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Large Crowd Queues For Commemorative $20 Notes, Got Enough For Everyone?

Large Crowd Queues For Commemorative $20 Notes, Got Enough For Everyone?

Singaporeans likes to join in long queues for almost anything. From Hello Kitty plush toys, A&W re-opening at Jewel, and launch of new Apple iPhones. The latest long queue that Singaporeans have been seen in is the launch of the commemorative $20 note that was released today, to mark the bicentennial celebrations for Singapore this year.

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WHY LTA NEVER TAKE ACTION AGAINST TAXI DRIVERS WHO OBSTRUCT ROAD TO TAXI STAND

I need the LTA to go near taxi stands and fine taxi drivers queuing at the taxi stands, as much as they don't like others to use their taxi stands, whenever the taxi stands states " 2 taxis only" you will see snaking queue o taxis queuing around there to wait for passengers, and this causes obstruction to traffic! This is a common sight at Jurong Point, Blk 109 Bukit Purmei and public taxi stands at MRT stations and CBD.

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DID GOVT OFFICIALS INFLATE THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO PAY RESPECT TO LKY?

Now, the above calculations had assumed that the Parliament House opened 24 hours for 4 days, for people to pay their respects to Mr Lee. In reality, on the last day (28 Mar), it was only opened up till 8pm. Imagine, at less than 1 second per person, people are practically zooming past Mr Lee’s casket. There is no doubt that both Mr Lee’s admirers and detractors will not deny that Mr Lee, together with the other old guards like Toh Chin Chye, Goh Keng Swee, Rajaratnam, Hon Swee Sen etc, had contributed greatly to the country, especially in the earlier years of Singapore. But whether the 450,000 figure is “exaggerated” or not by officials, one can be sure that Mr Lee couldn’t care less about the number.

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DESPERATE SINGAPOREAN PARENTS QUEUE OVERNIGHT HOPING FOR PLACE AT ETONHOUSE CHILDCARE

Childcare firm EtonHouse International has been told to "thoroughly review" its registration process, after more than 100 people queued for a place at its new Punggol centre a day before registration opened. People started queuing as early as 10am the day before registration opened at 9am yesterday. By 11pm on Friday, the line had stretched to about 130 people, who brought along chairs, water and extension cords for charging their phones.

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