CITY HARVEST CHURCH LEADERS’ TRIAL

'We work like a family in our church'

Finance manager says she was given continual advice and guidance during the course of her work

TAKING THE STAND: Sharon Tan.
CO-ACCUSED: Serina Wee (above) and Chew Eng Han.
CO-ACCUSED: Serina Wee and Chew Eng Han (above).
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About the case

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Free hearing test

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Tuned to the sound of music

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Man hit by bus on way to mosque

ACCIDENT: The unidentified driver of the bus (above) that is believed to have hit a man in his 30s yesterday.
ACCIDENT: The unidentified driver (above) of the bus that is believed to have hit a man in his 30s yesterday.
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It's one-off incident, says MBS

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Trespasser brought bag of sex toys to MBS with intention to rape

MENTALLY ILL: Zainal Ariffin Selamat (above) was sentenced to a two-year mandatory treatment order for his attack on the woman at Marina Bay Sands hotel.
MENTALLY ILL: Zainal Ariffin Selamat was sentenced to a two-year mandatory treatment order for his attack on the woman at Marina Bay Sands hotel (above).

It was meant to be a romantic Christmas break for a Singaporean woman and her boyfriend at Marina Bay Sands (MBS) hotel.

But romance turned to horror when a trespasser tailed her, barged into her room, pushed her towards the bed and tried to rape her.

The trespasser, former primary school teacher Zainal Ariffin Selamat, 38, was later found with a bag containing penis rings, condoms and a dildo.

Zainal Ariffin, who has schizophrenia and is jobless, was given a two-year mandatory treatment order (MTO) yesterday after pleading guilty to one count of house-trespass.

Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 13.

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MTOs are rare, say lawyers

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Changi Airport customers less satisfied

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Performers make splash at Parkway Parade

Performers from an award-winning US act combining speed painting, dance and music will be creating canvases of endangered animals at Parkway Parade every day till Sept 21.

The act by Splash! Animals is part of the mall's latest Fall campaign and they will perform daily at 3pm, 5pm and 7pm at the basement atrium.

Watch the video above of them speed painting an animal in an earlier show.

Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 13. Subscribe to The New Paper, now available in print and digital, at http://bit.ly/tnpeshop.

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