SMRT WINS AWARD FOR PARTNERSHIP WITH TRANSPORT WORKERS UNION

SMRT has won the Plaque of Commendation (Gold) Award by NTUC in recognition of our continued commitment and strategic partnership with the National Transport Workers’ Union (NTWU). This was made possible through the dedication, hard work and perseverance of our employees, unions and labour partners, who have been working together to nurture a harmonious labour-management relationship of trust and confidence.

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ROY NGERNG: AMOS YEE IS A HERO AND MY FRIEND

I saw Amos walked away into remand again, without being able to properly say goodbye to him, and to ask him to take care. This was the second time I am seeing him go into remand. The first time I saw them take him away, he was in handcuffs. I didn’t even get to talk to him because when I got to court, he was already inside the chambers. We spent the next few hours trying to get him out but we couldn’t.

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KJ: PM LEE SHOULD CONDEMN MAN WHO SLAPPED AMOS YEE

I am writing this blog in a state of shock and horror after seeing the video of Amos Yee being physically assaulted and then taunted outside the Court. Our Police force has failed to protect Amos and seem to have ignored or not taken seriously the numerous online threats of violence and sexual violence against him, a child. As a result someone has taken the law into their own hands.

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BERTHA HENSON: DIFFERENT TYPES OF REACTIONS TO THE SLAP

In case you didn’t know, Amos breached his bail conditions by posting online again complaining about his bail conditions and describing how his father had hit him, especially when he wanted to go to court in his pyjamas. His well-meaning bailor who put up $20,000, a stranger to him, pulled out because Amos wouldn’t abide by bail conditions. Then another stranger turned up in court yesterday to slap him in front of the media.

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SINKIE LADY PUNCHES FELLOW COMMUTER FOR CUTTING QUEUE

30 year-old immigration consultant Madelyn Ong Kim Choo was ordered to pay $5500 in compensation to 52 year-old sales promoter Sakinah Sani for attacking her on the SBS Transit service No 293 at Tampines Bus Interchange on May 12 last year. A court heard the dispute arose when Madam Sakinah stepped aside to allow passengers behind her to board first.

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WHAT FOREIGN WORKERS IN SINGAPORE THINK ABOUT YOU S'POREANS

Foreign workers have a tough time here in Singapore. They’re separated from their family for months, and work hard under the hot sun just for our infrastructure. We wanted to find out more about the lives of these foreign workers, and what they really think about Singapore. Our reporters went out to speak to some foreign workers, and this is what they had to say:

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STUDY: MEN PREFER SEX IN THE MORNING WHILE WOMEN DESIRE IT AT NIGHT

When it comes to sex, most women prefer to make love precisely at 11.21 p.m. before hitting the sack while men love to get romantic at 7.54 a.m. for a perfect office start, an interesting survey reveals. The findings showed that women experience their highest sex drive from 11 p.m. till 2 a.m. while men prefer to get romantic early in the morning from 5 a.m. till 9 a.m.

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LAW SOCIETY CHARGES M RAVI WITH 4 COUNTS OF MISCONDUCT

Despite having been suspended from practising because of his worsened psychiatric condition, lawyer M Ravi will have to appear before a disciplinary tribunal for purported acts of misconduct before his suspension kicked in. This, after the chief justice yesterday cleared the way for the Law Society’s (LawSoc) complaint against him be formally investigated.

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