It’s probably the last thing you’d expect from an underground betting ring. Still, four posters were seen pasted on pillars at the Pearl Centre hawker centre in Chinatown earlier this week, informing interested gamblers where they can go to get their fix.
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Lonely young women who are fragile and spend a lot of time on social media are likely to be easily influenced by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) militant group, says Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom. The minister in the prime minister's department said those who were lonely spent a lot of time on social networking sites such as Facebook and were susceptible to be charmed into joining Isis fighters who use love as a lure.
Do you feel the weather today is hot? Well, it looks like the heat is expected to persist for the next few days according to the fortnightly forecast from the National Environment Agency. On their website, the agency explained that April is likely the warmest month of the year with temperatures around 34 degrees celsius to be expected.
SBS Transit has announced that it sent two 35 seater buses to service premium bus rout 564 this morning after a viral video exposed a messy situation on Wednesday. The route which usually has about 35 passengers per trip is usually serviced by a 46 seater bus but yesterday, SBS decided to send a newer 30 seat bus meaning that a handful of regular commuters were unable to take the service.
Although it has been three years since the short film was released, it is still a good reminder of what can happen to you if you are unaware. We are talking about technology, and how some can easily abuse and exploit it to harm you. Back in 2010, the United States' Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) arrested a 31-year old man in a case of "sextortion".
According to The Online Citizen (TOC), Amos Yee’s mother did not file a police report to have her son arrested, contrary to a report in the Straits Times (ST) which suggested that she did. Mrs Mary also did not have her son declared to be beyond her control, as the Straits Times suggests; she merely said that she was unable to get through to him on some issues (and she also said that he behaved normally in other areas).
The SDP was out over the weekend bringing lunch to lower-income residents at the Marsiling estate and listening to them as they related to us their concerns. Following lunch, members and volunteers fanned out across the neighbourhood and visited the various blocks in our on-going effort to meet with residents in the wards we intend to contest in the next GE.
From grumpy old misers to the wolves of Wall Street, Hollywood has always had plenty to say about the corrupting influence of wealth. But how accurate are the silver screen stereotypes - does money make you mean? The road along the seafront in Los Angeles is lined with palm trees - skateboarders and dog-walkers stroll along, heading for the beach.