ESTRANGED MALAY WOMAN TAKING ON TWO JOBS TO FEED FAMILY OF EIGHT

God can see that and will ensure your organisation prospers by raising up more like minded people like you! I am only a petite lady but am taking on 2 jobs to feed my estranged family of 8 with no support whatsoever, hence, receiving a just salary & CPF on time is a must for me else I’ll be stuck like now. My 2 daughters have to skip school sometimes just to look after my grandchild as we can’t afford childcare nor does the government wish to help poor people like us to break out of this cycle.

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CHECKPOINT OFFICERS WHO FAILED TO STOP MALAYSIAN TEACHER FACE DISCIPLINARY ACTION

When Nurul slipped past the first check by tailgating a car, the immigration officer concerned consulted another officer and hesitated, and took 2.5 minutes to sound the alarm instead of sounding it immediately, said Mr Teo. The second auxiliary police officer tasked with conducting boot checks and counting vehicle passengers subsequently did not stop Nurul's car nor did he sound the alarm. "I do not know the reason why, they're not new officers and have been in the service for some years," said Mr Teo. "Looking at their records, they have been in general good officers."

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Letter to Today: I am not Lawrence Khong

However, I wish to state clearly that this is not a petition for Christians or Muslims. It is a petition for all who care for Singapore and about the kind of environment that future generations of Singaporeans will grow up in. While I understand most of my petition’s support would come from the religious circles and I totally welcome it, I hope that even non-religious organizations and individuals can sign on this petition as well.

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Total Defence Day 2014: Remembering the Fall of Singapore

SAF Chief of Defence Force, Lieutenant-General Ng Chee Meng, and Recruit Nicodemes Yeo from Bravo Company of the 3rd Battalion, Singapore Guards (3 GDS) - representing the highest ranking and newest member of the SAF respectively - jointly laid a wreath at the foot of the monument in memory of the Japanese Occupation war victims.

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BATAM TOLD TO RETHINK PLAN TO BUILD USMAN, HARUN STATUE

Riau Islands Governor Muhammad Sani has told the Batam chapter of the Indonesian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) to reconsider its plan to build a statue in honour of former Marines Usman and Harun to prevent further friction with Singapore. Mr Sani said that Batam Kadin should bear in mind that Batam is a stone's throw away from Singapore. "What is the benefit for us?" Sani asked.

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PRC FAMILY ALLOWS THEIR KID TO PEE IN PUBLIC POOL DESPITE ADVISING THEM NOT TO

I am disgusted to see this family letting their child urinate into the drain right next to the swimming pool on Saturday, Feb 15. We saw this at the Downtown East chalet's swimming pool. Despite telling them nicely not to do this in the public pool, they ignored me and continue doing their thing. They are a family from China but I do not know if they are tourist or are they living here and they seems to not be able to understand english.

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Govt, S’poreans that blur on Indons’ ship-naming?

The govt missed the opportunity to kick the Indonesian govt in the balls. It could have made the Indon govt look stupid and crass internationally. S’poreans (govt* and all the commentators bar one Voice, see below) are behaving like frogs in a well in their reaction to the Indonesian brazenness over the naming a naval vessel after two “heroes” who killed S’porean civilians in the 1960s.

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To Driver of SGK7821K: A Warning

Lohcifer bought four set meals and the moment he collected them but before he and his wife could drive off again, the same woman behind his car started sounding the horn impatiently again. “What’s the bloody hurry?” asked Lohcifer. He wasn’t deliberately moving slowly, being mindful to drive off as quickly as possible, yet the impatience exhibited by the woman behind him really irked him.

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Former MFA protocol chief Lim Cheng Hoe pleads guilty to 10 counts of fraud

The former Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) protocol chief at the heart of a pineapple tarts cheating scandal on Monday pleaded guilty to 10 counts of fraud. Lim Cheng Hoe, who spent 38 years in public service and received the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 2009, was initially facing 60 counts of cheating the Government of about $89,000. The remaining 50 charges will be taken into consideration during his sentencing hearing on Thursday afternoon.

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