Thank you for your concerns with regard to the bat we rescued from Diana Lu last week. Diana wrote a FB post with regard to this rescue and, unfortunately, it contains information which is factually incorrect and also misleading. We hope to set the record straight. Please do help us share this post.
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All Touch ‘n Go card users, beware! To all Touch ‘n Go card users, please beware when you top up your Touch ‘n Go cards at exit counters at highway tolls. I was travelling from Gelang Patah towards Taman Perling/Tampoi area using the Secondlink Highway. As I wasn’t sure how much balance there was in my Touch ‘n Go card, I decided to exit the highway via the ‘Tambah Nilai’ toll counter at Taman Perling toll station.
Hundredes of defiant Singaporeans protesting censorship gathered in Malaysia on Friday to see a documentary banned by regulators in their home country as a threat to national security. The film, "To Singapore, with Love", examines the case of political exiles in the city-state and features interviews with nine former activists, student leaders, and self-confessed communists who fled Singapore from the 1960s until the 1980s and are currently settled in Malaysia, Britain and Thailand.
A news anchor for India’s state TV channel has been fired after she referred to Chinese President Xi Jinping as “Eleven” Jinping — apparently mistaking his name for a Roman numeral, a top official at the station said today (Sept 19). Mr Xi left for China today after a three-day visit to India, where he signed more than a dozen agreements to push trade and investment between the two Asian giants.
A Malaysian court sentenced a student democracy activist to a year in jail today (Sept 19) after finding him guilty of sedition, drawing immediate condemnation from human rights groups who accuse the government of using the colonial-era law to stifle freedom of expression. Adam Adli was charged last year after making several statements at a political meeting following national elections, including one in which he urged people “go down to the streets to seize back our power.”
The 64 year old Malaysian man who dashed past woodlands checkpoint in March this year in his Gold Mercedes was sentenced today to 10 months in jail and fined $1,400. He was also ordered to pay $2,800 as compensation for the damage he caused to the cat-claw barrier. Tan Chu Seng is a Permanent Resident in Singapore and he was charged with mischief and committing a rash act.
On top of that, they are now posting untrue things about me online to save their reputation. I can barely believe that events have taken such a turn. They insinuate that Bruce's injury is my fault. They also try to portray Bruce as neglected and unhealthy. There are many gaping holes and blatant lies in their statement. I recorded my phone calls with them ever since I realised I could not trust them. I also have archived my email correspondence with them. I am working today but rest assured, the second I have time, ACRES is going to be held accountable for this.
Malaysian government officials will meet with their Singaporean counterparts to clarify the reason behind the toll charge implementation at the Bangunan Sultan Iskandar Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) Complex. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said it was agreed in a recent Cabinet meeting that the Transport and Foreign Ministries would meet with Singaporean officials as soon as possible to convince the island republic to reconsider its decision to increase the toll by five-fold at its checkpoint from Oct 1.