SMRT released data today on their business performance and explained that they have seen a 75.5% increase in profits in Q2 compared to the same time last year. Their total profits after tax for Q2 were $25.3 million. Total operating profit also saw a 66.5% increase to become $33.3 million part of this was due to the increased profits that they received from their fare business. Total fare-related profits came in at $5.5 million.
- I really hope Filipinos can show some basic respect to us Singaporeans
- Dear TRS, My Neighbour Secretly Took my Clothes to Wipe his Buttocks Late at Night
- Roy Ngerng: I have been labelled a criminal just for speaking out at Hong Lim Park
- Bachelorette Party Ends With Bride Getting Pregnant With Dwarf Stripper’s Baby
- Should Joss Paper Burning in Common Corridors Be Tolerated?
- Asked to remove her hijab, this photographer created a picture of principles
- Can’t we be a little more magnanimous towards LKY?
- Number of Domestic Workers Complaining about a Lack of Food Increased 20%
- If the Profit-Driven Sports Hub continues what they are doing, many Singaporeans will get fed up
- Singapore has the Lowest Pensions Spending in the World?
Two Malaysian children sued Malaysia Airlines and the government on Friday over the loss of their father on Flight 370, the first lawsuit filed in the country by relatives of those aboard the jetliner that mysteriously disappeared eight months ago. Jee Kinson, 13, and Jee Kinland, 11, accused the civil aviation department of negligence for failing to try and contact the plane within a reasonable time after it disappeared from radar while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8 with 239 people on board.
Former tour guide from China, Yang Yin, has been charged in court with 11 different charges related to falsifying the accounts of his company which he used to get an employment pass and eventually PR in Singapore. Yang is embroiled in a legal tussle over the assets of 87 year old widow, Mdm Chung Khin Chun, who’s assets are worth over $40 million.
The six Singaporeans who were charged in court earlier this week have raised $8203.10 as of yesterday. They were accused of "public nuisance" for speaking up on the CPF at the #ReturnOurCPF protest on September 27. Han Hui Hui and Roy Ngerng, who were also levied with another charge of demonstrating without a permit. TRS undrstands that lawyer M Ravi has asked for $30,000 in legal fees from the six.
Mobile Air owner Jover Chew said that if his shop refunded customers in coins and they don't want to take it, they don't have to. He also compared his shop to an expensive hotel and said that if a hotel sells chicken rice, it would be more expensive than a hawker centre and this wouldn't be considered a scam. Earlier this week, a woman who bought an overpriced phone from his shop wanted a refund but she was given a bag of coins and had to pick the coins up from the floor.
Why “no need degree”? We have been wondering and trying for some time now to find the statistics to try to explain why the recent rhetoric that “you do not need to have a degree”? Well, we think we may have found it. S-Pass increased 99%? According to the Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) web site – in the last 4.5 years, from December 2009 to June 2014 – the number of Employment Pass increased by 55%, from 114,300 to 176,600.
Shame on you Teo Ser luck and all you despicable PAPs grassroots leaders who hijacked the YMCA event and used our children as pawns to score political points. No, the protesters in no way scared our children. It was clearly a set-up and GOD is our witness to this shameful act. As the father of one of the children, I can clearly testify the following facts.