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Property prices CRASHES ..........you wait long long...... Property prices CRASHES ..........you wait long long......

An upcoming private residential project, J Gateway at Jurong East, looks set to shatter price records for suburban homes.:D:D:D
Those who expect to see a crash in prices can wait long long....... Singapore is filled with cheap money from QE 3+++
SINGAPORE: An upcoming private residential project, J Gateway at Jurong East, looks set to shatter price records for suburban homes.
According to property agents, the selling price for units ranges between S$1,400 and S$1,650 per square foot.
J Gateway is tipped to be the "hottest project launch" by property agents, but units will not come cheap.
According to a marketing mailer from agents, a one-bedroom unit is priced at S$1,650 per square foot. Larger three- and four-bedroom suites cost about S$1,450 psf.
Analysts said it works out to an average

2013-06-12 19:22:54
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Twin-brother pimps from India jailed for 3 1/2 months Twin-brother pimps from India jailed for 3 1/2 months

Published on Jun 12, 2013
Raman (left) and Lakashmanan Selvaraj were managing six prostitutes for a vice syndicate before they were arrested in December last year. - ST PHOTO: WONG KWAI CHOW
By Khushwant Singh
TWIN brothers who came from India to work as pimps for a vice syndicate in Geylang looked on in shock as they were each jailed for 3 1/2 months yesterday.
Raman and Lakashmanan Selvaraj, 26, had been hoping for a fine after they pleaded guilty on June 3 to managing a brothel and helping their accomplices live on the earnings of prostitution.
Lakashmanan arrived here last October and was met by Balamurugan Selvam Paneer, 32, who ran a vice business here which exploited women from India.
Lakashmanan was soon buying meals for the prostitutes and collecting their earnings. These were han

2013-06-12 17:21:00
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Zoe Tay and Chen hanwei say new generation actors no manners

本地阿哥陈汉玮、阿姐郑惠玉斥年轻艺人见资深前辈不打招呼,没礼貌、欠缺教养!
“阿哥”陈汉玮与阿姐郑惠玉昨天出席新剧记者会,谈到娱乐圈的前辈与后辈艺人时,就感 叹一些年轻艺人漠视前 辈存在,非常不懂得尊重他人!
阿姐郑惠玉甚至叹说,对资深前辈有欠尊重的,不只是年轻艺人,连一些工作人员也这样!
陈汉玮昨天在谈娱乐圈拍戏感受时,特别谈及“尊重”二字,他说:“自从黄文永去世后, 我发现很多艺人都懂得 尊重老演员,但也有一些艺人不懂得尊重别人。”
要儿读《弟子规》,郑惠玉:教养很重要。完整报道,请翻阅12.06.2013的《联 合晚报》 。

2013-06-12 17:11:36
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Ex-Navy man is new NEA CEO

JOINT NEWS RELEASE BETWEEN NEA AND MEWR
Singapore, 5 June 2013 -
Mr Ronnie Tay will be appointed as Chief Executive Officer (CEO)-designate of the National Environment Agency (NEA) with effect from 10 June 2013 and as CEO effective 1 July 2013. He will take over from Mr Andrew Tan Kok Kiong, who will be leaving to attend an Advanced Management Programme prior to his next posting.
Mr Andrew Tan
Mr Andrew Tan, 46, has been Chief Executive Officer of the National Environment Agency since January 2009. Under his leadership, NEA made significant progress in reviewing key policies, building new capabilities and rolling out new programmes to ensure that Singapore's environment remains clean, green and liveable, as well as transforming itself to be more responsive and resourceful in tackling both

2013-06-12 17:08:18
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Serial supermarket thief arrested Serial supermarket thief arrested

AsiaOne
Wednesday, Jun 12, 2013
SINGAPORE - Police have arrested a 26-year-old woman who is suspected to have committed a series of thefts in a shopping centre in Ang Mo Kio.
In a statement to the media, the police said since June 1, 2013, they have received several reports of bags being stolen from trolleys while shoppers were browsing in a supermarket located within the mall.
The victims did not notice that their bags were gone until they were making payment at the cashier counter.
Together with security officers of the shopping centre and the supermarket, police officers conducted investigations to establish the identity of the suspect.
On June 10, officers spotted the suspect entering the shopping centre and caught her red-handed while she was trying to steal a shopper's bag which was

