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CLAIMS THAT THE GRASS JELLY FROM NTUC MADE OF PLASTIC ARE FALSE

NTUC Fairprice have said that the video which purportedly show a grass jelly or chin chow product that is made of plastic is false. In the viral video, a man, introducing himself as Vincent Ng, had said that the Tan Soon Mui grass jelly he bought from FairPrice was "made of plastic".

The 1min 38sec video shows what appears to be dry, flaky grass jelly, instead of the usual smooth dark product. A spokesman for the NTUC Fairprice has stated that they had clarified with the local manufacturer, and found that the claim is false. Checks done by the manufacturer does not reveal any of the same product having had the same issue as the the one int he viral video. The spokesman also said that the manufacturer has made a police report. Fairprice has also tried to reach out to the man in the video to provide clarifications and to aid in investigation,s but thus far, it has failed to establish contact.

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AVA FAILED TO CATCH SEGAR RD MONKEY FOR 2 WKS, INSTALLS CCTV INSTEAD

Five new CCTV cameras were set up in Bukit Panjang in order to help catch the troublemaking monkey. AVA said the cameras will allow them to better understand the monkey's movements and plan more effective operations.

There are around 160 reports of monkey attacks but AVA and ACRES are still trying to catch the monkey. They have no choice but to install CCTV after failing to catch one monkey for the past two weeks.

The attacks are believed to be by a single monkey which has occasionally popped by nearby schools and stole students' lunchboxes.

Do you think this is effective?

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AVA: EGGS SOLD AT ANG MO KIO COFFEESHOP ARE REAL

The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore has posted a statement on its Facebook page to clarify that the eggs sold at an Ang Mo Kio coffeeshop are real. This follows reports of a Facebook video by one user, Jerome Junior, who accused the coffeeshop of selling fake synthetic eggs from China.

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AFTER MONKEY BITES RESIDENTS, AVA FINALLY DECLARES THE MONKEY AS A PUBLIC SAFETY RISK

AVA has described the situation where a monkey is running havoc and going around biting people at Segar Road as a public safety risk. They are now working with the Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (Acres) to remove the monkey that has continued to wreak havoc in the Bukit Panjang estate since November last year, after another monkey was removed.

After biting numerous people and not being afraid of the presence of humans in the area, and AVA only now calls it a safety public risk? Thanks, but you did not need to tell the public that. We already know, long before you did. The monkey have been a menace since at least November last year, and residents have complained since then, but only now action is to be taken? After the media finally publicise the issue?

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CUDDLES CAT CAFE OWNER NEGLECTED THE HEALTH OF CATS IN HIS CAFE TO MAKE QUICK BUCKS

The owner, Jonathan Tan Wei-De, had falsified cat health records in his application for AVA's temporary licence to keep animals for public interaction on the premises. He was alleged to fail to keep the cats in good health.

What kind of a man is this? Irresponsibly ignoring the health of the cats, just so that he could open his cat cafe and make money out of people who loves cats. Probably the health of the cats are the last thing on his mind, instead, it was all about the money. Well, spend the next two weeks behind bars and think about money. Good for you!

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SEGAR ROAD MONKEYS GETTING MORE AGGRESSIVE, WHERE IS AVA?

In one case, a resident claimed that a monkey had bitten his three year old son last week, and also confirmed that at least three or four other people have been bitten by the monkeys. Some residents are now even afraid of stepping out of their flats. A resident said the monkey has broken items like flower pots, and his family has mostly stayed at home during the recent long weekend due to the fear of being attacked by the monkeys.

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HELP! SEGAR RD MONKEYS DESTROY NEIGHBOURS PLANTS & CAUSE BIG MESS

<Reader Contribution by Dan Lim>

I live in the Segar rd area where some monkeys have been making a big mess for the past few months. They regularly climb up the block to look for food and end up destroying all my plants and pots!

Help, I am not sure how it happened as my family never left food lying around or feed the monkeys. They are not very scared of humans too. If this goes on, I worry our house will be destroyed by those monkeys!

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FINALLY, GOOD NEWS FROM AVA! WE DID NOT IMPORT ROTTEN MEAT FROM BRAZIL!

I guess we can all breathe a sigh of relief that AVA has announced that Singapore is not affected by the Brazilian rotten meat saga. None of the 21 meat-processing establishments placed by the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply under a special surveillance regime are approved to export to Singapore, the authority said in a statement.

This is a huge relief. When NTUC announced earlier today that they are checking with the meat supplier, Singaporeans collectively held their breath. What if we really had been eating rotten meat? Thankfully, it has been confirmed Singapore was not affected. Finally AVA brought some good news to Singaporeans, after all their culling nonsense.

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AVA CULLS MORE CHICKENS, THIS TIME IN PASIR RIS

AVA is at is again! Just a month after the Sin Ming chickens was culled that angered many Singaporeans, AVA went ahead and culled some free roaming chickens in the Pasir Ris area. AVA claimed, as they will, that these chickens could pose a threat to public health in the event that bird flu is brought here by migratory birds.

Residents near the culling area, at the Sungei Api Api area claimed that there used to be more than 10 chickens around the area, but now only a scattered 2 or 3 remained. Expect these 2 or 3 to be culled soon too. AVA said it has been receiving feedback about the "growing free-roaming chicken population" since January last year, although they declined to say exactly how many complaints were received, or indeed, if the complaints come from the same group of people.

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