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SINGTEL FORGOT TWO APPOINTMENTS IN A ROW TO FIX HOME FIBRE

I went back home early without doing overtime, but it was a no-show and no-call from SingTel. The next day when I called them, they apologised and made another appointment at night to call me but it was yet another no-show. Exasperated, I called SingTel on the 3rd day to arrange for technicians to just come to my house for rectification on my fibre. This time they told me I would need to pay $60 if there is proved to be no problem on my fibre, without doing the phone check.

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PAP LEADERS FLIP FLOP ON AGC ADVICE, CAN WE STILL TRUST THEM?

On Wednesday in Parliament, Sylvia Lim pointed out that the PAP Government had couched the decision on how to count the Elected Presidency under a legal cloak by claiming that this was the Attorney-General's advice. This was done to avoid any rigorous challenge in Parliament. But now Shanmugam claims it was never suggested that that the decision to count from Wee Kim Wee was made because of the AGC's advice. How can you trust the PAP after this?

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PUBLIC TOILETS IN MRT STATIONS - PROFITEERING IN ACTON?

Because if a commuter were to travel from Novena to Orchard MRT for instance (which are 2 stations apart) one would need to pay between $0.70-$0.80/$0.90. But if one has to urgently use the toilet at Newton Station and taps back in to continue his/her journey to Orchard his/her fare would add up to an estimated cost of $1.40. In short SMRT would be making on average a minimum of 50% profit on the commuter just for using the toilet. And even if one manages to beat the 15 mins grace period to tap in to the Blue line to continue the journey to Orchard, it would mean a circular route will have to be used which would lead to travel fares of at least $1 or more, again a minimum of $0.30 profit by SBS/SMRT just for using the toilet.

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TEEN NS BOY ADMITTED TO DRIVING OVER 100KM/H IN CARPARK, CAUSING GRIEVOUS HURT TO ANOTHER DRIVER

At aorund 5:45 pm, he stopped his car at one end of the carpark before rapidly accelerating. He was estimated to have been driving at speeds between 104 km/h and 121 km/h at the carpark.

Apart from 2 broken ribs, Teong also suffered degenerative changes to his spine, and subdural haemotoma, which is a collection of blood between the covering of the brain and brain surface. He had since removed the haemotoma via surgery.

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