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Ah Loong Says Bond Between PAP And NTUC Needs To Be Strengthened, Current Bond Not Enough

Ah Loong Says Bond Between PAP And NTUC Needs To Be Strengthened, Current Bond Not Enough

Note how the speech comes at a time when Singapore's General Election draws ever nearer, and also how he did not subtly try to hide his words. He said the PAP and NTUC to work together, not NTUC to work with the Singapore government, with opposition and all. So, he has gone all out to ask NTUC to work with a specific political party, thus bringing in partisan politics to a Trade Union.

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JAIL FOR ONE ILLEGAL RACER, PROBATION FOR OTHER RACER "FRM GOOD FAMILY"

A sales account manager, Malaysian Sugath Lum Wai Yuen, 30 was sentenced to jail for two weeks, fined $1,500 and banned from driving for a year for taking part in an illegal race along Seletar Link in July 2015.

Last month, the other racer, Jandej Goh (now 21 years old) received a probation sentence for participating in the same race. As Goh "comes from a good family", he was placed under supervised probation - he has to remain indoors from 11pm to 6am.

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FAIR? ORGANISERS OF SAFE BICYCLE RACE W/O PERMIT GETS JAILED BUT MAN WHO RACED CAR W/O PERMIT LET OFF WITH PROBATION

Interestingly in Singapore; two guys who conducted bicycle races without permit, because they wanted to make the race affordable to youths and engage them into to the healthy and physically demanding sport of fixed gear riding, evolving to a community by itself recognized by the Cycling federation, gets 7 Days jail and fined for $5000/- , after forking out thousands in legal fees.

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GOH CHOK TONG: PEOPLE & GOVERNMENT MUST BOND WELL FOR SINGAPORE TO SUCCEED

Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong on Saturday (Aug 16) raised concerns about the relationship between the people and the government. Speaking a day ahead of the Prime Minister's National Day Rally, Mr Goh stressed that good bonding between both sides is a critical factor for a country's success. But he is also worried this bond "is being loosened" in Singapore.

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Appeal for waiver of $76,000 bond payment for failing teaching course from Minister of education Mr Heng Swee Kiat

I am appealing on behalf of Mr Zulfikli, who has written to us regarding MOE’s request for his daughter Zafirah Hamizah Bte Zulfikli to pay back a bond of $76,000 for failing her teaching course at NIE. We also find the bond payback both ridiculous and unreasonable especially when hundreds of millions of taxpayer money is splashed on foreign students studying on scholarship here.

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52-year-old woman earned $325/month as part-timer to pay $6300 penalty to Pawsitive Sensations for breaking bond

Remember the 52-year-old lady who took on 2 jobs earning only $600/month in order to survive? I mentioned before about the contract that I have signed demanding penalty payment if I broke the bond even though I paid my own course fee of $1600 (instalment payment of $400/4 months – receipts attached). I have quit in December last year from the company. Its a Asst Canine Massage Practitioner course and lasted for 6 months. I have completed the course. Its ridiculous that I have to pay back $6300 for breaking the bond when the course fee of $1600 is all paid by me. Is this fair?

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MOE doing more to track foreign students who took grants & defaulted on bonds

The Education Ministry has been stepping up efforts to better track foreign students who took tuition grants for their studies in Singapore but have not served their bonds. It takes action against those who default on service obligations by pursuing liquidated damages against them, Education Minister Heng Swee Keat said in Parliament on Friday. When liquidated damages cannot be recovered, their status as bond defaulters would be taken into consideration should they apply to work or reside in Singapore.

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