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Covid19: S'poreans Frustrated Over MND's OneService App In Reporting People Who Flout CB Rules

I have encountered some difficulties to report breaching of Circuit Breaker Measures and I believe a lot of people are sharing the same frustration judging from the comments on the Google Play Store for the One Service App. Is the One Service App just a token gesture by the government to pretend to collect feedback from Singaporeans, when in actual fact, it is just for show and they can't be bothered to take real action with the feedback that was given to them?

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Years Without Lift Stopping At Every Floor In HDB Estate, SDP Fights For It, Gets Rejected, While PAP MP Is Taking Credit For Hard Work Of SDP

Years Without Lift Stopping At Every Floor In HDB Estate, SDP Fights For It, Gets Rejected, While PAP MP Is Taking Credit For Hard Work Of SDP

And just to rub salt onto residents' wounds, the PAP MP for the area, Ong Teng Koon, quickly posted a flyer after the SDP raised the matter. He said that he had been “pushing hard” for a solution and the situation is “making good progress”.

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MND: AHTC RAPPED FOR LATE ACCOUNTING & NON-COMPLIANCE WITH FINANCIAL RULES

The Ministry of National Development is at it again. It has taken the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC) to task again for submitting its audited financial statements late for the 5th year straight and for "persistent lapses" pertaining to its financial accounts.

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MND "DEEPLY CONCERNED" WITH AHTC IMPROPER PAYMENTS, DEMANDS AHTC TO RECOVER LOST MONIES

MND is deeply concerned with the latest findings in the KPMG report (“the Report”) on its review of past payments made by the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC).The Report found serious legal and other regulatory breaches, and improper payments made from Town Council funds running into millions of dollars. The Report also identified the possibility of criminal conduct. These findings by KPMG are serious. There has been a significant loss of public monies.

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GOVT'S CARPARK RATE HIKE A MOVE TO FLEECE S'POREANS & REAP HUGE PROFITS?

Lastly, both agencies operate and manage public car parks. The key word here is ‘public’. Both agencies are government agencies. They should have public in the mind when making decisions, not comparing with private car parks nor global cities car park rates. We pay taxes to government to manage the country, not for government to fleece the public and increase their profit from the existing ‘huge profit’.

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GOV DETERMINED TO INCREASE ALL PUBLIC CAR PARK RATES SOON

The government is planning to increase public car park rates for all public car parks, the Straits Times has reported. The Housing Development Board (HDB) and Urban Redevelopment Authority both confirmed with the paper that they are planning to introduce price hikes of both short term and season parking schemes soon.

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