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PAP Government Wields POFMA on Thum Ping Tjin's Criticisms of POFMA

In the latest of the PAP government's spree on clamping down dissent, it has issued Dr Thum Ping Tjin and website New Naratif a POFMA correction order over an 8 May video about POFMA. The video, entitled “The Show with PJ Thum - Ep 8 - How bad laws are created and abused in Singapore (A POFMA case study)”, raised issues about the government's use of POFMA as a tool to silence criticisms against the government. Shooting itself in the face, the PAP government proceeded to invoke POFMA on Dr Thum's video.

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Starbucks Branch At Liat Towers Gave Pleasant Surprise

Starbucks Branch At Liat Towers Gave Pleasant Surprise

Because yesterday i feel moody so i put some note at the GrabFood app. Then i'm surprised the Starbucks gave me a free drink. i checked the receipt again maybe i order wrong, but it is not. Maybe because of the note i wrote, so Starbucks gave me a free drink to cheer me up. They also wrote sweet messages for me and really made my day.

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Covid19: More People Wearing Face Masks Improperly

Covid19: More People Wearing Face Masks Improperly

During this Circuit Breaker, the use of face masks when going outdoors is compulsory. A failure to wear a mask can lead to a $300 fine. However our contributor thinks there seems to be more people wearing their face masks incorrectly these days. One of the wrong ways include wearing their masks under their noses or loose masks.

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Raised Kerb At Rivervale Crescent Linkway A Tripping Hazard

Raised Kerb At Rivervale Crescent Linkway A Tripping Hazard

This poor boy was walking beside his mummy along a linkway at 178B Rivervale Crescent. He then kicked onto this raised concrete kerb and fell down. This linkway is newly renovated by Pasir Ris Punggol Town Council. Before renovation, there was no raised kerb. But after renovation, this kerb was installed and became a tripping hazard. This kerb can be dangerous to both the young and elderly.

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Covid19: ST Engineering Assembly Operators Allegedly Handled Surgical Masks Without Wearing Gloves

Covid19: ST Engineering Assembly Operators Allegedly Handled Surgical Masks Without Wearing Gloves

Minister for Trade and Industry (MTI) Chan Chun Sing recently updated on his Facebook about Singapore's face mask strategies. This Facebook post included photographs of Chan Chun Sing visiting ST Engineering's mask production facility in Feburary 2020. However some sharp-eyed netizens noticed the photographs captured a few assembly line operators without gloves.

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Covid19: Building Control Authority Should Disallow Payment Of Fines Using MCST Funds

Covid19: Building Control Authority Should Disallow Payment Of Fines Using MCST Funds

Four residents were fined on 20 April 2020 for not practising safe distancing in their condominiums and a management corporation (MCST) for not closing its common facilities. However, I am concerned over the $1,000 fine imposed on the condominium in Amber Road. Who is responsible for this lapse? To allow the fine to be paid using the common MCST fund would mean that all the residents in the condominium are guilty of the offence or are they?

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Covid19: Unethical Zaobao Journalist Published Story Taken From Instagram Without Permission

A Zaobao journalist known on IG as @songpei published a story on an NTU student who had Covid19, and took pictures from the latter's Instagram story without permission. The journalist had tried to ask the student for an interview about his experience with Covid, but the student declined and rejected him. However, he still went ahead to publish the story with the latter's IG pictures, and even details of his family members.

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COVID19: Ang Moh Roller-Skiing on Road in CBD During CB

If you recall, some time in January, a Caucasian man was seen skiing on the road in the CBD area. Netizens questioned if it posed a danger to motorists but there was no news of any warning given to him. Now, we are seeing an ang moh again in the CBD once again doing a "roller-skiing" workout, presumably due to emptier road conditions during the circuit breaker.

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COVID19: Scoot Cabin Crew Seen Throwing Singapore Passport Was Doing #DontRushChallenge

COVID19: Scoot Cabin Crew Seen Throwing Singapore Passport Was Doing #DontRushChallenge

A Scoot cabin crew member was seen throwing a Singapore passport at the end of a Tiktok clip she uploaded to her account a few days ago. Netizens were infuriated by her act of disrespecting the valuable Singapore passport. However, it turns out that the clip was part of a series of videos merged together in a DontRushChallenge video by cabin crew members as they are understandably bored during the circuit breaker.

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