It wasn’t a humiliation. That’s all David Moyes can cling to as he faces up to the grim reality that Manchester United’s season has ended before Easter after their Champions League exit at the hands of Bayern Munich.
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He’s battled the same opponent twice in the high jump over the last two years, and on both occasions he has had to settle for second place.
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On the pitch, Geylang International seem like they are on the road to recovery, with both their S.League and Prime League (Under-21) sides having stemmed the run of early-season losses.
But off-the-field issues continue to trouble the Bedok-based outfit.
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With one leaping effort last year, she broke seven records, including the national mark, when she recorded 11.79m in the triple jump at the 2013 National Inter-School Track & Field Championships.
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Mr Andy Ng, 34, a car dealer, was partially blinded for half-a-day after leaving the ultraviolet (UV) sterilisation lamp inside his fish pond on while he was cleaning it for the first time.
When Mr Ken Ng was a student, The Ultimate Warrior, a well-known wrestler, kept him going through tough times in university.
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He gets to eat ice cream only about once a year and had never tasted Ben & Jerry’s ice cream before.
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He was at the void deck of Block 208 in Ang Mo Kio when he heard a bang and screeching sound at 9.45am yesterday.
Undercover reporters Willem Feenstra and Menno van Dongen from Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant were in Singapore to meet up with a Singaporean kelong boss.
FIRED: Madam Marvi Cabauatan (in bed) and her sister, Miss Erlinda Salvador.
Without warning, she was suddenly told to pack her things and that she was being sent back to the Philippines.
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Defence lawyers and the prosecution team in the City Harvest leaders' trial wrapped up their submissions on Wednesday.
On May 5, Chief District Judge See Kee Oon will decide if the defence has a case to answer.
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Robert Hughes (above) led a nondescript life in Singapore in 2010 as a voice talent.
But all that unravelled that year when allegations of him being a paedophile emerged in Australian media.
They had been drinking hard liquor for five hours at a Korean bar in Tanjong Pagar when he became rowdy and disturbed the other customers.
When the restaurant manager told him to behave, he did not comply and even did something shocking.
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