No telly for my baby

HK small screen's top leading man Moses Chan says watching TV bad for son's eyes

BUN IN OVEN: (Above) Moses Chan and wife Aimee are expecting a sibling for their son Aiden.
BUN IN OVEN: Moses Chan and wife Aimee are expecting a sibling for their son Aiden (above with Aimee).
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RECENT CYBER BREACHES

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Heck, I'm hacked?

Security experts say Singapore companies are vulnerable to cyber attacks

DEMO: Staff from IT-DNS, a local firm dealing with cellular networking hardware, demonstrating how a surveillance system works.
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ABOUT THE CASE

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Prosecutor on CHC not recording vital meeting details: 'Incredible' there were no minutes

IN HOT SEAT: City Harvest Church finance manager Sharon Tan was grilled by the prosecution about meeting minutes.
Kong Hee
Chew Eng Han
John Lam
Tan Ye Peng
Serina Wee
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Heavy betting on big win

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Governing bodies aware of allegations

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Asian Games football hit by match fixing?

GOAL: Screengrab of the telecast of the Malaysia-Laos match in Incheon.

Has the kelong scourge tainted the integrity of the Under-23 football tournament in the 17th Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea?

Sportradar, a sports betting analysis company, said betting patterns in some matches indicated that they might have been compromised.

Mr Andreas Krannich, Sportradar's managing director of strategy and integrity, said the betting odds movements and the scoring of late goals in some matches were suspicious.

World football governing body Fifa and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) have been alerted to these unusual betting patterns through their fraud detection early warning system.

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