Singaporeans who continue to be apologists for PAP’s governance failure had better start to scrutinise PAP’s policies objectively. The longer we continue to accommodate PAP’s epic failures, the worse it will be for our children and future generations of Singaporeans. Forgiving as Singaporeans are, we must know when to say ‘enough is enough’. PAP’s parliamentary majority means there is no meaningful debate but only a PAP monologue. The questions raised by opposition party members have not even scratched the surface of PAP’s opacity. By the time they do, chronic issues will have been compounded and Singapore may have fallen off the cliff. It is the responsibility of every citizen to understand what the PAP stands for and its objectives.
- 75 year old Singaporean woman arrested for failing to pay S&CC in Tanjong Pagar
- It is sad to see that the Changi Airport cleaning lady is 85 years old and still working
- Not all private hospitals and doctors are money-driven people
- ACS Boy who is now SMRT CEO in hot soup for letting ACS cheaply charter trains
- Local Celebrity famously known as 'Muthu' has passed away
- Muslims suggest allowing CPF withdrawal at 55 so they can go on Haj while still healthy
- Authorities somehow identify defecating woman as 34 yr old Singaporean
- Swedish man forced to beg on Thailand streets after Thai gf cheated all his money
- NS Man: My Warning to Rich Foreigners in Singapore
- PM Lee: I blame the internet for the current levels of social unrest
A TRS reader sent us this photo above of a notice from HDB that was sent around to residents at Block 601 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5. The notice informs residents that dog owners must not let their dogs create nuisance by barking as they had received some complaints about barking during the night. One of the suggestions on the notice was that dog owners take their dog for debarking surgery so that they cannot bark anymore and disturb others.
This is the bill of my 15 year old child who had waited for hours to see a doctor for 5 minutes. 1-The consultation fee “full amount” is stated as “$38.97”. Consultation fees of private clinics like the Healthway Medical Group range from $22 to $35. In my child’s case, it would have been about only $22 at a private clinic. There are also neighbourhood private clinics charging below this rate.
The chances of getting a job at 85 are still there. For those who need the dignity of a job at 85, fear not, there are jobs available, provided you are a non graduate. The working life of Singaporean graduates, unless you belong to the immortal class, is about 45 to 55. After that it is self employed as taxi drivers, or if you are lucky, as security guards. I think the working life span of a security guard is about 70.
The LTA explained today that they have been in contact with and received an explanation from SMRT on why they chose to allow Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) to charter 5 of their MRT trains to ferry staff, students and supporters to the National Stadium for their rugby match on Tuesday. LTA said that SMRT has acknowledged that they were in the wrong and they recognise that they should have gotten approval first.
PM Lee Hsien Loong joined Malaysian PM Najib Razak to jointly open the new Agrobazaar Malaysia outlet at Sultan Gate in Singapore. Najib said that the opening of the Agrobazaar was a "testament to the strong and enduring relationship" between Singapore and Malaysia. Najib also gave high praises to Singapore saying that it is one of the best places in the world which attracts so many international visitors and shares common food culture with Malaysia.
Some 800 workers of a factory here set fire to the building Tuesday night after they had stoned their employers office and burned down a car earlier in the day. The workers, mostly from Nepal, set the electronics manufacturing plant in the Kelapa Sawit Industrial Area on fire around 8pm. The Fire and Rescue Department arrived at the scene to control the fire at 8.38pm after receiving a distress call some 13 minutes before that. The department managed to put out the fire at around 10.05pm.
We refer to the article ”Parliament: ‘Singaporeans first’ policy will not benefit economy: Amy Khor” (Straits Times, Aug 27). “Singaporeans first” not good for economy? It states that “A manpower policy that advocates hiring “Singaporeans first” will not benefit the economy in the long term, said Senior Minister of State for Manpower Amy Khor in Parliament on Tuesday.