Immigration & Checkpoints Authority, Crime, Woodlands Checkpoint

Immigration & Checkpoints Authority, Crime

Motorcyclist hid 1,169 packets of chewing tobacco in shoes, other belongings: ICA

Motorcyclist hid 1,169 packets of chewing tobacco in shoes, other belongings: ICA

7/2/2019 5:38:00 PM

Motorcyclist hid 1,169 packets of chewing tobacco in shoes, other belongings: ICA

SINGAPORE: A Malaysian motorcyclist was caught with 1,169 packets of chewing tobacco in his shoes and other belongings at Woodlands Checkpoint ...

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Singapore returns to tighter COVID-19 measures: What's allowed under the new rules?

SINGAPORE: With the recent rise in COVID-19 cases in the community, Singapore has announced tighter measures for about three weeks from Saturday ...

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Norwegian plane lands at Stockholm airport after bomb threatSTOCKHOLM: A Norwegian Air Shuttle plane with 169 passengers on board returned to Arlanda airport outside Stockholm on Thursday (Feb 7) after ...

ICA officers find 1,169 packets of chewing tobacco on motorcyclist at Woodlands CheckpointSINGAPORE - A 50-year-old Malaysian man was caught with 1,169 packets of chewing tobacco at Woodlands Checkpoint on Thursday (Feb 7).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

A*Star to be headed by Mindef deputy secretary Frederick Chew from April 1SINGAPORE - A top administrator at the Ministry of Defence (Mindef) will helm the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) come April.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Rear Admiral Frederick Chew appointed A*STAR chief executive officerSINGAPORE: Rear Admiral (RADM) Frederick Chew will be appointed chief executive officer for the Agency for Science, Technology and ...

Frederick Chew to become A*Star's CEO on April 1Following a career in defence, Rear Admiral (RADM) Frederick Chew will take the reins of Singapore's largest public sector research agency in April, when its current chairman Lim Chuan Poh retires.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Workers at crematorium in trouble over red packetsCrematorium workers who take red packets from bereaved families and funeral directors who pass them on to these workers are now in trouble with the authorities over this practice at the government-run Mandai Crematorium.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Animation, QR codes: Digital red packets on the rise this Chinese New YearSINGAPORE: For generations, the handing out of red packets - or hongbaos - containing cash has been a tightly held tradition in the Chinese ...

S'pore's Chinese community different from others in Asia, the West: PM Lee

Ex-offender helps others change for the better with Professional Conversion ProgrammesMr Paul Tan arrived at Teen Challenge at age 17 after being caught with a knife during a fight at school. Facing five years in jail and 12 strokes of the cane, he admitted himself into the Christian halfway house to try to reduce his sentence. Two decades later,...

Hide & seek: Heartbreaking tales of abduction by a parent when marriage soursAbout a month ago, Sam's wife took their three-year-old son and left home in the wee hours of the morning.. Read more at straitstimes.com.