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SBS DRIVER WHO RAMMED INTO MOTORCYCLISTS HAD GOOD DRIVING RECORD, WAS A VERY NICE MAN

According to a friend of the SBS driver who rammed into motorcyclists at Pasir Panjang, he is a Singaporean with excellent driving record for almost 20 years and is a very nice man. The friend asked for people to refrain from jumping to conclusions. The accident has affected him immensely and taken a toll on his health.

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COURT FORECLOSED M RAVI'S FLAT WITHOUT CONSIDERING HIS ILL HEALTH

The Court foreclosed M Ravi's HDB flat even though he was too ill to appear in court. Despite having the relevant medical documents to prove his ill health, the court did not relent. Our reader is asking for Singaporeans to donate to M Ravi who may become homeless when he gets discharged. After all, he has always been fighting for people's rights and was never concerned about funding for himself.

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HELP SAVE LITTLE BOY FIGHTING FOR LIFE IN NUH ICU

My nephew, Muhammad Raffique Rayfal is admitted in NUH ICU as he is diagnosed with cerebral abscess. He is currently undergoing treatments and operations and his medical bill amounting to SGD 43,000 ++ His mother, who is my sister, and family come all the way from Johor Bahru. Hence, Muhammad Raffique Rayfal is served as an international patient here in NUH.

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SUPER FIT 65 Y.O. UNCLE DOES SUPERMAN STUNTS, PUTS YOUNGER MEN TO SHAME

A Singaporean elderly man was spotted in a local park performing exercises, such as handstand push ups and planches, that would put most younger men to shame. Readers reported seeing the man performing his usual exercise routines, which involve him riding a unicycle along a stretch of railing along the reservoir, for some time.

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