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Ex-policeman charged with misappropriating money, shredding documents – Channel News Asia

Channel News AsiaEx-policeman charged with misappropriating money, shredding documentsChannel News AsiaSINGAPORE: A former policeman was charged on Thursday (Dec 24) with criminal breach of trust and for destroying [Read entire story]

Hurricane Olaf heads towards the central Pacific

The National Hurricane Center says that Olaf, a Category 2 storm, is forecast to become a major hurricane by late Monday. [Read entire story]

No plans to change TMO system, say sport’s rulers

Rugby's governing body has no plans to review the use of the television match official (TMO), despite a furore after it was not invoked during the controversial finale of Australia's World Cup quarter-final win over [Read entire story]

Makeover of Holland Village in the works

The Urban Redevelopment Authority releases details on what will be allowed on the 2.3-hectare extension behind shophouses at the heart of Holland Village. [Read entire story]

Leading scorer De Jong back for PSV’s trip to Germany

PSV Eindhoven will have top scorer Luuk de Jong back from injury for Wednesday's Champions League clash with VfL Wolfsburg, the club said. [Read entire story]

Facebook requests a say in Austrian student’s privacy case

Facebook Inc on Monday requested the chance to voice its opinion in a legal challenge mounted by an Austrian law student against the Irish privacy regulator for refusing to investigate the U.S. company's transfers of [Read entire story]

Back to the Future again? Maybe not, says producer

A fourth movie in the "Back to the Future" series looks unlikely, one of the films' executive producers said on Monday, as fans of the time-travelling comedies gear up this week to mark the exact day that Marty McFly [Read entire story]

Alibaba’s Jack Ma appointed business adviser to UK’s Cameron

Alibaba founder Jack Ma has been appointed by British Prime Minister David Cameron to advise him on business, Downing Street said on Monday. [Read entire story]

Cameron says to raise issue of Chinese subsidised steel during Xi visit

Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday he would raise the issue of subsidised steel with China during a visit this week by President Xi Jinping to Britain. [Read entire story]