26 Jan '11, 2pm

The Online Citizen has been told by the police it needs to apply for three licences for its fundraising event this Sat

The Online Citizen has been told by the police it needs to apply for three licences for its fundraising event this Sat

The Online Citizen (TOC) has been told to apply for three licences for its fundraising event scheduled this Saturday. -- PHOTO: THE ONLINE CITIZEN THE police confirmed with The Straits Times on Wednesday night that website The Online Citizen (TOC) has been told to apply for three licences for its fundraising event scheduled this Saturday. Said the police in a statement issued: 'In response to media queries, police confirm that The Online Citizen was asked to provide details of its intended event and advised accordingly, to apply for the requisite permits where necessary.' TOC had announced on its site on Tuesday, that it plans to hold its fundraising event - billed as 'TOC Cassetted, Not a Political Party' - on Saturday. Later, on the same day, the police contacted the site's maintainers, saying they were required to obtain three licences before they would be allowed to go...

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