In three weeks time, Dejehan Hamilton will introduce an instrument to a part of the world where its never yet been performed. The 20-year-old musician from Hamilton's north-end will be the first to perform the steel pan in Singapore. Ever. "It's overwhelming to think I'll be performing for the first time," he said. "It's a historic ...
Two Singaporeans, aged 21 and 27, are expected to be charged in court on Friday, Dec 6, 2013, for offences under the Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act. -- TNP FILE PHOTO: ARIFFIN ...
By Rachel Armstrong and Lee Chyen YeeSINGAPORE Dec 5 (Reuters) - Bank statements for almost 650 of Standard Chartered Plc's private banking clients have been found on the laptop of an alleged website hacker in Singapore, the police and the British lender said on Thursday.Standard Chartered said the February 2013 monthly statements for 647 of its clients were stolen, taken from the server ...
Investment company Temasek Holdings has made substantial contributions to benefit Singapore and Singaporeans, by helping to boost the government's budget revenue to fund social programmes, said its chairman Lim Boon ...
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Singapore (AFP) - A pastry chef who stunned Singapore marathon organisers by being the first local runner across the finish line admitted he cheated -- and has been doing so for years, a report said Thursday.Father-of-one Tam Chua Puh, 43, caused consternation when he finished Sunday's race several minutes ahead of Singapore's finest distance athletes in a time of 2hr 46min.However, ...
More than 2,300 motorists were arrested for drink driving in the first nine months of the year - a nine per cent increase over the same period a year ago. There were also 88 drink-driving accidents resulting in 16 deaths in the same period. -- ST FILE PHOTO: MUGILAN ...
The hearing to determine whether an article written by blogger Alex Au (above) is in contempt of court will be open to the public and he will have every opportunity to rebut the charge against him, said the Attorney General's Chambers in a statement on Thursday, Dec 5, 2013. -- ST FILE PHOTO: FRANCIS ...
Santha Devi Lingam got the fake donation books for her charity scam printed in Malaysia so no one would spill the beans to the authorities here. -- ST ...
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong gives his opening address at the opening ceremony of Sembmarine's integrated yard at Tuas Boulevard on Nov 6, 2013. The People's Action Party will adopt a major resolution statement that will chart its broad direction going forward at a party convention on Sunday. -- ST FILE PHOTO: MARK ...
Singapore will put up a performance at the closing ceremony of the 27th SEA games in Myanmar. A preview was held on Thursday for the act that symbolises the start of a new journey towards the 2015 SEA games, which Singapore will ...
SINGAPORE -- A pastry chef who stunned Singapore marathon organizers by being the first local runner across the finish line admitted he cheated — and has been doing so for years, a report said Thursday. Father-of-one Tam Chua Puh, 43, caused consternation when he finished Sunday’s race several minutes ahead of Singapore’s finest distance athletes in a time of 2hr 46min. ...
(25 mins ago) A pastry chef who stunned Singapore marathon organizers by being the first local runner across the finish line admitted he cheated – and has been doing so for years, a report said. Father-of-one Tam Chua Puh, 43, caused consternation when he finished Sunday's race several minutes ahead of Singapore's finest distance athletes in a time of 2 hours 46 minutes. ...
Hutchison Port Holdings Trust dipped as much as 4.5 percent to its lowest in nearly two years as a strong technical level was broken, leading losses on the Singapore benchmark index.HPH Trust fell to as low as $0.64, a level unseen since January 2012, after breaking below $0.675 in the previous session, which had been a key technical support since mid-November.Analysts said that the break of ...
A teacher was charged in court on Thursday with three counts of molesting a 16-year-old student in a school. The 50-year-old allegedly rubbed the back of the student on the left shoulder and waist area from outside her school uniform top at the school premises in the eastern part of Singapore on July 26 this year. He indicated that he wished to engage a lawyer and he was given until Dec 12 to ...
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Football Federation Australia has downplayed claims that the nation is one of the countries targeted by a suspected Singaporean match fixer and called them speculative.
According to The Age, the National Crime Agency made a seventh arrest this week regarding the fixing of matches.
However, the FFA didn't believe they needed to make a formal response despite Australia's leagues being identified as open to corruption.
The FFA said in a statement that they do not comment on matters that may be the subject of investigation by law enforcement authorities and furthermore, in this instance the speculative link being drawn particularly doesn't merit a formal response.
During a secretly recorded interview with the newspaper, one of the arrested men claimed he could influence results in multiple leagues and that he could target the biggest tournament of all, the report said.
The alleged fixer further claimed to 'having' clubs in Belgium and France as well as controlling an African national side, the report added. (ANI)
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