As Chan Chun Sing himself said, the Govt knows that Ms Goh is the wife of Heng Chee How, but that she had went through the rigourous process of integrity checks, and she has years of experience in the public service, serving the nation with integrity and sense of public service. So of course, she is above and beyond conflict of interest. When she audits her husband's Ministry, she will of course, in the name of duty, flag up any inconsistencies, and by doing so, show up her husband's lack of leadership. After all, the sense of duty for the nation is above than the sense of duty of a wife, right?Read More »
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PAP Getting Full On Ready For GE, Search For Next Candidates Have Started
The PAP have been reported in their mouthpiece, the Straits Times as having started their selection process for the next generation of Yes men and women to take on the role of PAP candidates in the coming General Election. In case Singaporeans are still in the dark, lately, there has been an increase in the door-to-door visits done by MPs to their residents houses, signalling the beginning of showing their faces for the coming Elections.Read More »
DELIVEROO RIDER CLAIMS HE’S FORCEFULLY TERMINATED WITHOUT GOOD REASON
A loyal Deliveroo rider complained that they are terminated for funny reasons and forced to have their equipment returned.Read More »
MART IN TUAS SNEAKILY REPLACES EXPIRY DATE WITH NEWER ONE, HOW CAN?!
A netizen posted a video of this mart in Tuas which sneakily replaced its expiry date with a newer one. Be careful, don't kena conned and buy expired food! Is this how they do business?Read More »
WHY LEARN NEW SKILLS WHEN JOBS EVENTUALLY GO TO FOREIGNERS?
Why bother to learn new skills when jobs eventually go to foreigners? How does the Government ensure a "fine balance in deciding" how many Singaporean job seekers are not left behind?Read More »
NEW LAWS NEEDED FOR BY-ELECTION SO THAT GRC ENSURES MINORITY REPRESENTATION
A netizen disagrees that a by-election can only be called when all GRC members leave a constituency. Having a by-election in this case will mostly help maintain consistency and fairness of the GRC system in having at least a minority run it.Read More »
MAN’S NEW CAR GET SCRATCHED BY VANDAL, GIVES LAST CHANCE FOR HIM TO OWN UP B4 POLICE CALLED
I found a long deep scratch on my new Honda Odyssey's fuel door as well as 2 equally deep but smaller scratches on the left rear passenger side door when I went to drive my car this morning of 3 May 2017. As you can see from the pictures, it was obviously a deliberate act. The car was parked at level 3B of the multi-storey car park at Blk 450B Tampines Street 42 when it was scratched. Luckily, I managed to enlist the help of one of the motorists whose car was parked opposite mine to pass me the video footage of the culprit in action. I am willing to give the culprit a chance to contact me to make amends through compensation. You know who you are. If I do not hear from you soon, I will proceed to take the necessary action against you.Read More »
GLASS DOOR SHATTERS IN NEWLY OPENED NATIONAL GALLERY INJURING ONE VISITOR
A glass door on the fifth level of the National Gallery shattered yesterday afternoon at about 4:50pm. Due to the shatter, one visitor had a minor abrasion on his right hand and received first aid from the staff. Investigations are currently underway, and the area where the glass door shattered has been cordoned off and covered with a white sheet. The public is still able to access the Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden Gallery, Yan and Smoke & Mirrors exhibits through the adjacent glass doors.Read More »