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SINGAPOREANS COMPLAIN ABOUT LACK OF BUYERS FOR HDB RESALE FLATS

IS THERE an oversupply of flats? This was a question raised by Nee Soon GRC Member of Parliament Lee Bee Wah on Monday, after she noticed that many residents in her ward faced problems selling their homes. In a Facebook post, Ms Lee said residents have approached her at Meet-the-People Sessions, saying that their Build-To-Order (BTO) flats are ready but they are unable to find buyers for their current flats. "Is this (a) sign of oversupply of flats?" she asked.

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[YOUR LETTERS] CHINA BEGGAR SYNDICATE STRIKES AGAIN?

PAP MP for Nee Soon GRC Dr Lee Bee Wah has filed a police report regarding the matter. She urged the public not to pass money to these beggars these actions would embolden them. She do not want more beggars to arrive and tarnish Singapore's image. Will the Singapore Police Force take swift actions against PRC beggars who have tarnished Singapore's image?

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Residents clean estate as cleaners take a rest

Dr Lee Bee Wah, an MP for Nee Soon GRC, said bus stops, playgrounds and carparks, which are often littered with used water bottles, among other things, tend to be some of the dirtier areas in the estate. She said she hoped the event will encourage residents to cultivate good habits. "There has been more awareness among residents that they have to do their part for a litter-free environment," she said.

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The case against importing athletes

Fifa condemns foreigner recruitment as a farce Having seen more and more countries deliberately recruiting foreign-born footballers, many of whom are Brazilian, with no familial or ancestral ties to their new country, Fifa president Sepp Blatter told the BBC in 2007: “If we don’t stop this farce, if we don’t take care about the invaders from Brazil towards Europe, Asia and Africa then, in the 2014 or the 2018 World Cup, out of the 32 teams you will have 16 full of Brazilian players.”

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There’s a special place for smokers in Nee Soon South… and it’s sheltered

Have you spotted this in Nee Soon South? It's one of the designated smoking corners launched on Sunday in a bid to turn the town into a smoke-free zone. What a way to bring them smokers together, hey? While smokers in other parts of Singapore are banned from lighting up at places like sheltered walkways, bus shelters and common areas of residential buildings, those in Nee Soon South have special corners erected just for them. And, they’re sheltered. These corners even have special concrete pathways leading to them. Wow.

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