I had previously written about how the PAP’s profit-driven policies will cause the Singapore economy to crash. Because of the PAP’s want to make profits, they are thus not interested in introducing long-term policies that needs to be urgently implemented to correct the direction that Singapore is heading towards. As a result, Singaporeans are also cut down by the PAP as our wages cannot grow and our spending power has dropped on declining purchasing power.
Malaysia Airlines and Boeing are to face the wrath of the family members of MH370 passengers once again, with a RM 4.95 billion (S$1.9 billion) lawsuit filed against them. According to The Star, Chicago-based firm Ribbeck Law Chartered, who are acting for the family members, have started proceedings by filing a petition of discovery in an Illinois court.
Commissioner of Police Ng Joo Hee admitted that the Police are understaffed. This is made worse by the rapidly growing population and the fact that there has not been a proportionate growth in the number of Police. He said that if there were more police, he could train up more troops and give better training for front-line officers. Given the evidence that the police were not adequately equipped to handle the riot, Police Commissioner Ng explained that in order to train police better, "large and persistent" investments into manpower and training would be required.
The train services on six North-South Line stations between Admiralty and Ang Mo Kio will be stopping earlier by 30minutes between April and October to allow SMRT staff to work on sleeper replacements more effectively. Between Sunday and Thursday, the MRT service will stop at 12:30am, half an hour earlier than usual. These new operating times will be come into effect from April 15 to late October.
The captain of Flight MH370, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, was in no state of mind to fly the day it disappeared and could have taken the Boeing 777 for a "last joyride" before crashing into the Indian Ocean, a fellow pilot says.
The long-time associate, who spoke to The New Zealand Herald on condition of anonymity, said Captain Zaharie had been facing serious family problems, including separation from his wife and relationship problems with another woman he was seeing.
At the Committee of Inquiry into the Little India Riot, Commissioner of Police Ng Joo Hee said that Singapore should focus more on Geylang rather than Little India for crime prevention. While everyone is worried about Little India at the moment because of the riot which occurred there in December, he pointed out that there is much more lawlessness in Geylang. He described Geylang as having a "complex and complicated" character with a "definite criminal undertone".
Even if we have enough to pay for education in Singapore... Our certificates will never be enough to compete with foreign ones. Somehow foreign degrees are gold while local ones are trash. It doesn't even make sense as I'm pretty sure our curriculum is a lot more comprehensive, intensive and competitive.
Plus I really do "like" how when students apply for local universities, they don't get what they want. Everyone seems to have stellar grades nowadays and there really is an issue of grade inflation.
A 45 year old woman was sentenced to 12 months in jail for encouraging her god-daughter to have paid sex with men. It was heard that she had met the young girl in September last year and had learned that the girl was in need of money. The woman then encouraged the girl to prostitute herself, saying that it was good money and that she could help her find customers.