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M'SIA CUSTOMS CHOP WRONG DATE ON MY PASSPORT, ALWAYS CHECK WHEN U ENTER JB!

When you cross into JB, Malaysia for you shopping trips, always check your passport when the customs return to you. See this passport stamp, malaysia customs chop the passport but put the date as 32 April? Where in the world have date 32 April? Malaysia is really boleh. You need to be vigilant and check your passports or you will have problem exiting Malaysia later and they will detain you for this error!

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WILD BOAR DIED IN SG ROADKILL IN A RARE ACCIDENT ON SG ROADS

The aftermath of the accident indicated that the dead wild boar had also suffered a broken leg. However, reports indicated that the driver of the vehicle was not hurt. Apaprently, the wild boar had dashed into the middle of the road, and the car that hit it could not stop on time. Acres and AVA did not receive any calls regarding the accident, and the driver had already left the scene when reporters reached there.

While some are making fun of this situation, a wild animal running lose on the expressways are no joking matter. They may contribute to a road user actually getting seriously hurt. Authorities have adviced that any animals that are hit on the road t be left alone, and to let the relevant authorities deal with them, as they can be dangerous especially when hurt.

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WHERE WAS AVA WHEN 100 MICE & 23 RABBITS NEEDED EMERGENCY RESCUE FROM HDB FLAT?

The 100 mice + 23 rabbits rescue has gone viral! It was published in various local newspapers today and received multiple coverage on social media. We believe the 'gross' factor has definitely hit MAX and garnered the attention of the public. Our biggest question after reading all these articles is: Where is Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA)? For an emergency crisis that involved hundreds of domesticated pets' lives, the agency has yet to voice their plan of action.

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154 REPORT ON MRT TRIES TO CONFUSE WITH IRRELEVANT STATISTICS

I refer to the article “Reliability of North-South and Circle MRT Lines improves; East-West Line maintains same standard” (Straits Times, Apr 24). It states that “In the year ending Q1, the NSL clocked an average of 180,000km before a delay lasting more than 5 mins, bettering the 156,000km registered in the year ending Q4, 2016.”

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SCAMMERS IMPERSONATING TRAFFIC POLICE ASKING FOR PAYMENT OF PARKING FINES

Police have been alerted about more scams impersonating police officers to the public. This time around, fake emails from scammers impersonating the Traffic Police have been doing their rounds. In a press release, the police indicated that the email would typically claim that the recipient needed to pay a parking fine and appear in court. It would also provide a link to a website and a phone number to call to pay the "fine" via credit card.

Police have today clarified that no government agency will ask for payment through a telephone call, especially to a third party's bank account. The email address, website and phone number does not belong to the Singapore Police Force.

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JUST ADMIT IT, JC MERGER DUE TO CUT OFF POINTS, NOT GEOGRAPHICAL SPREAD

MOE says that they chose the JCs to merge by geographical spread. This is PR spin. But PR spin has to be believable. As many have pointed out, Hwa Chong and NJC are right across the road from each other.

It is obvious that the JCs chosen were the least popular by cut-off points. There is nothing wrong with that. So just admit it instead of spinning an incredulous story.

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SMRT SAYS THEIR NORTH -SOUTH AND CIRCLE LINE IMPROVING

SMRT has released its report on their train performances and indicated that The reliability of the North-South (NSL) and Circle MRT Lines (CCL) has seen a marked improvement in the year up to Q1, while the East-West Line (EWL) has maintained its current level of performance.

So, breakdowns are still happening, but at a shorter rate, and less of them are happening. That is a marked improvement, and SMRT must go and report and hope the public clap for them. Actually, if breakdowns still occur, don't even need to talk about improvement in performance. People will always remember the MRT trains for another breakdown that causes them to be late for work or school.

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MOBIKE TO PROVIDE MORE PARKING LOCATIONS TO PROMOTE RESPONSIBLE USE

The bicycle sharing firm Mobike had just announced that they are rolling out 1,000 parking areas designated for its orange bikes by year end. This is to encourage responsible user behaviour and give riders more convenient access to the bikes.

The company had actually already launched 50 such spots, painted orange and marked with the Mobike logo. These can be found at places such as the Singapore Management University, the National University of Singapore, Republic Polytechnic, Velocity @ Novena, United Square, OneKM Mall, 10 Raeburn Park and AMK Industrial Park 2.These parking areas can be located by the company's app, and will compliment the other available public parking spaces allocated by the authorities.

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