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YISHUN AGAIN: WOMAN ARRESTED FOR FIGHTING WITH RUDE NEIGHBOUR

A 44 year old woman who lives in Yishun was arrested for being involved in an altercation with her neighbour. One of them blamed the other for sending her disgusting messages, continuously slamming the door and throwing rubbish in front of her gate. Yishun again? Seriously?

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MALAY TODDLER TRAPPED IN CAR AT BALMORAL PLAZA, RESCUED BY SCDF

Our reader noticed a Malay toddler being trapped in a car just this afternoon at Balmoral Plaza and thinks it was a careless mistake by the child's parent. According to our reader, the Singapore Civil Defence Force used hydraulic equipment to rescue the boy, who was excited upon seeing the SCDF in action.

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DELIVERY RIDER JAILED FOR TRESPASSING, FILMING WOMAN IN OFFICE TOILET

A 37 year old delivery rider was jailed 4 weeks for filming a woman in her office toilet last year. He trespassed into the building and recorded the woman with his phone placed beneath the cubicle door. Nowadays you're not even safe in your own office?

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RANDOM MAN TRIES TO OPEN DRIVER SIDE DOOR AT TRAFFIC JUNCTIONS

Drivers around Yishun should stay vigilant with this man.

Yes very sad, it's Yishun again. Just wanted to share an incident at junction of Yishun bus interchange . Was travelling with wife and baby when a clearly troubled man tried to open the driver side door.
I had to accelerate forward to increase my distance from him. Very dangerous if driver or passenger side door was unlocked.

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PAP MPS ON WALKABOUTS BYPASS HOMES OF QUESTIONING RESIDENTS AND LEAVES FLIERS ON DOORS INSTEAD

During the last GE in September 2015, i was at my parents place on a saturday when the door bell rang. Standing there was 2 RC/PAP staff with the lightning logo on their tee shirt. She "instructed" me to stay at home bcos the mp is coming by to give me some stuff. So naturally, i asked her give out what. She murmured something which i couldnt really understand. i went "huh?" Then she impatiently said, "walkabout la, you dont know what is walkabout ah?" The other person beside her immediately said something like "this one don't waste time". After more than 3 hours of waiting, nobody came by. I decided to then close the front door when I realized somebody left something on my gate. It had a beautiful photo of the smiley MP in the front and read something like "we were here earlier today but nobody was at home..", written in 4 different languages. I couldn't be bothered to read the rest of the content.

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'INGENIOUS' TOWN COUNCIL 'LOCKS' OPEN LETTERBOX WITH MASKING TAPE

On 9th Jan Saturday, the mail guy forgot to lock letterbox leaving 6 households of letter exposed,so I called town council to do something about it. First thing they said is we don't have the key so can you please call Singpost instead. After a while they called me and said their guys went down and it's locked. When I saw it, they use masking tape to tape the door shut. Few months back there was a gas smell at the 1st floor lobby too, and when I called town council to do something and their reply was to ask me to call powergas. Sigh, are our public servants just high bonus phone operators?

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GLASS DOOR SHATTERS IN NEWLY OPENED NATIONAL GALLERY INJURING ONE VISITOR

A glass door on the fifth level of the National Gallery shattered yesterday afternoon at about 4:50pm. Due to the shatter, one visitor had a minor abrasion on his right hand and received first aid from the staff. Investigations are currently underway, and the area where the glass door shattered has been cordoned off and covered with a white sheet. The public is still able to access the Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden Gallery, Yan and Smoke & Mirrors exhibits through the adjacent glass doors.

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NEIGHBOR WARNS RESIDENTS THAT HDB INSTALLED DOORS ARE EASILY DISMANTLED

Elderly Mr Lim Kim Seng has been going around warning his neighbors about a critical flaw in the metal gates installed in his Block 76, Marine Drive, for residents under the Home Improvement Programme. 68 year-old Mr Lim says that the fasteners used to secure the metal gates to the concrete walls are easily removed with a few simple tools and would easily grant access to would-be criminals.

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