Amah from ‘How To Make Millions Before Grandma Dies’ holding fan meet at Suntec City on 24 June

Amah from ‘How To Make Millions Before Grandma Dies’ holding fan meet at Suntec City

Those who have caught the ‘How To Make Millions Before Grandma Dies’ movie would have likely shed tear

Image courtesy of Golden Village

Next Monday (24 June), Usha Seamkhum — who plays ‘Amah’ in the movie — will be making a special appearance at Golden Village Suntec City together with movie director Pat Boonnitipat.

Fans can stand a chance to win group photo session with Amah & director

At 6.50pm, the event will kick off with a screening of the movie.

This will be followed by the highly anticipated meet-and-greet session from 9.10pm.

During the post-screening session, members of the audience will get an opportunity to ask Director Pat and Amah burning questions about the show.

Lucky fans may also stand a chance to score a group photo session with the pair.

Golden Village Movie Club members can purchase tickets to the meet-and-greet session for S$16 each. Meanwhile, tickets for the general public are priced at S$18.

Image courtesy of Golden Village

Sadly, tickets for the events are already sold out at the time of this article.

Biggest Thai movie in Singapore to date

In a media release, Golden Village noted that as of Monday (17 June), ‘How To Make Millions Before Grandma Dies’ has grossed S$3.67 million in ticket sales.

Apart from being the “biggest Thai movie in Singapore” to date, it is also one of the highest-grossing movies this year.

The special event was thus hosted to thank Singaporeans for their overwhelming support of the film.

The film follows the story of a young man, M, who goes to great lengths to win the affection of his cancer-stricken grandmother.

In doing so, he hopes to claim a multimillion-dollar inheritance from her.

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Have news you must share? Get in touch with us via email at [email protected].

Featured image courtesy of Golden Village. 

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Millonaria carga de droga se decomisa en domicilio de Canoa, provincia de Manabí

Un gran decomiso de droga se efectuó en la parroquia Canoa, del cantón San Vicente, en la provincia de Manabí. Así lo dio a conocer la Policía Nacional este 19 de junio de 2024.

Cien paquetes de sustancias ilícitas se encontraron en el interior de un inmueble,  según se muestra en videos de la institución, la mercancía se encontraba escondida en fundas de basura, en medio de los matorrales.

De acuerdo con las autoridades, se logró identificar a una organización criminal que se dedicaba a transportar la droga desde Tulcán hacia la ciudad costera de Manta, con el objetivo de enviarla al extranjero vía marítima. El estupefaciente estaría valorado en 6 millones de dólares aproximadamente.

  • Esta es la cantidad de muertes violentas semanales en Ecuador, según cifras oficiales

Apenas el fin de semana se encontró una lancha en las costas de Manta con 40 sacos con droga. Las Fuerzas Armadas realizaban  operaciones de vigilancia y control cuando descubrieron el cargamento.



Identificamos a una organización criminal que estaría transportando la sustancia desde #Tulcán con destino la ciudad de #Manta.

— @PolicíaManabí (@Policia_Manabi) June 19, 2024


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Novela has up to 60% off luxury beauty so you can pamper yourself without going broke

Save big on Jo Malone, SK-II, MAC & more at the Novela Mid-Year Sale from 20 to 23 June

Let’s face it, maintaining a flawless look from head to toe can be a lot of work, not to mention a total wallet wrecker.

This is especially true if your GRWM — that’s “get ready with me” — routine consists of luxury brands like Jo Malone, Kiehl’s, Elizabeth Arden, and SK-II. As much as they work wonders, they can also be pretty pricey.

Well, hold on to your makeup brushes because Novela is here to rescue your beauty budget with its highly anticipated Mid-Year Sale.

novela mid-year sale

Image courtesy of Novela

With discounts of up to 60%, this is your chance to snag those holy grail items you’ve been eyeing, whether it’s serums that make you glow brighter than a Hollywood star or lipsticks that scream: “Look at me.”

Read on for our handy guide to the best deals.

Pamper your hair & body with goodies from Olaplex & Elizabeth Arden

Let’s start from the top — literally.

Your skin might be flawless and your makeup snatched, but if your hair isn’t serving, your whole look falls flat.

Lucky for you, the Novela Mid-Year Sale has just the thing to get your tresses in check: the celeb-favourite Olaplex No.4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo, which will be going at 25% off.

novela mid-year sale

Olaplex No.4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo — S$39 (U.P. S$52)
Image courtesy of Olaplex

This multipurpose miracle worker repairs, strengthens, and nourishes your hair like a boss. With its avocado and grapeseed oil-infused formula, you can kiss damaged hair, split ends, and frizz goodbye.

