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    •  

      typo in the poster

      dates as below:

      27 April (Priority Sales), 28 – 30 April (11am – 9pm), 1 May (11am – 5pm)

      Edited by FireIce 26 Apr `17, 6:49PM
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    • Watsons will be having a 2 days only sale at Watsons HQ from 26 – 27 Apr 2017

      Enjoy discounts of up to 70% OFF

      Here are the details:

      • Venue: Watsons HQ #10-00 Fuji Xerox Towers
      • Date: 26 April (Wed) & 27 April (Thurs) 2017
      • Time: 10am – 6pm
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    • downloaded ofo app

      may try it someday if weather is fine

       

       

      >hope i rber how to cycle<

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    • Police NSmen to form new public order troop by September 2018

      A new Police National Servicemen (PNSmen) Public Order (PO) Troop is set to be formed by September 2018, with full implementation by 2023, as part of the Government’s efforts in ramping up efforts to boost security.

      Formed by operationally ready servicemen (NSmen) who have completed their full-time national service in the Police Special Operations Command (SOC), the troop will be tapped upon for their public order skills, perform anti-crime patrols, and also be recalled for planned major events and emergencies.

      The troopers, equipped with a set of personal protective equipment – which comprises a helmet, arm and shin protectors, fire retardant attire, gloves, boots and tactical shield – will be trained to deal with situations of violent rioters safely and effectively.

      They will also be armed with firearms and less lethal weapons so they have various force options to handle situations when public order is disrupted. 

      Details about the troop, which was announced by Minister for Home Affairs and Law K Shanmugam during the recent Police Workplan Seminar, were revealed at a briefing at the Home Team Tactical Centre on Wednesday (April 26). 

      During their time as full-time police national service men (PNSF), as part of their service under the SOC, they will undergo a specialised course to learn public order and basic combat skills. 

      They will be then deployed along with their regular counterparts for operations after completing the course, and have similar PO capabilities as their regular counterparts except for some specialised tactics.

       

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    • Train services on the entire Downtown Line (DTL) will start later on Sundays from May 14 for three-and-a-half months as the Land Transport Authority (LTA) and train operator SBS Transit (SBST) commence testing in preparation for the year-end opening of Downtown Line 3.

      To facilitate the testing of the entire DTL as an integrated line, the first trains departing from Bukit Panjang (towards Expo) and Chinatown (towards Bukit Panjang) will leave at 7.31am, instead of 5.50am and 6.28am respectively every Sunday, from May 14 to Aug 27. This will exclude June 25, the Hari Raya Puasa Sunday.

      Shuttle buses will be provided between 5.50am and 7.30am. They will run parallel to the DTL1 and DTL2, stopping at each of the 18 stations of these two lines.

      Explaining the delayed train start times at a media briefing on Wednesday (April 26), the LTA and SBST said that an additional two hours are needed for the test runs as a round-trip loop between Bukit Panjang and Expo will take about two and a half hours. 

      More time is also needed for preparatory works before the tests start, and to ready the systems for start of passenger service.

      Mr Ngien Hoon Ping, chief executive officer of LTA, said: "We are making good progress on the DTL3 and are on track to open 16 new stations by the end of the year.

      "Before this, we need to carry out comprehensive systems testing and run trains along the entire DTL from Bukit Panjang to Expo. It is therefore necessary that we extend our limited engineering hours once a week to allow our engineers to test the system in an integrated manner."

       

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    • Unlock your treat with just 2 rides!

      From 26 Apr to 2 May '17, simply take 2 non-promotional JustGrab rides to unlock $5 off your next 7 rides*. All 9 rides must be paid via GrabPay (credit/debit card) only.

      Here's how it works:
      1st and 2nd Ride: Non-promotional JustGrab ride
      3rd to 9th Ride: $5 off each JustGrab ride


      This promotion will end on 2 May '17 (23:59hrs). Remember to take all 9 rides by 2 May '17 to fully maximise this promotion. No promo code required.

      Grab Away!

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    • 4 arrested in Tiong Bahru FC scandal; including chairman Bill Ng and ex-FAS chief Zainudin Nordin

       

      Hougang United chairman Bill Ng and his wife Bonnie Wong, Football Association of Singapore (FAS) general secretary Winston Lee, and ex-FAS president Zainudin Nordin were arrested by the police, and are currently out on police bail, TODAY understands.  

      The quartet are assisting the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) with the probe into the suspected misuse of funds at the Tiong Bahru Football Club (TBFC), which Ng owns, and an attempt by a senior club official to obstruct the completion of audits of the S.League’s sit-out clubs.

      Ng’s lawyer, Shashi Nathan of Withers KhattarWong confirmed last Friday (April 21) that the 57-year-old businessman is assisting the police with their inquiries. The Straits Times reported on Tuesday said the bail for Ng had been set at S$100,000.

      TODAY understands, however, that the four individuals – Ng, Lee, Zainudin and Wong – have not been charged by the police.

      Lawyers and legal experts that TODAY spoke to confirmed that people have to be arrested first to be offered police bail. The bail is to ensure they will return for further investigations.

      The State Courts of Singapore also states on its website: “An accused may be offered police bail after his arrest and before he is charged in Court.”

      The ongoing drama that rocked the local sports fraternity began almost two weeks ago, when Ng revealed at a press conference for Team Game Changers – the team led by Ng for the inaugural FAS elections – that he had donated S$500,000 to the FAS.

      The money was made out to the Asean Football Federation’s (AFF) Football Management System via the FAS.

      That then escalated into a public spat between Ng and Lee, with the former insisting that it was Lee and not Zainudin who had requested for the donation. Lee then produced documents proving that it was Ng and Zainudin who had corresponded over the donation.

      A police report lodged by Sport Singapore (SportSG) subsequently saw a raid on the FAS headquarters at Jalan Besar Stadium, and three football clubs linked to Ng: Hougang United, TBFC, and Woodlands Wellington.

      Ng, Wong, Lee and Zainudin were subsequently questioned by the CAD, and all four are currently out on bail.

      Even as the saga continues to develop, the FAS remains on course for a landmark election on April 29 which will see 44 affiliates coming together to vote for the sport’s leaders.

      Led by Ng, Team Game Changers are up against Team LKT helmed by former FAS vice-president Lim Kia Tong, in the fight for the mandate to lead the sport for the next four years.

       

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    • ...;t worry if those prices seem steep, there are also a whole bevy of discounts that different cinemas offer. They do change from time to time, but don’t worry, we’ve got the latest discounts as of 21 April right here. You ...

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