Tag Archives: Straits Times 19 Jun 2014

BODY OF PAKISTANI MAN FOUND IN SUITCASE TO BE FLOWN HOME

They are accused of killing Mr Muhammad between midnight on June 10 and 6.04pm on June 11 in a room at 6B Rowell Road, where the trio are believed to have stayed since reportedly arriving in Singapore in mid-May to sell tissue paper. The suitcase was found near the area and the accused pair were nabbed on June 12 at the shophouse in Rowell Road.

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I WAITED FOR 5-HOURS IN A & E

I WAS recently taken to the accident and emergency (A&E) department at Singapore General Hospital by ambulance due to a knee injury which left me unable to walk. I waited in a wheelchair from 2pm to 7pm. When my turn finally came, I was seen by a young doctor. She examined my knee and, without looking at my X-rays, said my case was not that bad.

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DR JANIL PUTHUCHEARY: SINGAPOREANS DON’T BEHAVE LIKE ANGRY CHILDREN

Maintaining trust between Government and the people is a never-ending process. For half a century now, this Government has chosen the path that leads to better outcomes in the long term, often despite temporary pain. In the short run, this may draw on the goodwill between the Government and the people. But as our policies work, both trust and goodwill are rebuilt and strengthened. No government in the world can only do things that all voters approve of and never encounter any problems or cause any pain.

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