The proposed law makes stalking an offence and will cover sexual harassment in and out of the office, as well as certain acts committed outside Singapore. -ST

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Khaw dishes out relationships, PRs who fulfilled NS obligations, and more here. -ST
The Ministry of National Development will consider extending the Neighbourhood Renewal Programme (NRP) to flats built in the early 1990s. -MyPaper
The Ministry of National Development will review the criteria used to select flats for the Neighbourhood Renewal Programme, said minister Khaw Boon Wan. -ST
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However, enforcement could be an issue with regard to offences at work and online. -ST
Offenders can be fined up to $10,000 and jailed for up to two years. -tabla!
The proposed law makes stalking an offence and will cover sexual harassment in and out of the office, as well as certain acts committed outside Singapore. -ST
The victim is now hoping that a new Bill against harassment will put an end to it. -MyPaper
A Bill is being tabled in Parliament states that stalking will constitute an offence that will carry harsh penalties. -MyPaper
Intentions of the Bill are clearer, but now the scrutiny will shift from Parliament to the police officers and auxiliary police officers patrolling Little India each weekend. -ST