Tag Archives: TUAS

M’SIAN WORKER: S’PORE CUSTOMS SHOULD WORK FASTER TO PREVENT JAMS AT CAUSEWAY

As a Malaysian working in Singapore, I am very frustrated with the extremely super long queues at the checkpoints everyday for the past weeks! I wake up so early in the morning, start to queue at the custom and what happens? Your checkpoint authorities without informing closed the checkpoint to control the number of people flowing into Singapore? Thousands of us were trapped at the checkpoint, unable to enter Singapore for our jobs.

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UNPROFESSIONAL TUAS ICA OFFICERS DREW WEAPONS & THREATENED ME OVER MINOR INCIDENT

The Cisco police and the ICA officer listening the the Malaysian couple and demand for my particulars to be surrender. I refused and seeking to address the issue to the next his level. These Cisco guys already in the posture to pull the weapon to attack me. Senior ICA guys came to the heated argument and insisted I must surrender my particular, even asking me I am challenging his authority. I felt so lost and hopeless. I am in shock and my blood pressure really going high under such abusive and suppress situation.

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MALAY ABANG TOLD TO LEARN CHINESE BECAUSE PRC WAITRESS SPOKE NO ENGLISH

Went to a coffeeshop in Tuas, bought a can of coke zero an a bread ask the lady at the counter how much? And she replied in Chinese, so i told her in English pleased, but she keep repeating in Chinese… At that point a customer come forward and say it is $2.20 so i give her another $2 note. The Chinese lady accepted it but she still scolded me in Chinese. I say why don’t you learn English so that you can easily communicate with your customers, and a man came forward and say why don’t you learn chinese too?

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S’PORE TO INSTALL ERP AT WOODLANDS & TUAS CHECKPOINT IN RETALIATION TO M’SIA LEVY HIKE

Singapore will be installing ERP gantries at both Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints. From May 1 onwards, foreign cars entering Singapore from Malaysia will be charged a grand total of three times by three different ERP gantries placed one after another at the checkpoints. This bold move is made in response to Malaysia's decision to increase levy of Singapore vehicles entering Malaysia to RM20, which angered many Singaporeans, including Singapore's Minister of Finance, Tharmarde Shanmugaratnam.

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Motorcyclist dies in Tuas accident

A motorcyclist died in an accident with a tipper truck this morning. Police and the Singapore Civil Defence Force said they received a call at about 6am about an accident at the junction of Tuas West Road and Tuas Avenue 7.

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