Walker denies X-rated video claims

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Ferguson wants his trophy record broken

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Everton score biggest win over United in 23 years

Everton play a superb counter-attacking game to defeat the unsuspecting Red Devils

OPENING THE FLOODGATES: James McCarthy (No. 16) scoring the first goal for Everton.

No one saw this coming.

Manchester United were caught with their pants down.

They went to Goodison Park expecting a good performance to banish the disappointment of last week's defeat by Chelsea.

They expected tough resistance from Everton yesterday, but not a sound beating.

The 3-0 loss - their heaviest of the season - must have stung.

Considering their excellent form since the midle of last month, this result came out of the blue.

They were robbed in broad daylight by men in balaclavas.

Goals by James McCarthy, John Stones and Kevin Mirallas gave the Toffees their biggest win over United in 23 years.

Read the full report in our print edition on April 27.

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McCarthy: We want to finish season on a high

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Herng Hwee stars in qualifiers

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Blues party on hold

Draw puts title champagne on ice for another week at least

SHARED POINTS: Nemanja Matic and Santi Cazorla (in red) battle for the ball in a game which Chelsea are happy to draw.
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City's fighting spirit is back

COOL FINISH: Fernandinho (facing camera) scores City's winner by controlling the ball on his chest and tapping home from close range.
"It was onside. It’s a penalty and a sending-off." - Villa manager Tim Sherwood, on Christian Benteke (above, in white) being denied a penalty after being brought down by Man City goalkeeper Joe Hart
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Of hawker centres and hospitals

History buff, 62, recalls the good old days.

STREET HAWKER: A typical street stall (above) selling bak kut teh. Diners sit on wooden stools around the hawker, who would take their orders and serve the dish hot from the pot.
NURSES: Nurses examining a patient at a hospital.
KAMPUNG: Children standing in front of raised attap houses. The house in the middle has a thatched roof while the other houses have zinc roofs.
WOMEN: Seamstresses at work at a factory.
CHILDREN: Preschoolers of a creche washing their hands.
FISHERMAN: A fisherman (above) at work on the Kallang River. In the background are new HDB flats, a contrast to the squatter huts along the river bank.
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The Citizen Archivist Project

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Their fans GOT lucky

Some picked to go on stage with K-pop group GOT7 at its first fan meet here

SUPER SEVEN: GOT7 at the press conference at Kallang Theatre on Saturday: (from left to right) Bambam, Mark, Jr, JB, Jackson, Youngjae and Yugyeom.
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