Responsibility

CAR MECHANIC SHIRKS RESPONSIBILITY & COMPENSATION FOR MELTED EXHAUST REPLACEMENT

A driver complained about car mechanic ST Powered which advised her to use a rubber piece for her exhaust but shirked responsibility when it melted the next day. She demanded compensation only to be told by the mechanic that she should've asked them before sending her car for repairs.

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NETIZENS DEFEND SMRT DRIVER WHO WAS FIRED - BLAME OPERATIONAL LAPSES

Following SMRT's announcement that the driver of the fatal accident had been dismissed, netizens stand with Mr Rahmat Mohd.

Many questioned why Mr Rahmat was fired when operational lapses were only exposed after the tragic accident. Some questioned why the management did not step up to take responsibility.

Some of the operational lapses include allowing a train to ply in automatic mode while workers were on site, not deploying watchmen to look out for approaching trains, and failing to provide early warning to the work team.

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LITTERBUG IN MARSILING BUT AUTHORITIES KEEP 'TAIJI' THE ISSUE TO EACH OTHER

I need help on this to bring the matters to the attention if the relevant authorities. There a litterbug at block 26 marsiling drive, Unit 07-226/ 08-226/ 09-226. They constantly throw down tissue paper, medical band etc. We have raised this to the authories on various occasion but received "taiji" comments that it is not under them and I should seek the other authority department. So all authorities department refuses to take in this case?

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FULLHOUSE FURNITURE FINDS EXCUSES TO NOT REFUND FOR DEFECTIVE TABLE! BEWARE!

Please help to share this. This is one of our neighbours and it is making her life uneasy. The furniture shop is denying responsibility and doesn't want to refund despite weeks of arguments. The hinges are damaged and table glass is all covered with marks of adhesive tapes

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75% OF S'POREANS FIND IT HARD TO SUPPORT THEIR ELDERLY MOTHER

Working adults are now less able to support aged parents financially, let alone extended family members. Doing so risks compromising their own financial security in old age, creating a greater burden on their own children. Nearly three-quarters of these women reported that their children did not provide them with financial assistance, that money was a source of tension in their relationships with their children, or that their children may have been willing to support them financially but were torn between supporting their elderly parents and their own children.

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