Daily Archives: April 5, 2015

Man claims to be injured by plainclothes officers after asking to verify police identity
By Terry Xu Posted on by Terry Xu 80

A man has claimed that he was injured by a group of plainclothes police officers after he flipped the identification card of one officer who was taking down details from him. Mr Lim Chin Huat, 40, a businessman has filed a police report on Read More

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SMRT suspends bus driver after elderly passenger suffers severe injury
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 2

A photo of a gruesome leg injury went viral on social media of what is said to be of an accident resulting from a elderly woman falling off a bus. This accident has now been confirmed by SMRT. The twitter account, _4yu which Read More

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Implications behind the improved URA Property Price Index
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 0

By Property Soul If you have a good memory, you may still recall that I have written to The Straits Times Forum in December last year on “Public deserves reliable, consistent data”. In URA’s reply, they mentioned about working towards making improvements to Read More

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For free and fair elections, owners “have to be us”: MARUAH
By Howard Lee Posted on by Howard Lee 2

By Howard Lee Human rights group MARUAH launched a campaign yesterday, 4 April, to increase citizen awareness on Singapore’s electoral system, starting with a forum to outline a compilation of up to five position papers and proposals to call for free and fair Read More

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