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AirAsia #QZ8501: Three more unidentified bodies found by Malaysian vessel
Four bodies in Surabaya have officially been identified, reports Channel NewsAsia, citing BASARNAS in a press conference earlier today — they are 45-year-old Shaime Josal, 42-year-old Tony Linaksita, 61-year-old Lim Yan Koen and 53-year-old Yongke Jou.
Four new bus routes for Punggol, CCK and Queenstown by March
Residents staying in Punggol, Choa Chu Kang and Queenstown will enjoy enhanced commutes with four new bus routes coming in the first quarter of 2015.
Najib struck with E coli infection
Datuk Seri Najib Razak has contracted the E. coli infection, the Prime Minister's Office said today.
In a Twitter posting, it said the prime minister was infected with the bacteria during his many tours to flood-hit areas last week.
Ringgit plunges to five-year low as dollar strengthens
The ringgit today fell to a five-year low against the US dollar, which continued its climb against other major currencies.
Bloomberg reported that as of 11.02am, the ringgit depreciated 0.6% to 3.5390 a dollar after last week’s 0.7 percent loss
Staff nurse's Facebook account was hacked: Tan Tock Seng Hospital
Tan Tock Seng Hospital says police are investigating a hack into one of their staff's Facebook accounts, which was used to post anti-Singapore sentiments.