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Netizens question why no legal action is taken after SingPost caught red-handed for trying to dupe business man S$7000 for distributing his flyers

Singapore Post (SingPost) is back in the limelight for another bad publicity when its staff was caught red-handed trying to dupe a small business owner, who had paid S$7, 000 for flyer distribution, and was informed that his flyers were distributed, but in reality it wasn’t. Johnson Tan, a massage parlour owner, had engaged a service from SingPost that prints …

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Tay Kheng Soon feels the government is supressing people’s freedom to be critical and creative

On 2 January (Wednesday), Adjunct Professor at the Department of Architect at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Tay Kheng Soon posted on his Facebook Page, saying that the government is repressing one-third of the educated population’s freedom to be critical and creative. In his post, he said that at the nation’s stage of development, one-third of the educated population …

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Majority of netizens support the No Smoking Zone move in Orchard Road and urges ban of smoking altogether, with minority saying that it is ridiculous

The air in Orchard Road is now a lot cleaner as the No Smoking Zone has come into effect covering public areas, since yesterday. The National Environment Agency (NEA) said in a press release last Wednesday (28 November) that the Orchard Road precinct will be designated a No Smoking Zone from 1 Jan onwards. NEA added that smokers can only …

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Netizens remain divided over immigration officers’ treatment of lorry driver near Woodlands Checkpoint despite ICA’s response

Following the controversy surrounding the viral video featuring two of its officers and a lorry driver near Woodlands Checkpoint last Friday (21 Dec), the Immigrations and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) announced the next day that it has turned in the matter to the Singapore Police Force. ICA added in its statement that the decision was taken after concluding its "preliminary investigations", and …

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