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Court rules online gambling offence to be deserving of harsher punishment than offence under Common Gaming Houses Act

In PP v Elger Kua Meng Tern [2019] SGMC 5, the accused pleaded guilty to using his office premises as a common gaming house, and for providing a Singapore-based remote gambling service.

High roller can now contest casino's $10m suit

High roller can now contest casino's $10m suit

The High Court has set aside a $10 million default judgment against an Australian-Chinese tycoon for alleged casino debts and allowed his appeal to enter his defence and contest the case in a court trial.

Online gambling's bigger threat warrants harsher penalty: Judge

Online gambling's bigger threat warrants harsher penalty: Judge

A judge who sentenced an offender to 14 months' jail for providing a remote gambling service, and added four weeks more for using an office as a common gaming house.

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In Singapore, tightened laws on drone use still under review

In Singapore, tightened laws on drone use still under review

Changes proposed by the CAAS last April which are still being reviewed include a compulsory online training programme, a pilot licensing scheme, as well as stricter requirements such as partial or full certification for heavier unmanned aircraft of more than 25kg,

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