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Beware of Man Cheating Multiple Victims Through Waffles Franchise Scheme

Beware of Man Cheating Multiple Victims Through Waffles Franchise Scheme

I have been cheated through a franchisee scam that I’ve found in Carousell under the name of Waffles Factory. The business itself is to sell a waffle. So I’ve arrange to meet with the guy, he introducing himself as Davis Tay (Alias) with a real name of Tay Hock Chwee and he brought the waffle sample which tasted very good, unlike any waffle that I have tasted before so after I'm drawn to the product itself, I’m convinced and decided to on board as one of his franchisee.

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Netizen Wants Answers From CGH Over Events Leading To His Mother's Passing

Netizen Wants Answers From CGH Over Events Leading To His Mother's Passing

A netizen shared a shocking story about his mother's hospitalisation experience at Changi General Hospital (CGH). His account of the events leading to his mother's eventual passing surfaced questions about the state of care and professionalism of CGH.

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Customer Recounts Allegedly Unpleasant Experience With Dating Agency

A sales rep from LUNCH ACTUALLY tried to sell me a $2939.40 package for 3 matches with the benefit of choosing the type of look I wanted. So I sent them photos of two guys I may like. They introduced me this man age 59, 10 yrs my senior. I didn’t want this match but they told me he doesn’t look like his age, good looking and I won’t regret meeting him. None of my expectation were met and they refused to refund me. This unpleasant episode has deterred me from looking for another life partner totally.

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Inconsiderate Neighbour At Dover Crescent Breeding Mosquitoes

Inconsiderate Neighbour At Dover Crescent Breeding Mosquitoes

The neighbour above hangs a canvas between 2 bamboo poles so that their wet clothings can drip into it. However it also catch rainwater. I had complaint about this since Dec 2019 but only SMS to say enforcement will be taken due to dengue mosquito. I am not sure why no action taken and the canvas is still up

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PAP MP Desmond Lee And HDB Offer Empty Promise To Boon Lay Resident

PAP MP Desmond Lee And HDB Offer Empty Promise To Boon Lay Resident

Fast forward to GE 2020 week. Mr Desmond Lee who was campaigning in West Coast GRC, came to visit my home to win votes. I explained the critical issues in my HDB and I could not even have a proper conversation with him for 5mins and his assistant had to take over to record my issue while he just walked away to visit other residents. Shows how much he is willing to listen to you. He made promises to contact me within days. As of 5 September 2020, neither HDB nor the MP have responded. Thank you to the useless residents of West Coast GRC for voting for a party who only show face once every 5 years.

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Bukit Batok West Rock Residents Harassed By Noise from Neighbour's Illegal Midnight PMD Repair Workshop

Currently in 461D at West Rock, Bukit Batok West Ave 8, there is a family that has been constantly harassing the neighbours. The harassment started 6 months ago, ranging from having more than 8 kids in the corridor and making noise during the night to having a PMD repair workshop from 6pm to 6am.

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Aljunied Voter Insulted And Disappointed At Being Referred To As Free Rider

Aljunied Voter Insulted And Disappointed At Being Referred To As Free Rider

I, am a potential voter in Aljunied, and I have always identified as a opposition voter. And as Leader of the Opposition (LO) has predicted, I am genuinely insulted and disappointed at being referred to as a free rider. I still contribute to my country, as well as its reserves. If anything, please don’t be a hypocrite PM. Your party has said in Parliament, that we must not let diversity lead to polarisation among Singaporeans. But yet you are creating this divide between PAP and opposition voters.

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Commentary: On "Free Riders"

Commentary: On "Free Riders"

As I listened intuitively again to the PM’s speech on Wednesday to the Presidential address of our 14th Parliament, I can’t help but feel the current incessant attacks on the PM’s remarks about “free riders” have been taken out of context. It seemed as though the PM was desperately trying to buy his way out of the argument on the reason not to vote for the Opposition. Political discourse here should be shaped by sharp acumen, logic and sound reasoning rather than just jumping on the bandwagon to draw blood.

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Commentary: Civil Servants, Unelected Can Carry This?

Commentary: Civil Servants, Unelected Can Carry This?

Political appointees have no financial role, safe to say merely ‘approving’ the use of the $5 billion. If the PM is talking about decision making, it is the civil servants who are making the decision behind the scene, collating, presenting, advising where the draw down and transfer of money comes from. So is the prime minister trying to draw wool over people’s eyes when he said, ‘It is a big decision, S$5 billion of supplementary budget.

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