Police warn of scam involving fake police reports showing Govt has ‘verified’ sellers

19/3/2021 9:16:00 AM

Police warn of scam involving fake police reports showing Govt has ‘verified’ sellers

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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 ...

Indonesian police shoot dead female attacker in gunfire exchange at police HQIndonesian police shot dead a woman who had opened fire at officers at the national police headquarters in Jakarta on Wednesday in an attack inspired by the Islamic State, the police chief said. The 25-year-old woman, identifed only by her initials ZA, had fired six times at officers near an entrance post to the headquarters before being taken down, Listyo Sigit Prabowo said. She was a college drop-out who lived in Jakarta and she had posted a photo of the Islamic State, or ISIS, flag on her Instagram account hours before the shooting, Sigit said.

17 people, including 5 police officers, injured after accident between police van and lorrySINGAPORE: Seventeen people, including five police officers, were taken to hospital on Friday night (May 7) after an accident between a police van ... Hope nothing serious 回放警车的视频不就知道发生了什么事。

17 people, including 5 police officers, injured after accident between police van and lorrySINGAPORE — Seventeen people, including five police officers, were taken to hospital on Friday night (May 7) after an accident between a police van and a lorry in Jurong. Who and what caused the accident ? Speedy recovery to all! Drive safe guys!

Covid-19: Entry limits, smaller group activities at preschools as Govt tightens safe management measuresSINGAPORE — Preschools will need to ensure that external trainers conducting supplementary programmes serve no more than four preschools for three weeks starting May 8, the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) said on Wednesday (May 5).

Govt supports SPH’s restructuring proposal, willing to provide funding for not-for-profit media entity: MCISINGAPORE — The Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) said on Thursday (May 6) that it supports a proposal by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) to restructure its media business into a not-for-profit entity, and that the Government is prepared to provide funding support for that entity.