SINGAPORE – “Every night the civets play and fight in my ceiling… and they poop everywhere," said 83-year-old Mdm Tannie Tan, a resident of Jalan Chempaka Puteh, a neighbourhood in Bedok that has faced a civet issue for the last two years.
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High Court dismisses appeals by 2 doctors accused of targeting patient for sex, triples length of suspension
SINGAPORE — A surgeon and a psychiatrist accused of targeting a female patient so that one of the doctors could have sex with her have been dealt harsher penalties after the High Court on Friday (Dec 2) rejected their appeals for lighter sentences.
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With the country’s fourth generation leadership set to take over the running of Singapore, many youths say they want to see their political leaders being more willing to accept different points of views, based on the findings of the TODAY Youth Survey 2022. Meanwhile, a large majority of youths believe that meritocracy still works in Singapore and those who do well in life ought to give back to society by paying higher taxes. As Singapore undergoes a leadership transition, what are the youths’ expectations of their political leaders and what is the role that they themselves can play in shaping the kind of society they want? Panelists: Elizabeth Neo (Moderator), Ng Jun Sen (TODAY), Chirag Agarwal (Former public policy consultant), Alvin Tan (People’s Action Party) and Nathaniel Koh (Workers’ Party)