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This glow-in-the-dark path in Singapore is a rather bright idea!

If you have always been in awe of those gorgeous, luminous pathways in countries like Netherlands and Poland, well, guess what, we now have our own glow-in-the-dark path right here in Singapore! As part of an initiative by The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), a small 100 m section of the Rail Corridor between Upper Bukit Timah and Choa Chu Kang Road in …

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Teen accuses father of raping and sodomising her for 2 years

Police have arrested a man whom they believe has been raping and sodomising his own teenage daughter over the past two years. The 15-year-old had earlier told her mother that she has been a victim of her father’s $exual urges for the past two years. Shocked by her daughter’s revelations, the mother lodged a report at the Sungai Way police …

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend is pregnant with his fourth child!

Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo – who is currently in Singapore on a whirlwind one-day visit – has confirmed that his girlfriend, Georgina Rodriguez, is pregnant with his fourth child! The footballer told Spanish newspaper El Mundo that he is “very happy” to have another baby on the way. Ronaldo recently welcomed his twin babies – Eva Maria and Mateo …

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Get your kids learning STEM from an early age with these easy tips!

The first few years of your baby’s life are a whirlwind of feedings, a lack of sleep and a steep learning curve. As they reach their toddler years, you’re most likely just relieved that they are generally sleeping through the night, using the toilet on their own and at least able to eat on their own (even if they are …

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17 Winners Of The Greatest Photoshop Battles Ever

Photoshop creators turn in their graves knowing that the software no longer serves its initial purpose – to make celebs look flawless and to replace diet and exercise as the most efficient weight trimmer. Instead, the art of photo editing has fallen in the hands of a strange breed of warriors. The fight is over who can take a normal …

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After attacks by lee siblings, a pap split is on the cards

After the ferocious attacks launched by Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling, the political strength of PM Lee Hsien Loong has been severely affected. In order to shore up his political support, he has asked various cabinet ministers to stand up and speak for him publicly. They include the two DPMs, Teo Chee Hean and Tharman. Minister Shanmugam had …

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Malaysia’s road death rate third highest in the world

MALAYSIA has the third highest road death rate in the world, a Bloomberg report says. The country registered a death rate of 23% per 100,000 population, according to World Health Organisation 2013 data, the report said. Thailand has the worst record with a death rate of 36.2% followed by South Africa with 25% per 100,000 population. Apart from Thailand, Malaysia also has …

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Minister wants killer bullies to be tried as adults

Datuk Seri Rohani Abdul Karim today pleaded with authorities not to give any dispensation to the five teens who allegedly bullied T. Nhaveen to death. She said the group aged between 16 and 18 years’ old must be prosecuted as adults rather than young offenders, which would prevent them from facing the mandatory death penalty for murder. “I urge for …

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