Double marque trouble

Twin brothers' matching classic cars have mirrors vandalised

BLEMISHED: (Above) Mr Christopher Tse's 1974 Toyota Celica, from which someone tried to remove the mirrors.
BLEMISHED: Mr Christopher Tse's 1974 Toyota Celica, from which someone tried to remove the mirrors (above).
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Wesley Wong: I'm not afraid of the training

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'It's all in the mind'

OH BOY, AGAIN? Director Jack Neo and his cast.
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Foetus found inside mum after 36 years

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Swedish chef now a beggar in Bangkok

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Missing couple expecting baby

Hiroshima mudslide disaster toll hits 63

SEARCH CONTINUES: A rescue worker at the site of a landslide in search of missing people after the disaster at a residential area in Hiroshima.
MISSING: Ms Minami Yuasa and her husband Yasuhiro lived in an apartment block that was swept away six days ago.
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All aboard the ACExpresS

BUZZING WITH EXCITEMENT: Five MRT trains transported the students directly to Stadium station.
GREAT BONDING ACTIVITY: The students were decked out in their yellow school T-shirts.
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Stadium sand is fine, but could SMRT face fine?

KEEPING THE PRESSURE: The pitch saw many tackles and sidestepped sprints.
KEEPING THE PRESSURE: A St Andrew's Secondary School student consoling his teammate over the loss against Anglo Chinese School (Independent).
TOUGHENS YOU UP: Vice-president of the Singapore Rugby Union, Mr Jonathan Leow, said he was not aware of any ankle injuries yesterday.
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ABOUT THE CASE

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She was being 'ultraconservative'

CO-ACCUSED: Kong Hee (above) and former finance manager Serina Wee.
CO-ACCUSED: Kong Hee and former finance manager Serina Wee (above).
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