Moving on to the body, get ready for the boujee spa session of your dreams with Elizabeth Arden’s line of body care products inspired by its iconic Green Tea fragrance.

novela mid-year sale

Elizabeth Arden Green Tea Honey Drops Body Cream — S$19.60 (U.P. S$49)
Source: @elizabetharden_sg on Instagram

Three of these babies — the Shower Gel, Body Lotion, and Honey Drops Body Cream — will be marked down by a fabulous 60%, with nothing over S$20. Not only will your skin feel baby-soft, but you’ll also smell absolutely divine.

Glow up with La Mer, SK-II & Kiehl’s

Whether you’re battling enlarged pores, fine lines, or sun damage, the Novela Mid-Year Sale has got you covered with top-tier skincare superheroes.

One product we’re expecting to fly off the shelves is SK-II’s Facial Treatment Essence, which is going at a jaw-dropping 50% off.

novela mid-year sale

SK-II Facial Treatment Essence — S$162.50 (U.P. S$325)
Source: SK-II US on Facebook

This holy grail contains a whopping 90% PITERA, SK-II’s patented star ingredient, famed for repairing ageing and damaged skin.

Also at half price is Kiehl’s Rare Earth Deep Pore Clay Face Mask, which minimises the look of pores to give you a smoother, more even skin texture.

novela mid-year sale

Kiehl’s Rare Earth Deep Pore Clay Face Mask — S$31.50 (U.P. S$63)
Source: @kiehlssg on Instagram

Two other brands you won’t want to miss out on are Estee Lauder and La Mer, both of which have items at an irresistible 60% off.

Estee Lauder’s Micro Essence Treatment Lotion Fresh with Sakura Ferment is a must-have for strengthening your skin barrier and locking in moisture for a more radiant appearance.

novela mid-year sale

Estee Lauder Micro Essence Treatment Lotion Fresh with Sakura Ferment — S$83.60 (U.P. S$209)
Source: Estee Lauder Singapore Market on Facebook

If dark circles and fine lines are your concern, make a beeline for La Mer’s The Eye Concentrate.

La Mer The Eye Concentrate — S$174 (U.P. S$435)
Source: @lamer on Instagram

Clinically proven to reduce these issues in just three weeks, it also strengthens the skin barrier around your peepers with long-term use.

Slay the finishing touches with Shiseido & Jo Malone

You can’t claim to be a skincare girlie without a good sunscreen, such as Shiseido’s The Perfect Protector.

Shiseido The Perfect Protector — S$81.60, buy 2 for 40% off (U.P. S$136)
Image courtesy of Shiseido

This powerhouse shields you from UVA and UVB rays, urban pollutants, and dryness, and you can grab two at 40% off during the sale — perfect for stocking up or sharing with your BFF.

Next, let’s talk about painting the gorgeous canvas that is your face.

One essential is a flattering, long-lasting lipstick like MAC’s Locked Kiss 24HR Lipstick.

MAC Locked Kiss 24HR Lipstick in Coy — S$35 (U.P. S$50)
Image courtesy of MAC

As its name suggests, this kiss-proof, transfer-resistant lipstick lasts up to 24 hours. Whether you’re powering through a long day at work or enjoying a JB getaway with someone special, you won’t have to worry about constant reapplication.

Not everything that completes your look has to be visible. In fact, a signature scent is as crucial to self-expression as any outfit or makeup.

If you’ve been eyeing a Jo Malone fragrance but are deterred by the price, the Novela Mid-Year Sale has your back with a sweet 50% off.

The recipient of this markdown is none other than the Wood Sage & Sea Salt Cologne, a light, natural scent that is equal parts refreshing and sophisticated.

Jo Malone Wood Sage & Sea Salt — S$122.50 (U.P. S$245)
Image courtesy of Jo Malone

With its unique blend of earthy wood sage and crisp sea salt, this cologne evokes the spirit of windswept shores and rugged cliffs. Get ready to turn heads — in all the right ways.

Get cash vouchers & more when you shop the Novela Mid-Year Sale

The sale isn’t just about discounts — it’s packed with perks, too.

Novela is serving up free gifts and shopping vouchers based on your spending tiers. Here’s what you get:

  • Free Novela duffle bag (worth S$39.90) with a minimum spend of S$250
  • Free MCM EDP Collector’s Edition (worth S$126) with a minimum spend of S$600
  • S$15 cash voucher with a minimum spend of S$450
  • S$25 cash voucher with a minimum spend of S$600
  • S$50 cash voucher with a minimum spend of S$800

Source: ELLE Taiwan

The gifts are stackable, meaning if you spend S$600, you’ll walk away with a Novela duffle bag, an MCM perfume, and a S$25 cash voucher. We’re getting a serotonin boost just thinking about it.

