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Educationist's resignation a big surprise

VETERAN Chinese educationist and retired schoolteacher, Loot Ting Yee, announced his resignation from Jiao Zong, a Chinese education watchdog body of which he had been deputy chairman since 1964.

Tenant sued for spooking buyers away

A man who put two coffins on top of a rented house and staged mock funerals there is named in a lawsuit that accuses him of trying to squeeze money from a luxury property developer after spooking would-be buyers.

Danger in ‘jumping beans’ craze

A new 'pet craze' - jumping beans - is taking the city by storm.

Dateline Lion City: News briefs from Singaporee

Dateline Lion City: News briefs from Singaporee including that a government committee has rapped the knuckles of several ministries and statutory boards for irregularities in their financial statements, including overpayments, delays in making refunds and irregular tendering practices.

Last gig at Old Trafford

FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM finds out whether Ferguson#8217;s move to bench his favourite winger Ryan Giggs means the end of the Old Trafford road for the Welshman.

Investing in property abroad

JASON Tan, 34, started investing in Australian properties in 1995, two years before the financial crisis pulled the rug from under the feet of Asia. Today, he has one property in Malaysia, one in Singapore and six in Australia.

Pay more when dealing with Johor Land Office

Beginning this year, property buyers will have to pay more when dealing with the Land Office following a review in administrative and processing charges gazetted by the state government recently.

Sarawak, Sabah need to set up housing panel

The state governments of Sabah and Sarawak should each set up a housing tribunal similar to the National Housing Tribunal to provide a quick and cheaper avenue for house buyers to resolve their grouses.

For whom the tea pours

The Chinese in China are rediscovering the most quintessential of Chinese drinks #8211; tea, reports MARTIN FACKLER.