NTUC INCOME DENIED OUR CLAIM

Recently, the workshop told us that NTUC Income had denied our claim and repudiated all liability, as the other driver did not make a report. This was despite the evidence - the signed letter from the driver admitting his fault, and footage from our car video camera. The General Insurance Association told me my only recourse was to sue the other driver.

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CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (CIA) OFFICIAL WRITE-UP ON PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION

It was partly the need for sponsorship of political activity in the centers and partly also Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew's need for a personal political organization which led to the creation of political committees throughout the city in 1964. Like so many other organizations touching on the People's Association complex, the committees pretend not to be political organizations at all.

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WHY NTUC WORKS CLOSELY WITH PAP

Labour MPs undergo the same stringent selection process as other PAP candidates. We also recruit potential PAP candidates who can contribute to the labour movement. Such a two-way approach has served our workers and union members well. On this 50th anniversary of NTUC, it is timely to recapitulate this symbiotic relationship between NTUC and PAP. Together, we are partners in nation-building.

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Indonesia naming ship after MacDonald House bombers

Among the innocents killed in the blast were 36 yr old Suzie Khoo, private secretary, 23 yr old Juliet Goh, filing clerk, and driver Mohammed Yasin bin Kesit, 45. I don’t remember the MacDonald House attack being mentioned in any of our history textbooks, nor any of the 37 bombs that hit us during the Sukarno led Konfrontasi. It wasn’t just public buildings being targetted. In Dec 1963, two men were killed in Sennett Estate, while another deadly bomb went off on April 1964 at a BLOCK OF HDB FLATS off Changi Road.

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Civility in the Face of External Provocation?

On learning that Indonesia had named a frigate KRI Usman Harun after the two Indonesian marines Usman Mohd Ali and Harun Said who were executed after being convicted of setting off a bomb at MacDonald House in Singapore that killed three people and injured 33 others in 1965, Singapore leaders called their Indonesian counterparts.

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FORMER PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ‘UN-INVITED’ TO ISTANA CNY PARTY

“It is most unfortunate that PA made the mistake of using the old list instead of the updated list. We are sorry for the error, and this is why I phoned Mr Tan and the other affected invitees personally to explain the mistake, and followed up with personal emails to apologize again.

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PETTY LIM SWEE SAY "UN-INVITED" DR TAN CHENG BOCK FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR PARTY

Then on 8th Jan 2014 l was informed by Minister Lim Swee Say, deputy chairman PA that this was an error! He conveyed to me by phone and email. There was a change in ‘policy’ to invite only those ex-advisers to grassroots organisations, from the immediate past GE (2011). I did not fit into this category as l stood down in 2006.

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TERROR BOMB KILLS 2 GIRLS AT BANK, AT LEAST 33 INJURED

Two Indonesian marines, Osman Haji Mohammed Ali, 25, and Harun Said, 21, were charged in court on March 16 for the bombing and hung in Changi Jail on Oct 17, 1968. In protest over the hanging, 400 students in Jakarta stormed the Singapore embassy and attacked the consul’s residence as well as the homes of two Singaporean diplomats.

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