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66 YR OLD AUNTY FLIPS OVER SCALDING YONG TAU FOO SOUP, AFTER OWNER OVERCHARGE HER 70 CENTS!

Chinese media reported that a 66 year old aunty flipped table after a popular Yong Tau Foo stall assistant overcharged her $0.70 for her bowl of Yong Tau Foo.
The aunty overturned her hot bowl of Yong Tau Foo and splashed the contents onto diners around her. The aunty refused to hear any explanation by the owner and kept insisting they were out to cheat her money.

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AUTHORITIES MUST ACT DECISIVELY NOW TO STOP RENTAL BIKE ABUSE

Within a short period of June, there are already three cases of ofo bicycles abuse that resulted in police arrest. Two of the cases are bicycles being thrown down from high level and this might result to injury or even death if the bicycle had hit a passer-by.

There are two questions that the authorities should answer. First, are they waiting for something to happen before they do something with all this bicycles. The authorities should worked with the bicycle rented companies and come out with a proper solution. Second, why is the person, filming the 13 years old boy throwing the bicycle down, not arrested by police.

I understand that the news of the Lee family issues are indeed hot topic but this is a on going issue that the authorities should look into it. I do not wish to see anyone being hurt during any of the bicycle abuse accident.

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33,000 PRIVATE HIRE DRIVERS GIVEN GREEN LIGHT TO TAKE COMPULSORY COURSE

LTA has reportedly received about 39,000 applications for the Private Hire Car Driver's Vocational Licence (PDVL), of which about 33,000 have been given approval to go for the PDVL course. 500 of the approved applicants have since attended and passed the course.

LTA has also confirmed that thus far, 27,000 private-hire cars have been affixed with tamper evident decals, which must be displayed on all private-hire cars providing chauffeured services from July 1. So, the next time you take a private hire car, make sure that the decals can be seen, as required by Law. Private-hire drivers must submit their applications for the PDVL course by the end of this month (June 30) to be allowed to continue driving. They will then have a year to attend and pass the course.

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DR LEE WEI LING INSISTS OXLEY RD MINISTERIAL COMMITTEE WAS SECRET AND LACKED TRANSPARENCY

In a facebook post by Dr Lee Wei Ling, she published an infographic showing why the Ministerial Committee was secret and lacked openness to LKY's estate (herself and Mr Lee Hsien Yang). She alleged that when they asked the committee what was its purpose, they refused to divulge the membership of this committee and refused to state the terms of reference.

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BIASED NEW MEDIA SITES ACCUSE ONE ANOTHER OF FAKE NEWS OVER OXLEY RD SQUABBLE

It's painfully ironic when rabid pro-PAP media like Fabrications About The PAP and rabid anti-PAP media like States Times Review start accusing one another of fake news. When you believe that complex facts can be distilled and spun into a simple conclusion, That the truth comprises of selectively collaged photos, distorted figures, quotes taken out of context, out of whack insinuations, and motherhood statements that all conveniently fit into your political narrative,

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HEAVY DOWNPOUR CAUSED TREE TO FALL ON PIE, NO INJURIES REPORTED

The heavy rain that affected Singapore this Friday morning have caused some havoc on the PIE heading towards Changi before the Lornie Road exit. A tree branch fell on the road, blocking one lane of the expressway.

LTA confirmed via their Twitter account that at 10:14am, the tree branch fell on the expressway, causing a massive jam there. There were no reports of the tree falling on any vehicles that might have passed through during the particular time.

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LIFT FAULTS IN BRAND NEW HDB BLOCK LEAVE RESIDENTS FRUSTRATED

Residents of the 38 storey block of flats are often left disappointed and frustrated that they are facing lift problems so soon after moving in. Lifts A and B serve the ground floor and the 21st to 38th storeys. Lifts C and D serve the ground floor to the 20th storey. The lifts are from Sigma Elevator, which had been banned from tendering for new HDB projects since October 2015 due to poor performance and installation delays. They had managed to secure this project before the ban took into effect. Residents are also left worried that they might get trapped in the lift, especially those pregnant and the elderly. As a precaution, some residents have taken it upon themselves to text their family members to inform them they are in the lift, just in case a breakdown happens.

Bukit Batok Member of Parliament, Mr Murali Pillai, who had been very vocal during his election campaign, but strangely been very quiet once he got his MP position, intimated that he shares the residents' concerns and will be monitoring the situation closely.

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LEE SIBLINGS ARE FIGHTING OVER WHAT THE FATHER DID NOT SET RIGHT

A man of global fame, built up a country rich and strong, controlled and influenced almost every aspect of citizens' lives, from birth, to education, to marriage, buying a property, how to retire, how to fall sick and even where to rest after death. He is sometimes called a benovolent dictator, and yet the old man couldn't escape from petty domestic squabbles over his house. For all his intellectual might and decisiveness, he had to flip flop his will 6 or 7 times?? Why can't he make up his mind and spare us his family drama? Was he even clear minded? Or all his children and daughter-in-laws were all over him?

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NTU: REMOVAL OF CHINESE WORDS A MISUNDERSTANDING, MUST CATER FOR NON-ENGLISH SPEAKERS TOO

The Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have moved to clarify reports that the furore over the removal of Chinese signs at their foodcourt with English-only ones was a result of a misunderstanding. the incident, which understandably have riled some members of the Chinese community here, NTU assured everyone that Chinese can be used in the signage in its foodcourts, as long as the same information is also displayed in English for the benefit of non-Chinese.

NTU clarified that they embrace diversity and that they agreed that Chinese culture is an integral part of Singapore's multicultural society. The university is currently investigating how the misunderstanding over the signage occurred.

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