Image courtesy of Novela

Do note that the minimum spend must be in a single receipt and that cash vouchers are valid from 24 June onwards.

And here’s the tea — all these perks are exclusively for members. Not one yet? No worries, just download the Novela app and sign up for free.

Now, you’re all set to shop the Novela Mid-Year Sale from 20 to 23 June on its official website or at these outlets:

  • IMM
  • Chinatown
  • Velocity@Novena Square
  • Waterway Point
  • Bugis+
  • Tampines 1
  • PLQ Mall

To stay on top of all the latest news and updates, follow Novela on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.

Remember, investing in your beauty routine is an investment in yourself.

When you look good, you feel good, radiating confidence and allowing yourself to truly put your best face forward. Happy shopping, gorgeous.

This article was brought to you in collaboration with Novela.

Featured image courtesy of Novela, Jo Malone, Shiseido & Olapex and adapted from SK-II US on Facebook.

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City clamps down on sober homes and lodging houses

NEW BEDFORD — The residents of Ward 5 wanted action.

Not everyone agreed on what that action should look like — some didn’t even know. But the unsettled crowd of 100 people at the last Ward 5 community meeting expressed a unanimous demand that city officials do something to clamp down on unregulated sober houses.

“There are sober homes going up throughout the city,” Former Mayor Scott Lang said at the June 12 meeting. “It’s got to change, because it’s going to hollow out every neighborhood in the city.”

Knowing that targeted zoning regulations could violate anti-discrimination laws, some residents said the city should enforce existing building codes against sober houses so strictly that the properties go out of business.

Little did Lang and his neighbors know, a quiet code enforcement effort had already begun. 

This month, the city sent letters to more than a dozen sober houses telling them they need a lodging house license, which could require costly building upgrades. And the city has taken court action against two sober houses to investigate them for code violations.

Some people in the recovery community say the city appears to be targeting sober houses.

“It seems in the last year or so New Bedford has really cracked down on this issue,” said Denise Menzdorf, executive director of the Massachusetts Alliance for Sober Housing. She said she hoped the enforcement was fair — that is, not targeting sober houses — but she acknowledged it would be hard to know. 

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City spokesperson Jonathan Darling says the city is routinely enforcing the law the same way it does for all properties. The city sent licensing letters to all properties that qualified as lodging houses under state law, he said.

“The requirement is grounded in concerns about public health and safety, including, as we’ve witnessed firsthand in New Bedford, the risk of fire,” Darling said in a statement. “It applies to all lodging houses, including those that hold themselves out as ‘sober houses.’”

Sober houses, also known as sober homes, are shared living spaces for people in recovery from addiction. They generally don’t have clinicians and they aren’t treatment centers — instead, they serve as an intermediate step between treatment and independent living.

Recovery advocates say the ideal sober house provides a stable, drug-free environment where people can live for a few months while they get back on their feet. But some sober houses are more sober than others, recovery advocates say, and the worst ones can be hotspots for relapses and overdoses.

Sober housing is not a regulated industry, though operators can get a voluntary certification from the Massachusetts Alliance for Sober Housing, a nonprofit organization that works under contract with the state to maintain standards at sober houses. Ten properties in New Bedford have a MASH certification, out of at least 19 sober houses in the city.

Federal and state laws limit the city’s ability to regulate where sober houses can go. The federal Fair Housing Act bars cities from introducing housing policies that discriminate against people with disabilities, and substance use disorder qualifies as a disability. A state law called the Dover Amendment makes it illegal for cities to enforce policies that discriminate against congregate living environments for non-related people with disabilities that wouldn’t apply to families or other groups of a similar size. 

“We aren’t able to stop sober homes from coming to New Bedford,” City Solicitor Eric Jaikes said at the Ward 5 community meeting.

But some residents have been calling for the city to come up with a plan to control these properties since the fall, when Moreland Terrace residents protested the opening of a sober house in a historic home at 52 Ash St. They said a sober house didn’t fit the historic character of their neighborhood and should not be allowed to operate in a single-family home.

City enforces lodging house rules on sober houses

The city has taken the position that sober houses count as lodging houses.

On June 6, the Licensing Department sent letters out to owners of 44 properties saying their place qualifies as a lodging house, and they have to appear within 30 days to apply for a license or face possible civil and criminal penalties.

At least 19 of the properties are sober houses, The Light confirmed through multiple sources, and 16 of those were not registered as rooming houses a year ago.

“The letters from the Licensing Board were sent to every lodging house in the city,” said Darling, the city spokesperson, in a text message. “If new lodging houses come about, they will be required to be licensed in accordance with the law.”

The Fire Department has also been sending letters this spring citing a different state law on lodging houses, requiring the property owners to install fire sprinkler systems. The number of Fire Department letters sent was not immediately clear.

