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The hottest articles that is gripping Singaporean’s attention online today!

It’s the end of another hectic week and today, we bring plenty of news about schools and TV to you. Netflix is taking over the world, one channel at a time and MOE is looking to crack down on schools providing free parking for their staff. There’s now a scholarship rolled out by MOH for students looking to join the nursing career and a school bus attendant was fined for hitting a school girl. Read all these and more, here!

Straits Times Should teachers continue to get free parking in schools? Education Ministry looking into matter
Ministry of Education (MOE) looking to crackdown on schools which gives free parking or below-market rate parking charges to it’s users. An AGO report stated that ‘such practices “are tantamount to providing hidden subsidies for vehicle parking”.’

vulcanpost Death To Spare Time – Netflix Lands In Singapore For Everyone At Only $10 per month
Netflix is now on the shores of Singapore. At only $10 for the basic package, almost everyone can enjoy the internet TV and movie streaming.


Straits Times Victoria’s Secret to open first South-east Asia flagship store in Orchard Road
Singapore is second only to Tokyo when it comes to retail, and many big brand names are opening their flagship stores here in Singapore. Be prepared for Victoria’s Secret full range of products and accessories, unlike the 9 outlets presently open in Singapore which sells beauty and accessories, along with a small range of female lingerie.

newpaper Teens admit to abandoning baby
They are both young and lost, and didn’t know what to do with the baby. In the end, they decided to abandon the baby outside his family’s door, and stayed around to see the baby get found. Five hours later, they returned to the flat and confessed. The girl has been charged in juvenile court and the man is awaiting trial on 4 February 2016.

Straits Times New scholarship for nursing to cover both diploma and degree courses
If you have a O-level score of L1R2B2 below 10 points, and you’ve applied for a nursing course at either of the Nanyang or Ngee Ann Polytechnic, then you might want to consider taking up this scholarship which sponsors you for a diploma and degree in nursing, with internship at Ministry of Health or MOH holidings.

Straits Times Netflix becomes ‘global TV network’ in 190 countries – including Singapore
Netflix, launched in 2007, is now a global internet streaming TV channel in 190 countries. Is that impressive or what?

ladyironchef 10 Uncharted Nature Trails In Singapore – Explore The Unexplored
Singapore’s nature isn’t just limited to Sungei Buloh, Singapore Botanic Gardens or the Southern Ridges. Here’s 10 more nature places in Singapore you won’t want to miss.

Mothership SCDF burns SAF with this photo of a SCDF recruit
Can someone say, burrnnnnnnnnn? Buck up, SAF!

Straits Times School bus attendant fined $1K for slapping pupil
She pulled her to the back of the school hall and slapped her on the cheeks four times. A police report was made and she was slapped with a hefty fine of $1,000. Mitigation lawyer says it was that girl who first hit her daughter with a recorder.

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