LKY FOUGHT TO PROTECT TAXI DRIVERS RICEBOWL BUT HIS SON TRASH OUR LIVELIHOOD

We will respect the one and only Great Man of Singapore NO OTHERS. When our great man is around. Die die no PHV to enter Singapore market because he is protecting Singaporeans last line of rice bowl for us to earn and survive. He tried so hard to stop all the PHV in the 70s and by the 80s he had killed all PHV. After he's gone someone only thinks about making more money, by letting PHV enter into the market more COE, Road Tax, ERP, Season Parking and Tax money to collect every month.

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DESPO NSF FACE 2 YRS JAIL FOR RUBBING ERECT PENIS AGAINST LADY'S ASS IN ZOUK NIGHTCLUB

A perverted Full time National Serviceman, Toh Jian Hui, 20 pleaded guilty to molesting a woman at Zouk club. Despite being rejected by the woman, Toh pulled her towards him even though she was trying to resist. He manhandled the woman, turning her around and rubbing himself against her back. He then pressed his erect penis against her buttocks and squeezed her breasts. For molest, he could be sentenced to up to two years in jail, with the possibility of being caned or fined or both.

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MAN BEAT UP 69 YR OLD GRANDMA FOR BEING TOO NOISY, GAVE HER MULTIPLE BODY FRACTURES

A 53 year old man with depression was jailed 3 years after he viciously attacked a 69 year old neighbour for being too noisy. The man attacked the old grandma with a 1.4m wooden pole and gave her multiple fractures which required 8 hours of corrective surgery. As the old lady walked by the void deck, he ambushed her from behind and used the wooden pole to whack her head, body and arms till she lost consciousness and bled. Luckily a neighbour heard her cries for help and rushed to her aid.

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$600,000 HDB BTO FLATS PRICED OUT OF REACH OF AVERAGE S'POREANS?

Do not underestimate the true significance of the current pricing of the flats in bidadari and geylang in the latest bto intake exercise. Public housing flats shouldn't be priced so out of reach for citizens to apply. In this latest bto intake the lowest selling point of a four room flat is at $475000 while the highest is at $604000. Just the initial cpf ten percent down payment will be $47500 to $60400. Even if both husband and wife each earn $4000 per month with a combined household income of $8000 they will still not be able to afford paying for their flats in full using cpf alone.

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RESIDENTS SHOCKED TO FIND CONDOMS LEFT BEHIND BY YISHUN NORTHLAND STUDENTS

A resident at Block 317C Yishun Avenue 9 has lodged a complaint online about the actions of a group of "rebellious young teenagers who is lack of family guidance". According to the resident, the youth regularly gather outside a particular unit on the 6th floor of the block and are wearing uniforms from Northland Secondary School.

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SINGAPORE BYPASSED AS OIL TANKERS DELIVER CRUDE VIA MYANMAR PORT

The 770KM China-Myanmar oil pipeline has finally been opened for business, a move that could see China-bound oil bypassing Singapore's strategic port altogether. According to Bloomberg last month, the China-Myanmar pipeline handled its first tanker, with a capacity of over a million barrels of crude oil, at Myanmar's Kyaukpyu port on 10 April.

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SIA WARNS OF SCAMMERS OFFERING FREE AIR TICKETS

The Singapore Airlines (SIA) has today warned the public of a possible scam, where scammers pretending to be SIA staff are calling and emailing members of the public to phish for personal information. The recipients of the emails or calls are told that they have won air tickets, and then asked to provide personal information.

SIA has advised members of the public that no such offer of free air tickets are given out by them, and that members of the public are to exercise discretion when revealing personal data to unverified sources.

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NETIZEN COMPLAINS TRAFFIC POLICE ROADBLOCK INCONVENIENCE RESIDENTS

Last night at midnight, there was a road block by the Traffic Police on Lorong 101 Changi. This happens regularly. However, the road block usually occurs just before the right turn onto Langsat Road. This ensures that residents staying on Langsat Road, Everitt Road, Lorong 102 - 108 Changi are able to turn right onto Langsat Road to get home after being checked by the Traffic Police.

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TAMPINES ROVERS IN MORE MONEY PROBLEMS, FOOTBALL IN SG HEADING INTO TROUBLE

In yet more signs that the Singapore Professional football scene is going downhill towards a self oblivion, S.League club Tampines Rovers are in the news again for all the wrong reasons. They were caught in a cash flow problem last April, and the latest reports coming out indicated that the CPF Board is looking into the club's CPF contributions to staff, and their former sponsor, Komoco Motors, are also recalling a $190,000 loan.

They are also reportedly facing a repayment of a $756,000 "sponsorship credit line" from Taiwanese tech company Nogle, starting next year. Tampines Rovers have repeatedly said that all these issues will be settled, as they were involved in the Asia Cup matches, which takes up a lot of their administrative time. The problem with this line of argument is that, if you are a professional outfit, shouldn't you be able to manage your time and resources better?

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