For the city license, a lodging house is defined as a house rented to four or more people who are not within the “second degree of kindred.” That would mean the relationship of an aunt or uncle, grandparent, niece or nephew, half-sibling.

Fire sprinklers are required for lodging houses with six or more people. Installing the sprinkler systems can cost tens of thousands of dollars.

This latest enforcement push follows one that took place in the spring of 2023, weeks after a fire in a rooming house on Acushnet Avenue left two people dead. It turned out that the house had no sprinkler system and a record of fire code violations. 

Mayor Jon Mitchell announced last July that the effort was getting results — six rooming houses had installed sprinkler systems, six more were installing them, two were facing city legal action, and five had shut down.

At least three sober houses were included in that enforcement push — one had a sprinkler system, one was actively installing a system, and one had ceased or reduced operations enough to not be subject to the sprinkler law.

Michael Phillips, owner of a MASH-certified sober house who received letters from both the Licensing and the Fire Department, said he was not sure what to make of it. 

“Why is this happening?” said Phillips, who owns the Courage to Change house on Thomas Street that can accommodate up to 13 men. “This is a MASH-certified house … I thought we were all set.”

The certification is not protection against enforcement of state laws on lodging house licenses and fire sprinklers. The state’s second highest court has ruled that the sprinkler law applies to sober houses. That decision by the Appeals Court in 2020 has so far been the last word on the case that originated in 2017, when a sober house operator in Fitchburg challenged that city’s enforcement of the state sprinkler law.

Scott Boucher said he received Fire Department letters in April, and the Licensing Department letters on June 14. He and his wife, Dawn, own two sober houses on Sears Street. He called this “selective enforcement” targeting a sober house, and challenges the claim that he’s running a public lodging or rooming house. 

In an interview and in written appeals to the state Automatic Sprinkler Appeals Board, part of the Massachusetts Fire Safety Commission, Boucher argued that his houses do not meet the six-person threshold for fire sprinklers. 

The 12 Sears St. house, which the city property record categorizes as “single family,” accommodates five women in recovery. The house at 6 Sears St., listed as “two family” in the city record, has one unit on the first floor, one on the second, each housing five women, Boucher said.

He said each unit has its own kitchen and bathroom and operates independently, and would not be subject to a sprinkler requirement if it were occupied by five related people.

Scott Boucher, owner of Dawn’s New Day sober house, stands in the living room of the Sears Street home. Credit: Eleonora Bianchi / The New Bedford Light

He argued that a sober house should not be equated with a lodging or rooming house. 

“We are NOT OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC,” Boucher wrote in a two-page appeal mailed to the agency. “We have a rigorous intake process to determine eligibility only to women in recovery who AGREE TO ALCOHOL and DRUG FREE accountability.”

Dawn Boucher emailed a more simple appeal to the Licensing Department, asking for “reasonable accommodation as an alternative to the lodging application” for the two houses. 

Boucher said the estimates he’s been given so far for installing the fire sprinkler system, including the finish work, come to more than $90,000.

Michael Phillips, owner of the sober house on Thomas Street, said he’s been given estimates of $50,000 to $70,000 — money he said he doesn’t have. 

There is a relatively new state grant program for sober houses facing these costs, but the money in the first budget allocation does not appear sufficient to meet  demand.

Menzdorf, of MASH, said the organization working with the Department of Housing and Community Development has run a sprinkler grant program that launched about 18 months ago. The grants up to $80,000 per home are available to MASH-certified homes that have been operating for at least a year and found to be maintaining proper standards.

The first allocation was $3.8 million, she said, about half of which has already been committed to 27 sober houses across Massachusetts. There are 60 to 70 pending applications for grants, Menzdorf said, and a request for a new allocation did not make it into the state’s most recent budget.

City takes some sober houses to court

The city has filed a housing court case against Calderia LLC, the operator of the sober house at 52 Ash St., over building code violations. Five people currently live at the property.

A judge issued a warrant to inspect the property in May after the city received anonymous complaints that there was unpermitted construction and the property was being operated as a sober house.

As a result of that inspection, the city cited Calderia for violations of the electrical, plumbing, building, fire, and architectural access codes.

The violations included a citation for a large bulge in one wall, which an inspector testified was unlike anything he had ever seen before. Other building code violations included citations for a lack of guardrails and handrails on the porch, a cracked storm door, water damage on the roof, and a bathroom that was boarded up. A fire escape had not received a required five-year inspection.

The city also cited unpermitted electrical and plumbing work, and for not having fire sprinklers. Additionally, the property was cited for not meeting accessibility requirements.

Earlier this month, the city asked a judge to issue an injunction that would require Calderia to stop operating the property as a sober house, relocate all five residents, and fix the violations.

