The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has discovered that old, lonely men here are being roped in to help import illegal sex drugs in exchange for sex and cash. Foreign Women have been approaching older men and offering the cash and sexual services in order to use their homes for the delivery of illegal drugs such as Viagra, contraceptives and other sexual enhancement drugs.
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“Content creators have to make sure their content does not lead members of society out of social and religious norms.” “Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak yesterday said there was no “perfect solution” to finding the right balance between ensuring total Internet freedom and protecting the public from possible harm by irresponsible users.”
24 travel agencies are fighting back against NATAS for being non-transparent and for ignoring their concerns. NATAS has been charging the agencies high rentals at its fairs and has also increased the admission fees even though visitors have dropped. This has resulted in a drop in sales and unhappy agencies which have decided to hold their own fair instead.
Overweight and obesity is now causing nearly half a million new cancer cases in adults every year, roughly 3.6 per cent of the world's total, a study said on Wednesday (Nov 26). A quarter of these cases are "realistically avoidable," said the authors of the work published in The Lancet Oncology. Led by scientists at the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the paper drew on a range of sources, including a large database of cancer incidence and mortality for 184 countries in 2012.
With news that oil prices have fallen to their lowest levels since 2010, the expectations are that transport fares will also be decreased. However, this seems unlikely, seeing how the government has been resistant to do so during similar periods in the past. But there is now every reason for the government to reduce prices and Singaporeans will be watching the developments very closely.
This is something every pet parent should know about! Take a close look at the photos below. When a dog or cat does this, it’s a potential sign that they are sick and need to go to a veterinarian. If you notice your dog or cat pressing their heads against a wall, floor or other object for no apparent reason, your pet could have a dangerous medical condition.
A man in Guangdong province was apparently very irked when an ATM he'd approached rejected his card. But he showed that machine. He showed all the machines. According to surveillance footage, the man had attempted to withdraw cash from the ATM several times but failed. Eventually he walked away, only to return moments later with a hammer.
A PAP MP Sam Tan has decided to counter the claims made by self-exiled Singapore opposition politician Ho Juan Thai. Read it here and here. While many know of HJT's version of events and feels that he was unfairly treated by the Singapore government, not many know of how he escape Singapore and landed up in London. These details are actually available in the Hansard of Parliamentary reports. Kudos to WP's JBJ for always asking the tough questions in Singapore.
Days after flying economy class to his son's graduation in Singapore, Indonesia's president said on Monday he will slash the travel budget for his cabinet to free up funds for desperately needed reforms in Southeast Asia's biggest economy. The move is the latest in a series of cost-cutting measures that President Joko Widodo has implemented in his first month as president.