FT IN DISPUTE WITH SIM LIM COMPUTER TECHNICIAN TELLS HIS SIDE OF STORY

The sim lim shop owner got my macbook in for servicing and took over 2 weeks to repair (while initially agreed to return the laptop the next day). Then when I went to his shop to check on it. He only had parts of my macbook in his shop. I asked the person to return my macbook without servicing and I told him that I'm ready to pay for what he's worked on.

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REJUVENATE TOA PAYOH TOWN? EXPECT INCREASE IN COST OF LIVING

The govt only cares about profits and more profits..... it is the dollars game. Why would they bother about cost of living when ministers all earn millions? Besides, none of the govt ministers and MPs live in any HDB flat, for that matter. They will never understand the peoples' problems like cost of living.

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MERGERS OF LOCAL SCHOOLS EXPOSES PAP'S POOR EDUCATION POLICY PLANNING?

Therefore it is not difficult to hypothesize that "Someone" either made a big mistake or the planning parameters were inclusive of the relax new immigrants policies then until the 2011 GE which force the PAP government to pull the handbrakes on the lax immigrants policies. Because the large short fall in student intake would be from these new immigrants offsprings. The PAP government is reducing the primary, secondary and JC intakes is direct reflection to indigenous Singaporeans falling birth rates. But the PAP government is also increasing university intakes in anticipation of relax entries for foreign students and post grad foreign students.

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GRAB IS REAPING HUGE PROFITS AT TAXI DRIVERS EXPENSE, WE ARE THE REAL LOSERS

Prices of water, electricity and bus and train fares will be gng up. But a third party app provider Grab has now controlled all taxi companies except Comfort and set taxi fares. That is not correct. PTC has allowed the taxi companies to set the taxi fares and not a third party app provider. Grab has reduced the taxi fares so much that it is cheaper to call a taxi than to queue at taxi stands or flag down taxis. Comfort has also started fixed fares but they have kept their rates at the current prices inclusive of surcharges.

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ANG MOH TACKLED TO GROUND @ CHANGI AIRPORT FOR USING CRIMINAL FORCE & ABUSIVE LANGUAGE

The ang moh was tackled and pinned to the ground by the police because he was refusing to cooperate with the authorities. Instead of surrendering, he pushed a policeman and said vulgarities. The police came because they received news of a commotion caused by the ang moh at Changi Airport. The ang moh had behaved aggressively to a 48 year old man, shouting vulgarities, then snatching and smashing his phone.

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ANG MOH FT HARASSED BY "GAY" UNCLE ON MRT THANKS S'POREANS FOR PROTECTING HIM

Hey Singapore friends: just a heads up, this guy physically assaulted me on the MRT, so if you ever see him, be on your guard. I was with a friend and he approached me--drunk--and said he was gay, and that he wanted to fuck me. He said, "I know you're gay, so let's fuck." I wish I'd said thank you to the train people who took a stand and put themselves between me and this man, but I was too rattled to muster it (at least I could thank my friend, who had the good sense to make a video).

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LOOK OUT FOR MISSING GRANNY MDM YONG, LAST SEEN @ CLEMENTI WEST

The Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of 70 year old, Mdm Yong Yoke Lan. She was last seen at Blk 602 Clementi West Street 1 on 21 April 2017 at about 8.25 a.m. Mdm Yong Yoke Lan is about 1.65m tall, slim-built, spotted with short hair and was last seen wearing blue flowery shirt with dark grey cardigan, black coloured long pants and red colour sneakers.

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ANOTHER TREE FALLS. WHEN ARE WE GOING TO BE SAFE FROM FALLING TREE

Yet another case of a tree falling onto the road, unable to withstand the heavy rainfall that buffeted Singapore this Friday morning. This time, it was reported that a tree fell and blocked at least one lane on Cavenagh Road after the rainstorm, with parts of the affected road closed temporarily after.

Based on reports, the tree was as long as a double decker bus, and had blocked the road, rendering it impassable. Luckily, there were no reports of any injuries, and the tree was duly cleared in the same morning ot make the road passable to traffic again.

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ICA OFFICERS BEHAVED CHILDISHLY TOWARDS TOURIST, PROJECTS BAD IMAGE FOR SG

A passenger at the next lane I was queuing up at, was directed by the security officer to go forth for her turn. As there was an immigration officer present, and the lane was empty so she went forth. When she reached the counter, the officer stood up and walked out from a her counter, and told her the lane was closed. Then, she moved over to another counter , walked all the way , and this other officer also got up, came out and rudely gestured that the lane was closing.

When passenger approached another officer, in anger, the officer quickly blamed the security officer even though it was their fault for their ignorance of informing that their lane was closing , whereas I noticed a few other officers who informed before hand.

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