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Controversies at two casinos
Tue, Jun 29, 2010
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SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS

  • Quan Yifeng's "taxi rage" incident - ComfortDelGro sides with the taxi driver and says in a statement that he has been assaulted
  • Controversies at the two casinos: Dealer at MBS issues the wrong cards but continues with the game and confiscates the chips of the gamblers; security guards were called in after the gamblers complain that it is unfair and proceed to take back their own chips
  • RWS: About 30 to 40 people make a din at the counter after learning that their prizes for guessing the correct score are gaming chips instead of the vouchers
  • 40-year-old man charged with posing as a policeman and confines a China prostitute illegally at a hotel room
  • 47-year-old man marries a 19-year-old woman and wins the top 4-D prize after betting on the numbers on their marriage certificate
  • Man killed at Marsiling after he was ambushed at a carpark and stabbed in the neck
  • Elderly woman becomes famous at Tiong Bahru after appearing in the movie Civic Life: Tiong Bahru
  • MOM's new building to open in mid-2012
  • Mah Bow Tan at the opening of the World Cities Summit: Singapore will learn from other countries in dealing with the future challenges
  • Five winners to share the Toto winning prize of $5.7 million: Two of the winners place their bets at the outlet at Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
  • Spoilt 'teen princess' orders her maid to remove the bean sprouts in her bowl of noodles at a coffee outlet
  • Gaming machines at the IRs have been tested and verified by laboratories accredited by the Singapore Accreditation Council
  • Malaysian woman loses her PR status after she pleads guilty to being a loan shark runner
  • Every hour of TV-watching will increase the risk of heart disease by 7 per cent, according to a British study

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  • MRT passengers urge SMRT CEO Saw Phaik Hwa to gauge whether the trains have reached "crush load" capacity by taking them herself during peak hours
  • George Yeo recommends the good food at the coffee shops on Facebook
  • Lead: Woman loves to hang her wet laundry at the ceiling of the corridor, causing inconvenience to her neighbours
  • Family of four who are all born in the Year of the Tiger
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