Dear TRS, I came across this video posted up by a girl on facebook, Inez Lim (Inez Goh), of a domestic fight in her family after she and her mom found out about their father/husband's affair with a PRC woman. While I am surprised she posted such a deeply personal thing on facebook, I can also understand as she explained that she and he mum really don't know what to do or where to turn and feel that there is nothing left to do but to publicly shame the father and mistress.
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SMRT will be throwing money at another ‘solution’ with the installation of “traffic lights” inside an MRT station. (even if they are outside, it still doesn’t make sense) link The reason to cow pei cow bu again is because the SMRT did not consult the public and stupid ideas will eventually translate into fare hikes for me. What the lights mean for ordinary Singaporean commuters: $MRT: Green (platform not crowded) Commuter: Is this supposed to make my day?
I am very confused now. So how much does the government think is enough for Singaporeans to retire on? Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin said last month that the government “wanted the (CPF) Minimum Sum to be able to meet the expenditure needs of a lower-middle income retiree couple.“ He said that, “The current Minimum Sum for someone turning 55 from July 2014 is $155,000, after adjustment for inflation.
During a joint Singapore-Australia Ministerial committee today, a 10 year plan was laid out to enhance co-operation between Singapore and Australia. The new strategic partnership plan is called Project 2025, and it lays out new ways in which both Singapore and Australia can cooperate more in terms of the economy, foreign affairs, defence and security as well as people-to-people ties.
When a member of a certain profession tries to discourage you from going into the same field, chances are that he is protecting his turf for ulterior motives. The law of supply and demand is immutable, or as Law Minister K Shanmugam pointed out, the juicy starting salaries and annual increment of past years won't last forever. Budding lawyers will have to understand that the market may change based on laws of economics, not fine points of law.
The East Coast Town Council Facebook page recently posted a few photos of cyclists getting summoned at the Town centre in Bedok and accompanied the post with the caption "Cyclist caught and summoned this morning for illegal cycling at the Town Centre." The post quickly gathered hundreds of comments, with most residents expressing surprise as many were unaware of the rules.
Restaurant manager Susukida Ryuji, 53, was fined $4,500 for negligently causing grievous hurt to Wan Zahfirah Ashad, 25. Ryuji, a Japanese National, had left a bottle of leaking concentrated dishwashing detergent on the MRT seat beside him. The acidic liquid had spilt all over the seat beside him but he left without cleaning it up or notifying authorities.
A plan by Southeast Asian countries to establish a European Union-inspired single market next year could worsen inequality and is likely to benefit men more than women, a new study warned Wednesday. The Association of South-east Asian Nations (ASEAN) has set 2015 as the target to create a single economic market across the 10-nation bloc that is home to some 600 million people.