Is our multi-million dollar income Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Lee Hsien Loong a bigot and xenophobe himself? One of the early ‘top’ comments with more than 30 ‘Likes’ made by a foreigner, Mr Timothy who is an American and used to live in Singapore, has been deleted from PM Lee’s latest Facebook posting: Even one of our own non-offensive, general comment there which garnered 8 ‘likes’ (asking Lee Hsien Loong to take a look at one of the provocative banner image created by PIDCS, this one: http://on.fb.me/1thMW7G ) was immediately deleted away.
Dear The Real Singapore, I am inspired by the kind deed of this bus driver which came out of his driver's seat at EVERY SINGLE STOP and opened his umbrella to passengers boarding the bus so as to prevent them from getting wet from the rainwater dripping off from the bus doors when the bus door open.
On 18 April 1988, nine former Internal Security Act (ISA) detainees who were released just a few months earlier, issued a joint statement. That morning, I remember picking up a call from a foreign journalist who wanted to confirm the authenticity of the statement. She asked if I had anything to add. I replied that a lot had already been said in the statement and I didn’t know if we would be rearrested! She said that up till then, I had not been arrested. We laughed. Yes, “not yet”, I replied, half believing that I would not be arrested.
Please find the attached resume for clarification. As for my life story, I have gone through many hardships. My parents died when I was young. I struggled to reach where I am now but after marriage, the whole world shattered and I have to start all over again. My husband got into a credit card issue and am struggling to pay back the money.
The Singapore Police Force is looking for three men to assist with investigations into a case of loanshark harassment. Here is the Singapore Police Force's facebook posting in full: "Have you seen them? Police are looking for the three men shown in the photograph below to assist with investigations into a case of loanshark harassment.
A 17-year-old girl was flung out of a van in a freak accident on Sunday morning at a carpark off Changi Beach Park and Nicoll Drive. According to a report in MyPaper, the girl, identified as Fatin, had climbed into the back of a friend's van - along with her sister and another friend - after a late-night barbecue to grab breakfast.
Foreign workers were carrying out maintenance on the pipe at Jurong Island when it burst and injured them at 3pm on Apr 5, one has died on Saturday, Apr 12. According to MyPaper, the hot water pipe on Jurong Island burst, scalding the 3 workers. The Indian nationals were taken to Singapore General Hospital, where Mr Sunkara, 27, battled for his life for a week before succumbing to his injuries on Saturday. Police are investigating the unnatural death. The two other workers suffered 80 percent burns. Mr Godensi and Mr Appal, are in critical condition. The men worked for Penguin Engineering and Construction, which is said to have informed their families of the accident.