Another fire broke out today, this time affecting the Saint Andrew's Junior School in Potong Pasir on Friday. Witnesses said the canteen was filled with smoke, with the fire reportedly occurring at 12.50pm, but which has since been put out, with no reported injuries.
Another netizen echoes complaints about heavy vehicles going way past their speed limits. He observed some of them trying to overtake each other at Tuas Industrial area and hoped the authorities will take action.
Alternative news media website The Independent insinuated that the WP was blocked from raising the motion regarding the reserved Presidency in Parliament. When in fact WP was not blocked but was subject to a ballot that Ms Sylvia Lim herself witness. It was a fair means of selecting the motions selected in Parliament yet TISG as a big alternative media player has chosen to twist the facts and stir shit.
The bus driver who shouted at a police officer Sep 27 at Jurong, has resigned and is currently under police investigation. It was reported that during the exchange, the driver used obscene language and made hand gestures as the officer was patiently trying to calm him down.
Police investigations are ongoing, with the driver initially investigated for a dispute with an LTA officer over how he had stopped his bus on a double yellow line.
A blue tent normally used by police to cover bodies was placed along a cycling and jogging track across the canal from Sengkang Riverside Park, near Sengkang Sports Centre. A police cordon stretching about 300m had also been set up. Residents and joggers were turned away from the cordon and have to make big detour into the residential areas which are a few hundred metres away.
Our reader urged LTA and Traffic Police to perform mandatory checks on speed limits of heavy vehicles as he has been seeing many trucks travelling on the 1st lane on expressways. He also hopes this will prevent more accidents involving heavy vehicles.
Teo, 40, was a senior bank officer when he committed 62 charges of insulting the modesty of mostly unknown females at places such as NTUC FairPrice supermarkets, Watsons pharmacies, and the MRT, between January 2015 and July 2016. Teo had also taken upskirt videos of his colleague for over a year. Teo admitted that he had been filming upskirt videos since 2009 and had taken hundreds of upskirt videos. He transferred the videos to a portable hard disk and transferred the ones he liked to his mobile phone.