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DEAR TRS, A GROUP OF PINOYS SET UP RACING TOY CAR TRACKS AT VOID DECK EVERY WEEK

THEREALSINGAPORE 18 May 2014 - 4:26pm

A group of Pinoys keep playing fast track miniature racing cars at void deck of HDB Blk 182 Bukit Batok area without a permit or anything. It is very noisy and it worse than kids playing soccer in the evening. The racing car even though are just toys but they can go with fast and the sound it makes is very high pitch and irritating making us residents staying in the area can't have a proper sleep in the morning.


SURVEY: FEMALE CEOS ARE MORE LIKELY THAN MEN TO BE FIRED

THEREALSINGAPORE 18 May 2014 - 3:40pm

The perception that high-achieving businesswomen are more vulnerable than their male counterparts to being abruptly fired – pushed off the "glass cliff" in the contemporary corporate vernacular – has been borne out by a new study from a global management consultancy. Researchers at Strategy&, formerly known as Booz & Company, found that women are forced out of chief executive positions more than a third of the time, while only a quarter of men in similar positions suffer the same fate. 


MASSIVE 400KG CROCODILE FOUND DEAD AT KRANJI RESERVOIR MAY HAVE BEEN KILLED BY POACHERS

THEREALSINGAPORE 18 May 2014 - 3:33pm

The mystery of the 400kg crocodile found dead at Kranji Reservoir about a month ago may have been solved, at least partially. The Straits Times reports that poachers could be to blame, and they are at large, said national water agency PUB. The reptile, believed to be one of the largest wild specimens here, was found dead with a metal rod in its eye and a large fishing hook lodged in its mouth, according to the agency's authorised crocodile handler.


S'PORE ARTIST LEE WEN BEATEN UP, SUSPECTED TO BE OVER COMMENTS ABOUT LAWLESSNESS IN CHINA

THEREALSINGAPORE 18 May 2014 - 3:29pm

Singaporean performance artist Lee Wen is in hospital for observation after he was found beaten up and unconscious in the bathroom of City University, Hong Kong where he was giving a seminar. A police report has been filed over the incident but Mr Lee cannot remember much about the attack and he did not see his attacker. There are also no witnesses and Mr Lee was only found about half an hour after the attack.


PRESIDENT TONY TAN IS RELATED TO SUPREME LEADER LEE KUAN YEW

THEREALSINGAPORE 18 May 2014 - 3:26pm

A bunch of relatives and lackies PAP is one of most corrupt party in the world. One sees many elected officers of PAP as well as top civil servant are relative of one another. Family of Shylock Kwa Siew Tee is Lee Kuan Yew's father-in-law. Lee Kuan Yew's mother-in-law, Wee Yew Neo and Bankster Tan Chin Tuan 's wife, Helen Wee are sisters. So Tan Chin Tuan is LKY's uncle-in-law. Tony Tan is Tan Chin Tuan's nephew.


STRONG EARTHQUAKE HITS INDONESIA, NO CASUALTIES

THEREALSINGAPORE 18 May 2014 - 1:54pm

A strong and shallow undersea earthquake hit parts of Indonesia’s Sumatra island today (May 18), causing panic but there were no immediate reports of casualties. The US Geological Survey said the 6.2-magnitude quake hit at a depth of 9 kilometres beneath the sea. It was centered 319 kilometres southwest of Banda Aceh, the capital of Aceh province. 


SPP RESPONSE TO PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS IN PARLIAMENT

THEREALSINGAPORE 18 May 2014 - 1:35pm

How can we develop true empathy? (SPP's response to the President's Address, 16 May 2014) Empathy in a competitive global environment Last night, President Tony Tan delivered his address in opening the second session of the current Parliament. We agree with the President that empathy should be a core value of Singapore. But we face a tough uphill task in this. How do we help youths develop empathy in the face of tougher job competition internationally and in their homeland? 


SINGAPORE GROUP STUMBLE UPON STRANGE MUDDY FOOTPRINTS IN JOHOR

THEREALSINGAPORE 18 May 2014 - 1:32pm

It’s a strange sight indeed – three sets of muddy footprints, one set looking like it belonged to a tiger, another like it was an elephant’s and the last resembling a human’s but much bigger in size. The Star reports that the trail of footprints that stretched close to 1km near the Endau Rompin forest reserve have retirees Sia Chwee Khim, 64, and her husband Lim Teong Kheng, 66, puzzled and very excited. They believe the last set may be that of the mythical “Bigfoot”.


NON VIOLENCE IS A VIRTUE OF DAFT SINKIES

THEREALSINGAPORE 18 May 2014 - 12:34pm

We have read so many instances of Sinkies being bullied and beaten by foreigners and all they could do is to kpkb in the social media, like Ah Q. I would do this and that to the bully, but nothing really happened. The end result, the daft Sinkies either got insulted, beaten and ended with bruises all over or worse. Who could he turn to? 


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