Andrew Tine, a lawyer representing Calderia, said the citations at 52 Ash St. were “nitpicking,” and pointed to the citation for a cracked storm door. He said the electrical work was only for a few wires, and it’s common practice not to pull permits for minor work.

“If someone wants to bust your chops, they can say you should have gotten an electrician involved,” Tine said. “The laundry list they came up with, to me, looks like someone said, ‘Go in there and find everything you can.’”

Tine also took issue with the property’s citations for violating accessibility codes, including wheelchair access requirements. He said sober houses could not exist if they all had to comply with accessibility requirements.

He said he thinks the city is targeting sober houses. Four sober house operators have contacted him in the last three weeks, he said.

In court filings, Tine wrote that the city did not provide his client with the required written notice of the violations before filing a court case, which is “unusual” and “indicative of discriminatory purpose.”

“The city has veered from its typical approach for handling these types of violations because in the ‘big picture’ the neighbors are complaining about the use of this property as a sober home in ‘their neighborhood’ and this is not about the city working with a Property owner to make a property safe,” the filing said.

Tine’s filings cite the Dover Amendment, a state law that protects congregate living environments for disabled people from discrimination.

On Friday, Housing Court Judge Donna Salvidio ordered Calderia to get the proper construction permits and come back for another hearing in July, though she did not grant the city’s request to move residents out. Instead, the property must keep its current occupancy at five or fewer residents, which is below the six-person threshold for the sprinkler law to kick in.

In the meantime, Calderia has asked the city for a “reasonable accommodation” under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Fair Housing Act to be exempted from accessibility requirements.

The sober house at Ash Street is not the only property facing court action by the city. On June 13, city inspectors entered a sober house at 7 Plymouth St. after a judge issued a warrant allowing them to inspect the property.

Caezar D’Amante, the owner of Freedom House at 7 Plymouth St., waits for the city inspectors to arrive. Credit: Eleonora Bianchi / The New Bedford Light

Ward 5 residents raised concerns about the house because the owner and a resident are registered sex offenders. Caezar D’Amante, the owner, was convicted of “dissemination of matter harmful to minors” in 2012 and “trafficking of persons for sexual servitude” in 2016, his public registration shows.

Matt Silva, a building inspector, along with a plumbing and an electrical inspector, were at the inspection last week. Also on hand were two inspectors from the city Health Department. 

Before he went into the house, Silva said his department got word from neighbors that it appeared there was some sort of work going on in the house. Meanwhile, department records showed no permits had been issued for work in the house. 

All five inspectors went into the house shortly after 2 p.m., and were inside for about 40 minutes. 

After the inspection, Silva said there were no apparent violations. Whatever work was going on was “not to the extent that I had heard.” He said there is still a question of how the owner intends to use the house. He said one person is living there, but there is more than one bed in the house. 

“It’s going to be more than one person living here,” Silva said. He said no further steps were planned at the moment, but much depends on how the owner decides to use the house. 

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Conozca el incidente que se registró en el Metro de Quito este 19 de junio ¿Hubo solución?

El Metro de Quito, este 19 de junio, comunicó a los usuarios que se presentaría una “restricción de velocidad” de sus trenes, entre las estaciones Recreo y Cardenal de la Torre.

De acuerdo a información oficial, dicho inconveniente provocó una demora en la movilización de los trenes. Es decir, la espera por un tren incrementó de cinco a ocho minutos.

El anuncio del Metro generó el malestar de los usuarios, quienes en redes sociales criticaron que el ingreso a las estaciones fue demoroso.

Mientras se reportaba que la estación de Solanda estaba cerrada, otros usuarios, como rescata Primicias, manifestaron que “un trayecto de 15 minutos les tomó una hora de estación a estación”.

  • Así terminó la persona que cayó a los rieles del Metro de Quito ¿Cómo fue el procedimiento de rescate?

¿Qué generó inconvenientes en el Metro?

Pasadas las 08:00, el Metro de Quito indicó que los problemas de operación respondieron a “un posible fallo detectado en un dispositivo de señalización ferroviaria”.

En fotos de redes sociales, se expusieron las largas filas de personas en estaciones como: La Magdalena, Recreo y Morán Valverde.

La movilidad de los trenes en el Metro volvió a fluir con normalidad a las 10:17. (I)

📌 #Comunicado 📃

— Metro de Quito (@MetrodeQuito) June 19, 2024


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Entérese de los cierres viales que se llevarán a cabo en Calderón hasta el 21 de junio ¿Cuál es el motivo?

