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LTA Allows Inward Facing Cams In Taxis And PHVs To Record Audio Also

LTA Allows Inward Facing Cams In Taxis And PHVs To Record Audio Also

Just two weeks after the LTA allowed all taxis and private hire cars to have inward facing cameras in their vehicles, they are now allowing these inward facing cameras to record audio too. LTA released a statement to that effect, citing a governmental study that indicated 90% of respondents were in favour of such recordings.

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ST Censors All Mention Of Lee Hsien Yang At Pink Dot, Although They Reported It Earlier

ST Censors All Mention Of Lee Hsien Yang At Pink Dot, Although They Reported It Earlier

However, the ST first reported the Lee Hsien Yang, PM Lee's brother, attended the event with his wife, and second son, Li Huanwu, who was himself there with his husband Heng Yirui. However, an hour after the news report on Lee Hsien Yang having been there at the event, the news of him being there was curiously deleted away in the ST Online news portal. In fact, the entire section of the news report on Lee Hsien Yang's family was removed, and no mention of them were made again.

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PM Lee: SG Open To All Sexual Orientation, Come Work In SG

PM Lee: SG Open To All Sexual Orientation, Come Work In SG

PM Lee did not surprise anyone when he said he does not know what 377A's exact wording was, but emphasised that everyone, no matter their sexual orientation, are welcome to work in Singapore. Although he did say that the 377A will not be removed, he did say that everyone knows the rules in Singapore, and it should not stop them from coming over to work.

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PM Lee Says Singapore Has To Constantly Reinvents, But PAP Remains The Same

PM Lee Says Singapore Has To Constantly Reinvents, But PAP Remains The Same

During a dialogue at the Smart Nation Summit, which inexplicably included PM Lee as its Guest of Honour, being that he is 'smart', PM Lee reiterated that for Singapore to keep up and be relevant in this day and age, Singaporeans and their leaders need to constantly reinvent itself. He also pointedly said that the leaders of Singapore also need to reinvent.

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Changi Airport Drone Intrusions Raises Questions Over Vulnerability Of Airport

Changi Airport Drone Intrusions Raises Questions Over Vulnerability Of Airport

Two recent incidents involving unauthorised drones flying within the vicinity of Changi Airport in the past one week had affected about 60 flights, with some delayed and others diverted. This has raised serious questions over the vulnerability of Changi Airport itself. While CAAS is still investigating the incidents, analysts, the industry and even the drone community itself has concerns on the potential implications of the incidents.

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Drones Caused Flight Delay In Changi Airport Again, 2nd Time In Less Than A Week

Drones Caused Flight Delay In Changi Airport Again, 2nd Time In Less Than A Week

Changi Airport was hit with another round of flight delays, as unauthorised drone activities once again was the major culprit of the delays on Monday. This was the second incident in less than a week of unauthorised drone flying within the vicinity of Changi Airport, and both incidents have caused flights to be delayed in landing and taking off from Changi.

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