His high blood alcohol content of 217mg of ethanol per 100ml of blood meaning it would be "harder to maintain balance". -ST

The hearing

Mr Lee Kim Huat, 55, was the driver of the private bus involved in the fatal accident that sparked the riot. -ST
Law and order reigns again in Little India - but amid tighter control. -ST
Madam Wong was responsible for the movement of buses transporting foreign workers to their dormitories from Little India. -ST
An anti-riot exercise which drew flak online and from migrant worker groups was meant to help promote mutual understanding. -ST
An Indian national who defied an order not to proceed to a cordoned area in Race Course Road was jailed for 18 weeks yesterday. -ST
"As long as they are not going around setting fire to the shophouses, I am okay, you know. Because this is police car, you can replace it." -My Paper

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If convicted, he could face up to two years in jail and a fine. -ST
Mr Nathan, the defence counsel, said he was trying to test the veracity of the officer's testimony. -ST
Both men had become involved in the riot while returning to their dormitories after drinks with friends. -ST
80-page title with eyewitness accounts launched ahead of incident's one-year anniversary. -ST
Mr Lee Kim Huat, 55, was the driver of the private bus involved in the fatal accident that sparked the riot. -ST
Law and order reigns again in Little India - but amid tighter control. -ST

The hearing

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