La Empresa Pública Metropolitana de Movilidad y Obras Públicas (Epmmop), este 19 de junio, dio a conocer que se ejecutarán cierres viales en el centro de Calderón, norte de la capital. Dichos bloqueos, que ya iniciaron hoy, se llevarán a cabo hasta el 21 de junio.

Los cierres viales, según la entidad municipal, responden a la construcción de una estructura para el soterramiento de cables de telecomunicaciones.

La Administración Zonal Calderón lidera esta actividad que, a más del soterramiento -que realiza Epmmop-, considera trabajos de regeneración urbana, remodelación e iluminación integral del parque central, entre otros.

#SenderoSeguro | Desde hoy hasta el 21 de junio hay cierres viales en el centro de Calderón por trabajos de soterramiento de cables de telecomunicaciones.

Conoce las intersecciones en las que intervendremos aquí➡

— Obras Quito (@ObrasQuito) June 19, 2024

Vías que se cerrarán en Calderón

La intervención de la Epmmop se ejecutará en las siguientes vías:

Miércoles 19 de junio:

  • Quitus y av. Carapungo
  • Lizardo Becerra y av. Carapungo (sentido este)

Jueves 20 de junio:

  • Lizardo Becerra y av. Carapungo (sentidos oeste y norte)
  • Carapungo y Duchicela
  • Carapungo y Panamericana Norte

Viernes 21 de junio:

  • Serange y av. Carapungo
  • Punin y av. Carapungo


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Short thundery showers expected during 2nd half of June, with some warm & humid nights

MSS releases weather report for 2nd half of June

Be sure to have an umbrella if you’re heading out for lunch.

The Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) said there are likely to be short-duration thundery showers in the late morning or afternoon on most days for the rest of June.

However, the weather should remain warm, with some nights expected to be humid as well. Temperatures may remain above 28°C at night, notably over the southern and eastern coastal areas of Singapore.

Short-duration thundery showers expected on most days in 2nd half of June

MSS said in a media release that prevailing Southwest Monsoon conditions are likely to continue in the next two weeks

Short-duration thundery showers are expected on most days in the late morning and afternoon for the rest of June.

Source: bigbossw25g on Flickr

On some of these days, the showers can get heavy due to large-scale convergence of winds over Singapore.

There might also be widespread thundery showers with strong winds between the pre-dawn hours and morning on one or two days.

Regardless, the total rainfall for the second half of June is forecasted to be near average over most parts of the island.

Temperatures expected to remain warm despite rain

Despite the forecasted rain, the daily maximum temperatures are likely to range between 33°C and 34°C on most days.

MSS warned that temperatures could even reach a high of slightly above 34°C on a few days.

Nights are also expected to be warm and humid, with temperatures likely to remain above 28°C. This is especially the case over the southern and eastern coastal areas of Singapore.

Highest daily maximum temperature was 35.5°C in 1st half of June

In its review of the past two weeks, MSS said Southwest Monsoon conditions prevailed over Singapore and the surrounding region.

MSS also highlighted the weather conditions last Tuesday (11 June) where strong day-time heating led to moderate to heavy thundery showers in the late afternoon.

The agency shared that the daily total rainfall of 90.8mm recorded around Lim Chu Kang that day was the highest rainfall recorded over the first fortnight of June.

The daily maximum temperatures for the period were also pretty high, falling above 33°C on most days.

Meanwhile, the highest daily maximum temperature of 35.5°C was recorded at Admiralty on 11 June 2024.

It did rain a lot — about half of the island recorded above-average rainfall in the first fortnight the month.

While Kranji registered rainfall of 200% above average, Sentosa registered rainfall of 53% below average.

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Featured image adapted from Choo Yut Shing on Flickr.

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Justin Timberlake charged with drink driving, arresting officer was supposedly too young to recognise him

Justin Timberlake arrested for driving while intoxicated in New York

Justin Timberlake has been charged with driving while intoxicated.

The pop star and 90s heartthrob was arrested on Tuesday (18 June) after being pulled over for running a stop sign and driving on the wrong side of the road, the BBC reported.

Source: @Variety on X

He has since been released without bail, but not before the news of his arrest — as well as his mugshot and a photo of him in handcuffs — went viral on social media.

Pulled over for ignoring stop sign & veering out of traffic lane

According to a police statement posted by People, Timberlake ignored a stop sign and failed to “maintain his lane of travel” while driving his 2025 BMW in Sag Harbor, an affluent town in the Hamptons, New York.

The incident occurred around 12.37am.

Source: @jessicabiel on Instagram

An officer pulled the 43-year-old singer over and arrested him after determining that he was “in an intoxicated condition”.

The BBC reported that Timberlake was described to have “bloodshot and glassy” eyes. There was also a “strong odour of an alcoholic beverage . . . emanating from his breath”.

