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HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER: FINE CAR DRIVERS WHO DO NOT GIVE WAY

Upon reading yesterday's article about someone requesting a ban on heavy vehicles using the expressway I have a disappointing comment to make. In Singapore, heavy vehicles are being discriminated by cars on the roads, often when we see cars not giving way to these heavy vehicles or in fact each other on the roads when others signal their intention.

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PRC BUS DRIVER INSULTS S'PORE MOTHER STRUGGLING WITH BABY PRAM

On 07/01/2016 , 5pm, my wife brought my 1.5 yr old son out and she took bus 106 (SMB3515Y). My wife was pushing a baby pram. While I do understand that under the rules, the baby pram needs to be folded and carried up into the bus. But my wife needs to carry my baby and other stuff, why can't the staff help? Instead, the driver insisted that my wife do everything by herself or find others to help.

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ELDERLY MAN SLAPPED MY HEAD WHEN I DIDN'T OFFER NON-PRIORITY MRT SEAT TO HIM

I was on the train to work yesterday when something horrible happened to me. the man actually whacked my head really hard as he walked past me to sit on 2 seats away from me. Feeling appalled by the sudden pain, I glared at him with a shocked look. He then looked me in the eye fiercely and then mumbled 'sorry accidentally' in hokkien. I later figured out that he wanted to 'teach me a lesson' for not offering him the seat nearer to him.

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4 DECADES OF NATION BUILDING DOWN THE DRAIN BECAUSE OF PAP & FTS

During the years under LKY and GCT, efforts were made to build a Singapore identity, multi racial harmony and a society with graceful habits befitting the status of a First World Nation. So where is the graceful 1st world society that Goh Chok Tong promise to build...a Singapore that is comparable to what the Swiss have created?

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SKM: SINGAPOREANS ARE MORE GRACIOUS

Although fewer people are directly receiving or doing kind acts, more still believe that the Republic is becoming a more gracious society, the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) said today. Its latest Graciousness Index improved for the second consecutive year with a score of 61 points, compared with 55 last year, as more Singaporeans rated themselves and others higher when it comes to being considerate, courteous and appreciative.

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