad Review

NUS Student Criticized Sengkang Restaurant for Contacting Her School After She Posted a Bad Review

Usually, when a restaurant gets a negative review from any customer, they recognize the issue and consider what needs to be improved in the service.
Woman Issued an Apology After Accusing a Man of Gazing at Her in a Gym

Woman Issued an Apology After Accusing a Man of Gazing at Her in a Gym

A woman in Singapore apologized after she posted a video on social media accusing a man of staring at her in a gym and calling him a “creep”.
After Backlash From the Public, Samsung Deletes Ad Showing Muslim Mom Supporting Her Son Doing Drag

After Backlash From the Public, Samsung Deletes Ad Showing Muslim Mom Supporting Her Son Doing Drag

A supposed to be a heart-warming advertisement was pulled by Samsung after some netizens lambasted it for insensitivity to religious Muslim community.
New Omicron Cases in Singapore Rose to 797 Infections

New Omicron Cases in Singapore Rose to 797 Infections

On January 12, the number of new cases of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 were elevated to 797
VTL Customers Struggle To Secure Bus Tickets With Glitches and Cancellations

VTL Customers Struggle To Secure Bus Tickets With Glitches and Cancellations

Customers of the VTL or vaccinated travel lane had a major hurdle on Wednesday
Thousands of Families Got $30 Public Transport Vouchers as an Aide for the Effects of Fare Hike

Thousands of Families Got $30 Public Transport Vouchers as an Aide for the Effects of Fare Hike

Over 280,000 families in Singapore have received letters, informing them that they can claim a 430 public transport voucher that can be utilized as a fare card or can be used to purchase monthly concession passes.
Authorities Investigating the Death of a 6-Month-old Baby While Under Nanny’s Care

Authorities Investigating the Death of a 6-Month-old Baby While Under Nanny’s Care

A couple were appalled upon receiving a call from the nanny of their six-month-old son
Soh Rui Yong Set a New Record for National Marathon

Soh Rui Yong Set a New Record for National Marathon

Singapore has a new national record holder for long-distance category in marathon
Singapore’s Swimming Olympian Quah Zheng Wen Has Completed His Military Training

Singapore’s Swimming Olympian Quah Zheng Wen Has Completed His Military Training

The Singapore Army recently celebrated the graduation of the new batch of recruits that has completed their basic military training on Pulau Tekong. 
The First and Last Individuals Travelers Meet: Every Time a Changi Airport Frontliner Enters the Restroom, He Must Remove His Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

The First and Last Individuals Travelers Meet: Every Time a Changi Airport Frontliner Enters the Restroom, He Must Remove His Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

The global pandemic has innumerable detrimental effects across industries including the world’s best
Singapore’s Business Events Rebound After COVID-19, but Hong Kong Struggles

Singapore’s Business Events Rebound After COVID-19, but Hong Kong Struggles

This week, a series of conferences will be held and will be participated by a slew of corporate heads of the world’s top companies.
Doctor Embezzled From UK Health Service To Be Refunded $1.2 Million by Online Gambling Companies

Doctor Embezzled From UK Health Service To Be Refunded $1.2 Million by Online Gambling Companies

In the UK, some anonymous online gambling companies made a promise to refund at least £900,000 which is equivalent to $1.2 million of stolen money from the National Health Service
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