2013-06-12 16:53:46
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Housebreaker nabbed by owner and passing jogger Housebreaker nabbed by owner and passing jogger

AsiaOne
Wednesday, Jun 12, 2013
SINGAPORE - A 32-year-old man was nabbed by house owner and with the help of passer-by after he broke into a private property on West Coast Road on June 11.
The police said in a statement to the media that the house owner was standing near the car porch when he saw an unknown man jumping down from the parapet of his house at about 10.30pm on Tuesday.
The owner shouted and chased after the suspect who fled towards the main road. His shouts for help attracted the attention of a man who was jogging nearby. The public-spirited jogger immediately went forward and assisted the house owner to detain the suspect.
Officers arrived at scene shortly after and placed the suspect under arrest. An iron tool was found in his possession and seized.
Preliminary investigation

2013-06-12 16:51:44
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Infraction for enterprise2: Spam/repeated posts/unauthorised ads.

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Economy spluttering again. Without construction, sure mati!
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SINGAPORE: Private sector economists expect the Singapore economy to grow by 2.3 per cent this year - down from their previous estimate of 2.8 per cent in March.
The downgrade comes after the Singapore economy grew just 0.2 per cent in the first quarter.
In a quarterly survey conducted by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, private sector forecasters expect a 1.5 per cent growth for the Singapore economy in the second quarter of 2013 - a downgrade from an earlier estimate of 2.0 per cent growth.
Inflation is forecast to ease to 2.8 per cent in 2013, one percentage point lower than the 3.

2013-06-12 16:09:20
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Why is Pinky still keeping these two incompetent and overpaid ministars?

The first incompetent is: Vivian B.
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Dengue cases expected to surpass 1,000 a week
Epidemic worrying as Singapore just entering season for disease: Vivian
By Salma Khalik Senior Health Correspondent, The Straits Times, 12 June 2013, Front page
THE number of dengue infections is rising at a faster rate and is expected to top 1,000 infections a week - possibly as soon as this week.
Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Vivian Balakrishnan said this is worrying because Singapore is just entering the dengue season, which usually runs from June to August.
So far this year, 9,544 people have fallen ill and two men have died from the disease.
Concerned over the way things are shaping up, Dr Balakrishnan and Dr Amy Khor, Minister of State for Health, he

2013-06-12 16:02:49
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Bull Run Must Sell & Not Buy! Hurry!! Bull Run Must Sell & Not Buy! Hurry!!

20% surge in rice dumpling sales during Dragon Boat Festival
By Alvina Soh and Zhao Quan Yin
POSTED: 12 Jun 2013 9:34 PM
Rice dumplings on sale at a stall in Singapore.
SINGAPORE: Wednesday is the annual Dragon Boat Festival and part of the celebrations includes eating rice dumplings.
Dumpling shop owners have much to celebrate too, as some said rice dumpling sales have increased up to 20 per cent, compared to previous years.
Shop owners said they saw a spike in dumpling orders this year, especially in the days leading up to the traditional Chinese festival.
Some were even able to sell as many as 3,000 dumplings within the past five days.
They said this was due to mass orders from hotels and more orders from foreigners.
Some businesses also said they had to raise dumpling prices slightly,

2013-06-12 15:43:54
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World's oldest person died at age 116 World's oldest person died at age 116

The world's oldest person and the oldest man ever to have lived has died of natural causes aged 116 years, media reported on Wednesday.
The world's oldest person Jiroemon Kimura celebrated his 116th birthday at his residence in Kyotango city, Kyoto, western Japan. (AFP/Kyotango Government)
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KYOTO: The world's oldest person and the oldest man ever to have lived has died of natural causes aged 116 years, media reported on Wednesday.
Japan's Jiroemon Kimura, who was born in 1897, died in hospital early Wednesday morning, Kyodo News cited the local government as saying.
Kimura, from Kyotango in Kyoto Prefecture, was recognised by Guinness World Records as the world's oldest living person in December 2012 when a woman from the United States died at the age of 115.
On the 28th day

