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On 1 Feb 2005, it cost only $224 for a motorcycle COE. On 5 Feb 2017, the price had increased to $6412 or about 28 times. Did the salary of delivery drivers increase by even 2.8 times? The last time a motorcycle COE cost below $2000 was in January 2014. Within 15 months, it had increased by $4000 to above $6000. It appears a motorcycle COE may cost more than $10000 soon. During this economic contraction, PAP will of course be looking for easy ways to increase government revenue, eg…
02.25 / 03:50
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Singapore’s PAP government Internet Brigade reported my postings and I was banned from posting for 12 hours. This posting had more than 100 shares on Facebook and more than 2000 shares on google. Whoever have shared this article about the inhumane treatment of inmates in Singapore will most probably have your links all deleted. Click on the link below to read more. CPF activist Han Hui Hui has since sent appeals to Facebook twice but in both instances, the Facebook representative gave a t…
02.25 / 03:50
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Dear All Singapore, In response to your article: https://www.allsingaporestuff.com/article/17-yo-teen-died-orchard-centra... To those who are not there to understand and witness the cement looking beam platform or ledge...pls do not make insensitive comments or remarks ... I have just came back from Orchard Central and had took a very detail look and understanding of the low glass barrier and cement like beam platform ... all i can say is 9 or even 10 out of 10 guys will definitely climb…
02.25 / 03:50
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With reference to my article “Water price: Have costs, but no revenue?” (Feb 24) – Terry Xu, the editor of theonlinecitizen had talked to me about the Public Utilities Board’s (PUB) annual reports. No mention of revenues and profits, only costs? Since there was no mention of revenues or profits in the media reports in the Straits Times and Channel NewsAsia – here’s what I have been able to compute from the PUB’s annual reports available in its web site. $166.8m profits in FY2015 The Net Inc…
02.25 / 03:50
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Dog, you no need to act blur and deny that you've never own me any money ya.. Trying to cover yourself with tons of stories again..? You can cheat everyone but not your conscience.. Scared that i'll screenshot it and shame you again..? I've alots !! Always beg me like a dog with no dignity, no back bone and cry like a small boy, remember..? Beg me to get it from my mum, my sis, Exxxx, Jxxxxxx and JJ, remember..? I can forward you all the screenshots if you've forgotten.. Or you want me to…
02.25 / 03:50
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Cost of supplying water has more than doubled I refer to the article “Cost of supplying water has more than doubled: PUB” (Straits Times, Feb 24). It states that “The cost of developing and operating Singapore’s water supply system has more than doubled in 15 years. In 2000, it cost about $500 million to run the system, national water agency PUB said yesterday. This included water treatment, reservoir operations, Newater production, desalination, used-water collection and treatment, and the…
02.24 / 16:03
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I'm a PRC lady, a scholarship holder, graduated from NTU in 2016. Recently I browsed one of my friend's QQ zone and found her 2 posts in the past. She is also a PRC scholarship holder from my batch in NTU. I'm shocked by her hostility towards Singapore and Singaporeans. The direct translations of her posts are: "The more I think over it, the more fucking awful I find it is. 1400K RMB of guarantee deposit (to get rid of 6-year bond of working in Singapore). I fucking stay in this misshaped…
02.24 / 16:03
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Every now and then, we hear and read of new VWOs and NGOs springing up all over the island that are being supported mainly by Christians and Buddhists but the number of needy or displaced persons supposedly 'helped' by them does not seem to tally with the unusually high number of charities? I am financially better now, thanks to the lds.org.sg community that I joined which take great pains to uplift members' standard of living and education, all without any publicity or advertisement and…
02.24 / 16:03
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Dear A.S.S. Editor Oh dear! Today's massive jam at the PIE this morning is reportedly due to a death on the road. A motorcyclist died after a collision with a lorry at the PIE in the direction of Tuas near the Adam Flyover at 6.19am. According to the police, the lorry driver, a 54-year-old man, was arrested for causing death by a negligent act. The rider, Mr Shahray Suhaimi, 24, was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics. The accident caused to lanes of the PIE to be closed to traffic,…
02.24 / 10:06
