BEDOK RESERVOIR

The Workers' Party Resume HDB Void Deck Meet-The-People-Sessions

The Workers' Party Resume HDB Void Deck Meet-The-People-Sessions

The Workers' Party Members of Parliament (WP MPs) have restarted their physical Meet-the-People Sessions (MPS) last week. Physical MPS were previously suspended due to the Covid19 pandemic, but NEA has allowed MPS to commence once safety measures to reduce the risk of Covid19 transmission have been fulfilled.

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Covid19: Staff of Bedok Reservoir Pre-School Asked to Go to Khatib MRT Pick-Up Point for Swab Test

A pre-school in Bedok Reservoir has registered its staff for a slot at Khatib MRT to be picked up for swab test. This is strange as there is a pick-up point at Tampines West which is much nearer to where most of the staff are staying. It takes 1.5 hours to travel from Bedok to Khatib by MRT. During this covid-19 situation, doesn't it make sense to shorten travel distance to minimise risk of exposure to viruses?

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DRUNK MAN RAN NAKED INTO ROAD AT BEDOK RESERVOIR

The man created a scene as he dashed across a road, causing vehicles to jam their brakes. The incident happened early on a Saturday morning. According to eye witnesses, the man appeared drunk, and was fully clothed when he first created a scene. He started taking off his clothes, and ran onto the road, where he stood for two to three minutes.

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BEDOK DOUBLE MURDER MAID WILL NOT BE SENT BACK TO SG

This will represent a second high profile case in Singapore of two foreigners committing major crimes here and then running away to another country. The first was the Standard Chartered bank robbery, where a Canadian man is held in Thailand for the crime. In both cases, the suspects have been arrested, but chances of them facing sentencing in Singapore are slim. Does this represent failure for Singapore authorities?

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MAID SUSPECTED IN DOUBLE MURDER WAS HIRED FROM COUPLE'S SON MAID AGENCY

More and more details are emerging about the maid suspected of the double murder of the elderly couple at their Bedok Reservoir flat. Some news media have named the maid as Khasanah, and placed her age as 41 years old. Reports also indicated that she had brought tickets to either Batam or Tanjung Balai on Great Karimun on the very day the murders were committed.

While authorities try to find her on one of these islands, with the Singapore police having believed to have contacted their Indonesian counterparts to assist in the investigations, the most damaging detail of this tragedy has emerged. It is reported that the maid was hired from Sun Employment Agency, which is owned by the dead couple's son, who also lives in the flat. Online records show that the couple's daughter also works at the agency, which has been around for about 12 years and moved to its current location at Bukit Timah Shopping Centre about two years ago. If this allegations are true, then it does seem that the son had facilitated in getting his parents the maid, which is not out of the ordinary. But this maid would go on to be a suspect in his parent's deaths is a tragic side story.

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MAID SUSPECTED OF BEDOK RESERVOIR DOUBLE MURDER FLED TO INDONESIA

The maid suspected in the double murder case in Bedok Reservoir, in which two elderly couples were found dead in separate areas of their house, is believed to have fled Singapore for an Indonesian Island. The couple were found and pronounced dead on Wednesday afternoon.

Media reports stated that the maid is a suspect in the murder case, and she had been living with the couple for about a month. She was believed to have fled via the Harbourfront Centre on Wednesday, buying a ticket for the first available boats out. Based on information on the Singapore Cruise website, ferries were available to two Indonesian destinations: Batam or Tanjung Balai on Great Karimun Island.

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APPEAL FOR EYE-WITNESS AND VIDEO FOOTAGE FOR CAR ACCIDENT

SINCERELY PLEADING for eye-witnesses or drivers with in-car camera footages to come forward to assist in an accident which occured on 06 April 2016 (Wednesday) at 7.46pm, at the signalised Cross-Junction of Bedok Reservoir Road & Kaki Bukit Ave 1.

The accident involved a BLACK Toyota Camry and a SILVER Nissan Pickup Low-bed Lorry.

The Pickup crashed head-on into the right side fender of the Camry, resulting in a T-crash situation.

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POLY CANOEIST BITTEN BY UNKNOWN FISH AFTER HE CAPSIZED IN BEDOK RESERVOIR

An incident last September at Bedok Reservoir where a 19-year-old kayaker was bitten in the foot by what seemed to be a fish has prompted water agency PUB to issue a public advisory on boating activities there. According to The New Paper, Temasek Polytechnic student Kian Wai Seetoh had fallen into the water after his kayak capsized near a pontoon. As he was attempting to climb onto the pontoon, he felt something bite his right foot.

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Bedok spat not well managed, admits Cisco

"Usually I like to carry my rod and walk by the floating deck to buy food at a food court near Bedok Reservoir. Cisco has caught me umpteen times. I have already told him I was just walking," he said, adding that he chose to post the video online in "self-defence", after feeling threatened. "That day, coincidentally I had my lure attached but I wasn't casting. I think he can see that for himself and yet he approached me."

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