2013-06-12 03:03:51
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Good News To Share With Everyone

Somebody complained about the influx of negative and anti government news so I guess I will share some good news to brighten everyone's day.
Passed by my neighbour house last evening and had a brief chat with him. Apparently, he had rented out his flat, use the money and rent a small room elsewhere.
Rent out whole house $2500. Rent a room elsewhere $500. Net profit $2000. The Singapore entrepreneurship spirit lives on :rolleyes:
My new neighbour will be a PRC divorced new citizen with 2 kids. It is getting so convenient now. Thank you PAP for bringing the farm to my door step. Now I do not have to venture all the way to Geylang just to drink my favourite PRC milk.
As a good citizen, I will heed the government's advice to integrate with my new neighbour. As for how to integrate.... :D :o

2013-06-12 02:50:06
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Microsoft urges government transparency on security requests Microsoft urges government transparency on security requests

Reuters June 12, 2013, 6:40 am
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp on Tuesday urged the U.S. government for greater transparency on requests for data from security agencies.
It follows a demand from Google Inc earlier on Tuesday for permission to publish the total number of government requests for national security information.
"Permitting greater transparency on the aggregate volume and scope of national security requests, including FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) orders, would help the community understand and debate these important issues," Microsoft said in an emailed statement.
"Our recent report went as far as we legally could and the government should take action to allow companies to provide additional transparency".
Both Microsoft and Google, along with other Internet

2013-06-11 23:23:25
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Keyboard snooze leads to huge bank error Keyboard snooze leads to huge bank error

Careless Hans! How German bank clerk nodded off at keyboard, and turned €64 payment into €22,222,222.22
Miranda Bryant
11 June 2013
A bank clerk who nodded off at his keyboard during a transaction nearly made a client tens of millions of pounds richer.
The clerk was making a payment of 64.20 euros (£54.60) but as he fell asleep he left his finger on the number two key, accidentally putting through a payment of 22,222,222.22 euros (£189,682,360).
The payment almost went through when the supervisor who was supposed to be looking out for such mistakes allegedly failed to notice and approved the transaction.
Luckily for the bank — and the clerk — the mistake was spotted by another colleague who managed to correct it before it was too late.
The bank accused the clerk’s supervisor of not verifyi

2013-06-11 23:20:47
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Libyan army chief urges rebels to join the army Libyan army chief urges rebels to join the army

A rebel from Misrata flashes a sign to another as they stand guard at Bir Doufan checkpoint, about 70 km (43 miles) from Bani Walid July 12, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Youssef Boudlal
BENGHAZI | Tue Jun 11, 2013 2:15pm EDT
(Reuters) - The new head of Libya's military on Tuesday called on armed groups to put themselves under the command of the national army, after clashes in which 31 people were killed, adding that patience was running out with the independent militias.
Fighting broke out on Saturday at the headquarters of the Libya Shield militia in the eastern city of Benghazi when the group's gunmen clashed with protesters demanded the disbanding of militias, and with troops. Several soldiers and protesters were among the dead.
"We welcome any force want to join the army and we are ready to p

2013-06-11 21:09:53
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Watch BBC's "Impact" programme tomorrow: A report on Sinkieland's tax haven

According to Mishal Hussein, the BBC presenter of tonight's "Impact" programme, there will be a special report tomorrow on Sinkieland's reputation as a tax haven.
Date of telecast: 11 June 2013
Time: 2000 hours (Sinkie Time)
Name of programme: Impact
By: BBC World News

2013-06-10 15:59:12
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So pathetic: NSman can't afford chicken rice - why LEEgime so like that??

