Statement

NUS Student Nicholas Lim Allegedly Apologized For Sexual Misconduct, Prepared To Face Consequences

A contact of Nicholas Lim had posted a statement on behalf of him regarding the NUS saga. Lim was slammed by Singaporeans for being let off easily by NUS after filming a female student in the shower. The statement wrote that he was sorry for causing distress and will face the consequences. He is ashamed of himself but hoped that Monica will find closure. He was also thick-skinned enough to encourage victims of sexual harassment to speak up. What do you think? Will you forgive him?

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ACCUSATIONS OF GUTTER POLITICS WAS DURING BT BATOK BY-ELECTION, WHY ONLY DENY NOW?

DPM Tharman disagreed that PAP engages in gutter politics but why didn't anyone refute similar accusations during the Bukit Batok By-Election, when almost 5000 people signed a statement calling on PM Lee to stop his party from such behaviour?

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HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST: WE COMPLIED WITH POLICE BUT THEY DIDN'T INFORM US OF TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

Another activist spoke out about being slapped with travel restrictions for taking part in a candlelight vigil that the police term as illegal public assembly. She said this was despite complying with the police's orders for the vigil.

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POLICE STOPS TOC EDITOR FROM GOING M'SIA, QUESTION HIM FOR 'ILLEGAL ASSEMBLY'

The Online Citizen's Terry Xu was stopped from travelling to Malaysia as the Police demanded to take his statement on his 'unlawful' assembly for a candlelight vigil. The vigil was held a few months ago in memory of Prabagaran Srivijayan, who was subjected to the death penalty.

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AHTC TAKES WORKERS' PARTY TOWN COUNCILLORS TO COURT FOR PAST LAPSES

An independent panel for Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC) is taking a few of its town councillors to court in relation to its improper use of public funds. Workers' Party's Low Thia Khiang, Pritam Singh and Sylvia Lim have received a statement of claim and are in the midst of studying it.

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SMRT ACCIDENT: CEO DESMOND KUEK'S OFFICIAL STATEMENT

"It is with deep sadness that two SMRT staff, Nasrulhudin Bin Najumudin and Muhammad Asyraf Bin Ahmad Buhari, passed away today.

At around 11am on 22 March, a signalling condition monitoring device near Pasir Ris Station was triggered, and maintenance teams from the Permanent Way and Signal departments were sent to investigate. The teams moved in a single file along the walkway beside the track to the investigation location.

Unfortunately, during the process, the accident occurred. The safety of our people has always been the utmost priority and we are assisting the Police in their investigations into how the accident happened.

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