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Dear A.S.S. Editor Just before Chinese New Year, my student was not in class. So I gave out two oranges to everyone in the class except her. The next day, I received a cal from the student's mother. She requested that I deliver the oranges to her home. Why so calculative one? Just remember, your children will follow your example, so, set good examples to them to ensure they turn out ok. This case, i really don't know what to say Patricia A.S.S. Contributor Editor's Note: Do you have…
02.24 / 10:06
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Dear Editors, I hope this post will be shared to create an awareness to motorists outside, I got a Friend who work as a insurance claim consultant and would like to tell the public to be careful of taxi drivers, motorcyclists and cyclists. They belong to insurance fraud syndicates tying up with workshops or claim Consultants to inflate insurance claims so that they still got enough money when they are not working as a result of the accident. Apparently, the GIA, general insurance…
02.24 / 10:06
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Dear Editors, Busybodies should be punished with demerit points and a hefty fine for causing congestion and traffic snarls, especially on the expressways. This morning, there was a fatal accident along PIE towards Tuas near Adam Road exit on the right lane where a car rammed into a motorcyclist and the motorcyclist died on the spot, guess what happened next? Everybody were there (including traffic from the opposite direction) are either driving at dead slow speed or stopping to see the…
02.24 / 10:06
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I am a single mom with medical problems and unemployed with two children. Currently my elder one is not staying with me due to some misunderstanding. I am staying with my son in a HDB rental flat. For the past eight to ten months my ex husband has not been paying my maintenance money properly, due to that I ended up not paying my rental money and now I am in serious problem . HDB has asked me to settle the full outstanding arrears of $2000 immediately by 31st March. If failed to do so, I…
02.24 / 06:56
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Dear A.S.S. Editor What is wrong with road users on Singapore? Do they think they own the road? Sometimes, does even any sort of common sense left in such people? I read with sadness and anger at the news that a motorcyclist died after he collided with an open door of a car. The motorcyclist died on Wednesday night after crashing into a car door, which a passenger opened without warning. The accident happened at at about 9.30pm along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 towards Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 on…
02.24 / 06:56
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SINGAPORE, 24 February 2017: Sabre Corporation and Egencia, the business travel company of Expedia, released, Thursday, analysis and recommendations on ways companies can support their road warrior employees while travelling. The joint whitepaper titled, “The Year of the Business Traveller: Four keys to use data to support road warriors in 2017”. Based on analysis of [&#…
02.24 / 05:24
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On 27 Jun 2016, Singapore’s state court Judge CHAY YUEN FATT made judgement against me as follows: 1. SGD$2,500 fine because “She rallied her Facebook readers”. 2. SGD$600 fine because I “made vitriolic speeches to denounce the government and various government policies”. On 22 Feb 2017, Singapore’s high court Justice SEE KEE OON rejected my appeal and I was immediately being sent to face 5 weeks in prison for not paying the fine of $3,100. On 22 Feb 2017 at 10am, I was at Singapore’s High …
02.24 / 04:14
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Dear A.S.S. Editor So apparently the fire that razed the waste management plant in Tuas was not the first one. Reports stated that a smaller fire had occurred 5 years ago at Eco Special Waste Management, and required about 25 of its staff to be evacuated safely. The company had released a statement that since that incident, they had spent $70 million to upgrade its facilities with new machinery. Unfortunately, even with this new machinery, it could not prevent yesterday's fire. The company…
02.24 / 04:14
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Dear Editors, Driver admitted creating fake jobs on Grab while driving on their platform. Driver was banned from driving for grab but grab did not report it to the police. Why is grab hiding from drivers cheating on their platform and kept quiet from the police? To hide their reputation? Or to prevent future legal harrassment? As seen on the FB forum, there were many other drivers caught cheating on grab but grab too did not report the incident to the police. This is scary, what security…
02.24 / 04:14
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So today, im taking out my courage to pen this down. Please scroll on if you don't wish to read my lengthy and boring post. I've been in a toxic relationship with this guy, named Edwin Low XXX XXX, for the past 4+ years (from 2011, tho there's a numerous of pauses in between). Like in every other relationship. There are the good moments and also the bad one. I had my fair share of the bad ones. During our relationship together, he would scold, hit and choke me whenever we quarrel. Not only…
02.24 / 04:14
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