Despite claiming that he only had “one martini”, his speech was slowed, he “performed poorly” on all sobriety tests, and he allegedly refused to take a breathalyser test, the New York Post noted.

Timberlake was subsequently taken into custody and held overnight before being arraigned at 9.30am.

The Daily Mail published a photo of a handcuffed Timberlake walking from police headquarters to the Sag Harbor Village Justice Court, where he was charged with one count of driving while intoxicated.

Justin Timberlake arrested

Source: Daily Mail

He was later released on his own recognizance and is scheduled to return to court for a hearing on 27 July.

Arresting officer reportedly didn’t know who pop star was

One amusing detail that emerged was that the arresting officer was supposedly too young to recognise Timberlake, who was part of the boy band NSYNC before launching a successful solo career in the early 2000s.

A source told Page Six that Timberlake muttered “this is going to ruin the tour” under his breath upon being pulled over.

When the officer asked: “What tour?”, the singer replied: “The world tour.”

Justin Timberlake arrested

Source: @justintimberlake on Instagram

Timberlake, who is married to actress Jessica Biel and has two children with her, is in the midst of his ‘Forget Tomorrow’ World Tour.

The Sun reported that he is due back in court on the same day his tour kicks off in Europe.

However, his team is seeing what they can do is ensure that his concert in Poland goes ahead as planned.

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Claudio Lozano: Un artista que lleva sus raíces ecuatorianas a nivel internacional

Claudio Leonardo Lozano Ojeda inició en el campo artístico a los 14 años hallando un gusto por ser bajista y aportando a bandas locales de su tierra Loja. A sus 15 años conoció por primera vez un estudio profesional siendo esto un impulso en lo que sería su carrera como compositor y cantautor.

Dentro de sus años de juventud recorrió gran parte del sur de Ecuador y parte de Perú, ubicando sus canciones en los primeros sitiales de las radios más importantes, llegando a conseguir una aceptación impresiónate en jóvenes y adultos.

Junto a su hermano Mauro Lozano, Claudio crea la orquesta “Los Lozano”, abriéndose camino a nivel local y nacional, es ahí donde promocionan la canción Vuelve a Mí, tema con el que se apertura uno de los conciertos más grandes que se han realizado en la ciudad de Loja como es del artista Marco Antonio Solís.

Los Lozano en un corto tiempo de mostrarse a la gente obtuvieron un reconocimiento único es así que compartieron escenario con varios artistas de talla internacional, demostrando siempre su humildad a través del talento. Para el año 2012 reciben el Mérito Artístico Loja, merito que se basaba en la constancia profesionalismo y proyección artística.

El mismo año Claudio viaja a los Estados Unidos para poder buscar su crecimiento artístico y empresarial, es así que en noviembre de 2012 se presenta por primera vez en EEUU en Newark dando un show de talla Internacional abriéndole puertas en todo el país.

Su trabajo le ha permitido recibir reconocimientos importantes:

  • Reconocimiento Especial en Newark, New Jersey 2013
  • Revelación Artística en el 8vo Desfile Mundial New York 2014
  • Revelación Artística en el Área  Tri Estatal de New Jersey, Pensilvania y Connecticut 2014
  • Reconocimientos por la comunidad Hispana en el desfile de new Jersey 2015
  • Artista y líder comunitario 2016
  • Reconocimiento de la City Of Union City 2018 como persona y artista destacado.
  • Reconocimiento a la trayectoria profesional por el Consulado General del Ecuador en New Jersey 2019
  • Mérito Artístico por la Asamblea Nacional del Ecuador 2020
  • Entre otros méritos y reconocimientos Claudio Lozano ha recibido importantes Certificados del Senado de los estados Unidos como también por parte del Gobierno Estatal y Federal del País donde reside.
  • Artista Heineken
  • Artista independiente, invitado a celebrar los 20 años de carrera artística de Elvis Crespo, es ahí donde recibe el apodo The King of Cumbia (El rey de la cumbia).

Vale recalcar que como artista empresario y líder comunitario Claudio Lozano ha participado en cada una de las actividades desde su llegada a USA por lo que es fácil decir su nombre y que sea ubicado como un referente y ejemplo a seguir tanto para los jóvenes como para cada migrante que llega al país del norte

Con este impulso, Lozano abre su plaza y participa de varios festivales Hispanos como también americano con sus temas producidos ya en EEUU como Me Vas a Extrañar y Mi Razón de Ser, temas que se les otorgaron los permisos de la difusión y la reedición a su estilo, es así que la Banda Mexicana Ms que al ver su talento aprueba sus producciones apoyando a Claudio en este camino musical.

