Affected premium HDB flat owners should be given discount, consider legal action I refer to the recent complaints of defects found in new HDB flats in Anchorvale Horizon,Tampines Central 8 and most recently Tampines Greenleaf (complaints from 30% of units). All these projects were built during the period when HDB had to ramp up the construction of public housing due to no planning.
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Sierra Leone officials appealed for help on Friday to trace the first known resident in the capital with Ebola whose family forcibly removed her from a Freetown hospital after testing positive for the deadly disease. Radio stations in Freetown, a city of around 1 million inhabitants, broadcast the appeal on Friday to locate a woman who tested positive for the disease that has killed 660 people across Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone since an outbreak was first identified in February.
JERUSALEM - The Israeli military started fighting again in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, saying Hamas militants had ignored a 24-hour, humanitarian ceasefire requested by the United Nations. "Following Hamas' incessant rocket fire throughout the humanitarian window, which was agreed upon for the welfare of the civilian population in Gaza, the (army) will now resume its aerial, naval and ground activity in the Gaza Strip," a military statement said.
This job has no fixed income; property agents receive commissions based on their sales. As such, there’s a wide disparity in earnings, ranging from $3000 a month to $50,000 a month. According to a property agent from PropNex, who chose to remain anonymous: “The agent gets a 2% commission. If you sell high value properties, housing in district 9 and so forth, you can make $40,000 – $50,000 from one deal. Agents who specialize in HDB flats can also do quite well. They can make around $10,000 a month quite regularly”.
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The PAP government compensates foreigners for inflation when they invest in Singapore government bonds, but did not compensate Singaporeans for inflation when the MOF took in their CPF money via SSGS. Singaporeans are therefore short-changed by the PAP for giving them a negative real yield on their CPF savings.
A survey on youth gambling has found that the average age of those who pick up the habit in Singapore is around 14 years old. The survey showed their favourite activities include playing poker-cards, mahjong, and betting on 4D and TOTO. The project by Nanyang Polytechnic and Fei Yue Community Services surveyed more than 1,200 youth.
In her book,“The MBA Bubble,” Mariana Zanetti, an MBA graduate of IE Business School in Spain, argues that getting an MBA is a waste of time and money. The following has been excerpted from the book with her permission. The first thing I am going to say about wealth is that many authors who write about prosperity and wealth make it clear: A job will not make you rich.
Heard Chuan Jin using this same argument again at the CPF forum. So? Is this an acceptable reason for the govt to hold back the people’s life savings? Many people would not have enough savings in their CPF anyway. This is a normal scenario in all countries. But very few would be so desperate to need govt handouts. So? Whether people spent away their life savings prematurely, many would not have anything left or enough to feed themselves past 70 anyway, is a different problem and a different matter.