This was first raised to me by an online site who posted the video interview by Marcus Tan or Mohd Bin Japar, and thereafter, a number of you sent various links to me asking me to do something about the injustices done to him. I was quite puzzled by the approach he took especially as the complaint had been sent to us to investigate. MOM followed up on the matter. Since then, the individual appears to have regretted taking the actions he did and has withdrawn his claims. But look at the hate that has been generated.
- Man Slapped Someone Else's 3-year-old Kid after the Child Hit his 2-year-old Son
- Dear TRS, PM Lee just Fake Fake “Celebrates” with us Local Uni Rejects in Australia
- Elderly Pedestrian Run Over and Killed by a Bus in Jurong East
- CPF(no)Life scheme – 18% CPF members aged above 55 dead before reaching 65
- Caucasian Family Allows their young Daughter to Defecate in Public at Marina Bay Sands
- The abusive PAP government may fall sooner than we think
- Aljunied’s Surplus Transferred to Sinking Fund when PAP Lost to WP?
- Yang Yin’s Wife has Local Assets Frozen by High Court
- Josephine Teo: We Want to Make Public Transport More Elderly-Friendly
- Town Council debacle: That sinking feeling
I refer to the articles “Seize opportunities, but remember to give back to society: Chan Chun Sing” (Channel NewsAsia, Nov 22) and “PAP reaffirms commitment to core values as it paves new way forward at dinner and awards ceremony” (Straits Times, Nov 22). Give back to society? The former states that “Singaporeans need to seize opportunities, but also remember to give back to the society and help the less-privileged.
The Football Association of Singapore has explained that the S.League has decided not to implement new rules that would have set maximum and minimum numbers of players in various age categories. The new rules had been put forward and would have seen a maximum of 5 players over the age of 30 per club and a minimum of three players under the age of 25 per 22-man squad.
Singapore's embattled coach Bernd Stange was adamant his side had all the ingredients to win another Suzuki Cup title as authorities ramped up efforts to keep the long standing threat of match-fixing at bay. The defending champions get their campaign underway on Sunday against favourites Thailand in the first of three tricky Group B matches, with old rivals Malaysia and Myanmar, under the guidance of former coach Raddy Avramovic, to follow.
TWO young German men reportedly on their way to Australia for a working holiday were charged today with breaking into a Singapore metro depot and spray-painting graffiti on a train, offences punishable by jail time and flogging with a cane. Andreas Von Knorre and Elton Hinz, both 21, were charged at a district court with committing trespass and vandalism in the early hours of November 8.
The number of private homes being sold in the market through public auction has increased with about 70% of all sales being put up by their owners. The rest is put to auction by banks. Auctioneers, Colliers, who conduct an auction about once a month, explained that there were more homes being sold because of a rise in interest rates leading to more defaults in mortgage payments.