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6th December, 14:05

MAYOR CONDEMNS ATM THEFT AS ATTACK ON WHOLE COMMUNITY

The incident happened in the early hours of Friday.
6th December, 10:29

ROLLER COASTER CRASH VICTIMS AWARDED 12M IN DAMAGES

Ten victims of a roller-coaster crash at a theme park have secured a total of £1.2 million in damages. Eight children and two adults were taken to hospital with serious head, leg and arm injuries after the crash at MandDs theme park in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire..
6th December, 10:21

1740 RIVER THAMES FROST FAIR MEMENTOES UP FOR AUCTION

Two remarkable frost fair keepsakes printed on presses set up on a frozen 18th century River Thames are to go under the hammer. Though hard to imagine now, the Thames frequently froze over in the 16th to 19th centuries, with ice forming readily on the slow-moving water caused by obstructions to the flow near London Bridge..
6th December, 10:05

LONDON FIRE CHIEF TO STEP DOWN EARLIER THAN EXPECTED IN WAKE OF GRENFELL CRITICISM

London Fire Brigade Commissioner Dany Cotton is to step down earlier than expected in the wake of criticism over the services response to the Grenfell fire. Ms Cotton, 50, who will leave her role at the end of this month, had been facing pressure to resign from bereaved families and survivors of the blaze following a critical public inquiry report..
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Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, were 2019’s top destinations for Singaporeans

Destinations like Surabaya and Waikato may no longer be off the beaten track

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Singapore millennials are role-playing as boomers online and it’s hilarious

How can dis be allow? Tks and rgds.

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Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon ranked among world’s worst

Recent survey puts them in the bottom three out of 81 marathons.

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Resorts World Sentosa ‘uncertain’ of source behind viral video of dolphin slamming its head against the wall

Self-harm or playful behavior?

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Grab the fam and spend all day at ArtScience Museum’s inspiring and interactive exhibitions

| Coconuts Singapore x ArtScience Museum | Spend a day at ArtScience Museum with your family and friends.

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Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day 2019: What happened during fateful attack 78 years ago?

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day 2019: What happened during fateful attack 78 years ago?On Saturday, Americans will mark the 78th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Here's a look back at the deadly attack.


Nikki Haley Suggests Confederate Flag Just Meant ‘Sacrifice and Heritage’ Until Dylann Roof ‘Hijacked’ It

Nikki Haley Suggests Confederate Flag Just Meant ‘Sacrifice and Heritage’ Until Dylann Roof ‘Hijacked’ ItFormer U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley seemed to suggest on Friday that the Confederate flag did not have racist overtones until Dylann Roof “hijacked” it with his 2015 murder of nine black churchgoers.Speaking to Blaze TV’s Glenn Beck, Haley recounted her decision as South Carolina governor to remove the Confederate battle flag from the State House following Roof’s massacre at the Emanuel AME church in Charleston. “Here is this guy that comes out with this manifesto, holding the Confederate flag,” she said. “And had just hijacked everything that people thought of—we don’t have hateful people in South Carolina. It's a small minority; it’s always going to be there.”“People saw it as service, and sacrifice, and heritage,” the ex-governor continued. “But once he did that, there was no way to overcome it. And the national media came in droves—they wanted to define what happened. They wanted it to make this about racism. They wanted to make it about gun control. They wanted to make it about the death penalty.”Apparently, according to Haley, the media at the time wanted to make the mass slaying of nine black people—an admittedly targeted racist attack, as laid out in Roof’s manifesto—about race.While Haley’s insistence that a flag long associated with slavery and sedition was actually just about “heritage” until only recently was immediately met with ridicule and mockery, her remarks to Beck are actually pretty much in line with how she equivocated on the issue when she removed the flag four years ago.Claiming at the time that many South Carolinians held up the flag as “a way to honor ancestors,” she added that “while an integral part of our past” it “does not represent the future of our great state.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.


Six months of sacrifice: Hong Kong's protesters take stock

Six months of sacrifice: Hong Kong's protesters take stockWith Beijing taking a hard line, it has since broadened into a call to halt authoritarian China's attempts to erode freedoms in the city. Raymond Yeung, a liberal studies teacher at the elite Diocesan Girls' School, joined the movement early and was there on June 12 when a massive protest descended into violence. Protesters broke into the forecourt of the city's legislative building, throwing objects including metal bars at police.


Mueller witness bragged about access to Clintons secured with illegal campaign cash, says Justice Department

Mueller witness bragged about access to Clintons secured with illegal campaign cash, says Justice DepartmentAn emissary for two Arab princes boasted to unnamed officials of a Middle Eastern government about his direct access to Hillary and Bill Clinton while funneling more than $3.5 million in illegal campaign contributions to the 2016 Clinton campaign and Democratic fundraising committees, according to a federal indictment.


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