From faulty and malfunctioning lifts to sewage pipes bursting to cracks in BTO flats, HDB and PAP town councils have seen it all, despite claims of estates under the PAP being well-managed in the MND's annual Town Council Management Report. The latest mishap to occur in yet another PAP-run ward took place last week when the toilet ceiling of a flat in Blk 141 on Yishun Ring Road crumbled, raining debris on its unfortunate 80-year old occupant, Mr Wong.
I was stopped last Saturday on the way back to woodlands checkpoint from jb town! I was directed to a car park where jb traffic police said that I had an unpaid fine in 2014 for speeding! When I asked for the time and place of the offence they say there is no record.
I refer to the article “More than 40% of Singaporeans not clocking enough sleep on weekdays: SingHealth Polyclinics study”. Some possible contributing reasons for the lack of sleep may be as follows: Singapore had the highest average annual hours actually worked per worker in the world, in 2015. We have probably one of the highest proportion of low wage workers among developed countries
I saw this motor bike parked at Vivocity carpark and it has an Osama Bin Laben sticker pasted on it. The rider could be a Osama supporter because he has the terrorist image printed on his bike. It is very troubling to see my fellow rider celebrating a mass murderer.
I purchased a single trip from Sompo for myself and an annual premium travel insurance from tokio marine for my husband. We submitted a claim upon reaching Singapore and I got my claim from Sompo with no question ask. My friend who was traveling with us received her claims from AIG promptly too. One month later my husband received a rejection letter by tokio marine stating they are not compensating a single cent to my husband . The reason is due to the clause that they ONLY cover motor vehicles"
A 25 year old Honda driver smashed his car into the backside of a lorry in Marsiling which resulted in the lorry driver and his passenger being sent to the hospital for their injuries. While the traffic police officer was taking his statement, the Honda driver punched the TP and tried to escape on foot. 4 policemen chased after him and finally caught up with him after a 500m chase.
Angry and unhappy customer pays his car installment with coins (worth of S$1050).
He is unhappy with Global Motor Pte Ltd after sales service. As mentioned in the screenshot, before purchase, everything can, everything OK. After purchased, he found out alot wear and tear, and many items are not cover with warranty.
According the numbers for the rate of suicide in Singapore, between 2011 and 2015, there was an average of 415 deaths from suicides each year.
This is just too many! Living in Singapore is getting too stressful, that suicide numbers also quite high. Interesting to see out of the suicides, which was the age group with the highest number of deaths from suicide. Education stress, financial stress, family stress, everything stressful. For some, living in Singapore is not as heavenly anymore.
Gamblers all over Singapore were in an uproar this weekend when they found that they could not collect their winnings from Singapore Pools this weekend. According to a Lianhe Wanbao report, one Chinese man, Mr Wang Guozhi, had tried to collect $1,500 worth of football winnings on Sunday but was surprised when he went to 2 separate betting stations in Toa Payoh and could not collect his money.