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Unused Construction Materials Block Fire Engine Accessway At Rivervale Crescent

Saw this construction materials that was put at the fire engine accessway infront Blk 180C rivervale Crescent before circuit breaker. In the event of fire outbreak, not sure if fire engine is able to access as the materials are obstructing its access.

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Chan Chun Sing Insists "Not Much Time" Left To Hold Next General Elections

Chan Chun Sing Insists "Not Much Time" Left To Hold Next General Elections

During a Bloomberg TV interview, Minister for Trade and Industry (MTI) Chan Chun Sing told the interviewer there is "not much time" left for Singapore to hold its next General Elections. He tried to explain away that the parliament has to be dissolved in Jan 2021, as this would be five years after the first sitting of the current government. If based on his explanation, Singaporeans will have a maximum of 8 months before the General Elections is called.

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Covid19: Straits Times Removed Sentence About Policemen Who "Walked Past" Robertson Quay Social Gatherings

Covid19: Straits Times Removed Sentence About Policemen Who "Walked Past" Robertson Quay Social Gatherings

Recently there was public outcry over several photos of groups gathering along Robertson Quay. Some of these people were allegedly gathering around to socialise after buying takeaway alcohol from nearby restaurants. The Straits Times (ST) published a 17 May 2020 article on this incident. However sharp-eyed netizens noticed the state media had altered this article. Screenshots of the article showed the deleted sentence said "The marketing manager at SPH radio said she saw two uniformed policemen in the area, but they "just walked past"".

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Covid19: Why Is The National Day Parade Still Allowed To Go On In The Midst Of a Pandemic?

Many people have been affected by Covid19. The economy is in recession, businesses are shutting, people have lost their jobs, some have taken pay cuts, and many others are apprehensive over their employment and economic stability. Yet, the government somehow thinks that it is still appropriate to go ahead with the National Day Parade this year. The NDP costs alot of money. Why isn't this money used to help the unemployed, or to supplement the income of front-line workers such as nurses and cleaners?

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Does Ho Ching Speak On Behalf Of The Government?

Granted, she's the PM's wife and privy to govt planning, but is she a minister or member of Parliament? If not, then she should refrain from answering publicly posted questions that are meant for Govt agencies to answer. Because majority of Singaporeans cannot tell the difference. They see PM's wife, they automatically assume she can speak for him in official matters. But if the govt has other plans it can cause a conflict of interest.

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Ex-DBS CECA Employee Accuses Singapore Of Practicing Racism

Ex-DBS CECA Employee Accuses Singapore Of Practicing Racism

In August 2018, a former DBS Singapore Permanent Resident (PR) employee caused controversy when he posted an image of a Singapore flag being torn apart to reveal the India national flag. He was investigated and eventually let off with a stern warning from the Singapore police. CNA wrote an article that ended with him declaring his "unwavering" view about how he "still feel this (Singapore) is the best country in the world". Fast forward to 2020, Singapore is facing the Covid19 pandemic. The ex-DBS employee took to his LinkedIn to criticise Singapore.

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Covid19: The Circuit Breaker Has Made Me Cherish My Other Half

Recently theres a big hoo ha on how people has been treating their other half during this Circuit Breaker period. Frankly speaking, being not able to meet the other half is really tough for the mental state (at least that is from my perspective). Missing my partner yet unable to be by his side physically has been a torture to me, as I really do miss him dearly.

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Falling HDB Toilet Concrete Ceiling Injures Boy

Falling HDB Toilet Concrete Ceiling Injures Boy

A netizen shared three photos showing how her Housing Development Board (HDB) toilet concrete ceiling had fallen down. According to her post, the mother and son were happily playing water in the toilet. This was when the slab of concrete fell onto her son's back. Based on the photo, her son sustained a cut on his back.

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Covid19: Ho Ching Says Ex-Nurse Talking Rubbish About Unhygienic Migrant Workers Mixing Around at Changi Exhibition Centre

According to expert Ho Ching, it is perfectly fine for patients at Changi Exhibition Centre to mingle around freely because they are "covided patients". She said the "ex-nurse" who claimed that the patients were unhygienic and not practising safe-distancing was talking "rubbish".

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Covid19: S'poreans Frustrated Over MND's OneService App In Reporting People Who Flout CB Rules

I have encountered some difficulties to report breaching of Circuit Breaker Measures and I believe a lot of people are sharing the same frustration judging from the comments on the Google Play Store for the One Service App. Is the One Service App just a token gesture by the government to pretend to collect feedback from Singaporeans, when in actual fact, it is just for show and they can't be bothered to take real action with the feedback that was given to them?

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