As a fellow Singaporean, I do not wish to be paid CPF for the following reasons, to reduce the discrimination that companies have against paying CPF to a Singaporean, when they can hire cheap foreigners and not pay them CPF, this is also encouraged by the PAP Govt, because they are the ones that created this problem by inviting foreigners to take our jobs.
- Dear TRS, MOE Trainee teacher goes on social media to insults his students
- Dear TRS, I saw a Pinoy maid making an elderly push her in a wheelchair!
- Local inventor gets sued by HDB, gets patent revoked and is forced to pay $160k
- PRC Cheat Yang Yin arrested for criminal breach of trust
- Dear TRS, Beware of this Conman from Decor Creative Construction Pte. Ltd.
- Dear TRS, please warn your readers of OCBC scamming money!
- Foreign Student from International School says Singaporeans are 'Low Class Dogs'
- It is shocking how a conman like Yang Yin can get PR and become a PAP grassroot leader
- 19yr old Singaporean student sells her used panties online for pocket money
- PRC Cheat Yang Yin found to have pawned jewelry and antiques online
The prolific anti-government blogger Roy Ngerng was recently served legal letters from our PM Lee Hsien Loong. He was alleged to have defamed our PM with allegations that he has misappropriated the hard earned CPF funds of Singaporeans. Freedom of speech is a phrase bandied about by many people critical of the PAP government and in many less-than-democratic nations.
Dear TRS, Please help me to share this and shame this man who scammed my friend of over S$800 by logging into her facebook account and using her Credit card. This man, Bryan Balaba Mejos, from the Philippines stole over $800 from my friend. We are all part of an online gaming community that plays a number of games through Facebook. Me, my friend, her husband and Bryan used to play together and they were quite close.
A Singaporean blogger accused by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of defamation has removed the offending post but said Tuesday he was still deliberating whether to apologise. "I took down the article last night on the advice of my lawyer," Roy Ngerng Yi Ling told AFP. He also removed links to the article posted on his two Facebook pages.
The MAS has taken action against former Maybank relationship manager, Koh Huat Heng, for insider trading. In a Civil Penalties action, MAS recovered $50,000 from Koh based on a contravention of the Securities and Futures Act. In June last year, Koh has engaged in insider trading by buying 140,000 shares in Sin Heng Machinery when he had been in possession of insider knowledge.
If you want to hold an international convention somewhere in Asia, Singapore is the number 1 destination. According to the latest rankings by the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), Singapore held 175 ICCA events in 2013, making it the top location in Asia. This is the 12th year in a row that Singapore has claimed the top spot in Asia. Some of the reasons cited for picking Singapore as a host city were its strategic location, connectedness to the rest of Asia and its international appeal.
According to a survey by Friends Provident International (FPI), marriage is more likely to make you feel safer about your money. The survey was an analysis of Investor Attitudes and it found that 45% of married Singaporeans felt financially secure while only 37% of single investors felt the same way. The survey took responses from over 1000 investors. About half were based in Singapore while the rest were in Hong Kong.
Smokers trying to quit are 60 percent more likely to report success if they switch to e-cigarettes than if they use nicotine products like patches or gum, or just willpower, scientists said on Wednesday. Presenting findings from a study of almost 6,000 smokers over five years, the researchers said the results suggest e-cigarettes could play an important role in reducing smoking rates and hence cutting tobacco-related deaths and illnesses.