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Travel and deals are music to the ears when put together. With borders unreservedly opening up (yay to no more PCR/ARTs, and visa-free travels!), travel sites are in a hurry to woo shoppers back – which, really, means it's a good time for travellers to keep an eye out for great travel deals.
And as we found out, some double-digit sale such as 10.10 deals, can be better than others. We're seeing up to 67 per cent and an extra 10 per cent off staycation deals (code: STAYCAYNOW) and dining deals on Klook's 1-day flash sale, starting from 10am on 10 Oct.
On a fateful Sunday, two individuals sprang into action upon spotting a distressed woman in immediate peril. A video making its rounds on social media depicted a tense moment when a woman stood perilously close to the edge of the parapet behind the railings at Dhoby Ghaut MRT station that very afternoon. In an act…
If there’s one thing we’ve all learned from social media, it’s that your reputation most definitely precedes you. But for an eatery, any publicity isn’t always good publicity. Fiie’s Cafe (formerly As-Shifaa Cafe) flipped that notion on its head when it went viral over the owner’s stern disposition towards customers. That, and selling bonkers fried […] The post Fiie’s Cafe run by cranky seller opens new outlet at Toa Payoh appeared first on SETHLUI.com.
A U.S. Army lieutenant who was struck, pepper-sprayed and handcuffed during a traffic stop in Virginia asked a federal appeals court on Monday to overturn rulings by a trial judge after jurors found mostly in favor of the two police officers he sued. Video of the December 2020 encounter between Lt. Caron Nazario and Windsor police officers was viewed millions of times and highlighted Black drivers' fears of police mistreatment. In a legal brief filed Monday, Nazario argues that the court erred when it found in a pretrial ruling that Officers Joe Gutierrez and Daniel Crocker had probable cause to believe Nazario committed the crimes of eluding police, obstruction of justice and failure to obey an order.