A netizen warned Carousell buyers to be careful of a seller who cheated her friend of $200. Her friend had wanted to buy a fish tank from the seller, who asked to pay $150 before the meet up. In subsequent exchanges, the scammer did not reply even though the buyer kept pressing him to deliver the item and to do a refund.
Our reader who is a resident of Marsiling-Yew Tee finds it undemocratic for the ruling party to play around with the Constitution and have Mdm Halimah Yacob quit the party in order to run for the Presidential election. She said this is not what the residents have voted for and hopes opposition politicians can do something about this.
For the past 3 months I have lunch in this kopi shop opposite Gordon Warehouse ( paya lebar ) which is opposite my workplace. Most times crowded and the dish collector uncle simply just parks the cart behind me and collects the dirty plates. Sometimes, he just sweeps the rubbish on the table toward me and some of the left over landed on the pant, no common sense and unhygienic and simply he don’t bothers .Today, I give him the look and he shouted “Not happy, don’t eat here! Go report NEA ! “ At certain times, he even use his oily hand to remove my umbrella and tissue and why can’t they just park the cart abit far from customer? Have job still don’t know how to secure their rice bowl and make a big fuss when lost their job to foreigner.
The Straits Times reported last week that Sigma Elevator, a lift company, had been banned from tendering for new HDB projects since October 2015 because of poor performance of its lifts. But after a spate of serious lift malfunctions that resulted in severe injuries and even one death, Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong did not reveal this fact.
I sent to Straits Times Forum Page my comments about Tengah New Town one week ago. they did not publish it so i have no choice but to post it on FB and invite concerned Singaporeans to help prevent this destruction of the only large forest land on the west of Singapore from being built upon. Calling it a forest town is a bluff.
If one were to look back at Singapore’s Parliamentary history, then he should be acquainted with fact that the GRC system was introduced shortly before the 1988 General Elections. The Election before – in 1984 – was when they loss two Seats to the opposition. While they may argue that this GRC system was introduced to safeguard minority representation, political history has shown this to be untrue. From JBJ to Murali, there have been minority-race candidates who win on their own merit!
Roy Ngerng Yiling and Teo Soh Lung are now being extensively investigated for their alleged offence for posting posts on their Facebook account during the recent Bukit Batok By-election Cooling Off Day. The Election Department had earlier filed police reports against the two individuals for allegedly violating the parliament election act, by posting posts that promote candidates on cooling off day.