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DRIVER CUT LANE & JAM BRAKE, DEMAND $8K FOR MINOR DAMAGE

AIA insurance agent cut into my lane and break immediately during heavy rain. This damage want to claim me $1,500? I asked her to go down to my garage to fix she refuse. even offered $300 cash on top of repairs to compensate for her waste of time. Instead Call me go down to her garage at sin ming (ordinary workshop, not Toyota direct workshop).

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CNY PERIOD FOOD PRICES INCREASE, WILL THEY EVER COME DOWN AGAIN?

Now that the CNY period is almost upon us, it seems like food prices have suddenly shot up.

Go to the market and even supermarket, all prices of food stuff have gone up. This happens every year, nothing new. But will prices go back down to the level they were at before CNY period? Or will it stay high, then next year CNY, increase again?

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HARDER FOR POLY GRADS TO SECURE FULL TIME JOBS, REAL SALARIES ARE FALLING

I refer to the article “Over 90% of poly graduates in 2016 employed within six months, better than 2015” It states that “About 56 per cent of these respondents had secured full-time permanent employment. Compared to 2007’s 75.3, 2010’s 68.5 and 2013’s 62.7 per cent – it has been declining almost yearly from 75.3 per cent in 2007 to 56.0 per cent now.

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PROFESSIONAL S-LEAGUE CLUBS DON'T KNOW CPF RULES

Interesting to see that the CPF Board is fining some S-League clubs for failing to pay their youth players CPF money. Problem started some months back, as these S-League clubs pay only CPF to their players in the S-League squad, but no CPF to their youngsters, who were given allowance money instead of salaries.

The clubs had assumed that these allowance money are not subjected to CPF rules. How come the CPF Board and the S-League clubs, who are supposed to be professionally run outfits, never clarify with each other on the rules? The rules have been in place for quite a while, so no reason for not knowing the rules.

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NEIGHBOUR USE HDB FLAT AS FACTORY FOR CCTV BUSINESS, HACKS & HAMMERS WAY PAST MIDNIGHT

I'm resident of Enuos Vista which located at Bedok Reservoir Road for more than 28 years and I've been living peaceful life in my estate but this dream are damaged 3 years ago which i had super inconsiderate upper neighbor been doing hacking, hammering, filing, throwing metal spare parts on their floor which my house ceiling any time any where. Yes, any time any where including middle of night such as between 1am to 11am.

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PRC OFFICIAL CONFIRMS S'PORE CAN KISS OUR TERREX GOODBYE?

In a TV interview, a Chinese official has already confirmed that China will not return our 9 Terrexes. According to him, Singapore has not given satisfactory answers on the following issues. According to the same official, China was already pissed 4 decades ago when PAP decided to conduct military traning in Taiwan. But because China was weak then and Singapore had the support of the US, there was nothing China do.

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SG COMPANIES NOT HIRING MID-40'S, DESTINED TO BE TAXI DRIVER

I am a mid-40s man, with a normal Singapore family size of a wife and three school-going kids. I was earning quite comfortably to get through life in Singapore without having to worry about my family's financial stability every month. Now that i had been retrenched, i was given a sum of money as compensation, that will probably get through my family for the next four months.

But after that, I am worried. How am I and my family going to survive? I have been applying for jobs, but it seems like companies in Singapore only want to higher younger people. What about people like me? Those in their fourties, too early to think about retirement, but deemed too old for companies that are actively looking for hires. Am I destined to become a Grab / Uber / Taxi driver?

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CHANGI AIRPORT SECURITY OFFICER FROM MALAYSIA STEALS FROM TRAVELLERS, JAILED 8 MONTHS

A Malaysia working as a Certis Cisco security officer at Singapore's airport was sentenced to 8 months jail after he was caught stealing from passenger's bags while he did security checks on their bags. On 24 July last year, Esyaran Mogan was deployed and targeted a PRC lady who was undergoing security screening. As the x-ray machine picked up a scissors in her bag, Esyaran searched her bag and swiped her gold chain worth $1,164 as well as $350 in cash.

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MOTORCYCLE COE HITS RECORD HIGH, S'POREANS SQUEEZED BUT PAP WINS?

Do you know that high COE prices is one of the main generators of the $3.45b surplus for the PAP Government in 2016? And yet despite squeezing the man in the street with a range of taxes, it spends the least (17.9% of GDP) among developed countries? Why does a small island need so many ministers? Are we to accept the fact that despite being touted as "top talent" and paid millions, these ministers can't handle the full portfolio individually and need to split their work?

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