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Woman Posted Video Of Severe Water Leakage In Her Flat After HDB Plumbers Refused To Solve The Problem

A woman complained about a very bad water leakage in her bedroom toilet. She has been looking for plumbers to solve the problem for weeks but none of them succeeded or bothered to look into it. She was appalled that HDB will send plumbers down only for her problem to be neglected. What is she supposed to do, fix the pipes herself?

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2.59m Singaporeans Eligible To Vote, 80,000 More Than In 2017

2.59m Singaporeans Eligible To Vote, 80,000 More Than In 2017

The number represents an increase of 80,000 eligible voters when the registers were last revised in 2017. It was not made known where the 80,000 new voters came from, but it is usually numbers of voters who had turned 21 since the last revision, or possibly newly minted Singaporeans who were given their citizenship since 2017.

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S'porean Woman Unhappy With SQ For Denying To Cater To Son's Food Allergy

A Singaporean woman who was on a Singapore Airlines Business Class flight was unhappy at the airlines for failing to cater to her son's food allergy. She had presented proof of her son's condition but was denied a customised in-flight meal. One of the staff on board had to bring her husband down the plane so that he can get a takeaway meal. How pathetic!

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Lee Hsien Yang: AG Filed More Than 500 Pages Of Complaint Against My Wife!

Lee Hsien Yang posted that the AG has filed more than 500 pages worth of complaints against his wife, Lee Suet Fern. He said that LHL never voiced any issues with LKY's will when their father was alive. He was also bitter that his brother is unleashing so many complaints now even though he never bothered to discuss things with him and his sister, Lee Wei Ling. Lee Suet Fern has filed her Defence. How do you think this drama will unfold and how much public resources do you think will be wasted?

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Bangladeshi Worker Cheated By Employer, Posted Heartfelt Video To Thank S'poreans For Helping To Crowdfund For His Debts

Bangladeshi worker Rajib borrowed $8000 to come to Singapore in hopes of finding a job to feed his family. However, his dream was crushed when he realized that his employer had cheated him. Things got worse when he was slapped with a police report for something he did not commit. Thankfully, Singaporeans have started a crowdfunding campaign for him and he will soon be settling his debts. He thanked Singaporeans for their kind gesture in a heartfelt video.

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