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NEA SUSPENDS LICENSE OF POPULAR BISHAN COFFEESHOP OVER RAT INFESTATION

The National Environment Agency (NEA) will be suspending the licence of eating house at Blk 511 Bishan Street 13 #01-522, Singapore 570511 under the Points Demerit System for main operators. The eating house, together with all of its food stalls, will be required to cease operations for one day on 20/01/2017.

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FOREIGN HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVERS EVERYWHERE, HOW SAFE ARE OUR ROADS?

Many transport operators are employing foreign drivers because of daft Singaporeans not wanting to work as one and since the last decade, we have seen a huge increase in drivers from Indochina, PRC, India and Bangladesh and I propose the authorities to look into more thorough training for these foreign drivers as they are spending many hours on the roads.

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LICENSE FOR CEDELE AT PARKWAY PARADE SUSPENDED FOR 2 WEEKS

Suspension Of Licence Of Foodshop At 80 Marine Parade Road, #B1-83D, Parkway Parade Singapore 449269 Under The Points Demerit System

The National Environment Agency (NEA) will be suspending the licence of foodshop at 80 Marine Parade Road, #B1-83D, Parkway Parade Singapore 449269 under the Points Demerit System. The period of suspension is two weeks from 15/07/2016 to 28/07/2016.

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UBER & GRABCAR TO FACE NEW REGULATIONS, DRIVERS TO STUDY FOR VOCATIONAL LICENSE

Industry sources familiar with LTA's plans to regulate the private car hire industry revealed that Uber and Grabcar drivers may soon be required to have a vocational license. This licensed can be attained through a 10 hour long training programme. In comparison, taxi drivers face a 60 hour taxi driver vocational license course. If this regulatory framework is implemented, Singapore will join a slew of other countries like Australia to regulate an industry that has been accused of competing unfairly with taxis.

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SMOKERS SHOULD BE TAXED MORE & BUY A SMOKER'S LICENSE TO SMOKE LEGALLY

If a healthy society is what we truly aim for, then we could start by having a licence for smokers. An amount of $500 a year could be added to a smoker's income tax if he is working. If he does not pay income tax, have a family member pay for him; or he can buy a monthly licence at the post office or other outlets. Smokers caught without a licence should be fined $20, payable at any ATM.

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