He is jailed for abusing a 12-year-old stepdaughter, told his wife that he “showed love” to the victim

SINGAPORE: A man who repeatedly abused his 12-year-old stepdaughter even when his wife was in the house received three years and three months in prison on Thursday (September 23). Three months of the prison sentence was instead of shivering, as he is 59 years old and can not be dropped. The man’s identity cannot be … Read more

What rules apply to mowing the neighbor’s tree?

Neighbor disputes can unfortunately be quite common. We can not choose the people who surround our home, but their behavior can sometimes affect us. Noise issues, border disputes and inappropriate car parking are just some of the problems that can arise with our neighbors. But what are the rules about overgrown plants that begin to … Read more

Left-wing militant dubbed Carlos the Jackal initiates legal action to reduce life imprisonment

Left-wing militant dubbed Carlos the Jackal initiates legal action to reduce life imprisonment

Carlos the Jackal, the left-wing militant who carried out attacks around the world in the 1970s and 1980s, has opened a bid in a French court to reduce the life sentence he received for a deadly grenade attack on a store in Paris in 1974. Keyword: In the 1970s and 1980s, Ilich Ramirez Sanchez became … Read more

He is sentenced to life in prison for murdering his ex-wife on the ITE campus

SINGAPORE: A man who murdered his ex-wife by stabbing her several times at her workplace at the Institute of Technical Education College Central was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday (September 22). Seet Cher Hng, 69, was found guilty of murder last week, after an hour into the trial he began wanting to plead … Read more

Man jailed for conspiracy to steal leads from empty junior colleges and cost TPJC $ 840,000 in repairs

SINGAPORE: Last night at night in January last year, three men went to the empty Jurong Junior College (JJC) campus and stole copper wires worth $ 20,000. When the COVID-19 “switch” was in place a few months later in April, the trio went to Tampines Junior College (TPJC) and removed it from electrical cables, costing … Read more

Former employee of an adult home admits to assaulting residents with autism, epilepsy

SINGAPORE: An employee of an adult home attacked a resident with autism, mild intellectual disability and epilepsy and left him with a large bruise on his thigh that his mother later discovered. The 29-year-old Indian citizen pleaded guilty on Tuesday (September 21) to two charges of voluntarily injuring a vulnerable victim. The identity of the … Read more

Covid 19 Delta Outbreak: Mandatory vaccination order under scrutiny in Supreme Court

Delta variant is a highly contagious type of SARS-CoV-2 virus. By RNZ An employment lawyer told the Supreme Court that the mandatory vaccination order under the Covid-19 Public Health Response Act was illegal and went beyond what the Act intended. Ashleigh Fechney was allowed to appear in court on behalf of her client, a customs … Read more

What do you need a planning permit for?

Making changes to your home can be an exciting project – but it’s important to consider whether you need to get one or not. building permit before you start. If you make changes to your property without obtaining permission from your local council or authority, you may end up in court. You should always talk … Read more

Renee Jade Underwood: Snapchats sent by grooming teacher revealed

The inside story of how a former teacher groomed her underage student by sending X-rated, predatory Snapchat messages may unfold. A former South Australian teacher who was grooming her student sent the boy open Snapchat messages, showing her breasts and “offering to suck”. [his] c*ck”, court documents surfaced. Renee Jade Underwood, 34, pleaded guilty to … Read more

Covid-19 coronavirus Delta outbreak: Close contact of positive case visited Tauranga Court

The 90% Project is an NZ Herald initiative that aims to provide all New Zealanders with information about vaccination so we can save lives and restore freedoms. Video / New Zealand News A close contact of a Covid-19 positive case visited the Tauranga courthouse last Monday during and outside office hours. The New Zealand Law … Read more