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JESLYN LEE: Dear fellow friends out there! Good day to all of you. I would like to bring to all of your attention that this incident happened on 14 June 2017 at about 1830 hours at Simon Road along Upper Serangoon Road. Victim is my father aged 67. He’s a full time Grab driver and also a breadwinner to support the family. The commotion happened that while my dad is waiting for the available...

JEREMY TAY: Please look at this brochure by Audiohouse for its IT fair. It is clearly misleading and should be flagged. At first glance everything seems okay, but look carefully at the model numbers that are on discounted price. The discounted “show price” is on a totally different model of TVs from the “original price” items which are advertised. It’s like this for all of the TV models...

LEE LING: I have never once doubted the security of a changing room. However, I have come to realise that even in one of the safest countries in the world, our safety can be easily compromised. On 2nd June, at about 8.20pm, I walked into a female apparel store at Liang Court. I found some clothes to try on and headed into the “For Ladies Only” changing room. The curtains were thick and...

ALVIN: Okay which bloody goon went to knn wheel-clamp an ambulance of all vehicles? This is a private ambulance and it was parked at a parking lot reserved for delivery goods vehicles yesterday about 4pm. Place is the block 762A multi-storey carpark at 75 Geylang Road. The carpark is managed by Wilson Parking. If someone suay suay kena heart attack, then how you expect the ambulance to respond quickly? If...

MICHELLE TEW: Important Warning!!! Attention to all parents who always bring their children to Bishan Park!! We wanted to bring attention to all frequent goers to Bishan Park, especially parents who always bring their children there what happened to our daughter just yesterday evening, 28th May 2017, around 7.30pm on Sunday. This unfortunate unforseen incident deeply tramatized the whole family which...

GWEN TAN: I have attached pictures which i have took this morning, the neighbours living at BLK 317C YISHUN AVE 9, 6TH FLOOR, will not find this scene unfamiliar, with litters and cigarrette butts on the floor of the lift lobby, rubbish laying around the floor on the rubbish chute area, urine on the floor and etc. Things do not get better after several police reports made and complaint letters/emails...

PANDI THEVAN ARUNASALAM: Sells: Various, such as, car and house rental, food catering, selling of apparel, cleaning services (and it would not be surprising if she will start selling of other items since she is such a Jane-of-all-trades). Her Modus Operandi: Either you post requesting for a service/item and she privately messages you, or like the selling of apparels, she would post up copied pictures...

JOCELYN CHUA: Why does the education service need a Navy chief as its new 2nd Permanent Secretary? Granted, Lai Chung Han might have excelled in the navy since he managed to rise to the rank of Rear-Admiral. But is this what the education service needs at this time? Before RADM Lai, we had another Perm Sec for education development, another navy man, Neo Kian Hong. Why does the government see it fit...

WHING JENNY: See how inconsiderate, unreasonable and selfish these people can be. I said ‘excuse me please’ as I needed to sit. She told me that her son’s legs would remain as they were and I should accept that with whatever disturbance that came with it, if I still wanted to sit. She was occupying two seats unnecessarily and in adamantly refusing to move her son’s legs, she...

HOCK LENG: With regards to Has the Health Ministry’s Lax Governance Contributed to Sky-High Milk Formula Prices, I think it’s unfair to put the responsibility of high milk powder prices on the MOH’s lack of governance, or the marketing practices of private companies. I believe it is Singaporeans who have driven up the price of milk powder because of their kiasu nature and they have only themselves...

ANSEL: For too long already, the government has been exploiting national servicemen as cheap labour. This shouldn’t be the case especially for those frontline vocations like the SCDF and SPF where the NSmen are really out doing real work and putting their lives at risk for Singapore and Singaporeans. Think about it: a fresh from school regular SCDF sergeant can draw a salary of up to S$2400 or thereabouts....

LAURETTA: Madam Shireen is a 34 years old mother of 4 kids, 2 boys are her own, while the other 2 girls are left to her care due to their own broken family left behind by their own parents. She also has a mother whom she’s the only caregiver full time, and thus she’s unable to find work that’s too far away. Her trouble arises when she’s unable to service her mortgage loan from the bank, which...

HAN: In a nutshell, our National Development Minister Lawrence Wong has just told Singaporeans that the way to earn money to fund your retirement is to buy a HDB flat and sell if off later at a higher price. This is Part 2 of his online monologue on HDB flats – in the first part, he warned Singaporeans not to expect that their flats will be selected for en bloc redevelopment, i.e it’ll be worthless...

ADRIAN: Let’s make this clear from the start, I’m not talking about the tudung ban, but why it seems that only some MPs can discuss this issue publicly and not others. We’ve seen how the WP’s Faisal Abdul Manap got criticised by Minister Masagos and even our Prime Minister for raising the issue in parliament, but it’s not like PAP MPs don’t do the same thing. Just last year, Jurong GRC...