Failure

POPULAR COFFEE SHOP SUSPENDED A DAY FOR FAILURE TO PROVIDE SOAP IN TOILET

A popular coffee shop located in Upper Serangoon, well known for its nasi lemak and prawn mee stalls, have been ordered by the authorities to shut down for one day for failing to provide soap in its toilet.

Located at 965-969 Upper Serangoon Road, Mee Sek houses popular establishments like Ponggol Nasi Lemak Centre and Wawa's Lechon and Grill.

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RESERVED PRESIDENCY IS FLAWED & NOT OF HELP TO MALAY COMMUNITY

Damanhuri Abas of the Singapore Democratic Party weighs in on the flaws of the upcoming Presidential election and the Government's failures at engaging the Malay community here. "The government must now answer to the Malays as to where and how did these systemic racism happen under its watch for more than 50 years and what action must now be taken beyond tokenism to correct the injustices to the Malays."

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NORTH-SOUTH LINE & BUKIT PANJANG LRT GO DOWN IN ANOTHER PUBLIC TRANSPORT FAIL

The North-South (Red) MRT Line and the Bukit Panjang LRT line went down in the evening today within 30 minutes of each other. Photographs posted on Facebook by netizens showed stranded commuters making their way dangerously on the high ledge of the broken down LRT train. The LRT train had broken down just after leaving Teck Whye Station.

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FAULTY FIRE ALARM FAILED TO WARN SHOPPERS OF CHINATOWN POINT FIRE

Despite a fierce fire that broke out on the 3rd floor escalator landing at Chinatown Point yesterday afternoon, the fire alarm failed to go off even though the whole mall was filled with smoke. The SCDF said it was alerted to a fire at about 3PM and dispatched fire engines and support vehicles to the scene. When the fire was put out, preliminary investigations showed electrical wiring in the motor of the Schindler escalator had been burnt.

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DR CHEE: AFTER 15 YEARS, THE RESULTS ARE CLEAR, LEE HSIEN LOONG HAS FAILED

Public memory is short. That's what the PAP is counting on to get through the economic difficulties that we're rapidly sinking into. But forgetting the past is what will surely prolong our troubles. The painful truth is that the outlook for this country has never been bleaker and, the PM's blandishments notwithstanding, things will get worse under the PAP's autocratic but directionless leadership. Many analysts have, in fact, expressed the fear that the current downturn will be protracted. After a decade-and-a-half of the PAP's experiment, the results are in and it is plain that Mr Lee's attempt at economic restructuring has failed. The reasons are not hard to evince.

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S'PORE OPEN-LEG IMMIGRATION IS RESULT OF POOR FORESIGHT IN EDUCATION POLICIES

What is wrong with the Singapore policies? First, we don't have a good policy to create a talent-pool according to the demands and changes in economic commercial and industrial landscape of Singapore! I urge the MOE and MOM collectively put in place the changes required in creating for the next wave of talent-pool of IT professionals, intellectuals etc.

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LEE BEE WAH WHACKS NEA FOR FAILURE TO DESTROY 115 RAT HOLES

AGO said that after the rat holes were found, NEA did not actively follow up with the other organisations, to ensure that the necessary steps were taken to eradicate the pests. Lee Bee Wah, Chairwoman of the GPC for National Development and Environment, said that she is very disappointed with such a clear demarcation of duties among the agencies.

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FINES AGAINST SMRT ARE USELESS, GIVE S'POREANS FREE TRAVEL INSTEAD

Any fine paid by SMRT goes effectively from one Government pocket to another, or as one person put it, from the pants pocket to the shirt pocket, so does not hurt the people ultimately responsible for the breakdown. A far better way of compensating the much put-upon commuter is by forcing SMRT to allow free public transport for a number of days. As Singaporeans have paid for their network through higher taxes and more austerity, the free travel should only be extended to those holding pink ICs and their immediate family.

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