THE 10 RICHEST PEOPLE IN SINGAPORE

Amidst the world’s fluctuating economies, Singapore, although literally one of the smallest nations in the world, has managed to increase its economic growth and is even considered as one of the world’s economic leaders in Southeast Asia today. Being one of Asia’s primary gateways to the world and one of the most sought after countries by foreign investors

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IT IS NOW CHEAPER TO USE THE MARINA COASTAL EXPRESSWAY

The Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) rates will be adjusted in five locations from Monday (Feb 3), the Land Transport Authority announced today (Jan 28). The changes come after the LTA’s completed its quarterly review of traffic conditions on ERP-priced roads and expressways. Among the changes, the S$6 rate at a gantry on the ECP will be reduced from S$6 to S$4 between 8.30am and 9pm. On Aug 5, the rate at that gantry, near the newly opened Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE), was raised from S$4 to S$6, a record high for any ERP gantry in Singapore.

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GAYS TAKING VIDEOS IN SWIMMING POOL CHANGING ROOMS

I had suspected for some time that the neighbourhood swimming pool I frequent is a gathering place for gays. Today, I had the fortune or misfortune (depending on how you see it) to confirm my suspicion. I was on leave today and decided to go swimming in the afternoon. It is usually therapeutic for me to exercise, as the physical exertion is a good change from the usual mental exertion that my job requires. The water turned out to be disgustingly salty and full of fallen leaves and twigs.

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SINGAPOREAN GUYS ARE LOSERS

Hey, I’ll say it. Damn right I’ll say it. Singaporean guys are losers. What are you going to do? Are you going to call me a GCP (“Golden Cheese Pie,” a woman whose genitalia is a precious and expensive commodity)? Are you going to say that my tits are too small, or fake? Are you going to go “fap fap fap” to my pictures? Are you going to call me a slut, or say that I have a fetish for iron rods?

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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION SHOULD NOT HIRE GAY TEACHERS

We asked many questions to peek into his new found interest and understand when and where it had developed. Over the past year, he became quiet and shut himself in the room often. Throughout the conversation, JJ kept saying that we 'straight people' will never understand that he's born that way. He kept insisting that he was born gay. I felt like a failure because I don't know where I had gone wrong or what did I do wrong. I have let my sister down. Should I let JJ continue being gay or should I get someone to talk to him like a counsellor?

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ANG MOH PREPARING FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR

It's been an exciting first month at a new job and this week we will also celebrate the Chinese New Year (CNY) for the second time here in Singapore! There are a variety of traditions of how to celebrate it. Last weekend we had a reunion dinner with my husband's relatives, and this weekend. We also give oranges, they go in twos and they symbolize prosperity

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Traffic Police Finds Fault with Truck Driver Josiah Wong

While driving a truck along SLE today a Traffic Police car cut into my lane suddenly and step on the brake multiple times. The car then drove away and a few minutes later, appear in front of me again. Turned on its siren and direct me to stop at the side of the expressway.

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TAMIL IS GIVEN LESS IMPORTANCE IN COMPARISON TO HINDI IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

I have recently raised my concern's on the availability of Tamil Language in my neighbouring estate for my child who is attending Primary School next year (enrolment starts July this year) with MOE, Mr. Heng Swee Keat (whom never bothered replying) and the school involved but the reply from MOE was rather unsatisfactory.

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Samsung leads as smartphone sales top billion

The smartphone market hit a milestone in 2013 with more than a billion shipped, a survey showed on Monday. Samsung extended its lead as the world's biggest vendor, accounting for 31.3 per cent of sales, ahead of Apple's 15.3 per cent, according to the poll by market research and analysis firm IDC. IDC said vendors delivered a total of 1.004 billion smartphones last year, up 38.4 per cent from 2012. And smartphones made up 55 per cent of the total mobile phone shipments of 1.8 billion.

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Chiams need a dose of reality

One wonders what led the Singapore People’s Party leaders to re-elect a frail Chiam See Tong and his wife, who lost an Opposition stronghold in the last election, to head the party on Friday. However, he clearly does not have the stamina to lead a political party that is serious about contesting the next general election. He needs help walking. Mrs Lina Chiam, 65, his wife, lost Potong Pasir by 114 votes and is keeping the Chiam flag flying as a Non-Constituency MP.

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