MON: 🎵 THE MUSIC RETURNS TO BLU JAZ 🎵
After a year of having their entertainment licence revoked by Singaporean authorities, Blu Jaz Cafe renewed their licence, and re-opened their doors on 3 February for live performances.
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Read more about the re-opening of the Cafe at TODAY.
MON: TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE PROJECT WILL PLOUGH THROUGH
Canadian indigenous groups have lost their appeal against the TMP. The High Court determined that the government had addressed the indigenous groups’ concerns appropriately.
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Read more about the TMP saga at Courthouse News Service.
WED: POFMA HOLDS UP AGAINST SDP APPEAL
The first court challenge against POFMA has ended with a dismissal. However, the High Court has established that the government bears the burden of proof in a court appeal under POFMA.
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Read more about the government somehow taking an L while getting a W at The Straits Times.
FRI: RACIST GETS CANCELLED FOR HIS SHITPOST
Mr Abdul Halim Abdul Karim, a religious teacher, was investigated by MHA after posting xenophobic posts on his social media. He has since taken down the posts and apologised.
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Read more about what the Muslim Islamic Religious Council of Singapore says on The Straits Times.
SAT: THAILAND SOLDIER GOES ON SHOOTING SPREE
Thai Soldier Jakraphanth Thomma went on a gun rampage in the Thai city of Nakhon Ratchasima, killing 26 and wounding 57. He was shot dead in a security forces raid.
(Photo Credits: Swiss Info)
Read more about the shooting spree at BBC.
THIS MON: PARASITE WINS BIG AT OSCARS
South Korean film Parasite wins the Oscars for best picture, directing, international feature film and writing (original screenplay). This is the first time a non-English language prize has won the best picture.
(Photo Credits: Los Angeles Times)
Read more at BBC.
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