With 200,000 Pinoys working in this city, their demand for more space for social and leisure activities is only natural and expected just like the increase in population from 3.3m to 5.4m and the coming 6.9m. No one can fault the Pinoys for wanting more space to live and enjoy their stay here. We can’t squeeze them into dogs kennels right? As a good host, we need to be more gracious and generous and share our space and amenities with them.
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McDonalds Singapore has suspended sales of the Hello Kitty collector’s sets following an overwhelming response to the promotion. They announced on their facebook page that ordering was taken down to ‘ease traffic’. Just 2 hrs after the online sales opened at 11am, the orders were stopped following technical difficulties and overloaded traffic on their website.
We refer to the article “New job scheme for retires in North East” (Straits Times, Apr 15). Pay only $5 an hour It states that “Participants of the Community Employment Programme for Active Agers are paid $5 an hour, for up to 10 hours a week. They can work part-time as mobile library assistants, estate inspectors and residents’ committee centre assistants who do administrative work, among others.” Lowest hourly pay in Singapore?
The National Research Foundation announced on Wednesday that Singapore will be starting a 5 year nuclear safety research program set to cost about $64 million. The program itself will focus on 2 main areas: Nuclear Safety and Initiative, and also Education and Training. The education and training aspect will focus on helping to train undergraduate and graduate students who need the education to help with their overseas attachments...
A former property agent who abused two domestic workers working for her father was jailed for 12 months on Tuesday. Wong Pui Kwan, 27, had faced six charges of causing hurt to two maids, three of using criminal force and two each of committing a rash act and insulting modesty, according to The Straits Times. The divorcee with three children, who is slim with long coloured hair, had admitted to six charges of causing hurt, using criminal force, rash act to endanger personal safety of the victim, Filipina Rinonos Analyn Almoite, 30, and insulting her modesty at her father's home in Sengkang East Road in 2011.
A shocking picture of a toddler being threatened at gunpoint is being used to bolster support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ahead of a planned presidential election in June. The picture, which purports to show Syrian rebels holding the terrified child at gunpoint, was posted online by an alleged member of the Free Syrian Army alongside the caption: 'Our youngest hostage from among the hostile sects of Kessab.'
A full-time national serviceman with the Singapore Civil Defence Force was sentenced to 12 months' jail on Tuesday for underage sex and desertion. Khairul Juperi, 24, who is married with two young children, pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl with her consent in a shelter near Pandan Reservoir last November, according to The Straits Times.
If the Singapore Police Force (SPF) is still having nightmares about General Custer's last stand at Little Bighorn, it's understandable. The general was also outnumbered by Indians. This time the numbers could be bigger, 10,000 if everything goes according to plan. This time, they are decidedly determined not to be caught flat-footed (again).
North Koreans in Yanji in northern China are more free to talk about the situation back home – but still fear for their families if their faces are shown. If she is lucky - if her husband or children can slip away unnoticed to the riverside, nearer the Chinese phone masts - Chae Un-ee can talk to her family each day. “Talk” is perhaps an exaggeration; her loved ones end the call, made on a smuggled handset and SIM card, almost as soon as it begins. “They have to be very quick because otherwise the phone can be tracked down,” she said. “It’s mainly just to hear their voice and know that they’re okay. If they don’t call me I worry, because the situation is very tense there.”