She was in a hurry, and left the bag behind. A day later she realised that she didn’t have her bag. She couldn’t remember where she had left it. She went to Challenger and searched. Couldn’t find it, and the staff didn’t know anything about it. She went to the Funan Centre Lost and Found and couldn’t find her bag either. Then she went to TCC – she didn’t think she had left the bag there, but went to look anyway. And there was Nazri, smiling at her – he was the one who had served her earlier. Nazri told her that he had found the bag, kept it safe, and was wondering when she would come back to collect it !
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PM Lee recently announced at the May Day Rally that the government would be doing more to encourage older workers to work beyond the age of 65. He had explained that the government would do more to help those over 65 to be re-employed but also said that older workers should expect to receive a pay cut. Some have speculated that this could mean a raising of the retirement age, prompting criticism of the announcement.
In its latest media freedom ranking, Freedom House has ranked Singapore as 152nd and said that overall, the world is worse off in terms of press freedom. It explained that global media freedom is now at the lowest point in the last decade. Freedom house is a non-profit, nonpartisan organization that supports democratic change, monitors freedom, and advocates for democracy and human rights. It analysed the media situation in 197 countries throughout 2013 and found that they could categorise them into three broad categories of free, partly free and not free.
I refer to the online forum letter (“Stray dogs and rats around MRT station“; Friday, 28 March). I disagree with the writer, Mr Tang Lian Tong about the stray dogs behind Bukit Batok MRT station that are posing potential nuisance and health threats to the public. First of all, these stray dogs are most likely being fed by kind-hearted caregivers who are caring for these strays. I am appalled that the writer chose to classify dogs and rats as potential threats which I feel is a misconception.
Below are the 10 reasons put up by Roy Ngerng on the govt’s justifications for high ministerial salaries that Roy called 10 logical fallacies. I will attempt to rebut what Roy wrote in defence of the high salaries and hope my explanations are logical. And I think the IB will not attack me for writing this piece. I will want to clarify here that they are my versions and not PAP’s versions and I have not been commissioned to reply on their behalf. I just hope that my reasonings would make good sense.
'Foreign companies here should not venture into public advocacy for causes that sow discord amongst Singaporeans,' a minister said in response to news that a company is hosting a recruitment dinner for LGBT students. A Singapore minister has admonished a multinational company in Singapore for its recruitment practice saying that foreign companies 'should not venture into public advocacy for causes that sow discord amongst Singaporeans.'
Recently, one of my civil service friend asked me, "Why do you hate PAP so much until you try to expose their dirty secrets on TRS? Why can't you spend more time looking for a govt job so that you focus more on your job?" Many of my civil service friends usually vote for PAP because of a) fear of PAP if they are found out through their ballot paper b) their rice bowl is almost certain so vote for PAP to preserve their status quo
Dear TRS, I would like to voice out my opinion about a certain TransCab driver and the lack of responsibilities of the company by not getting back to me with the result of investigations(not sure if it was being conducted at all) My email to them as below (edited to protect identity): Dear Trans-Cab I would like to lodge an official complaint to the transport operator of Trans-Cab SHD0847H between 6am to 6.30am, 11 Apr 2014.
I refer to the online forum letter (“Stray dogs and rats around MRT station”; Friday, 28 March). I disagree with the writer, Mr Tang Lian Tong about the stray dogs behind Bukit Batok MRT station that are posing potential nuisance and health threats to the public. First of all, these stray dogs are most likely being fed by kind-hearted caregivers who are caring for these strays. I am appalled that the writer chose to classify dogs and rats as potential threats which I feel is a misconception.