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Lee Kuan Yew Knew Exactly What He Wanted, Anyone Else Dare Say Otherwise?

Lee Kuan Yew Knew Exactly What He Wanted, Anyone Else Dare Say Otherwise?

In submissions to the tribunal, Woon described the Law Society’s argument – that Suet Fern and Hsien Yang deliberately cut Kwa Kim Li out and got Lee to execute his last will in her absence, and misleading him as to its contents – as being “totally implausible”.

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MSM UNDER-REPORTED ATTENDANCE FOR SILENT PROTEST, THOUSANDS WERE THERE!

Former NSP Sec-Gen Lim Tean claimed the MSM had "grossly under-reported" the number of attendees for the Hong Lim Park silent protest against the "blatant racialism" of the Elected Presidency. He also thanked Tan Cheng Bock for turning up.

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PERFECTLY FINE TO CHOPE SEATS USING TISSUE, WHY ARE PPL ANGRY ABOUT THIS?

An angry reader who repeatedly wrote in to The Straits Times about choping seats in Singapore claimed his letters were never published. He sent us his post instead as he really wanted to get his message across - that it is fine to chop seats in Singapore, be it using "human choping" or "tissue choping".

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LTA: STRAITS TIMES FALSELY REPORTED ABOUT LRT COLLISION AT SENGKANG

Orh hor, the Straits Times anyhow report that two LRTs collided at Sengkang! In its clarification today, the Land Transport Authority explained that ST's article was "erroneous" and "misleading" as there was no collision on the LRT line. It said the two LRTs were actually coupled and travelling as one train when it suddenly stalled, causing passengers to lose their balance. LTA believed people may have gotten the wrong impression that the trailing train-car collided with the one in front.

It assured the public that all passengers were alright as the staff manually drove them to another station safely.

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