MAN CALL BIKERS WORTHLESS & BOAST ABOUT RAMMING BIKERS UNDER A LORRY

I think this William Soh is a bastard who do not respect other road users. He look down on bikers and think that because he is rich and have money, bikers have to give way to his car all the time. I feel all motorists should give way to one another no matter what you ride or drive, so that we all can reach home safely. He also claim that he will kill a biker by pushing him under a lorry. that is just inhumane. This guy should be caught and have his license revoked. we do not want such evil drivers on our roads. LTA please do something about this guy. He is a pest to society

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WHEN IS THE TRAFFIC POLICE GOING TO CRACK DOWN ON ERRANT CYCLISTS?

Unfortunately this upward trend has given way to an ever increasing number of errant cyclists, a large proportion being recreational cyclists. The cycling community had campaigned for the '1.5m' space on most roads, to demand that motor vehicles give them a buffer zone to ride safely. This has been granted, although there are always some who don't comply. But generally many motorists recognise a cyclist's right to be on the roads, and their entitlements and right of way are respected.

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FAT BOY FORCED TO CARRY SCH BAG OVER HEAD BECAUSE HE DINT DO HOMEWORK

Eyla saw this boy carrying his school bag over his head while standing along the corridor at a block in Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 as a form of punishment. The contributor says the boy is shouted at and punished by his father almost every day, which she feels is not right. "This poor boy was being reprimanded my his dad for being lazy with his schoolwork.

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LOCAL-BORN FENCER LIM WEI WEN WINS S'PORE'S 1ST INCHEON ASIAN GAMES MEDAL

A member of Singapore's fencing team clinched the country's first medal at the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, on Saturday (Sep 20). Competing in the Men's Epee Individual competition, Lim Wei Wen edged out Hong Kong's Nicola Lu Min in the Quarter-Final 16-15 to qualify for the next round, securing the country's first medal in this year's Asiad in the process.

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WHY SMU iCITY LABORATORY RECRUITS MOSTLY PRC INTERNS?

I chanced across SMU-TCS iCity Lab and noticed that the interns are mainly PRC students. The lab is a joint venture of SMU and an IT company from India. Of the 8 interns, 6 seemed to be from PRC, except the last 2. Why don’t give more internship to our locals? What about the other nationalities?

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MALAYSIAN OFFICIAL CALLS S'PORE'S MATCHING INCREASE OF CAUSEWAY TOLL HIKE UNJUSTIFIED

Malaysia officials want to meet their Singapore counterparts to get the city-state to reconsider its decision to increase checkpoint toll fees at the Causeway, according to the local media. Singapore’s reason for the toll hike was “unjustified”, Malaysia’s Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Wee Ka Siong was quoted as saying in a report in The Star Online on Friday (Sep 19). He said that a meeting between Malaysia and Singapore officials would take place “as soon as possible”, for Malaysia to find out the reason for the increased toll charges at the Sultan Iskandar Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) Complex.

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MDA GIVES INSTITUTES OF HIGHER LEARNING LEEWAY TO SCREEN TO S'PORE WITH LOVE FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES

In its most recent statement on Friday, MDA said it "recognises that lecturers and students of media or related courses at tertiary institutions may require access to a wider variety of films, including films that are classified R21 or NAR. "Some leeway is provided to these institutions to screen films for educational purposes, on condition that these films have either been previously classified by the MDA, or prior approval has been sought from the MDA before the films are acquired."

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3 BUSES OF S'POREANS TRAVEL TO JB TO WATCH RESTRICTED FILM

About three busloads of Singaporeans crossed the border to watch the film ‘To Singapore, With Love‘ which has been banned in the island republic. Singapore’s Straits Times reported that the 70-minute film profiles nine political exiles, most members or supporters of the Communist Party of Malaya, who fled Singapore and now live in Britain and Thailand. It also said the majority in the queue were students, but a few working adults took the day off to catch the documentary being screened at the 11@Century hotel in Johor Baru, one of four cities where an annual Freedom Film Festival is being held.

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BEWARE OF M'SIAN OFFICERS SCAMMING YOUR TOUCH 'N GO TOP UP CARD

All Touch ‘n Go card users, beware! To all Touch ‘n Go card users, please beware when you top up your Touch ‘n Go cards at exit counters at highway tolls. Clearly, the counter staff had the intention to cheat me and apparently had successfully cheated me of RM10. He told me the balance was RM19.70 and he only topped up RM20 to my card. Telling me RM10 less than the actual amount in the card is to cover up his wrong doing. After topping up of RM20, my actual card balance is RM49.70 (19.70 + 30 = 29.70 + 20) and I naturally I would not have discovered that if I hadn’t asked for a receipt.

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