En el año 2020 promociona su sencillo “Prohibido” con una fusión entre cumbia y salsa, interpretado junto a la reconocida cantante ecuatoriana Lila Flores, con una producción en la capital del mundo New York la cual fue dirigida por el mismo artista, al igual que su Pre-Producción y post Producción lo que alcanzo varios medios en México y Latinoamérica.

En el mismo año promociona otra de sus producciones “A ti te da igual” de su propia autoría, tema que alcanza en poco tiempo varias listas de reproducción en las plataformas digitales y la cual esta está inscrita para los Grammy Latinos.

Para el 2022 es llamado para ser parte de la producción del tema  “Beber Para Olvidar”, del compositor Gabriel Lozano ex compañero de música, al estilo de ranchera popular, el tema llego muy lejos por su gran calidad en producción audiovisual y artística.

En el 2023 lanza su álbum completo llamado SUEÑOS con un evento en la ciudad de Elizabeth New Jersey donde tuvo grandes invitados Internacionales como los cantantes del grupo Niche, evento el cual fue un Sold Out marcando una nueva era para los artistas latinos en USA.


Luego de 13 años fuera de su tierra natal, de haber estado en un país ajeno, regresa con fuerza, haciendo un homenaje a unos de los más grandes de la música ecuatoriana  como es el Ruiseñor de América, Julio Jaramillo.

Con el apoyo de Kako Álvarez productor colombiano y bajista de grandes talento como Becky G y Silvestre Dangod y el sonidista Boris Millan quien fue su vocal coach y director en el mix y master, Claudio Lozano presenta “Nuestro Juramento” tema que al son de la cumbia, regresa a la tierra que lo vio nacer, con mucha ilusión emoción y una nueva visón de la producción en materia musical.

Lozano se desempaña también en el ámbito empresarial con su empresa Lozano Corpla la cual se subdivide en diferentes negocios: Lozano Group (marketing y publicidad) L&G Multiservices (servicios de migración) Taylor Led (pantallas led), Dayota Wrap & Lozano Band. (E)



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La plataforma digital de Banco del Austro, que agiliza el proceso de calificación de los créditos vehiculares, recibió un reconocimiento por Fintech Américas 2024

Banco del Austro ha recibido el máximo galardón con el Premio platino a los innovadores financieros otorgado por Fintech Américas 2024 en la convención celebrada, en Miami.

Paúl Ochoa, vicepresidente de transformación de Banco del Austro, tuvo el honor de recibirlo en la categoría de Innovación del modelo de negocio, reflejando así el excepcional trabajo abordando con éxito soluciones digitales disruptivas y de alto impacto para nuestros clientes; especialmente en el desarrollo de finanzas embebidas de la institución.

“Es un honor recibir este premio que reconoce el arduo trabajo y dedicación de todo nuestro equipo en Banco del Austro. Este logro refleja nuestro compromiso constante con la innovación y la excelencia en el ámbito financiero”, dijo Paúl Ochoa, vicepresidente de transformación de Banco del Austro.

El proyecto que hizo merecedor de este premio a Banco del Austro es la innovación “Credivehículos BDA”, un proyecto que se ha destacado como un referente en el financiamiento vehicular en Ecuador abordando con éxito las necesidades de los asesores de los concesionarios y ejecutivos del Banco. A través de una plataforma digital, el banco agiliza el proceso de calificación de créditos vehiculares, ofreciendo respuestas en línea en menos de cinco minutos. Este innovador producto digital surgió del firme compromiso de Banco del Austro con la comunidad y su dedicación a satisfacer todas sus necesidades.

Es así que, esta herramienta diseñada para que los asesores de concesionarios puedan agilizar significativamente sus trámites, ha generado un notable logro que se refleja en el crecimiento de 255 % en nuevos créditos vehiculares colocados por el banco desde su lanzamiento en septiembre de 2023; esto solamente en cuatro meses en referencia a diciembre del mismo año.

  • Banco del Austro premia el ahorro de sus clientes

El éxito de esta aplicación es innegable, y Banco del Austro no se detiene ahí. En su constante búsqueda de innovación y de ofrecer beneficios adicionales a sus clientes, el banco planea expandir las capacidades de esta herramienta digital. Las futuras mejoras incluirán la incorporación de otros segmentos del mercado automotriz, como el financiamiento de vehículos usados y vehículos eléctricos. Esta expansión permitirá a más clientes disfrutar de las ventajas de esta solución digital, mejorando su experiencia y facilitando el cumplimiento de sus objetivos financieros y de movilidad.

Este logro posiciona a Banco del Austro como líder en innovación en Ecuador y resalta su destacada labor en el ámbito financiero. La institución se siente honrada y entusiasmada por este reconocimiento, que refleja su compromiso con la entrega de soluciones financieras innovadoras y de vanguardia para sus clientes. (PR)

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