Two second-half goals from Thailand were enough for the War Elephants to lift the AFF Suzuki Cup on Saturday for the first time since 2002. Malaysia won the second-leg match 3-2 but Thailand prevailed 4-3 on aggregate by virtue of their 2-0 home victory on Wednesday. The Thai side was on the verge of letting the Asean championship slip through their hands when they went three goals down.
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North Korea has offered to hold a joint inquiry with the United States into a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, strongly denying US claims that it is behind it. Its foreign ministry accused the US of "spreading groundless allegations", which the joint probe would refute. Without addressing Pyongyang's idea, a US spokesman insisted that North Korea must admit "culpability" .
The rat situation at Bukit Batok has been discovered to be much worse than originally thought. The pest controllers handling the situation explained that there has been some bad weather which has also delayed their progress. They also said that they are seeing lots of new food scraps being left around which can attract even more rodents. Extermination operations have been going on for about three days now and over 140 rats have been caught and killed.
While Singapore’s currency is increasing steadily against other regional currencies, Singaporeans have been warned not to jump into property purchases overseas just to take advantage of the currency rates. Some property analysts have expected the strong Singapore dollar to result in more Singaporeans investing overseas.
A 28 year old Singaporean man has been charged in court with importing more than 500g of cannabis, or marijuana, an amount which warrants the death penalty. Mohamad Aiman Asmi was charged in the courts on Friday. He had been caught at Woodlands Checkpoint while driving into Singapore from Malaysia on December 13th at 1:20am.
It is really getting absurd everyday with PAP and its cronies to chant the Devilish Word "Affordable". For every thing PAP wants to increase prices in order to feed its army of cronies of million dollar salary, they do not need to JUSTIFY the need to increase the prices but just chant, "It is affordable to Singaporeans!"
The Economic Development Board (EDB) has suggested that Singapore can become a regional mining hub despite the fact that Singapore has few natural resources, and no coal or precious stones. Industry players have explained that despite these shortfalls, Singapore can become a key hub due to its connectedness to key Asian markets. Singapore is situated at the crossroads of metals and minerals supply in Asia Pacific.