A hawker's big(-hearted) portions for NSmen
He gives extra rice, eggs and chicken free as a form of thanks for their service
By Charissa Yon
CHICKEN rice without chicken, please.
The strange request was made to hawker Tan Bee Seng by a boy sporting the typical crew cut of new army recruits.
"The boy said, 'Uncle, I want one plate of white rice only.' When I asked him why he didn't want chicken, he said he didn't have enough money," said Mr Tan, recounting the incident from several years ago.
"So I gave him a plate of chicken rice and told him, never mind, come back another day if you have the money."Mr Tan has been running a chicken rice stall in Bedok Food Centre for the past seven years.
For as long as he can remember, he has been giving army recruits extra portions of rice, chicken and

2013-06-10 13:08:03
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Iran ups cyber attacks on Israeli computers: Netanyahu Iran ups cyber attacks on Israeli computers: Netanyahu

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem June 9, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Abir Sultan/Pool
TEL AVIV | Sun Jun 9, 2013 10:49am EDT
(Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran and its Palestinian and Lebanese allies on Sunday of carrying out "non-stop" cyber attacks on major computer systems in his country.
He gave no details on the number of attacks but said "vital national systems" had been targeted. Water, power and banking sites were also under threat, he added.
"In the past few months, we have identified a significant increase in the scope of cyber attacks on Israel by Iran. These attacks are carried out directly by Iran and through its proxies, Hamas and Hezbollah," he told a conference on cyber warfare in his countr

2013-06-10 11:48:20
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MediaCorp to show FIFA Confederations Cup 2013 matches live MediaCorp to show FIFA Confederations Cup 2013 matches live

MediaCorp said it has acquired exclusive rights to broadcast all matches of the FIFA Confederations Cup 2013.
The FIFA Confederations Cup trophy is displayed at an exhibition center in Sao Paulo, Brazil on May 8, 2013. The FIFA Confederations Cup will take place next June 15-30 in Brazil. (AFP/Nelson ALMEIDA)
SINGAPORE: MediaCorp said it has acquired exclusive rights to broadcast all matches of the FIFA Confederations Cup 2013.
For the first time, it will offer all 16 matches live on Channel 5, HD5 and Channel 8, as well as encore telecasts on HD5 and Channel 5.
Online viewers can watch the matches live or on catch-up via Toggle, which is free for registered members.
The FIFA Confederations Cup has been described as one of the most important men's football competitions in the world, afte

2013-06-10 11:09:23
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Saudi prince sues Forbes for saying he's not rich enough! Saudi prince sues Forbes for saying he's not rich enough!

Saudi prince sues Forbes after it says he's only worth $20 billion: report
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LONDON (Reuters) - Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has sued Forbes magazine for libel in a British court, alleging its valuation of his wealth at $20 billion was short of the mark by $9.6 billion, Britain's Guardian newspaper reported on Friday.
The prince, a grandson of Saudi Arabia's founder and nephew of King Abdullah, had attacked the U.S. magazine's ranking of world billionaires as flawed and biased against Middle Eastern businesses after he was ranked number 26 in this year's list.
An official at the High Court in London confirmed that Pri

2013-06-10 10:28:47
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Laotian in million-dollar casino cheating case applies to travel overseas Laotian in million-dollar casino cheating case applies to travel overseas

By Claire Huang
POSTED: 10 Jun 2013 1:12 PM
SINGAPORE: A Laotian businessman accused of cheating the Marina Bay Sands casino of almost S$1.2 million is asking for permission to travel overseas.
Sengmanivong Soum, 50, asked the court through his lawyer, Shashi Nathan, for permission to travel overseas to settle personal matters.
The court will make a decision on 13 June.
The Laotian is currently out on a S$1 million bail.
He is one of 14 individuals said to have colluded to win cash chips worth S$1.2 million while playing baccarat at the casino on May 7 between 2.50am and 6am.
The group consisted of another 13 Thai nationals.
The cases of two Thai nationals were also mentioned on Monday.
They are expected back in court on 9 July.
- CNA/jc

2013-06-10 10:02:09
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