Tweet One of the reasons to always follow the ruleā€¦. SINGAPORE – A self-employed woman has been fined S$500 for failing to inform the authorities about a change in her home address within the given time limit of 28 days. Ooi Siew Lang, 48, could have been jailed up to five years and fined a […]

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Tweet SINGAPORE – A Filipino service engineer was sentenced yesterday to 18 months’ jail for being part of a conspiracy to cheat Standard Chartered Bank of S$317,100. Mark Robert Fajilan Landicho (picture), 28, had worked with a syndicate that illegally helped foreigners obtain unsecured credit facilities from the bank even though they were not eligible. […]

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Tweet According to a recent article in CNNGo regarding Asia’s pornography laws, viewing and downloading pornography online in Singapore would not appear to be a punishable offense. From Singapore’s Media Development Authority’s (MDA) website: "The MDA does not monitor or track users’ access to any sites on the Internet and does not interfere with what […]

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