'Lim knows his football'

In an 
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how S'porean businessman wows club with passion & plans A new dawn 
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Colour Run returns bigger and in style

It's all fun & games as paint race comes back to S'pore

Sentosa was a riot of colours as The Color Run made its return to Singapore.

Compared to the blazing sunshine that greeted the event last year, an overcast sky and thunder heralded the event yesterday.

Not that it dampened the enthusiasm of the close to 9,000 runners taking part in the "happiest 5k on Sentosa Island".

Today another 9,000 Color Runners will get their chance to turn their white T-shirts a myriad of hues as they are pelted along the route with coloured powder.

At 4pm, the first wave was flagged off. At every 1km mark, runners were doused with coloured powder. Some runners even tried to gather powder from the floor to throw it at their friends.

Read the full report in our print edition on Aug 31.

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Confessions of a post-natal massage therapist

She has had a client perform a seductive striptease, complete with coquettish eyes and sultry looks, in front of her.

It was one of the strangest and most shocking things that has ever happened to Madam Marsita Mohamed Yunos, a post-natal massage therapist.

But not all her clients are so shocking, she quickly clarifies.

Madam Marsita often doubles up as a lactation consultant, advising new mothers on breast engorgement and massaging away the pain.

Sometimes, she even babysits when her client has no confinement nanny to look after the child during the massage session.

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Teen dies after electrocution in shower

Police investigating unnatural death

DEAD: Mr Anthony Ng reenacts how the family forced the door open only to find his grandson, 18-year-old Gregory (above), unconscious on the floor.
DEAD: (Above) Mr Anthony Ng reenacts how the family forced the door open only to find his grandson, 18-year-old Gregory, unconscious on the floor.
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Other paedophile cases

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Offender registry unlikely here

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He dates woman to rape her child

Last week, a man allegedly raped a four-year-old girl. While lawyers say that rape of children that young is rare, there was another case where a man was jailed for sexually assaulting a five-year-old earlier this month. JUDITH TAN (juditht@sph.com.sg ) speaks to psychiatrists who deal with these predators

They find ways to be around children and seek out types of occupation and volunteer positions that involve kids as much as possible.

Some will even get close to women who have children to gain access.

Yet, when it comes to seeking medical help for these sexual urges, most paedophiles do not come forward, afraid that people will judge them.

Is there any way to prevent them from reoffending?

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Teen to be charged in court for Hari Raya car rental scams

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Singapore's pioneering eye surgeon Arthur Lim dies

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