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SINGAPOREANS & PERMANENT RESIDENTS PAY THE SAME TO ENJOY SPORTS FACILITIES

First to come under the new structure is the Singapore Sports Hub, which posted its rates for the use of its facilities on its website today (Aug 14). Singaporeans and permanent residents (PRs) will pay S$8 an hour during peak hours for the use of badminton facilities at the OCBC Arena, compared to foreigners who will have to pay S$13 an hour. To play basketball at the arena during peak hours, Singaporeans and PRs will pay S$40 for an hour while foreigners will pay S$52. The new rates will be implemented on Aug 18, following more than a month of free play in celebration of National Day.

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GAY PERVERTS DRILLED HOLES ON CUBICLE WALLS IN WOODLANDS SWIMMING COMPLEX

I am a regular swimmer in Woodlands Swimming Complex and my son also attends swimming lessons regularly in the same pool. There are times he will attend the lessons by himself because we are staying opposite the swimming complex. Last Saturday (12/07/2014), when I was showering in one of the cubicles at the male changing room that is furthest from the exit, I noticed some greyish spots on the cubicle wall.

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The case against importing athletes

Fifa condemns foreigner recruitment as a farce Having seen more and more countries deliberately recruiting foreign-born footballers, many of whom are Brazilian, with no familial or ancestral ties to their new country, Fifa president Sepp Blatter told the BBC in 2007: “If we don’t stop this farce, if we don’t take care about the invaders from Brazil towards Europe, Asia and Africa then, in the 2014 or the 2018 World Cup, out of the 32 teams you will have 16 full of Brazilian players.”

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