Heng's minimart at postcode 510567 (Pasir Ris St 51). Over the years business has grown so much so that there is a complete disregard for hygiene, misuse of unmarked common areas, storage of foodstuff in utility compartments, preparing and selling food at common area and disregard for the safety of residents.
Lawrence Wong finally admitted to reporters on 8 June 2020 that at least half of Singapore's Covid19 cases show no symptoms. In their usual manner, Lawrence Wong and the Covid19 Ministerial Task Force did not disclose how many of the confirmed cases were asymptomatic. What is more startling is that Elections Department (ELD) announced some measures for safe voting on the same day. If the PAP decides to hold a General Elections this year, which many speculate is in July 2020, Singaporean voters may go to the polls while Covid19 is potentially still around.
A YouTube Channel to share everything about Singapore has caught the attention of many local netizens. The Channel aims to make Singapore "feel like a home" to its viewers by answering all queries about Singapore such as travel, work and things to do here. Netizens have voiced concerned about Singaporeans losing jobs and reducing income amid the pandemic. With this YouTuber encouraging more FTs to seek employment here and the supposed facilitation by CECA, Singaporeans worry that they will have to struggle for PMET jobs vacancies.
It was reported that a sum of $35 million provided as wage subsidies to 32 commercial firms had been returned to the government. Apparently, these companies do not need money from our reserves. Another 29 companies also reported that they do not wish to receive further wage subsidies. No amount has been stated or how much they would receive had they not declined. Why are there no background checks carried out before large swaths of money are given away?
As a minister paid by taxpayers, Grace Fu should be condemning the AMDKs in the strongest possible terms for flagrantly flouting our CB laws and endangering others instead of blaming Singaporeans for being "xenophobic". How does demanding for EQUAL TREATMENT under the law be misconstrued as being "xenophobic" is anyone's guess.
Now, I have been complaining to the NPP and even made many 999 calls regarding a group of people who flouted social distancing laws for a very long time! Til today, they stil persist in their unlawful activities!
Spotted a man working out within the prohibited area 28 May 2020 at 6:10pm underneath his block. I calmly walked to him to remind him not to stay on the wrong side of the law, he told me off rudely. Hence. I took this picture and hopefully his family members and friends could help educate him when seen this post.
Due to the outbreak of Covid19 in many foreign worker dormitories, the Minister of Manpower (MOM) Josephine Teo has been in the spotlight. At many press conferences where she had to address various issues relating to the high incidence of migrant workers infection, her most frequently-uttered word is none other than “dormitory” (ies). Josephine Teo's pronunciation of the biggest keyword in Singapore’s Covid-19 vocabulary today could have been off-key — and often, distractingly inconsistent. In the case of Josephine Teo, her pronunciation of “dormitory” may have strayed from habit due to the great stress the D word has put upon the nation and her. Confronting or uttering it could even be upsetting.
Recently seeing a surge in FTs having a lot to say about Singapore, where they are living and working in. In this case, this guy reading an article made by the NYtimes, and trying to shit on Singapore?