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Commentary: Josephine Teo Allegedly Stressed Until Cannot Speak Properly

Commentary: Josephine Teo Allegedly Stressed Until Cannot Speak Properly

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.

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Stop The Reemployment of High Ranking Civil Servants in Public and Statutory Boards After 62!

Most government bodies have inverted pyramid structures already. Many are 40-60 years old and draw high salaries. These bunch of post 62yo role in the organisation (civil service and public service, including Stat Board) is quite menial and most of the time is NATO role.

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Covid19: Lu Ding Ji Eatery Encountered Allegedly Abusive Sengkang Customer

Covid19: Lu Ding Ji Eatery Encountered Allegedly Abusive Sengkang Customer

Like most local restaurants, Lu Ding Ji had to adapt and allowed its customers to order food delivery during Covid19. However, Lu Ding Ji happened to encounter an impatient and "abusive" customer from Sengkang. According to screenshots provided by the restaurant, they were exchanging messages with a customer named "Seng Kang". Even when it was explained to her that the delivery person was in the midst of being contacted, the customer appeared insistent about getting a delivery timing from the restaurant. In the end, the food was delivered to the customer at 1pm.

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Pet Salon Uses Covid19 To Explain Away Price Increase

Pet Salon Uses Covid19 To Explain Away Price Increase

An experienced Japanese dog grooming service in Singapore recently announced it will be reopening on 2 June 2020. This will be the day after Circuit Breaker (CB) ends, and replaced with a slightly relaxed CB Phase 1. However this announcement by the pet groomer also mentioned a "need" to increase its pricing by $5. Their reason for this price increase was to put the blame on Covid19.

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Unused Construction Materials Block Fire Engine Accessway At Rivervale Crescent

Saw this construction materials that was put at the fire engine accessway infront Blk 180C rivervale Crescent before circuit breaker. In the event of fire outbreak, not sure if fire engine is able to access as the materials are obstructing its access.

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Covid19: Why Is The National Day Parade Still Allowed To Go On In The Midst Of a Pandemic?

Many people have been affected by Covid19. The economy is in recession, businesses are shutting, people have lost their jobs, some have taken pay cuts, and many others are apprehensive over their employment and economic stability. Yet, the government somehow thinks that it is still appropriate to go ahead with the National Day Parade this year. The NDP costs alot of money. Why isn't this money used to help the unemployed, or to supplement the income of front-line workers such as nurses and cleaners?

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Covid19: S'poreans Frustrated Over MND's OneService App In Reporting People Who Flout CB Rules

I have encountered some difficulties to report breaching of Circuit Breaker Measures and I believe a lot of people are sharing the same frustration judging from the comments on the Google Play Store for the One Service App. Is the One Service App just a token gesture by the government to pretend to collect feedback from Singaporeans, when in actual fact, it is just for show and they can't be bothered to take real action with the feedback that was given to them?

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