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DENTAL PROBLEMS MAY TAKE 1 YEAR BEFORE TREATMENT GIVEN AT DENTAL CENTRE

The government have given out goodies in terms of subsidised dental treatments. However, the demand for dental treatments far outstripped the what the dentists in the public sector can cope with, thus this long wait of a year or more for their treatment. Among treatments mentioned are those for serious dental problems such as periodontitis or severe gum infection. Going to a private dentist are expensive, thus this queue for dentists in the public sector.

Brings question such as why is there a lack of dentists in the public sector available. Again, a lack of foresight, of proper planning? Or just pure dumb luck that dental problems suddenly became a big issue?

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PRICE OF MILK POWDER INCREASE 120% IN 10 YEARS. DID SALARY INCREASE AT SUCH RATE?

Government advocating for Singaporean couples to have more babies. But with the price rising to astronomical heights, how can most people afford it? The baby bonus is a help, but not much, when all costs are considered. Milk powder is a necessity, how can we avoid not paying for such necessity?

So, for those who always say that price increase is a way of life, consider this. Is a 120% increase of price in just 10 years justifiable?

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WATER PIPE BURTSIN HOUGANG, THIS IS HOW WE ARE TAUGHT WATER IS PRECIOUS

The PUB said that they were informed of the oipe leak at 4:30 am on Sunday, which caused two lanes of the roads to be closed for repairs. No reason were given as to why the pipes burst in the first place.

So, this is how we are going to be saving water, and to make Singaporeans realise water is precious. Just one pipe to burst, water not to reach homes, then you know that water is precious. And saving water? Well, you want a shower, just go to the water leak, and take your turn.

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FTS FORCE CHIOBU GRABCAR DRIVER TO BREAK THE LAW

A chiobu GrabCar driver found herself in a spot when her passengers forced her to pick up 3 adults and 2 children, which is 1 person above the legal limit for a passenger car and a contravention of traffic law in Singapore. According to the lady driver, she responded to a booking by an Indian FT family. When she arrived, discovered that they had more passengers than she could legally carry. To make things worse, they had 2 young children with them.

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WILL PAP GOVT SUE THE US JUDGE FOR DEFAMING OUR JUDICIARY?

Amos Yee was granted political asylum by the judge and the sympathetic judge made it clear in his judgement that the Singapore Government persecuted Amos Yee to silence his political opinions. Using the charge of wounding religious feeling and obscenity was simple a pretext to put Amos down. Is this a slap to the PAP government and the Singapore Judges which handed down the jail sentence to Amos? Will our Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong sue Judge Cole for making false accusations against the Government and for contempt of our Singapore courts?

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PAP MINISTER CONFIRMS YOUR HDB FLAT WILL BECOME WORTHLESS WHEN LEASE ENDS

Since Singaporeans have been subjectef to the consistent rhetoric for decades that our HDB flats are a good “asset enhancement” policy – shouldn’t the priority for Sers be on the age of the flats, rather than “located in sites with high redevelopment potential”? If anyone from the Government had said what is being said by the Minister now in the past – would so many Singaporeans have put in so much of their CPF and cash into their HDB flats?

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IS THIS THE FIRST MALAY CANDIDATE TO TRY FOR 2017 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION?

I live in Sengkang. I received this flyer and name card from an Independent candidate who claimed to be doing a constituency visit recently. As there are no by-elections at the moment, I can surmise that this Malay uncle is hoping to be an independent candidate in the September 2017 presidential election. Unfortunately for Mr Osman, while the presidential election is reserved for Malays, it still has a criteria and common Malays are unlikely to qualify. I doubt that Mr Osman who is a businessman, has a paid-up capital of at least S$100 million. He is neither the chairman of a board of directors nor the CEO of a statutory board.

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WHY PRIVATE HIRE CARS ALL REFUSE TO TAKE MY BOOKING DURING QING MING FESTIVAL?

I am seriously peeved with difficulties going to the cemetery or temple area during Ching Ming Festival! Taxis, uber, grab, Grabhitch and RYDE drivers all refuse to take my booking! Reason being, we are carrying too many things, but it's an annual event so what's the big fuss? We all want to travel cheap and good also!

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