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Escalator at 321 Clementi Mall caused panic with metal parts flying out

A faulty escalator in 321 Clementi Mall caused panic to commuters when parts of the yellow warning strip chipped off at its descending section. The incident happened on at 7pm evening on Tuesday (Sep 8) and the post was uploaded to Stomp Straits Times by Pamela and followed up with a phone interview: "I was at 321 Clementi mall outside the...

Emigration advice for Singaporeans

Election is over, Singaporeans have spoken and that message says PAP is good for you in the next 5 years. Young Singaporeans who support what the government is doing are blessed but for the noisy minority who have pinned their hope on this GE, let's wake up and realise change is not happening to Singapore. When I contested in GE2011...

PAP swept all 83 seats with increased support

The ruling party PAP government was brought back to government today (Sep 12) sweeping 83 out 89 seats with a higher vote shift. The election result came as a surprise to Opposition candidates who felt that the ground was actually more bitter than the previous election. Hotly-contested constituencies went to the PAP with huge margin winning by as much 66.62%...

Video: PAP use foreign workers as cheerleaders

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Video: Vivian Balakrishnan break election law again, canvass for votes on polling day

Vivian Balakrishnan break election law again, canvassing for votes at Barker Road on polling day. Video by Gracey My https://www.facebook.com/STReview/videos/vb.1599939350224250/1648567975361387/?type=2&theater  

Singaporeans take to the polls, test PAP’s legitimacy

Singaporeans will be taking to the polls voting today on polling day (Sep 11). What really stands out in this election is a buffet of discontentment, making nearly every single national policy a national issue in this election. With all areas contested, today's polls is as good as a national referendum over the legitimacy of the single party rule. The...

Haze in Singapore reach unhealthy PSI level of 187

The yearly forest fire burning in Indonesia, Sumatra is back and it has brought Singapore's Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) level to 187 today (Sep 10). The 24-hour PSI level at 8pm was 119 to 133 but the 3-hour PSI reached 187, the highest in 2 years. National Environment Agency (NEA) has warned that the thick smog will continue tomorrow (Sep 11)...

PAP Vivian Balakrishnan defend himself breaking election law, blame Facebook

Former Minister Vivian Balakrishnan today responded to media queries over his infringement of the election law and he blamed Facebook for the "glitch". The offending post was put up at 1.52am this morning, and hence has infringed the election law where no campaigning is allowed on cooling-off day. Vivian Balakrishnan engaged a media spokesperson who said that the minister has explained to...

PAP Vivian Balakrishnan broke cooling-off day law and canvass for votes

A photo of Vivian Balakrishnan posting on his Twitter account canvassing for votes on the cooling-off day is making its rounds on Facebook. The post has since been deleted after commentators pointed out his mistake. A police report can be made against the PAP candidate for Holland-Bukit Timah GRC for flouting the election law. https://www.facebook.com/STReview/posts/1648079438743574

SPH Today broke election law and advertise for ruling party PAP

Articles published on free-circulated newspaper Today on today's cooling-off day broke the election law by advertising for the ruling party PAP. Today is owned by Singapore Press Holding, which ranks a 153th in press accuracy and freedom. The owner of SPH is Temasek Holdings, whose CEO is the wife of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. https://www.facebook.com/STReview/posts/1648078895410295

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