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PUB WAITS FOR FLASH FLOODS TO OCCUR BEFORE DECIDING TO ACT

PUB released a statement stating that the stretch of Maxwell Road and the junction of Tanjong Pagar Road and Craig Road are known hot-spots for probability of flash flooding to occur, and added that drainage improvement works at the junction of Maxwell Road and Tanjong Pagar Road will start next month, and are slated to be completed by the third quarter this year.

I may not be a smart enough person to get a lofty position at PUB, but if they already know the areas are hot-spots and very likely areas where flooding / ponding will occur, then why did it take the PUB this long to actually rectify it? They have to wait for the flash flood to actually occur before actually doing something? Is this PUB's way of telling Singaporeans they are working hard, and will rectify all the flooding problems, but in order to rectify, Singaporeans need to see for themselves first the areas really flooded?

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FLASH FLOOD AT TANJONG PAGAR, SG SLUMS SAFE FROM FLOODING

This morning's non-stop heavy rain maybe caught everyone by surprise, as this is January already, and yet we are experiencing December type weather. The rain was so heavy, that some sort of flooding was expected to occur in Singapore.

The surprise was that a flash flood occurred at the Tanjong Pagar area.

So, flash floods did not occur at slums in Singapore, but instead, at Tanjong Pagar. How the rain gods is laughing at us now.

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FOREIGN CLEANERS RETURNS $45,000 WORTH OF JEWELLRY AFTER FINDING IT IN RUBBISH CENTER

This afternoon, I presented letters of commendation to two of our Tanjong Pagar Town Council cleaners, Nurul Islam and Sentu, for their honesty in reporting and returning $45,000 worth of jewellery to the rightful owner. Mr Sentu has worked in Singapore for 6 years and earns a monthly salary of $700 which he uses to support his family of 10 back home. Although there were gold, diamonds and other jewellery in the box, Mr Sentu and Nurul Islam were honest and returned the property to the rightful owner.

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TATTOOED GOOD SAMARITANS HELPS BLIND MAN IN MRT WHEN NO ONE ELSE WOULD

I have feel to take train to town. So from bugis I parked my car and train down to orchard. And guess what. I saw a blind Indian guy walk for about 4 mins. Without anyone helping and all those mother f****r so called good singapore citizens just walk away. Knn pcb. You these mother f****r low class. Totally no standard. And we bring the blind Indian guy to take mrt and travel with him to tanjong pagar. Not even the SMRT MRT OFFICER WERE THERE TO F*****G HELP. And yet. Those people who sees us as a low life gangster just because we have alot of tattoos. F**k you. We look bad. But we are still better then you mother f****rs.

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CHAN CHUN SING: SINGAPORE MUST NOT FORGET OUR "SOCIALIST HEART"

Minister without portfolio in the Prime Minister's office Chan Chun Sing, who heads the National Trade Unions Congress (NTUC), told constituents at a Tanjong Pagar GRC National Day dinner that Singapore "must never forget its socialist heart, that we will always do more for those with less."

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