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DO NOT LEND MONEY TO THIS MAN, HE HAS NO INTENTION OF PAYING BACK

Alright, I normally don't do this. But this guy here named Chris apparently owe my friend $1000SGD. He promised to return on a date that is set by him but didn't kept to his promise. Okay, he then gave my friend another date to settle the money owe. Till now, no calls no messages, NOTHING. Went to his house today and wrote a note telling him to call my friend. Apparently, another tenant called and said that he have already move out. MOVE HOUSE, NUMBER CHANGED.

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INDON MAID STOLE EMPLOYER'S VALUABLES & ESCAPED S'PORE ON HER OFF-DAY

The Indonesia maid has been working for me about 6 months. She is very good in acting. Like a normal person just do her job to look after our new born baby girl and housework. One Saturday evening we wanted to past her the work permit for her off day the next day but we couldn't find the work permit and the passport! The next day the maid go for her off day and we try to search for her passport again but cannot find it than we decide to check our locked drawer to check if our gold and money if is still inside but to our surprise our gold in a bag n cash is missing!!!!

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PRC BOY CLIMBS ONTO 11TH STOREY WINDOW LEDGE TO ESCAPE ANGRY MOTHER

A Chinese school boy spent two hours sitting on a narrow ledge beneath his bedroom window after he tried to avoid punishment from his mother when he refused to do his homework. Xiao Kai climbed out the window of his family apartment building on the 11th floor ledge in Yibin city in Sichuan in Southwest China after he had an argument with his mother on Monday morning. The 12-year-old boy refused to do his homework before the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations and wanted to sleep in longer as he had no school that day. But Xiao locked himself in his bedroom during an argument and climbed out of his window while his mother went to get a key to open the door.

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NG ENG HENG: 27% OF PERMANENT RESIDENTS RENOUNCE PR STATUS TO SIAM NS

Last month, a MP asked Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen that among the 532,000 Singapore permanent residents (PRs) in 2013, how many served NS and how many decided not to. Dr Ng replied that the total number of PRs in Singapore in 2013 or in any years is not an appropriate population to base queries or answers on. “For the simple reason that that number includes people who are not liable for NS. For example, they include female PRs, first generation PRs, male PRs who have already completed their NS and all those who have not reached the age of 18 years to serve full-time NS,” he said.

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BEST KEPT SECRETS TO SIAM THE CPF MINIMUM SUM

CPF Board has announced that CPF Minimum Sum will be increased to $155,000 from $148,000 for 2014. This news has caused pretty bad publicity and it is definitely not well received. There is so much attention on the $155,000 number that they have left out the details surrounding the minimum sum. The details to get exempted from the CPF minimum sum.

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