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Covid19: Ho Ching Tells Sinkies to Stop Yelping Like A Spoilt Kid!

After admitting that the 4G leadership made mistakes in handling the Covid19 situation, she now turns her aim at Singaporeans to scold them for complaining about NTUC service fees for online delivery. Ho Ching still has the cheek to ask people who "wishes to have delivery for free, to please step up and volunteer to do delivery for the rest of us." She goes on to tell them to "stop yelping like a spoilt kid wanting more and more without putting in any effort to help others."

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Covid19: Ho Ching Says 4G Leadership Underestimated the Virus and Made Mistakes in Recalling Singaporeans Back

PM Lee Hsien Loong wife now ownself admit that the government made a mistake in recalling Singaporeans back home when they saw the numbers of infected people spiking overseas. This mistake was further compounded by the fact that the government allowed these returnees to go home with only stay home notices, meaning that those with the virus could potentially go on to infect other members of their households and the entire society at large.

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Covid 19: AMK Town Council & NEA Continue to Turn a Blind Eye Against Bird Feeders Who Litter Estate

With the virus going around, and circuit breaker, people at Hougang Ave 8 are still going around to do funny things like feed birds. It is an offence to feed birds. They will dirty the environment with droppings, and leftover food from pigeon feeding may attract other pests like rats, which carry diseases and pose a risk to our health.

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Frustrated Residents in Ang Mo Kio Cannot WFH, HBL, Because of Inconsiderate Neighbour's Noise Pollution

Residents at Blk 116 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4 have been suffering from noise pollution coming from a unit on the 3rd floor, and with the circuit breaker measures in place, it has become even more frustrating as many now have to work or study from home. Everyday from 11am to 11pm daily, that unit will blast extremely loud music disturbing the entire block.

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Restaurant & Bar Hoteliers Alliance Come Together To Raise Funds For Single Mother Whose Flat was Burnt Down

On Good Friday, a fire swept through a 10th-floor HDB flat in Sengkang belonging to a single mother and her 3 children. The fire damaged the entire master bedroom, toilets, and sewerage pipes, as well as part of the living room. Her upstairs neighbour's toilet was also damaged and she might have to pay for those damages. To help her out, the Restaurant & Bar Hoteliers Alliance (RBHA) came together to raise funds for this poor family during this time of need.

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SG Clean Ambassador Seen Eating At Hawker Centre

SG Clean Ambassador Seen Eating At Hawker Centre

A netizen submitted photos of a SG Clean Ambassador sitting and eating in a hawker centre on 14 April 2020. Based on the pictures, the incident happpened at Serangoon Gardens Chomp Chomp hawker centre. One of the prevailing Circuit Breaker (CB) measures states that most people can no longer dine in food establishments such as hawker centres. So are SG Clean Ambassadors exempted from this CB measure? Clean & Green Singapore eventually clarified that SG Clean Ambassadors are not permitted to eat at hawker centres as well.

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Is Singapore's Gold Standard Of Handling COVID-19 Outshone By Taiwan?

Will Singapore's Gold Standard Of Handling COVID-19 Be Outshone By Taiwan?

Singapore was previously hailed by Harvard researchers as having the "Gold Standard" in detecting new infections. However it looks like the gold may be losing its shine as daily cases have been rising since then. Many Singapore netizens have praised Taiwanese Ministers for doing a great job in controlling the infection. Some netizens also say they have a higher expectation for Singapore, especially when Taiwanese politicians are paid a fraction of their Singaporean counterparts.

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Ravi Philemon Exposes Hypocrisy Of Certain Politicians Doing Walkabouts During Circuit Breaker

Ravi Philemon Exposes Hypocrisy Of Certain Politicians Doing Walkabouts During Circuit Breaker

A PAP MP and potential candidate were recently seen attempting to score political points by doing walkabouts despite Circuit Breaker. However political veteran Ravi Philemon showed the hypocrisy of certain politicians in a recent Facebook post. Ravi Philemon featured a screenshot of a selfless community activist, who continued with charitable deeds in a discreet and caring manner. The screenshot revealed how community activists buy and drop off groceries at ungodly hours, just to avoid physical contact with the vulnerable.

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Singapore PM's Wife Ho Ching Strains Diplomatic Ties With Taiwan Over Masks Donation

Singapore PM's Wife Ho Ching Strains Diplomatic Ties With Taiwan Over Masks Donation

Ho Ching, the wife of Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, stirred controversy in response to the Taiwanese news article about the face masks being donated to Singapore. She simply wrote "Errrr..." on Facebook. Many Taiwanese netizens expressed their anger and unhappiness with Ho Ching's comment. Faced with such online backlash, keen-eyed netizens noticed that Ho Ching had quietly deleted this controversial Facebook post. There was no official word on why the post was removed.

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