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Teacher who dragged boy gets 60 hours of community service

Still traumatised after his teacher forcibly dragged him out of the classroom last year.

A boy who has autistic spectrum disorder now also gets nightmares almost every other night after his science teacher forcefully pulled him out of the classroom last year.

His father said the boy, who was late for school on the day of the incident because he was unwell, is still traumatised.

The teacher, 36, was sentenced to 60 hours of community service in court yesterday after pleading guilty to one count of using criminal force on the boy who was then 11.

Read the full report in our print edition on Nov 21.

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Actress Felicia Chin says she's in no hurry to get married

SERIOUS: In her new period drama, Felicia Chin sports a demure girl-next-door look for her role as a teacher who leads her students in political protests.
SERIOUS: In her new period drama, Felicia Chin sports a demure girl-next-door look for her role as a teacher (above) who leads her students in political protests.

Many of her friends are tying the knot, but local actress Felicia Chin is not exactly looking to race down the aisle soon.

It doesn't mean that the 30-year-old bachelorette has stopped thinking about getting hitched.

She said: "Love is always on my agenda. It is something that I feel gives me very good energy.

"If you are fortunate enough, you'll definitely find another half in your life. But if it's not the time yet, you just enjoy and love as you go along. I don't restrict myself to a certain timeline to get married."

The pretty actress was speaking to The New Paper at the press conference of her upcoming blockbuster TV drama The Journey: Tumultuous Times.

The show, which also stars Li Nanxing, Jeanette Aw, Desmond Tan, Romeo Tan, Shaun Chen and more, premieres on Channel 8 on Nov 24 at 9pm.

Read the full report in our print edition on Nov 21.

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Bukit Timah accident: Taxi crashes into bus stop outside schools

A taxi slammed into a bus stop yesterday at 6.40am outside Nanyang Girls' High School and National Junior College at Dunearn Road.

Mr Lee, a security guard at National Junior College, told Shin Min Daily News that he heard a piercing noise.

He turned and saw that a taxi had swerved from the second lane of the road and crashed into the bus stop.

The taxi driver, Mr Huang, 34, said he was on the way to pick up a customer when his vision suddenly went black for a second or two.

A Singapore Civil Defence Force spokesman said they sent a man to Tan Tock Seng Hospital for treatment. Investigations are ongoing.

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