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Partner of Growing Up actress Irin Gan dies, Entertainment, Singapore News

Former actress Irin Gan announced on Thursday (July 25) that her partner, Hawk Tan, has died. She wrote in a Facebook post: “You have been so strong and positive to the last min(ute), second. Truly a fighter.” “I guess God has a better plan for you, and you are in a much better place now.” Irin, however, did not reveal details of Tan’s death. Messages of condolences poured in after the announcement, with some of her friends urging her to take care of herself and to stay strong. Dearest Baby, You…

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Husband of Growing Up actress Irin Gan dies, Entertainment, Singapore News

SINGAPORE – Former actress Irin Gan announced on Thursday (July 25) that her husband Hawk Tan has died. She wrote in a Facebook post: “You have been so strong and positive to the last min(ute), second. Truly a fighter.” “I guess God has a better plan for you, and you are in a much better place now.” Irin, however, did not reveal details of her husband’s death. Messages of condolences poured in after the announcement, with some of her friends urging her to take care of herself and to stay strong.…

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HIV data leak: MOH aware only in 2016 that Mikhy Farrera Brochez had access to data, says Gan Kim Yong, Singapore News

While he first informed the authorities in 2012 that his partner had disclosed information about his HIV status to others and shared screenshots of this, Mikhy Farrera Brochez, the American at the centre of the leak of Singapore’s HIV Registry, was uncooperative and did not provide any evidence. The investigation hence did not make much headway, said Health Minister Gan Kim Yong in Parliament on Tuesday (Feb 12). Mr Gan was responding to questions from MPs about whether the Ministry of Health (MOH) had known about Brochez’s possible access to…

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SBS Transit CEO Gan Juay Kiat resigns over ‘personal indiscretion’, Singapore News

SINGAPORE – SBS Transit chief executive Gan Juay Kiat has tendered his resignation to take responsibility for a “personal indiscretion”. Mr Gan, 61, who has been with the ComfortDelGro-owned transport group for 11 years – first as chief operating officer, executive director, then CEO since 2010 – will serve out his notice before leaving. The Straits Times understands the incident involves an extra-marital relationship. SBS Transit, which confirmed the resignation in a Singapore Exchange filing on Friday (Dec 28), will appoint a new CEO in due course. Mr Gan, married…

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