Morning Digest, Jan 20 - The Independent Singapore News

Morning Digest, Jan 20 - The Independent Singapore News

20/1/2022 3:09:00 AM

Morning Digest, Jan 20 - The Independent Singapore News

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President Halimah makes case for low-wage workers to be better paid after man spurns Covid test- Advertisement 2-He declined to be tested because he did not want to lose that extra $100 monthly attendance allowance he received for showing up punctually for work and not taking sick leave. Instead, Rahim continued to work and potentially exposed others to Covid.

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Woman confesses: I am in love with my friend and he's married - The Independent Singapore NewsSingapore — A woman in love with a married man who also happens to be mentor asks for advice via social media but seems to be really after sympathy. She gets the advice but not the sympathy. In an anonymous post on Facebook on Sunday (Jan 16), she wrote: “I am in love with my …

Woman confesses: I am in love with my friend and he's married - The Independent Singapore NewsSingapore — A woman in love with a married man who also happens to be mentor asks for advice via social media but seems to be really after sympathy. She gets the advice but not the sympathy. In an anonymous post on Facebook on Sunday (Jan 16), she wrote: “I am in love with my …

Man allegedly molests two women at Toa Payoh MRT station - The Independent Singapore NewsWithin a span of just a few minutes, the two women were allegedly molested by the man. Police investigations are ongoing.

Telegram outage reported worldwide, thousands affectedSINGAPORE — Users of popular messaging service Telegram reported outages worldwide on Monday (Jan 17).