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Fans Of Heavy Metal Bands Watch Out! Watain Petition Creator Lists More Upcoming Concerts To Ban

Fans Of Heavy Metal Bands Watch Out! Watain Petition Creator Lists More Upcoming Concerts To Ban

The woman behind the Watian petition that eventually got them banned from performing their concert in SG just one day before they are due to perform, is at it again. She has updated her petition on Monday May 13th, titled More extreme (death and black) metal bands scheduled to perform in Singapore”.

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Singaporeans Hold Hong Lim Park Speeches & Gather Signatures Against Fake News Bill, But Will They Make A Difference?

Singaporeans have expressed concerns over the proposed fake news law. Some will be taking part in an event at Hong Lim Park today while others have signed a document calling for the withdrawal of the bill. Everytime there are new changes, Singaporeans voice displeasure through petitions, speeches and discussions. Have conversations worked? Will they work? If the elites do not start listening to what people have to say, it is time Singaporeans wake up themselves and make a choice that will let us all be heard.

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Netizen Starts Petition Against Fake News Law In Singapore, Said It Stifles Freedom Of Speech

A netizen has started another petition against the fake news law in Singapore as it stifles freedom of expression in the country. Even if it is unfair, will starting a petition change things? Will people listen? What do you think?

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FARID KHAN'S MEDIA STAFF COUNSELLED FOR 'ACCIDENTALLY' SHARING PETITION

The media staff who "accidentally" shared a petition about the Rohingya crisis on Mr Farid Khan's FB has been counselled. According to his Campaign Manager, they have counselled the member and "also requested our media team to exercise extra caution henceforth. We consider that this issue has been adequately dealt with and is now closed."

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MARSILING RESIDENT STARTS PETITION FOR BY-ELECTION, CALLS FOR MORE SUPPORT

SDP volunteer and Marsiling-Yew Tee resident Abdul Salim Harun is starting a petition to call for a By-Election in the GRC after Halimah Yacob stepped down from her position. He will be doing house visits and explaining to residents the importance of a By-Election.

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PARLIAMENTARY RESPONSE TO SUNGEI ROAD MARKET PETITION DEEPLY DISAPPOINTING

There are also some inconsistency and ambiguity with the figures cited in Parliament. Out of the “200 vendors” reportedly engaged by the Government, SMS Khor said “more than 60 are receiving some form of Government assistance”, while a vague “more than 80” indicated they do not require assistance after SRM ceases on July 11. This still leaves “70 or so” vendors who are assessing their options. Simple arithimetics dictates that adding the 3 category of vendors mentioned would exceed the reported 200 “engaged” vendors.

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WOMAN STARTS PETITION TO SUE TOA PAYOH COUPLE WHO PUSHED OLD MAN

As a middle-aged woman with elderly parents, I was irked when I saw the way the young couple bullied the old man over seats at Toa Payoh Lor 8 hawker centre. The uncouth woman repeatedly used vulgarities on the old man, calling him "bloody old man", "farking old man", "what's your farking problem".

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PETITION TO RETAIN SUNGEI ROAD MARKET, BOUND TO END IN FAILURE

About 200 people have so far signed a petition calling on the authorities to either retain or conserve the Sungei Road flea market. This petition was started by Mr Koh Ah Koon, 76, the president of the Association for the Recycling of Second Hand Goods.

He said that he will continue to collect signatures for the petition, until the day the Sungei Road flea market is supposed to close down, which is in July. The market was cited by one signatory as a venue that provides the elderly hawkers a legitimate source of income and can be seen as an engagement programme for seniors - not that different from those run by community centres. The area in Sungei Road had already been earmarked for residential use.

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S'PORE SAMSUNG USERS DEMAND FULL REFUNDS FOR GALAXY NOTE 7, 1 TO 1 EXCHANGE UNACCEPTABLE!

Samsung is offering a full refund on the device in many parts of the world including Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan and the United States. Disgracefully, Samsung Singapore is only offering a 1-1 exchange and retailers are not offering refunds. Clearly, Singapore customers are getting a second class treatment when compared to the exchange offers other countries are getting. People should be allowed to chose another phone or get a complete refund and simply wait until they see which way things go for the Note 7 in future.

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