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DON'T THROW CIGARETTE BUTTS OUT OF THE CAR WINDOW, NEA COULD ISSUE $2,000 FINE IF PEOPLE SABO YOU

Drivers who have the bad habit of flicking your cigarette butts out of windows better beware. In early November 2017, one such car owner was shocked to receive a letter from NEA which demanded they name the driver who was driving the vehicle at the time of offence. NEA with the help of LTA took enforcement action on a tip-off from the public which alleged that the said driver threw his cigarette butt out of the car window along Tampines Avenue 5. If the driver did not cooperate with NEA, he could be subject to a fine as high as $2,000 over this littering offence.

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LTA & HDB FINE VEHICLES PARKED INDISCRIMINATELY AT HOUGANG POKESTOP

We have previously mentioned that Police have alerted both LTA and HDB about residents' concerns regarding illegal/indiscriminate parking problems in the vicinity of Blk 401. This was due to the convergence of gamers from all over the island towards this particular hot spot, with a substantial number of them driving there.

To alleviate the problem of indiscriminate parking within the car park, HDB enforcement officers were hard at work over the weekend (beginning from Friday). We urge all gamers who drives there to park their vehicles in the appropriate lots. Indiscriminate parking may pose issues or even dangers to other car park users.

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BLUR ITE STUDENT PAYS WRONG BUS FARE, BUS INSPECTOR BRANDS HER A FARE CHEAT

17 year old ITE student Ms Tan boarded bus 87 from Punggol and was headed home in Compassvale. She thought she was eligible for student fare and paid 70 cents to cover for the 65 cents student price. Unfortunately for her, a bus inspector boarded the bus and checked her ticket and accused her of being a fare cheat., He issued a $50 summon to her despite Ms Tan protesting her innocence that it was a genuine mistake.

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