Tag Archives: Water

SAF RECRUIT COMPLAIN THAT WATER PARADES MAKE HIS BLADDER PAIN

Does SAF have fetish or obsession with NSFs drinking water? Their water parade is crazy, either making soldiers "water parade" before strenuous exercises and this "water parade" would mean that soldiers have to drink in large amount of water at one go, like half a bottle (500 ml) or even 1 full water bottle (1 litre).

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COMMUTERS INSIDE MRT DRENCHED BY LEAKING ROOF

On 18 Jul, commuters onboard a train on the East-West line were drenched by water that fell through the roof. It happened during rush hour, at about 6.20 pm. It was reported that water continued to fall for the rest of the journey of the East-bound train.

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MY INCONSIDERATE NEIGHBOUR KEEPS WATERING PLANTS FROM HER PARAPET

I am not too sure weather this will be relevant for your page. This is my current situation, my neighbour has been watering her plants which she placed outside the window on a parapet. As a result, the water keeps splashing into my room. If possible i would like to get opinions on what should be done to stop this matter.

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DON’T BE FOOLED INTO THINKING S’PORE HAS LOW TAXES!

Do you realise that the tax imposed on water and electricity consumption in Singapore is very high? Just examine this bill of a very careful consumer. Waterborne fee $4.45 Sanitary Appliance Fee $6.61 Water Conservation Tax $1.34… On top of these taxes, water and electricity consumption is added GST of $3.11 thus making a total tax of $11.12 or 23.24% of the bill of $47.73.

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HOMELESS COUPLE CAMP AT CHANGI AIRPORT FOR FREE INTERNET, WATER AND ELECTRICITY

Miss Eileen Ho and her boyfriend, Mr Daniel Soo, both 24, have been walking around the Changi airport with their belongings in a suitcase for the past 7 months. At night, they sleep on thin comforters in a corner of Terminal 3, near Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe. It was reported that they had moved into the airport after Ms Ho had falling out with her parents, after which she also took her brother who suffers from epilepsy, 20 year-old Wilson, along with her to the airport. She said that "we have no other place to go, that is why we stay like this," and the couple chose the airport for the free internet, free electricity and free water. When asked what they do each day, Ms Ho answered with a shrug: "Eat, smoke, charge phone."

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