Stories you might've missed, Jan 19 - The Independent Singapore News

Here are the top stories published today.

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Stories you might've missed, Jan 19 - The Independent Singapore News

Here are the top stories published today.

Photo: TikTok screengrab/iqzhpriusWhile learning how to be wise with money is a skill worth acquiring, circumventing business restrictions to save a few dollars might get more criticism than praise.One TikTok user did just that and recorded herself bringing a pack of dried noodles and dumping it into a hot pot at Haidilao to “save money.”

Judge convicts male cabin crew who claimed he tapped stewardess’ buttocks to ‘correct her posture’Photo: Unsplash/NeONBRAND (for illustration purposes only)Singapore — It may have looked like a classic case of “she said vs he said,” but the judge came down in favour of the woman, and found the man guilty of a molestation charge.

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Dog runs across road in Springleaf area while dragging a chair by its leash

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COE prices close higher at end of Jan 19 bidding exercise

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1,165 new Covid-19 cases in S'pore on Jan. 17, the highest number of cases this monthMOH also confirmed 609 new Omicron cases. Keep import cases omricrons is like Super Idol de xiao rong Dou mei ni de tian Ba yue zheng wu de yang guang Dou mei ni yao yan Re ai yi bai ling wu du de ni Di di qing chun de zheng liu shui Random but anyone remember Amy sagren the Indonesian lady who always write positive messages about the covid situation/cases here .miss her positivity.

Australian court to publish reasons for dismissing Djokovic challenge on Jan 20MELBOURNE : The Federal Court of Australia will publish reasons for its dismissal of tennis star Novak Djokovic's challenge to the cancellation of his visa on Thursday at 0515 GMT, the court said.The reasons will be read out in court by Chief Justice James Allsop, viewable online, a court spokesperson sai Thousands of people of all ages, genders, nations & social ranks gathered in front of the detention dungeon for peaceful protests, Orthodox Christmas celebrations, singing & dancing kolo hand-in-hand. Human solidarity & empathy is the worst enemy & danger for autocratic regimes.