I live in Punggol and I frequent the Seletar North link to commute to Yishun. On numerous occasions, I have encountered cyclist riding along that road to Marina Country club, passing by Safra, all the way to Kadaloor. I feel they are such a dangerous obstruction to drivers. Especially now that there are more BTOs around Northshore drive, more vehicles are using the Seletar North link.
A few days ago there was a report in the newspapers of a couple; both of whom were Indian Nationals with PR Status convicted for abusing and assaulting their Foreign Domestic maid also from India soon after the FDW started working for them. Here is a case of Indian Nationals from India who thinks like in their Country can do any crime and get away unpunished with money.
An unidentified man was caught on CCTV stealing raw materials away from Food in The Woods 小树林, a vegetarian stall in Ang Mo Kio. The food stall shared images of a man wearing blue who appeared to be examining some plastic bags on a kopitiam table and later taking it away. While the alleged crime had been captured on film, the stall owners will not be filing a police report this round. They even went the extra mile of extending a free meal to persons who are in need and starving.
If we are indeed serious about combating religious extremism and “nurturing” a multi cultural society, we should begin by allowing people to practice their religion freely, all the while keeping in mind our non religious neighbours instead of suppression that will give rise to all sorts of doubts and conspiracy theories. It will also compel religious minorities into the arms of religious extremists, seeking to convince them on the “evils” of a secular society.
Grab said to her that the rider has throw the food away as my mum did not put her unit number and said that the rider did give her a call. But my mum did not receive any phone calls or messages from the rider. The question is did the rider really throw the food away??? Grab should really reflect on its customer service as it is atrocious as they refuse to give my mum a refund!
My opinion is that highlighting that many India Indians were employed at Temasek is not a racist angle. It is against the policy of recruiting so many Indians from the country India. So the protest is against the country India and not a racist line.
There is a viral Instagram video showing a male cyclist pushing the front wheel of his bicycle against a ginger cat. A few people can be heard off screen urging the cyclist on with cheers of "Let's go, let's go" before he moved towards the cat. The cat appeared to be shocked and scampered away. This Instagram stories was captioned with "I love cats..." The cyclist was confronted on Instagram for his actions, but he said he was "playing only" and the cat was not injured and "still live happily ever after."
The Covid19 pandemic has impacted Singapore's economy and one urgent concern among Singaporeans is job security. While MOM promises greater scrutiny of hiring practices, some netizens have expressed concerns about the current state of affairs. Netizens have shared personal accounts of possible unfair hiring practices where permits continue to be handed out to foreigners.
Of late, we’ve been swarmed by several concerns on the ground concerning unchecked powers of unelected officials whose adverse decisions will affect us in a way we are unable to extract accountability from. Hence, how do we proceed as a Nation after this GE when political persecution of even LKY’s own family had just recurred and several other upcoming trials of Civil Activists Jolovan Wham, De Costa and Leong are set in October this year? What are we to make of the proceedings and can trust be regained in our Organs of State to do what’s right for the Country when all powers lead to the PAP cabinet?
10 years of education to survive in a education system that only encourages rote memorization and conformity without questioning. 2 years of NS to set us back in our career. 30 years of working in a environment that protects foreigners that allow them to get into cushy jobs without protection for Singaporeans.