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NETIZEN LISTS ACTUAL ISSUES PM LEE SHOULD HAVE COVERED IN RALLY

A netizen who was equally perplexed by the PM's talking points during the NDR highlighted actual issues which should have been raised at the event. He thinks politicians should not focus on the "rosy outlook" here because Singapore will no longer be a special location in the global economy if they adopt this narrow mindset.

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11 GPS GADGETS IN TAXI BUT DRIVER KEEP ASKING FOR HELP TO REACH EAST COAST HAWKER

I was inside taking his cab, he has 3 gps and best part can ask me 3x along the way how to go east coast park lagoon. He has vehicle radar, equalizer, gps, very glaring the top deck board sure block his view cos his height is lower than all these screen. I more fed up when he keep asking for direction then I ask ummm what is your GPS for... I was like are u a Singaporean? East coast park lagoon hawker he also don know how to go.

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MAN JAILED FOR TAKING UPSKIRT PICTURES WITH SPY PEN

A former property agent caught taking an upskirt video of a woman with an improvised pen-camera device was jailed three months yesterday. Clarence Chan Yew Keong was also fined a total of $14,600 for having 141 films without a valid certificate and for possessing an obscene film.

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SG Chief of Defence Force: We Can 1 Shot, 1 Kill Our Enemies

Speaking to the media yesterday (1 Jul), Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant-General (LG) Ng Chee Meng said Singapore’s 3rd generation military is progressing well, and is at an “advanced stage”. LG Ng said SAF is now in a position of strength. “Today, we can bring lethal firepower at a very short time to hit moving targets – one shot, one kill,” said LG Ng. “This is a capability that few armed forces in the world possess, and we have the capabilities to ensure that we fulfil our mission to protect Singapore.”

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These 10 Internships Pay More Than Your Job Does

Brace yourself. The amount these interns are raking in is enough to make you spit out your coffee. Glassdoor.com, a platform for employees to anonymously share the perks and pitfalls of their workplace, just released its 2014 list of the highest paying internships. Unsurprisingly, the majority of them are in tech and in the San Francisco Bay Area. Check out which companies made the top 10 and what their interns had to say about their experience:

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