Daily Briefing: Woman's leg stuck in platform gap at Boon Keng MRT; Westwood Residences unveils lower prices for units

And 'misleading ingredients' unsettle Singapore mums.

An Indian lady in her 40s had her right leg stuck in the platform gap at Boon Keng MRT station on Thursday morning, the Singapore Civil Defence Force confirmed. View more here.

Westwood Residences, a 480-unit executive condominium (EC) development in Jurong West has unveiled an indicative price of S$800 psf, down six percent compared to the price of nearby Lake Life EC when it was launched in November last year, media reports revealed. View more here.

News that hugely popular baby food brands Plum Organic and Gerber were accused by a non-profit consumer watchdog of deceptive marketing over product ingredients has distressed some mothers in Singapore. View more here.

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