When The New Paper published a report headlined “It’s all about the workers” on May 2 featuring three workers from three separate May Day events, online sites started circulating it with the headline “S’pore workers on why they took part in protest”.
After a 12-day trial, both the defence and the prosecution made their final submissions yesterday in the sex-for-contracts case involving former Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) commissioner Peter Benedict Lim Sin Pang.
The tuition centre's founder is described on its website as having an MBBS in (child psychology) from the National University of Singapore (NUS). The centre also boasts a teacher who is stated on its website as having an "MBBS" in mathematics.
The inaugural Road Safety Month, a collaboration between the Singapore Road Safety Council, Traffic Police, other government agencies and the Automobile Association of Singapore, was launched yesterday.
A forensic psychiatric evaluation revealed that law professor Tey Tsun Hang, 42, could have been feigning his mental condition, Deputy Public Prosecutor Andre Jumabhoy said during the sex-for-grades trial yesterday.