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Oil giant Shell fined $400,000 for fire

Oil giant Shell fined $400,000 for fire

Safety lapse in 2015 at refinery on Pulau Bukom resulted in blaze that injured six workers.

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AVA can make arrests for offences under 9 Acts

AVA can make arrests for offences under 9 Acts

Statutory board's detention of Platinium Dogs Club operator was under Animals and Birds Act.

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AGC: Lee Suet Fern's case referred to Law Society in accordance with law

AGC: Lee Suet Fern's case referred to Law Society in accordance with law

Last year, it referred five cases to the Law Society, the AGC told The Straits Times.

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Safety lapse at TTSH Dental Clinic: Disciplinary action taken against 18 staff

Safety lapse at TTSH Dental Clinic: Disciplinary action taken against 18 staff

Between Nov 28 and Dec 5 last year, up to eight patients may have been treated with equipment that had not undergone the final stage of a sterilisation process.

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TV host sues F&B firm that took over his Thai eatery chain

TV host sues F&B firm that took over his Thai eatery chain

Television host Pornsak Prajakwit and his business partner, who received $2 for selling 60 per cent of their shares in the Thai restaurant chain they founded, are suing the food and beverage company that took over the business.

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Banking Act changes on enhanced safeguards, corporate governance and risk management controls for banks

This article highlights the key changes which came into force on 30 Nov 2018.

IMDA issues COPIF 2018 and COPIF Guidelines 2018, effective from 15 December 2018

The key changes are intended to reflect the Telecommunications Act amendments introduced in 2017, as well as to keep pace with market and technology developments.

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